Karratha to Transform with Hilton Hotel

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The Hilton hotel chain is set to open a resort in the WA’s mining town of Karratha by mid-2014.
The eight-story resort style hotel will contain 144 rooms, 20 apartments, a restaurant, bar, function rooms, gym and an outdoor pool.  It will be Australia’s first under the DoubleTree branding.
The new hotel is part of the state government’s $1.5 billion project that will see the Pilbara fly-in fly-out town transformed into a thriving city.
Hilton Worldwide Vice President of Development for Australasia, Rob Scullin, caught up with WA Today and said the hotel will support the increasing demand from the resources industry.
WA CEO of the Australian Hotels Association, Bradley Woods, also spoke to WA Today and said the hotel is great news for business travel and tourism to the Pilbara region.
“We welcome the DoubleTree hotel brand to Western Australia, this investment by Hilton shows tremendous confidence in our state,” said Mr Woods to WA Today.
“The hotel will provide the facilities and services modern travelers expect in hotel accommodation,” he added.


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