When Hilton Head hotels are the stuff of fantasy, they’re usually the ones with the most lavish accommodations.
The company’s hotel-brand name is an abbreviation of “hotel.”
The Hilton brand itself was founded by Thomas Hilton, who built a $1 billion hotel empire in the early 20th century.
The name has been around since 1875, and the Hilton brand is a registered trademark in 21 states.
The brand name has also been used for several other properties.
But the Hilton name is now officially associated with a hotel that only charges a measly $30 a night, which is roughly half the average rate of hotel occupancy.
The average cost of a single-night stay at the Hilton Head hotel in Houston, Texas, is $10,766.
This is just one of several examples of the luxury properties that Hilton brands have been used to build over the years.
For example, the $3.9 million, three-bedroom, four-bathroom Marriott Marquis in Houston’s Westend neighborhood was built in 1977.
The hotel’s most recent design, which was unveiled in 2016, features a five-story “snowmobile” lodge that is a “seamless” hotel.
It’s the latest in a series of hotel designs that include a $4.7 million, six-story penthouse suite at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York.
And the $8.8 million, two-story Skydome Hotel in Las Vegas was designed by architect Howard Marks, who is best known for his work with the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
And while the $29 million, five-bedroom and six-bath, three and a half-bath hotel at the Sheraton Grand in Houston has garnered more than $1.4 million in public and private financing, it has yet to open, due to high occupancy and a lack of demand.
But as of this week, Hilton Head, which owns hotels in 33 countries and was valued at $20 billion in 2016 according to Forbes, has been given a reprieve.
The Houston Hilton will be the first hotel to open for business since Hilton Head shut down its operations in the 1990s.
And it will be located on a prime location in Houston.
Hilton Head has been struggling with a series a years-long financial problems, and it has recently been considering laying off hundreds of employees, according to a Bloomberg report.
But in an email to staff, Hilton head CEO Bill DeWitt wrote that Hilton Head was “very grateful to have a partner in our team who has been with us for the past four years, and has been incredibly supportive and encouraging as we have worked through this difficult time.”
And the hotel is also opening a second hotel, which it will call the Hilton Grand, in early 2018, in partnership with the Houston Marriott Group.
It is expected to open by the end of 2021, according a Bloomberg story.
The Hilton Grand is expected have “more than 100,000 square feet of hotel space, including more than 500 rooms,” according to the company’s press release.
A spokesperson for Hilton Head told Bloomberg that the hotel’s opening was “just a matter of when and how the Houston Hilton is going to come into being.”
It’s unclear when Hilton Head will open its second hotel.
But if it does, it’s likely that the company will look to build on its success by developing new hotels, as it has done with the Marriott Grand and Skydomes.
In 2017, the company announced that it was partnering with the developer of the Skydoms Hotel, a luxury hotel in Dallas, Texas.
But it didn’t provide details on what that deal might entail.
The project is slated to open in 2021.