Hilton High-End Options Expanding on Mexican Caribbean

Holiday Inn Resort & Spa Punta Cana is pleased to announce the launch of new business class hotel rooms at the Caribbean’s first-class destination, Caribbean Resort & Spa Punta Cana, located on seven oceanfront acres of seaside Caribbean all-inclusive bliss, north of the Dominican Republic’s capital city of Santo Domingo. The new rooms will be located in the all-new Ocean View Tower, which is rated as one of the best hotels in the world by the Travel + Leisure Magazine 2015 World’s Best Awards.

Hilton is a global brand that offers a unique blend of luxury and service. Hilton Mexico is expanding its presence in the Mexican Caribbean, a region that has a unique blend of luxury and service. The brand’s unique combination of luxury and service is now available at Hilton Punta Cana, a resort on the islands of Punta Cana and Bavaro with state-of-the-art facilities and exceptional service.

The Hacienda Mayakoba Resort & Spa in the Mayan Riviera is much more than just another resort. Located just 45 miles from Cancun’s international airport, the Mayan-inspired resort is the only upscale resort in the Mexican Caribbean—and one of just two resorts in Mexico where the Hacienda Mayakoba offers overwater suites.

The expansion of the Hilton range of brands is one encouraging indication that tourism in Mexico is recovering. The hospitality behemoth continues to build new luxury hotels and all-inclusive resorts, with plans to do so through 2023.

“Our growth in Mexico is flourishing, as we’ve focused on chasing significant conversions, expanding into new and key areas, and pursuing capabilities like all-inclusive,” said Juan Corvinos, Hilton’s vice president of development for the Caribbean and Latin America.

Playa del Carmen is a resort town in Mexico.

In the Mexican Caribbean, Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla opened in early 2020. It was the brand´s first property in the Caribbean and Latin America. Though the pandemic may have pushed schedules back a bit, openings are once again on track. In May, the former Live Aqua Playa del Carmen was rebranded and reopened in partnership with Playa Hotels & Resorts. Now known as the Yucatan Playa del Carmen All-Inclusive Resort, Tapestry by Hilton, it is the first all-inclusive in Hilton’s Tapestry Collection.

The four-story, 60-room hotel is a short walk from the ocean and is located on Playa del Carmen’s Fifth Avenue. A rooftop pool and bar, as well as a spa and eating choices including the Sakura Maru Sushi Bar, offer Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine. Clients who purchase the “All-Inclusive Plus” package will have access to the adjacent Hilton Playa del Carmen’s private beach, water activities, and extra eating locations.



Cancun’s Waldorf Astoria

The Hilton Cancun All-Inclusive Resort is nearing completion, with a planned opening in early November. The resort is about 20 minutes south of the “Cancun Hotel Zone” on a 100-acre stretch of Mayan shoreline. The 715-room resort will include ocean views, spacious rooms and suites, 12 dining options, a 68,000-square-foot conference center, health club, and spa, as well as a 68,000-square-foot convention center.

The Waldorf Astoria Cancun is located on the same beachfront lot as the Hilton Cancun, an All-Inclusive Resort. Reservations for stays starting May 1, 2022 are already being taken for the much-anticipated hotel. The Waldorf Astoria Cancun will feature 150 luxury rooms with neutral tones, whites, and polished stone in its decor. A fine dining venue and a seafood speciality restaurant will be among the five pubs and eateries. There are pools, a fitness facility, and over 55,000 square feet of event space available. It’s also worth noting that a Waldorf Astoria Spa is in the works.

Tulum Real Estate

Conrad Tulum

Tulum Conrad

The Hilton portfolio will expand to include Conrad Tulum and Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive in 2022 and 2023, respectively. Accepting reservations for January 2022 and beyond is the new-build Conrad Tulum. The 349-room property will be the first in Quintana Roo state for Conrad Hotels & Resorts. Located near one of the best-preserved Mayan sites in Mexico, the coastal resort is a short drive from underwater caves and the Tulum city center. The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is a two-hour excursion away. Conrad Tulum will offer five pools and ocean views from every room. The property will also include nine restaurants, three bars and three chiringuitos, or small open-air bars that serve drinks and snacks underneath a woven palapa.

The 735-room beachfront Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort, billed as an eco-chic resort retreat in Tulum, is set to open in June 2023. There will be nine pools, 13 restaurants and bars, as well as a private beach with a family zone, at the all-inclusive. A 21,500-square-foot spa with 16 treatment rooms and a pool will be available to guests at both the Conrad Tulum and the Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort. A 55,000-square-foot conference center and a 400-seat auditorium will be shared by the two sites.

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Hilton Hotels and Resorts continues to expand its offerings to the growing outbound Mexican market. In the last few years the company has expanded its Hilton Mexico locations threefold to include a total of fourteen properties. In 2015, Hilton launched a new resort in the Cayo Costa area of the Caribbean called Hilton Cayo Costa All Inclusive Resort. This major expansion of room inventory to the outbound market is a clear indication of the strength of the outbound travel market.. Read more about the hilton hotel and let us know what you think.

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