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Hilton Short HillsOpened: February, 1988
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Hilton Short Hills, a premier New Jersey wedding venue, is excited to announce “Imagine Your Wedding,” a new package where guests are treated to a relaxing wedding planning experience. Guests are invited to discover elegant and versatile wedding venues, sample inventive cuisine, enjoy a tranquil spa experience and more.
Transforming hotel spa treatments from an extravagance to a monthly must, Hilton Worldwide (NYSE: HLT) has launched a global spa treatment membership, The Spa Club. The Spa Club offers local residents a discounted spa treatment each month, access to amenities at the Hilton nearest them, and a host of other perks. From plush robes, to a therapeutic environment, and a renowned level of service, The Spa Club delivers the benefits of monthly membership with the luxury of a hotel atmosphere. This exclusive membership is anticipated in approximately 30 spas around the world before the end of the year – just in time for the holidays.
Jan Larsen, a hospitality industry veteran whose career spans more than 40 years with the Hilton brand, has been appointed general manager of the 304-room AAA Four Diamond Hilton Short Hills located in suburban Short Hills, a bedroom community of New York City. Larsen most recently was general manager of the 569-room Millenium Hilton in lower Manhattan where he was responsible for day-to-day operations during the last 10 years.
In celebration of its upcoming 25th anniversary, Hilton Short Hills today announced the reopening of its full-service signature restaurant, The Dining Room, featuring a spectacular contemporary design along with a new menu created by executive chef Richard Kennedy. The restaurant was a mainstay and popular dining spot with local residents for many years, and its legions of local fans will not be disappointed with its sophisticated new menu of what is being referred to as “casual fine dining.”