Recently completing an extensive $8-million renovation that transformed guestrooms, restaurants and public areas, the Hilton Phoenix Airport is soaring to new heights, offering guests a world-class Hilton experience and an unparalleled location for convenience and comfort. Blending modern sophisticated styling with color palettes and textures evocative of the Arizona natural environment, the revitalized Hilton Phoenix Airport reaffirms its status as the hotel of choice for business travel to the Phoenix area.

“We have reimagined every aspect of the guest experience, and transformed the Hilton Phoenix Airport with this extensive redesign and renovation project,” said Mark Gallagher, general manager of the property.  “By blending a striking new design scheme and new technologies with the service standards that have made our property a longtime favorite of business and leisure travelers alike, we have significantly enhanced a unique hotel that features airport convenience with a resort-style guest experience.”

Sweet Rooms and Suite Dreams
The Hilton Phoenix Airport has completely transformed each of its 259 guestrooms, including 10 suites. The comprehensive refurbishments include Hilton’s latest Suite Dreams bedding, contemporary furnishings, mini-refrigerators, custom lighting, flat-panel LCD TVs, artwork and all-new bathrooms with modern fixtures and Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities.  Utilizing a color palette of whites, beiges and warm desert tones, the rooms offer a tranquil environment and refreshing guest experience.

The renovation also encompasses the all-new Executive Lounge, serving complimentary continental breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres to HHonors Gold and Diamond members as well as guests seeking a concierge level experience.

Warm, Welcoming & Modern
With a contemporary perspective on the needs of the modern traveler, the lobby of the Hilton Phoenix Airport has been reconfigured and redesigned. Guest-friendly registration pods ensure speedy check-ins with personalized service.  With high-speed Internet and latest generation computers, the Connectivity Lounge is equipped to accommodate guests’ technological needs whether they are finalizing an important presentation or uploading vacation photos.

Designed to embrace the beauty of the surrounding Sonoran Desert landscape, the lobby utilizes glass, stone and cool warm tones to effectively blend natural beauty with contemporary design elements.

Providing guests an extensive array of amenities for a resort-style experience, the Hilton Phoenix Airport offers complimentary valet, 24-hour airport shuttle, same-day laundry services and a variety of dining options. On-the-go guests may purchase premium Starbucks coffee and pastries from the new Brewed Awakenings. Other dining options include Rennick’s Restaurant for all day dining with a Southwestern flair, or the recently renovated Rimrock Bar & Grille featuring handcrafted cocktails and a full dinner menu.

Meet in Sonoran Style
A redesign of all 10,000 square feet of versatile meeting and function space continue the hotel’s new style and connection to the Arizona natural environment.  With new carpeting, wall coverings and fixtures, all function space – including the Grand Ballroom and tiered Amphitheatre – now feature a palette of warm earth tones, gold and greys.  In addition to striking new aesthetics, the function space features state-of-the-art presentation technology and connectivity.

A longtime favorite for business and leisure travelers, the Hilton Phoenix Airport is located just 1.5 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor, with close proximity to downtown Phoenix, the Mill Avenue District in downtown Tempe and Arizona State University. Other nearby attractions include professional and collegiate sports complexes, museums, galleries, shopping, casinos and championship golf.  For more information on the Hilton Phoenix Airport or to make a reservation, visit or call 480-894-1600.

Designing the property transformation was BCDG Studios, a Virginia-based firm that specializes in hospitality interior design projects.

The property is owned by Waramaug Hospitality, Interstate Hotels & Resorts and an institutional alternate asset manager.