Hampton by Hilton opens in Stockton-on-Tees

The five-story, 128-room Hampton by Hilton Stockton-on-Tees in County Durham has just opened its doors to guests.

The new hotel is the latest addition to the growing Hampton by Hilton portfolio, the global value hotel brand known for its commitment to providing thoughtful service, one of Hilton’s 16 market-leading brands.

The hotel features:
• Bar & snack shop
• Starbucks coffee available in the Lobby
• Complimentary hot breakfast included with every stay
• Bedrooms with 49-inc HDTVs, tea and coffee making facilities and a work desk
• Accessible rooms
• 24-hour fully equipped fitness centre
• Modern business hub with free print and copy services open 24-hours
• Family-friendly amenities, such as children’s menu, cribs and high chairs

The hotel offers easy access to major roads such as North and South A19 and A1, and Darlington A66, and close proximity to Teesdale Business Area, Tees Valley Barrage, International White Water Centre, the Globe Theatre (opening summer 2020), and Stockton International Riverside Festival.

John Lambourne-Richardson, General Manager at Hampton by Hilton Stockton on Tees, said, “I am delighted and proud to open Hampton by Hilton in Stockton on Tees. The 128 bedrooms are a fantastic addition to the town, and I know my friends and colleagues in the business community will be excited that we are now operating.

'The open plan lobby area is ideal for informal gatherings and we would welcome non-residents to come and see what we are all about. Our location is ideally situated for the town with its many micro pubs and restaurant options, as well as offering a terrace which overlooks the River Tees.”

Nicholas Northam, managing director of Interstate Hotels & Resorts – the management company operating the new hotel, said, “We’re thrilled to welcome the Hampton by Hilton Stockton on Tees to our growing UK portfolio. The hotel combines easy access to transport links and the local business community, as well as the stunning North Yorkshire Moors, catering for both corporate and leisure visitors.”