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HILTON PROPERTIES IN EUROPE WITH OPENING WINDOWS


AUSTRIA

Hilton Innsbruck +

Hilton Vienna +

Hilton Vienna Plaza +

Hilton Vienna Danube +

Hilton Garden Inn Vienna +


BELARUS

DoubleTree Minsk +


BELGIUM

Hilton Antwerp +

Hilton Brussels City +

Hilton Garden Inn Brussels Centre +


CROATIA

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik +

Doubletree Zagreb +


CZECH REPUBLIC

Hilton Prague Old Town +

Hilton Prague + (beware of atrium facing rooms)


FINLAND

Hilton Helsinki Strand Helsinki +


FRANCE

Hilton Concorde Opera Paris +

Waldorf Astoria Trianon Versailles +

Hilton Strassbourg +


GERMANY

Hilton Munich City +

Hilton Munich Park + (balconies)

Hilton Berlin +

Waldorf Astoria Berlin +

Hampton Berlin +

Hilton Nuremberg +

Hilton Cologne +

Hilton Frankfurt +

Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Messe +

Hilton Dresden +

Hilton Bonn +

Hilton Dusseldorf +

Mainz City Hilton +

Hilton Mainz Hotel +

Hilton Garden Inn Stuttgart Neckarpark +

Curio Reichshof Hamburg +

Hampton by Hilton Aachen, Tivoli +


GREECE

Hilton Athens +


HUNGARY

Hilton Budapest City +

Hilton Budapest ( Castle area ) +


ICELAND

Hilton Nordica Reykjavik +


IRELAND

Conrad Dublin +

Hilton Dublin Kilmainham +

Hilton Dublin City +

Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom house +

DoubleTree Burlington Road Dublin +


ISRAEL

Hilton Tel Aviv +

Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem +


ITALY

Hilton Garden Inn Rome Claridge +

Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria +

Hilton Molino Stucky Venice +

Hilton Florence Metropole +

Hilton Milan +

Doubletree Milan +


LUXEMBOURG

Doubletree Luxembourg +


MALTA

Hilton Malta +


NETHERLANDS

Hampton by Hilton Amsterdam Airport + (at top without key; requires [possibly hard to find] key to open "fully")

Hilton Amsterdam +

Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam +

Doubletree Amsterdam +

Doubletree Amsterdam NDSM Wharf + (If not, windows will be unlocked by request)

DoubleTree Royal Parc Soestduinen + (Every room has a full length balcony)

Hilton The Hague +

Hilton Garden Inn Leiden +


POLAND

Hilton Gdansk + (not on top floor)

Doubletree Warsaw +

Hampton Warsaw City Center +

Doubletree Lodz +

Doubletree Krakow +

Hampton by Hilton Krakow +

Garden Inn Rzeszow +


PORTUGAL

Conrad Algarve + (at least rooms with balconies)


ROMANIA

Hilton Athenee Palace Bucharest +

Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square +

Hilton Sibiu +


RUSSIA

Hilton Leningradskaya Moscow +

DoubleTree Kazan City Center +

DoubleTree Tyumen + (partially opening)

Hilton Garden Inn Perm +

Hampton by Hilton Samara +

Hampton by Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum +


SWEDEN

Hilton Slussen Stockholm +



SLOVAKIA

Doubletree Bratislava +


SPAIN

Doubletree Alexandra Barcelona +

Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona

Garden Inn Malaga +

Doubletree Hotel Resort and Spa Riserva del Higueron +

Garden Inn Sevilla +

DoubleTree Madrid Prado

Hilton Madrid Airport +


UK

Conrad London St. James +

DoubleTree Bristol +

DoubleTree Chester +

DoubleTree London Docklands Riverside + (some have balconies)

DoubleTree London Islington

DoubleTree London ExCel + (if balcony, ask for key at reception, and sign disclaimer)

DoubleTree Ealing +

DoubleTree Hyde Park + (maybe just those with balconies, those faciing main road don't open)

DoubleTree Tower of London +

DoubleTree Victoria, London +

DoubleTree West End +

DoubleTree Manchester Piccadilly +

Hampton Corby +

Hampton Liverpool +

Hilton London Angel Islington +

Hilton London Hyde Park +

Hilton London Kensington +

Hilton London Park Lane

Hilton London Paddington +

Hilton Tower Bridge +

Hilton London Olympia +

Hilton Syon Park +

Hilton Watford +

Hilton Brighton Metropole + (only a few rooms but includes those with sea view)

Hilton Bath +

Hilton Swindon +

Hilton Blackpool +

Hilton St Georges Park, Burton on Trent +

Hilton Sheffield +

Hilton Puckrup Hall +

Hilton Birmingham Metropole +

Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor + (no longer Hilton)

Hilton Maidstone +

Hilton Manchester Airport +

Hilton Northampton +

Hilton Belfast, Northern Ireland +

Hilton Templepatrick, Northern Ireland +

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian +

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HILTON PROPERTIES IN EUROPE WITHOUT OPENING WINDOWS


BELARUS

Hampton Minsk -


BELGIUM

Hilton Bruxelles Palace -


FRANCE

Hilton La Defense, Paris -

Hilton Paris Orly -


GERMANY

Hilton Frankfurt Airport -


NETHERLANDS

Hampton by Hilton Amsterdam Centre East -

Hilton Rotterdam -

Hampton by Hilton Utrecht Centre -


POLAND

Hilton Warsaw Conference Center -

Hampton Warsaw Mokotow


ROMANIA

Hampton Cluj-Napoca -


SPAIN

Hilton Barcelona Hotel -

Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona -

Switzerland

Hilton Zurich Airport -


UK



Curio Hart Shoreditch London -

Curio Lincoln Plaza London -

DoubleTree Milton Keynes -

DoubleTree London Heathrow Bath Road -

DoubleTree Newcastle Airport -

Hampton Ealing -

Hampton Gatwick Airport North -

Hampton by Hilton Birmingham Broad Street -

Hampton London Docklands

Hilton Gatwick Airport South -

Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport (near Hatton Cross station) -

Hilton Heathrow Terminal 4 -

Hilton Heathrow Terminal 5 -

Hilton London Bankside -

Hilton London Metropole - (most rooms, a few do open)

Hilton London Canary Wharf -

Hilton London Wembley -

Hilton Liverpool -

Hilton Manchester Deansgate -

Hilton at St. George's Park, Burton upon Trent -

Hilton Garden Inn Heathrow Terminal 2 -
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Old Apr 6, 16, 4:36 am
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Hilton properties in Europe with opening windows

I have dug this post out from the general thread about Hilton Hotels in Europe where it was moved some time ago.
I can't save the rest of the posts in the thread so no details given.
But an updated list.

LIST OF HOTELS MOVED TO WIKI

I need hotel rooms with windows that can be opened to the outside (fresh air) when I am travelling as I have issues with airconditioning.
This information is not always easy to come by. If the Hilton hotel site says opening windows - fine. If it is not mentioned I look through reviews and pictures to see if I can spot the information.

I am also interested in knowing if the hotel has atrium rooms which I want to avoid in a hotel with opening windows.

I appreciate your help.

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Old Apr 6, 16, 4:50 am
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NETHERLANDS Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam - windows can open

You have to ask reception for the keys to open windows. The escort to your room is meant to tell you, I only found out afterwards.
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Old Apr 6, 16, 5:03 am
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I have some new questions about hotels with opening windows.

Do the following hotels have opening windows :

1) Doubletree Milano, Italy

2) Garden Inn Mestre, Venice, Italy

3) Garden Inn Seville, Spain

4) Hilton Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK - answered..

5) Could use more information about Hilton properties in Dublin, Ireland

Thank you.

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Old Apr 6, 16, 5:09 am
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Originally Posted by scubaccr View Post
NETHERLANDS Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam - windows can open

You have to ask reception for the keys to open windows. The escort to your room is meant to tell you, I only found out afterwards.
Thank you.
I have corrected this.
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Old Apr 6, 16, 5:21 am
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Question

Why not make this a Wiki so others can assist?
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Old Apr 6, 16, 5:25 am
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Originally Posted by KENNECTED View Post
Why not make this a Wiki so others can assist?
For my sake, no need.
I'm happy to update as I value the information.
Also it is only about hotels in Europe so there is a finite amount.
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Just curious, why do these threads keep appearing? There was one for Japan too. These are generally pretty modern areas with good building HVAC in my experience. What is an "issue with air conditioning"? And how could it, statistically, be the case that the conditions outside are always better than what the HVAC system is capable of maintaining in terms of temperature, pressure, air exchange/turnover, humidity, IAQ (particulates, etc.)? Is there a high presence of buildings with hydronic systems that create issues during the shoulder seasons, is that it? I wouldn't think it to be the case in Japan, but I suppose that could be common in some older properties in Europe.

As someone who works in the building engineering field, albeit in the US, I am genuinely curious here, so I don't intend this as an affront in any way.

Are these threads really about some double meaning, like people trying to covertly smoke?
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Just curious, why do these threads keep appearing?
I almost always turn off the AC when I enter a hotel room, I don't really like the background noise. Don't find the sensation of "blowing air" particularly restful either.

(...) Are these threads really about some double meaning, like people trying to covertly smoke?
No idea. Never smoked in my life.
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Originally Posted by arlflyer View Post
Just curious, why do these threads keep appearing? There was one for Japan too. These are generally pretty modern areas with good building HVAC in my experience. What is an "issue with air conditioning"? And how could it, statistically, be the case that the conditions outside are always better than what the HVAC system is capable of maintaining in terms of temperature, pressure, air exchange/turnover, humidity, IAQ (particulates, etc.)? Is there a high presence of buildings with hydronic systems that create issues during the shoulder seasons, is that it? I wouldn't think it to be the case in Japan, but I suppose that could be common in some older properties in Europe.

As someone who works in the building engineering field, albeit in the US, I am genuinely curious here, so I don't intend this as an affront in any way.

Are these threads really about some double meaning, like people trying to covertly smoke?
No, I am not trying to smoke - so no hidden agenda here.
Air conditioning dries out my mucous membranes (eyes in particular, nose, throat).
Some building materials also affect me.
Flying affects me.
So I don't use the air conditioning in hotel rooms. And if the windows can't be opened, the room will be too stuffy.
Apart from that, I sleep best with an open window.

So, you see, a very useful thread for me.

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Doubletree in Amsterdam does have opening windows, but noise from the trams out front and the trains out back generally mean you'll want it closed - especially if you're a light sleeper.
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Originally Posted by Symmetre View Post
Doubletree in Amsterdam does have opening windows, but noise from the trams out front and the trains out back generally mean you'll want it closed - especially if you're a light sleeper.
Thank you. I have the Doubletree on the + list and yes, noise is often the price you pay for wanting your window open.
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I have some new questions about hotels with opening windows.

Do the following hotels have opening windows :

1) Doubletree Milano, Italy

2) Garden Inn Mestre, Venice, Italy

3) Garden Inn Seville, Spain

4) Hilton Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

5) Could use more information about Hilton properties in Dublin, Ireland

Thank you.
Hilton Belfast- I stayed there exactly one year ago, I was upgraded to a corner suite and it had an opening window, I just now went back and checked on my photos, will try and upload a pic for you.
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Hilton Syon park had big windows that open too!
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Old Apr 6, 16, 7:43 am
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Hilton Belfast- I stayed there exactly one year ago, I was upgraded to a corner suite and it had an opening window, I just now went back and checked on my photos, will try and upload a pic for you.
Will add Belfast and Syon Park to the list.
Thank you for the picture - nice room.
Ignore my double posting in the Hilton Belfast thread - I posted in individual threads before I decided to resurrect this thread.
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Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Centre Messe +
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