Sunday, December 10, 2017

Hilton Planning Luxury Hotel Rooms and State-of-Art-Facilities at Cancun

Hilton is expanding its presence south of the border with a pair of beachfront properties scheduled to open in Cancun in 2021.

PHOTO: Hilton Cancun. (photo via Flickr/Christian Van Der Henst S.)

The hotel company recently confirmed plans for the 150-room Waldorf Astoria Cancun and the 600-room, all-inclusive Hilton Cancun resort. The neighboring properties will span 100 cres near Benito Juarez, just 10 minutes from Cancun International Airport.

The Waldorf Astoria Cancun will boast the  signature spa,Hotel Boom, the Waldorf Astoria spa's treatments will incorporate local ingredients and native traditions.
The hotel's rooms and suites will bring guests right to the waterfront with ocean- and mangrove-facing terraces and private balconies.

The adjacent Hilton Cancun will feature half a dozen all-inclusive dining experiences of its own along with a swimming pool complex. The hotel will also offer curated experiences designed to immerse guests in local art, gastronomy and culture.

Like its neighbor, the Hilton Cancun's guestrooms will possess panoramic views.
Both properties will house meeting and event space. Guests will also be close to a plethora of nearby attractions, including Xcaret and Xplor Park.

"With more than half of our Latin America portfolio present in Mexico, we are proud to announce the plans for Waldorf Astoria Cancun and Hilton Cancun
as we continue to introduce distinguished properties in the world's most sought-after destinations," Hilton's vice president of development for Latin America and the Caribbean, Juan Corvinos said in a statement.

"Representing our luxury and upscale brands respectively, Waldorf Astoria Cancun and Hilton Cancun will offer guests a taste of Mexican culture fused with Waldorf Astoria's uncompromising sophistication and Hilton Hotels & Resort's flagship hospitality."

Hilton's expansion in Quintana Roo comes amid a hotel boom in the Mexican Caribbean.
Tourism is also up across the region. According to a recent Marketing Consultants study, Cancun's 3.7 million visitors over the first nine months of 2017 marked a 2.8 percent jump from the same period last year. Meanwhile, Riviera Maya experienced an 8.5 percent rise in visitors over the first three-quarters of the year.

Hilton's current Latin American portfolio comprises more than 100 hotels and resorts, roughly half of which are located in Mexico. The company's regional pipeline consists of more than 70 projects, including nearly 30 in Mexico.

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