Hilton’s Huanying Program Is Attracting Chinese Travelers

on August 10 2012 | in Travel | by | with 1 Comment


Hilton Hotels & Resorts’ Chinese hospitality program, Huanying (means welcome in Mandarin), launched a year ago in 30 hotels across 13 countries for Chinese travelers, appears to be a success. The program is now in 70 hotels in 23 countries. Hilton has reported a 129 percent rise in Chinese guests since the program launched.

Hilton’s Huanying program provides Chinese-speaking hotel staff, Chinese breakfast items and amenities such as tea kettles, Chinese teas, Chinese TV programming and slippers in the guest rooms. These “home” comforts go a long way for Chinese who are away from home.

Upping the luxury factor, Hilton announced that fashion designer Vivienne Tam has designed a pair of slippers with a “Water Dragon” motif that sell for $28, but free to guests in the program.

photo credit: hilton

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One Response to Hilton’s Huanying Program Is Attracting Chinese Travelers

  1. Ernie says:

    Dragon slippers, seriously? Do they get big “I HEART NY” shirts, too?

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