Hilton debuts redefining all-inclusive hotel in Tulum
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Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort marks the opening of the company’s first all-inclusive property in this area of Mexico.
This property promising to redefine the all-inclusive hotel experience overlooks the white-sand beaches of the Caribbean coastline on the Riviera Maya.
A redefining hotel concept
Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort is among the Hilton properties designed to redefine the all-inclusive experience with a combination of high-end accommodation, elevated dining concepts, destination-driven on-property activities, wellness experiences and innovative event space.
With as many as 735 rooms, this new resort is Hilton’s largest in the Caribbean and Latin America. Altogether, the property offers rooms and suites in three-story villa-style buildings, a number of dining experiences, entertainment options, activities and pools and a dedicated Family Zone with water park.
“As we continue to strategically expand our footprint across the Caribbean and Latin America, Mexico remains a priority as we move closer to reaching 100 hotels in the country, which represents our 5th largest in number of hotels, in the next four years”, said Danny Hughes, executive vice president and president, Americas, Hilton.
“The opening of Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort is an incredibly exciting addition to our rapidly growing portfolio of premier all-inclusive resorts in the most sought-after beachfront destinations around the globe.”
Matt Schuyler, chief brand officer, Hilton, added: “Tulum provides a unique market to expand and elevate our all-inclusive footprint and showcase our diverse range of brand experiences to meet the needs of travellers.”
“Joining Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya and the anticipated debut of our first lifestyle property in the region, Motto by Hilton Tulum, the opening of Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort provides guests with even more options to experience our brands in this desirable travel destination.”
“Bringing Hilton’s unrivalled all-inclusive hospitality to Tulum opens up a world of possibilities for those looking to immerse themselves in this extraordinary destination in a whole new way.”
Charles Elmann Fasja, developer of Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort and Parks Hospitality Holdings CEO, said: “We are proud to see the vision of Hilton Tulum come to life and serve as the largest and most impactful self-sustained resort in the region.”
“With more development underway, we look forward to continuing our partnership with Hilton throughout Mexico. I would like to thank all of Parks and Hilton’s teams for all their hard work in making these amazing projects a reality.”
Connecting guests with the locale
The resort is designed by HBA San Francisco to create a connection between the property and its natural surroundings. Each area of the resort connects guests with the spirit of the destination with the use of materials sourced from local artisans.
Guest rooms in tones complementing the natural setting come with balconies providing nature and ocean views. Each of the 59 suites has an ocean-facing balcony as well as large living and dining area.
Guests can dine at 13 concept-driven restaurants including five signature restaurants, bars and lounges, a coffee shop, deli and several casual poolside offerings. Highlights include Maxal restaurant for Mexican cuisine, the trattoria La Luce Restaurant, Auma for open-fire grilled specialties and Noriku for contemporary Asian cuisine.
Time here can be spent making the most of the resort’s immersive activity and entertainment programme, taking a dip in any one of the eight pools and five Jacuzzis, working out in the fitness centre with yoga studio and using the facilities of the Family Zone.
Guests can also make use of the restaurants, bars and spa of the just-opened neighbouring property, Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya. Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort is then home to Tulum’s only purpose-built event centre, which is shared with the Conrad hotel, offering 55,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor space.
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