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Statement from Hilton: Hurricane Maria

The safety and security of our guests and Team Members is always our top priority. Given the number of Hilton hotels and resorts in the Caribbean, we are monitoring Hurricane Maria’s path and related storm warnings closely. Properties in Hurricane Watch/Warning areas have implemented their hurricane preparedness plans and emergency procedures in anticipation of the storm, and continue to stay in close contact with local authorities and tourism officials.

Statement from Hilton: Hurricane Irma

Update #5 - September 13, 2017 As we monitor and assess the impact of Hurricane Irma, our thoughts remain with those that have been and continue to be affected by this storm. Hilton had more than 250 hotels, resorts and offices in Irma's path. All but one of our properties in the Caribbean are now back to normal operation and welcoming guests.

An Update on Hilton’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

As we continue to monitor the impact of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and the surrounding areas, our thoughts are with those who have been and continue to be affected by this devastating storm.

Hilton Worldwide Has Identified and Taken Action to Eradicate Malware

Hilton Worldwide (NYSE: HLT) has identified and taken action to eradicate unauthorized malware that targeted payment card information in some point-of-sale systems. Hilton immediately launched an investigation and has further strengthened its systems.

Hilton Worldwide to Ban Shark Fin in all Owned and Managed Properties across Asia Pacific by April 1, 2014

Hilton Worldwide today announced that it will cease serving shark fin and stop accepting new orders for shark fin dishes by April 1, 2014. The ban covers all restaurants and F&B facilities operated by its 96 owned and managed properties across Asia Pacific.