MCLEAN, Va. - Hilton (NYSE: HLT) is pleased to announce its support of Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, located just minutes away from the global hospitality company’s headquarters in Northern Virginia. As part of the brand’s 100th Anniversary, Hilton invites guests to experience Wolf Trap in an entirely new way, committing the company to serve as the center’s official hotel partner for the 2019-2020 season, and engaging the region’s nearly 100 hotels, which welcome guests and artists from around the world each day.
Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta has led the company’s dedication to the arts, having served a full term on the Board of Wolf Trap from 2010 to 2019. In February, Senior Vice President Anu Saxena stepped into the role, where she currently serves as an active member and hospitality-focused resource to the National Park. She has committed to this role for the remainder of the current term, allowing Hilton to make a lasting impact on the legacy of the picturesque amphitheater, historic barns, landscape and programs.
Among the hotel properties near Wolf Trap is Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, which has been a longstanding partner to the performing arts center, hosting both attendees and artists since its landmark renovation in 2014. The hotel offers a refuge from the stage with its range of contemporary guest rooms and sophisticated public spaces. Guests may find themselves dining next to any of Wolf Trap’s world-renowned performers at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant Härth. Led by Executive Chef Philip Thompson, the restaurant is the perfect place for a preshow dinner or night cap following an evening under the stars at the Filene Center.
Elsewhere across the region, guests can choose from a total of 92 hotel properties to bookend their Wolf Trap experience. Among them, exciting additions to the region include the stunning new Conrad Washington DC and Hilton Washington DC National Mall, nestled atop the bustling L’Enfant Plaza Metro station, offering easy access to both downtown DC and the suburban retreat in the park. Hilton Honors members will also have the chance to experience select exclusive offerings using their Honors points. Visit Experiences.HiltonHonors.com for more information on exclusive access to these experiences and many more. To enroll in Hilton Honors click here.
Visitors to Wolf Trap will see signs of Hilton’s legendary hospitality at nearly every turn. The company is a proud supporter of the capital region’s burgeoning arts scene and interested travelers can visit travel.hilton.com/dc or wolftrap.org/visit/hotels to learn more. To book a getaway and experience Wolf Trap, call 1-800-445-8667 or click here. Follow @HiltonNewsroom for more information and updates on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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