New Hilton Vallarta Riviera Boosts Hilton’s All-Inclusive Portfolio

Hilton Vallarta Riviera
Hilton Vallarta Riviera

The Hilton Vallarta Riviera is the latest addition to Hilton’s portfolio of all-inclusive resorts after opening on 16AUG. The resort features 444 rooms, 14 restaurants and bars, two infinity pools and 16,200 square feet of versatile indoor meeting and event spaces.

The resort is situated on Mexico’s Pacific coast, between the Bay of Banderas and the Sierra Madre Mountains.

“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,” said Danny Hughes, executive vice president and president, Americas, for Hilton in a press release.

“We are excited to welcome guests to Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort, where there is something for everyone — first-class facilities and amenities, a gorgeous setting amid the beach and lush rainforest, magnificent sunsets, and exquisite cuisine.”

Each room has a walk-in rainfall shower, while some have whirlpool spas. All are equipped with balconies or terraces overlooking the Pacific coastline.

Rejuvenating massage treatments and facials, invigorating hydrotherapy pools, steam room, sauna and whirlpools are available for guests at the Eforea Spa.

When it comes to food, the resort offers several cuisines such as seafood, Asian, Italian, tapas, sushi and Mexican as well as six craft cocktail bars. Guests can begin their mornings with a breakfast buffet at Vela Food Hall, followed by lunch with a taste of Italy at La Luce or immerse in the flavors of Mexico at Maxal. Additional options include poolside bites at Seasalt, Asian fare at Sunan and to-go snacks and coffee from Azulinda.

The resort’s meeting and event spaces can accommodate up to 1,100 guests total, with 10 breakout rooms.

Hilton Vallarta Riviera is only nine miles from Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR) and less than three miles from the Historic Downtown district. The district is well-known for its charming cobblestone streets and the iconic "Malecon" boardwalk with an array of shops, restaurants and galleries. Area recreational options include visits to the rocky arch formation known as "Arcos de Vallarta," rainforest hikes, rappelling and zip-lining through the jungle.

As part of the Hilton CleanStay program, guests can expect procedures including additional cleaning and disinfection on areas, “knock and go” dropped-off room service and flexible housekeeping options.

Hilton is currently developing over 30 properties across Mexico.

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