Hilton Short Hills completed its hotel transformation project. The renovation included a restoration of the 314 guest rooms and suites, Executive Lounge and 16,000 square feet of meeting space.

The property added The Balcony, an all-new open-air rooftop space for private events. Additionally, locals and hotel guests can enjoy handcrafted cocktails, small plates, lounge decor and fire pits.

“We're thrilled to unveil the newest enhancements to this urban escape, where families are encouraged to have fun and relax while corporate and group travelers have the necessary accommodations to get down to business and enjoy well-deserved retreats,” said John Montano, general manager, Hilton Short Hills. “Through our renovation, we were able to create a warm residential feel by incorporating a contemporary greyscale color scheme into sun-drenched rooms, enhancing the natural beauty of the surrounding woodlands.”

Owner, Park Hotels & Resorts Inc., and interior designer, Bill Rooney Studio Inc., collaborated on the multimillion-dollar renovation. For convenience, 10 double-queen guest rooms were added to the first guest room floor to specifically accommodate collegiate and youth sport teams, families and travel groups. These new guest rooms are exclusively designed with a shower-only bathroom feature.

Hilton Short Hills boasts indoor and outdoor pools, a 24-hour fitness center, seasonal Retreat Rooftop, The Balcony event space, tennis courts and complimentary shuttle service to the Mall at Short Hills and local corporate park.