20 New Canopy by Hilton Hotels to Open in 2020

The Canopy by Hilton upper upscale lifestyle hotel brand portfolio is about to almost triple, as 20 hotel properties are targeted to open in some of the most dynamic neighborhoods across seven countries in 2020.

20 New Canopy by Hilton Hotels to Open in 2020

Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf

Indulge in fine food and beverages at the Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf hotel property. Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

In addition to the 12 hotel properties which currently exist in China, Croatia, Iceland and the United States, the current and projected openings of new Canopy by Hilton hotel properties which are expected to open in 2020 include:

  • Brazil: São Paulo-Jardins
  • China: Hangzhou-West Lake
  • France: Paris-Trocadero
  • Mexico: Cancun-La Isla — Update: this hotel property opened on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
  • United Arab Emirates: Dubai-Al Seef — Hilton acquired Canopy by Hilton Dubai | Al Seef in December of 2019; and this hotel property will celebrate its grand opening this spring following minor renovations
  • United Kingdom: London-London City
  • United States:
    • Austin-Downtown
    • Baltimore-Harbor Point
    • Charlotte-SouthPark
    • Dallas-Frisco Station
    • Grand Rapids-Downtown
    • Jersey City-Arts District
    • Kansas City-Downtown
    • Memphis-Downtown
    • Philadelphia-Center City
    • San Antonio-Riverwalk
    • Scottsdale-Old Town
    • Tempe-Downtown University Area
    • Washington, DC-Embassy Row — Update: this hotel property opened on Tuesday, January 14, 2020
    • West Palm Beach-Downtown

About Canopy by Hilton

Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf

Jennifer Yellin of Deals We Like poses in one of the rooms at the Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf hotel property. Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

Every Canopy by Hilton hotel property that is located around the world becomes a natural extension of the community in which it calls home and provides an energizing atmosphere with thoughtfully designed local touches and uncomplicated comforts with which to relax and recharge, which the travelers of today want but were unable to find under one roof.

Each Canopy by Hilton hotel property is designed to draw on the life of the locale and spirit of the neighborhood. The brand empowers its owners — many of whom are locals themselves — to shape the design of their hotel properties and programming to tell the story of the community to their guests.

Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf

Two of the signature aspects found in the rooms at the Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf are a canopy over the head of the bed itself — as well as a pair of orange soft thick socks with rubberized soles for traction to prevent slipping, which guests get to keep. Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

Although each hotel property is unique — no two Canopy by Hilton properties are alike — they are all united by a few elements that are ubiquitous to the Canopy by Hilton brand — some of which include:

  • Residential-style design: Neutral color palettes, plenty of natural light, clean lines and open, flowing spaces that are inspired by how the locals live.
  • Extra comforts: In-room glass water bottles and filtered water stations on every floor; a “transfer lounge” where guests can store luggage, change or shower before or after their stay; and a pet amenity kit in partnership with BARK for four-legged travelers.
  • Top-notch food and drink: Evening tastings of wine, beer and spirits from regional producers and a cocktail program created in partnership with Proprietors LLC, the training arm of renowned bar chain, Death & Co.
  • Local know-how: Employees – called “enthusiasts” – are encouraged to share their local “insider” knowledge and experiences with guests.

Summary

Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf

Some of the rooms at the Canopy by Hilton Washington DC The Wharf hotel property have a view of the wharf itself — as well as watching airplanes land at nearby Washington National Airport. Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

The grand opening of the Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Centre on Sunday, June 5, 2016 also marked the worldwide debut of the first hotel property of the Canopy brand — and this in-depth review with 63 photographs documents my stay in one of its 110 guest rooms during my first night in Iceland after a day of exploring the southern peninsula of the country.

Please click here for a review of the Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Centre hotel property. All photographs ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

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