US-based lodging network, Hilton Worldwide has reported to re-enter the Pakistani market in the wake of consenting to an agreement with Dhabi Hospitality. Under the agreement, Hilton will present its upscale DoubleTree in Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad.
“This is a landmark agreement for Hilton that signals our re-entry to the Pakistan market,” said Carlos Khneisser, VP of advancement in the Middle East and Africa for Hilton, cited hotelnewsme.com.
We are doing so as part of a groundbreaking development in the country’s business capital and one which will offer unparalleled convenience for travelers to the New Islamabad International Airport, which is ultimately expected to handle around 25 million passengers on an annual basis,” he said.
Right now, anticipated introduction in 2025, DoubleTree will be situated toward the west of focal Islamabad on Srinagar Highway, which connects the city with New Islamabad International Airport.
Muhammad Sadiq, CEO of Dhabi Hospitality said, “We are proud to be bringing the DoubleTree by Hilton brand to Pakistan.”