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DesignCell Breaks Ground on Hilton Dual-Branded Hotel in Las Vegas

April 22, 2019
DesignCell Breaks Ground on Hilton Dual-Branded Hotel in Las Vegas

DesignCell Architecture is pleased to announce that we broke ground in early January on a Hilton dual-branded hotel located on a 2.5 acre site at the southwest corner of Swenson Street and Sierra Vista Drive. The 6-story, 146,000 SF hotel, which includes 150 rooms for Hampton Inn & Suites and 100 rooms for Home2 Suites all under one roof, is within walking distance of the Las Vegas Convention Center and just four blocks from the Las Vegas strip. The two Hilton brands will share numerous amenities within the building, including a fitness center, dining rooms, an indoor bar with lounge, an outdoor pool with bar, and a 3-story parking garage which adjoins the brands.


“As a recommended architecture partner in Hilton’s Suppliers’ Connection program, we are always excited and proud to work with Hilton and its well-known brands,” stated Scott Brown, architect and principal at DesignCell Architecture. “This dual-branded hotel will offer travelers all of the usual Hilton amenities with the added option of choosing a typical-length stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites or extended stay accommodations at the Home2 Suites.”

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