Hilton signs 3 new all-inclusive luxury beachfront resorts in Mexico
Hilton announced the signing of three managed resorts, located in some of Mexico’s most desirable locations, a move that aligns with the brand’s continued expansion into the luxury and all-inclusive space.
The Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort, the Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort and the luxurious Conrad Tulum have just become the latest additions to the company’s portfolio.
Hilton is firmly committed to developing its peerless offerings in Mexico, where the world’s leading hotel company already has more than 70 operational hotel properties, with more than 30 more pending in its development pipeline.
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âMexico has always been an extremely important destination for Hilton. These new additions are one more symbol that tourism in Mexico is rebounding and it is with great pride that we continue to develop our offerings in this booming market, particularly in the luxury and all-inclusive segments â, a said Danny Hughes, executive vice president and president. , Americas, Hilton. âWe are extremely proud of our new products, our continued partnership with Parks Holdings and the resilient team members who strive to bring the warmth of hospitality to the new resorts entering our portfolio. “
Located beside the Pacific waters of beautiful Banderas Bay, the Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort is a 444-room AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort that features a scenic private beach, two glittering pools, a spa full-service, fitness center, six craft cocktail bars and seven specialty restaurants. Dining options include a variety of culinary delights including Asian, Italian, and Mexican cuisines, as well as seafood and tapas dishes.
The hotel also offers nearly 26,000 square feet of meeting and event space, split equally into 13,000 square feet of flexible indoor space and 13,000 square feet of outdoor space.
Owned by Fibra UNO and developed by Parks Hospitality, the Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort is expected to convert in the fourth quarter of 2021.
On the opposite coast of Mexico, Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort and Conrad Tulum, both owned and developed by Parks Hospitality, are expected to join the Hilton portfolio in the fourth quarter of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022, respectively.
While each hotel will have its own unique personality and offer guests distinctively brand-exclusive experiences, they will also allow access to certain shared amenities, including a meeting and events complex with a 55,000-foot convention center. squares and an auditorium that can accommodate up to 400 people. Then there’s the state-of-the-art 21,500-square-foot spa with 16 treatment rooms and a private pool, nestled in a quiet, secluded area of ââthe resort, and surrounded by tropical landscaping.
The 735-room beachfront Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive resort will provide an upscale all-inclusive experience and offer breathtaking views of the incredible turquoise and multicolored sapphire waters of the Caribbean Sea. There’s also a secluded beach and a sprawling multi-pool complex, complete with a water park, and the resort’s seven dining concepts offer a tantalizing array of international cuisines.
Along a vast expanse of beach amid the lush indigenous landscape, the new Conrad Tulum will be Conrad Hotels & Resorts’ first hotel in the leafy state of Quintana Roo, eastern Mexico. Located near one of the region’s best-preserved ancient Mayan archaeological sites, Conrad Tulum will also overlook the stunningly brilliant Caribbean Sea and enjoy access to pristine beaches and nearby nature reserves. In addition to this, five swimming pools await guests seeking relaxation and relaxation.
Its 349 elegantly appointed guest rooms range from standard rooms to sophisticated contemporary-style master suites, governor suites and presidential suites. As an all-inclusive plan, the hotel offers unlimited access to seven world-class restaurants and bars, offering cuisine options ranging from Mediterranean to Asian cuisine, or even a special chef’s table experience.