Stay in a Castle with Curio Collection by Hilton

What a cool addition to the Curio by Hilton collection, the Netherlands’ first Curio Collection at a 14th Century Castle. What is not to like about staying in a 14th century castle!? A unique experience is an understatement.

What is the Curio Collection by Hilton?

Curio Collection by Hilton is an upscale hotel brand within the Hilton Worldwide portfolio. Curio Collection is a soft brand, meaning its hotels are supported by Hilton, but retain their own individual branding. Hilton selects independent hotels and resorts to be part of the Curio Collection.

Information about Netherlands’ Curio Collection by Hilton 14th Century Castle

Information below is from the Hilton press release, it sounds amazing.

Kasteel Gemert Eindhoven, Curio Collection by Hilton, is slated to open in 2024

McLEAN, Va and EINDHOVEN, Netherlands – Hilton (NYSE: HLT) has today announced its first Dutch Curio Collection by Hilton hotel as part of a franchise agreement with Castle estate owner Bas van de Laar. Kasteel Gemert Eindhoven, Curio Collection by Hilton, will be located in the charming town of Gemert, a short drive from Eindhoven city centre, and is expected to welcome guests in 2024.

David Heijligers, managing director, development, France and Benelux, Hilton, said, “Hilton continues to develop its Curio Collection by Hilton portfolio across Europe, Middle East and Africa, now boasting more than 60 hotels trading or under development. With plans to enter seven new markets in the region within the next three years, more and more guests will be able to take advantage of the brand’s distinct character and authentic upscale offering. Kasteel Gemert Eindhoven, Curio Collection by Hilton, will be a unique opportunity to experience an impressive 14th-century castle hotel near the city of Eindhoven, a hub for technology and design.”

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