The Hilton Vallarta Riviera, the company’s first all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta, officially opened Aug. 16 as Hilton continues to expand its all-inclusive footprint in the country.

All of the accommodations at the 444-room resort feature walk-in rainfall showers and
private balconies and terraces overlooking the Pacific coastline. It also features the oceanfront Eforea Spa, where guests can
receive treatments while enjoying beach vistas. There are two infinity
pools and multiple dining options, including Italian restaurant La Luce
and Maxal for Mexican cuisine, in addition to a half dozen cocktail bars.

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The resort also boasts 26,000 square feet of event space that can
accommodate up to 1,100 people, including nearly 10,000 square feet of outdoor space.

The Hilton Vallarta Riviera is managed by Hilton, developed by Parks Hospitality and owned by Fibra Uno.

“With this
newest addition to our rapidly growing portfolio in Mexico, we reinforce
our commitment to continued expansion in both the all-inclusive segment
and in one of the most desired leisure destinations in Latin America,”
Danny Hughes, Hilton’s executive vice president and president of the
Americas segment, said in a statement.

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The Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort is the latest opening in a series of all-inclusive properties from the company coming to Mexico. The Yucatan Resort, Playa del Carmen, part of the Tapestry Collection, opened in May, and the all-inclusive Hilton Cancun is slated to open in the fall.

Hilton currently has a systemwide portfolio of more than 70 properties in Mexico, including the Conrad Punta de Mita on the Riviera Nayarit and the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort in the Banderas Bay area.

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