Hilton Hotels Opens First All-Inclusive Resort in Mexico

Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort is the brand’s first property in Puerto Vallarta By: Monica Poling
Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort is Hilton's first all-inclusive hotel in Mexico, and Puerto Vallarta's first Hilton property. // (c) 2012 Hilton Hotels...
Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort is Hilton's first all-inclusive hotel in Mexico, and Puerto Vallarta's first Hilton property. // (c) 2012 Hilton Hotels & Resorts

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Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort
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Hilton Hotels & Resorts is one of the latest hotel brands to offer all-inclusive Mexico vacations — and for good reason. 

“Recent research has shown that travelers are looking for all-inclusive resorts,” said Dave Horton, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts.

Hilton Hotels & Resorts, which already operates several all-inclusive properties, including three in the Middle East, one in Europe, one in the Caribbean and one in Central America, has recently opened its first property in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The all-new Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, which is also Puerto Vallarta’s first Hilton property, opened on Oct. 2. The resort 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 Horton.

Located in the hotel zone, close to the Puerto Vallarta International Airport and the famous malecon area, this contemporary property features an elegant architectural design and views of both the mountains and Banderas Bay.

“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. 

At the resort, guests can take advantage of the seaside setting, relax at one of the resort’s swimming pools or unwind with a cocktail at the Rhythms music lounge. The resort features a Ki Spa, complete with a flotarium experience, as well as a kids’ club, which features a playground, arts and crafts activities, interactive games and camping tents.

Four dining options are available to guests, including Sea Fire, the facility’s international buffet, which is open all day long. For dinner, guests can enjoy Mexican food at La Catrina, French Cuisine at Le Delice or enjoy a slice of Brazilian barbecue at Fogo, a churrascaria-style restaurant.

For quick bites, La Bonita is a deli-style eatery with specialty coffee, tea and pastries. The Beach offers oceanside cocktails and light snacks, and O’West offers martinis, tapas and spectacular views of the bay. 

Rooms start at $299 a night and include all meals, limitless beverages, 24-hour room service, daytime activities and live nightly entertainment.

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