Great news for those who love Tulum and luxury resorts. Hilton Hotels, the US brand of full-service hotels and resorts that operates globally, has just opened Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort in one of Mexico’s favorite tourist destinations. Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort is the company’s first-ever all-inclusive offering in the city and it is the Hilton’s largest resort in the Caribbean and Latin America.
With 735 rooms, the resort is located on the Caribbean coastline of the Riviera Maya. The resort offers rooms and suites in three-story villa-style buildings, a variety of dining experiences including five signature restaurants, a vast selection of entertainment, activities and pools and a dedicated, secluded Family Zone with a water park playground. It also offers guests 13 concept-driven restaurants and an upscale beverage program. The culinary options include five signature restaurants, bars, lounges, a coffee shop, deli as well as numerous casual poolside offerings.
“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 in a press release. “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.”
“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 unrivaled 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,” said Matt Schuyler, the chief brand officer at Hilton.
“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,” said Charles Elmann Fasja, developer of Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort and Parks Hospitality Holdings CEO. “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.”