With new properties near Heathrow and at Frankfurt, Hilton is trying to re-invent the tired airport hotel concept with better services and easier access to transit.
“Location, location, location,” says Muller, reminiscing about the philosophy of company founder Conrad Hilton, during a phone interview a month after hosting a group of travel journalists and several hundred others at the March 8 grand opening celebration of the Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn Frankfurt Airport at the futuristic Squaire complex.
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