Hilton Will Add Three All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico

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Hilton All-Inclusive Resorts Mexico
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Hilton Will Add Three All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico

Hilton will soon have more all-inclusive option for its Hilton Honors members in Mexico. The company announced the signing of three managed resorts in Mexico, furthering the company’s all-inclusive and luxury expansion plans. Those properties are Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort, Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort and the luxurious Conrad Tulum.

Hilton already has more than 70 hotels in Mexico and more than 30 in the development pipeline.

Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort

A development by Parks Hospitality and owned by Fibra UNO, this property is expected to convert in Q4 2021. Situated between the beaches of the Bay of Banderas and the majestic Sierra Madres Mountain, the 444-room resort features a picturesque private beach, two pools, full-service spa, fitness center, six craft cocktail bars, and seven specialty restaurants offering a variety of cuisine including Asian, Italian and Mexican flavors, as well as seafood and tapas options.

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Conrad Tulum

The newly built Conrad Tulum has 349 rooms. It is nestled among verdant tropical vegetation, overlooking the Caribbean Sea’s turquoise waters, and situated on an expansive stretch of beach. This will be Conrad Hotels & Resorts’ first hotel in Quintana Roo on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Located near one of the best-preserved Mayan sites in Mexico, the property will provide a secluded haven for travelers featuring a bold design aesthetic inspired by Tulum’s lush landscape, picturesque beaches, and surrounding nature reserves.

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The new hotel’s selection of accommodations will feature contemporary and sophisticated master suites, governor suites and presidential suites. Guests can choose from seven restaurants and bars featuring an array of cuisine options from Mediterranean and Asian to a special Chef Table’s dining experience and relax and unwind in five pools.

Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort

The 735-room oceanfront Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort will give guests an upscale and elevated all-inclusive experience. The resort will offer seven dining experiences featuring international cuisine, an expansive multiple pool complex with a waterpark, and a secluded beach.

In addition to the variety of dining and recreation options at the luxurious Conrad Tulum or Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort, all guests at either hotel will have access to a 21,500-plus square foot spa, with 16 treatment rooms and a pool, in a private and quiet area surrounded by tropical resort grounds.

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  1. @Ben, I was wondering as well were the property in Puerto Vallarta was/what they were taking over. How do you know it’s the Grand Fiesta? From the picture? 🙂

    Does anyone know who is developing and operating the Tulum property? And is it a brand new build or taking over a different (existing) hotel? I ask because Hilton already has 3 different companies operating their All-Inclusive properties: Santa Fe Hotel Group in Puerto Vallarta, Playa Resorts for Playa del Carmen and La Romana, D.R…and from what I was told, Hilton itself will be managing their new one opening up in Cancun later this year. This is where you can see differences in food/beverage quality, entertainment, staffing, etc.

  2. Is a property really all inclusive if they don’t provide daily housekeeping and also add on resort fees instead of including them in the advertised price? Asking for a friend.

  3. 1) I don’t believe the Conrad Tulum will be an All-Inclusive.

    2) The Hilton Vallarta is almost certainly the current **Grand** Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta (separate location/property from the regular Fiesta Americana there). Restaurants and drink quality may change, but if people want to read opinions, they should have a good idea based on the reviews. Hopefully they stay adults-only; it’s one of the few all-inclusives near PV that is adults-only.

    3) People should hold off until after these hotels open and reviews come in before booking. The Hilton PdC has reduced what you get now, to the point where you can’t get a shaded place near the main pools without springing $74/day for a ‘cabana’ (a double bed with a faux-wood frame), the nicest tequila is El Jimador, and alcohol is only available at bars/restaurants there 11am-10:30pm (not related to COVID as many other resort- and non-resort- bars were open well past 10:30pm). MAYBE you can get


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