Your Guide To Black-Owned Hilton Hotels Across The U.S.
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Your Guide To Black-Owned Hilton Hotels Across The U.S.

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Amara Amaryah
Amara Amaryah Feb 7, 2022

Black-owned luxury always scores highly in our book. These Black-owned Hilton hotels will help travelers enjoy the best of the cities and their rich, unmistakable Black historical input.

Rooting for everybody Black this year as you travel? Here is a list of Black-owned Hilton hotels for your next adventure around the country.

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Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Midtown

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The Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Midtown is perfectly located for the traveler looking for a Black-owned hotel in the heart of the thriving artistic city. The hotel is a walk away from some of Atlanta’s most notable Black-owned art galleries, the first hip-hop museum celebrating southern trap music as well as the freshly established Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame.

Owned by RLJ Lodging Trust, a publicly-traded real estate investment trust founded by Black Entertainment Television (BET) Founder Robert L.

Johnson, Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Midtown offers spacious rooms, stylish decor, and an indoor/outdoor rooftop bar and lounge in Atlanta’s Midtown Arts District.

Hilton Americas-Houston

Credit – Hilton Americas Houston 1600 Bar+Grille

Anyone heading to Houston is in for a culinary treat? Once named the dining-out capital of the U.S., Houston offers an abundance of options for Black travelers hoping to enjoy Southern classics, West-African and Caribbean favorite dishes.

The Hilton Americas-Houston hotel also stays true to the Southern reputation for sensational food, offering an on-site restaurant. 1600 Bar + Grille is inspired by local, seasonal, farm-to-table ingredients and is led by Nigerian-born Executive Chef Ruffy Sulaiman. Chef Ruffy is also known for incorporating West African staples into some of the restaurant’s famed dishes. Look out for the Jolof rice and roasted plantain, which are set to be offered in the restaurant’s upcoming  Sprig/Summer menu.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Los Angeles Downey

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Less than a five-minute walk from the city’s best bakeries, restaurants and bars, Embassy Suites by Hilton Los Angeles Downey is exactly what you want from your stay in Los Angeles. The Black-owned hotel not only boasts a central location, but it also offers an indoor pool, a sunlit fitness center and the SoCal chic modern design that never gets old.

As a recently renovated RLJ-owned all-suites hotel, this is a choice spot to explore Los Angeles and the Black-owned goodness that awaits.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Washington, D.C. Downtown

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There is much to see in the nation’s capital, and Homewood Suites in D.C.’s Downtown region allows you to take full advantage of your time in the bustling city.

Located close to most of the major attractions in the area, there is also great opportunity to get to D.C.’s famed Black-owned businesses, including the world’s oldest continuously operating soul food restaurant. This Black-owned hotel, also owned by RLJ Lodging Trust, offers spacious suites complete with full in-suite kitchens.

The Gabriel Miami Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton

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Owned by CGI Merchant Group, a minority-owned global investment firm which recently announced investment plans in HBCU, Morris Brown College, The Gabriel Miami Downtown, is an exciting base to explore Miami’s plentiful Black-owned businesses.

Expect nothing but views with your stay at this Black-owned Hilton hotel with its rooftop pools, library-style lounge and unreal view overlooking Biscayne Bay and Maurice A. Ferré Park.

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