Hilton Hotels Corporation Case Study by Champ

Hilton Hotels Corporation
This paper provides an analysis of the Hilton Hotels Corporation.
# 98944 | 1,414 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Oct 25, 2007 in Business (Companies) , Tourism (General)

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This paper analyzes the brand positioning, recognition and industry performance of the Hilton Hotels Corporation (HHC), as well as the marketing and evaluation strategies they have adopted. The paper applies a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats (SWOT) analysis to better assess the current status of HHC vis-a-vis other lodging hospitality companies, particularly Marriott. The paper discusses how the results of a SWOT analysis can contribute to the company's performance and branding efficiency. The paper concludes with recommended action plans.


From the Paper:

"Brand extension became possible for HHC, through mergers and acquisitions. Among the brands acquired by the HHC are Hampton Inn, Doubletree, Embassy Suites and Homewood Suites. As a result of this brand extension, HHC has also expanded its service coverage, which now includes conference centers, airport hotels, destination resorts, apart from its usual center hotels and all-suite hotels services. Thus, business expansion is inevitable for HHC. Through its acquisitions, HHC is now known as not only an owner of a hotel chain, but also as manager to other hotels, owned through the Hilton brand. These strategies helped HHC became a well-known hotel brand internationally, especially among countries wherein Hilton has no recall or recognition as a hotel brand. Acquiring existing, popular hotels in an international territory helped Hilton be recognized as a superior and prestigious hotel brand, in effect."

Sample of Sources Used:

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