Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast/Town Center Named Best Hilton Garden Inn in the World

The highest rankings by guests from among HGI’s 524 properties worldwide for customer service, accommodations, value and other aspects.

Hilton Garden Inn - Palm Coast/Town Center, FloridaPalm Coast, FL – October 21, 2011 – The Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast/Town Center has just been named the #1 Hilton Garden Inn (HGI) in the world.

The property, on 55 Town Center Blvd., received the highest rankings by guests from among HGI’s 524 properties worldwide for customer service, accommodations, value and other aspects of the overall hotel experience. Since opening in 2008, the Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast/Town Center had always ranked in the Top 1% of HGI’s properties, and now it is #1 overall.
“We’re committed to excellent customer service at this hotel, and the fact that we’ve been recognized as the world’s best Hilton Garden Inn is a real tribute to the fine work of our dedicated and talented staff,” said Tom Grimes, HGI Palm Coast/Town Center General Manager.
The Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast/Town Center has 121 guest rooms and suites, as well as 2,500 square feet of meeting space, an executive board room for 12 people, full bar and restaurant service and many other amenities. Its telephone number is 386/586-2463.[Website]

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The Hilton Garden Inn Palm Coast/Town Center is owned and operated by Lion Hotel Group, which has several hotels around the U.S. Its web address is: LionHotelGroup.com.
3 replies
  1. Suzanne Herring
    Suzanne Herring says:


    I love the Hilton Garden Inns – every one I have ever stayed in has been great – they seem to take pride in their hospitality and cleanliness…

  2. George Edward Chuddy
    George Edward Chuddy says:

    …perhaps an enhancement for next years Award?

    Again, Congradulations.
    We offer this information as a suggestion for your consideration to further ‘Enhance’ the Hilton.
    Perhaps a shuttle with a ‘Golfers Package’ etc., could be offered to further promote the Hilton in preparation for next years award:

    (Below is the Beach Club on A1A that ITT Levitt, the Developer Pledged )

    "Get Lost" at the Sheraton Palm Coast resort Inn If you are traveling to Florida to get lost for awhile there are two great ways to Get Lost at the Sheraton Palm Coast Resort Inn located on the Atlantic Ocean beach about 28 miles north of Daytona Beach on the scenic oceanside highway, State Road A1A. The hotel is offering two package vacation plans for those seeking a way to get lost. One way to get lost is called the Honeymooners’ Paradise the other is the Golfers Weekend. Either adds up to four days and three nights.
    The Sheraton Palm Coast Resort Inn is built in the Old Spanish Missionstyle, with coquina rocks and nestled in acres of green , rolling lawn sprinkled with subtropical trees and shrubs with access to five miles of beautiful beach. Each airconditioned guest room has double beds and color television. Honeymooners are guaranteed a room with an ocean view.
    The ocean is just a few steps away. Also close by is the Intracoastal Waterway, which offers good fishing, boating, and waterskiing. On the Inn grounds, there is a large free form swimming pool surrounded by sundecks. Close by are two tennis courts which will soon be lighted for night play.

    Just a short ride by boat is an 18 hole championship golf course, the Palm Coast Golf Club. ( using the ‘Boat to Golf’ Dock at the Golf Course)

    The Golfers’ package includes unlimited play at the Palm Coast Golf Club, an electric cart, a gift package of golf balls and a complimentary bucket of practice range balls daily at the Pro Shop. At the Inn, the cuisine is superb in the Coquina Room or Cafe del Mar. The newly completed Beachcomber Bar, located beside the pool, offers the finest in mixed drinks and sandwiches. Dancing and nightly entertainment are popular in the newly decorated Jon-kanoo Lounge. For a slightly different atmosphere the visitor can also eat at the

    Palm Coast Yacht Club across the Intracoastal Waterway.

    Sightseeing is a must at nearby historic St. Augustine and Marineland, and Daytona Beach, is just a shosrt drive for shoppping or touring. For the young at heart, Walt Disney World is approximately 98 miles away.*
    The Palm Coaster, Summer 1978, pp. 10-11.

    Pehaps even if it isn’t to bold to ask, perhaps our Palm Coast Trolley could be restored and used to shuttle and further promote the area; also going to and from the Golf Course as the Palm Coast Trolleys once did –
    Perhaps advertising promo$$ on the sides?

    Clang Clang Clang

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