Hilton Opens Dual-Branded Hotel in Tempe, AZ

The 228-key property is situated along Route 101, close to the Arizona State University Research Park, which hosts companies such as Amazon, Digital Realty and GoDaddy.

Hilton Garden Inn and Home2 Suites in Tempe
Hilton Garden Inn and Home2 Suites

Hilton has opened a new 228-key hotel in Tempe, Ariz. The property operates under two of the company’s brands, Garden Inn and Home2 Suites. Developed and owned by RB-WW Tempe LLC and managed by Widewaters Tempe Hotel Management Co., the new lodging facility is situated next to Arizona State University Research Park.

Hilton Garden Inn and Home2 Suites by Hilton Phoenix-Tempe ASU Research Park are both located at 7200 S. Price Road, right across the street from the 320-acre ASU Research Park, which is home to many large companies, including Amazon, Digital Realty, GoDaddy, among others. The building features two distinct lobbies, an outdoor swimming pool, a fire pit with barbecue area, a fitness center, as well as a complimentary shuttle service within a five-mile radius. The hotel also offers guests a 5,000-square-foot meeting space.

Local attractions within easy reach

The location, along Route 101, gives the hotel immediate exposure: downtown Phoenix can be reached in 20 minutes by car, while Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is 17 minutes away. The restaurants and entertainment venues on Mill Avenue are within seven miles from the hotel, the Desert Botanical Garden is within 12 miles, while Lone Butte Casino is within eight miles. The junctions of Route 101 with 202 to the North and South provide easy transportation toward other attractions around the Phoenix metro area.

Whether you’re here to enjoy the Mill Avenue District, try your luck at Casino Arizona or visiting one of the leading edge companies in Price Road Tech Corridor, our dual-brand property will not only meet the demands of this growing tourism economy but also provide an array of accommodations for all types of visitors with different needs,” said Josh Pepper, general manager of Hilton Garden Inn, in a prepared statement.

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