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Hampton by Hilton Hamilton Park opens following £10m investment

Hampton by Hilton Hamilton Park has officially opened its doors to guests, following a £10m investment.

The brand new 118-room hotel is located within Hamilton Park Racecourse, a five-star VisitScotland attraction which is a significant part of Scotland’s racing heritage. The property, owned by Hamilton Park Racecourse and managed by Interstate Hotels and Resorts, will be the first hotel to adjoin the racecourse in its 90-year history.

With contemporary rooms offering panoramic views of Hamilton Park Racecourse, the hotel allows guests to watch over the excitement on the racetrack below. The hotel, situated just 10 miles from Glasgow city centre, also provides easy access to a range of shopping, entertainment and historical attractions in both cities.

Simon Vincent, president EMEA, Hilton, said: “Following a £10m investment, Hampton by Hilton Hamilton Park opens its doors today, joining six existing Hampton by Hilton properties in Scotland. We are delighted to offer visitors to Hamilton Park Racecourse a quality accommodation option on-site, becoming the first hotel to adjoin the racecourse in its 90-year history. “

The property also features a 24-hour bar and restaurant, 57 “flex rooms” which are suitable for either three adults, or two adults with children. Guests can also make use of the on-site 24-hour fitness centre, open daily from 6am until 10pm , complimentary parking and 18 fully equipped function rooms.

Vivien Currie, chief executive at Hamilton Park Racecourse, added: “We are delighted to be delivering this landmark project at Hamilton Park Racecourse and are certain it will deliver substantial benefits to the wider economy as well as enhance the Racecourse’s reputation as a world-class sporting and hospitality attractions.

“The project has been driven by both public demand, largely from our local customer base, not only for our 18 race days but for weddings and other events, and from our racing personnel.”

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