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DesignCell Architecture Named Approved Partner by Hilton Hotels

March 28, 2018
DesignCell Architecture Named Approved Partner by Hilton Hotels

DesignCell Architecture is proud to announce that the firm has met the rigorous qualifications and has been approved as a recommended architecture partner in Hilton’s Suppliers’ Connection program.

Hilton’s recommended partners have been thoroughly evaluated over multiple projects, and are verified as having provided excellent product and exemplary service to Hilton and the hospitality industry as a whole.

“We are proud to qualify as one of Hilton’s recommended partners,” said Scott Brown, architect and principal at DesignCell Architecture. “Recognition by Hilton that we have not only met, but exceeded their stringent standards is further validation that our work is accepted and valued by the industry.”

DesignCell Architecture has successfully designed more than 50 hotels in multiple states including more than a dozen properties for Hilton’s Garden Inn, Homewood Suites, Hampton Inn and Suites and Home2 Suites. The firm’s design expertise and understanding of the hospitality industry allows them to create innovative, guest-friendly designs that meet both functional and aesthetic needs of the hotel brand and the community in which it resides.

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