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Hilton Hotels & Resorts to Open First Hilton All-Inclusive Resort in Mexico

Features & Advice | Claudette Covey | October 02, 2012

Hilton Hotels & Resorts to Open First Hilton All-Inclusive Resort in Mexico


Hilton Hotels & Resorts on Oct. 1 opened the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, its first all-inclusive resort in Mexico. The property features 259 luxury rooms and suites and is owned and managed by Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe.

 “With our focus on Hilton Resorts and leisure travel, the opening of Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort is an important and exciting addition to our portfolio,” said Dave Horton, global head of Hilton Hotels & Resorts. “Recent research has also shown that travelers are looking for all-inclusive resorts and this property is a great option for leisure and family travel.”

Located in Puerto Vallarta’s hotel zone, the property offers views of the mountains and Banderas Bay. Four a la carte dining options are available at the resort: Sea Fire, a buffet specializing in international cuisine; La Catrina, offering fine Mexican cuisine in a traditional ambiance; Le Délice, haute French cuisine; O’West, featuring martinis, tapas and spectacular views of the bay; andFogo, a Brazilian churrascaria. La Bonitawill coffee, tea and pastries, and The Beach cocktails and light snacks. Other facilities include a fitness center, spa, a music lounge and kid’s club. The property also features 10,410 square feet of meeting space.

“The introduction of this beautiful all-inclusive resort will give the destination the opportunity to capitalize the strong presence that Hilton has within the travel industry,” said Francisco Medina, CEO of Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe. “It will attract U.S. travelers to experience an allinclusive Hilton property in a very well known Mexican beach destination and take advantage of all its beauty.”

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