Global hotel giants Hilton have opened one of their largest all inclusive resorts to date in Tulum, Mexico. The hotel, called the Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort, was officially opened just this week, and looks set to offer travelers a world class resort experience fit to match the stunning natural surroundings that have made Tulum popular amongst travelers over the past few years.
The latest of several existing, planned and recently completed beachfront all inclusive offerings by Hilton, the Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort has taken the top spot as the brand’s largest resort in the Caribbean and Latin America and looks set to raise the bar when it comes to all inclusive resorts in the region. Here’s a look at everything you can expect from the new resort, including amenities, activities and what culinary delights it has to offer guests.
Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya – Information For Travelers
With Tulum more readily known for its boho way of life and boutique resorts, the arrival of Hilton’s new all inclusive resort on the Riviera Maya coastline may have raised some eyebrows – but the resort looks set to be a great fit for the region. Set beyond the mangroves and overlooking the sea, the resort blends tastefully into its surroundings, whilst the palm tree-lined pathways, wide natural spaces and locally sourced building materials help to connect guests with their surroundings further.
The resort boasts 735 rooms, each of which is decorated in tones that are meant to emphasize the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters that helped establish Tulum as a top destination, and equipped with a balcony that offers either ocean or nature views. The resort is also home to 59 spacious suites, which feature comfortable sitting areas, oversized vanities, luxurious walk-in rainfall showers and ocean-facing balconies.
Away from the rooms, the Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All Inclusive Resort also offers stunning amenities. The resort boasts nine different pools, including a special family zone with a kids-only splash-pool and water park playground. Adults can make the most of various activities such as yoga or a fitness class – or simply unwind in one of the resort’s five jacuzzis or in its luxury spa facilities.
As an all-inclusive resort, guests can look forward to dining in one of its 13 different dining venues. These include Auma, a steakhouse; Maxal, which serves traditional Mexican cuisine; or La Luce, a restaurant serving Italian specialties. Of course, drinks and cocktails are also unlimited, and can be enjoyed amongst the music and entertainment that will be on offer every night.
Offering something different to what travelers can usually find in Tulum, the Hilton Riviera Maya All Inclusive Resort looks certain to go down a storm with all kinds of travelers – and is just the latest of many such resorts Hilton plans on opening over the next few years. The company has its sights set on a landmark 100 hotels in Mexico, with 30 more planned to open in the country over the next few years.
Speaking about the resort, Matt Schuyler, Hilton’s chief brand officer, said:
“Tulum provides a unique market to expand and elevate our all-inclusive footprint and showcase our diverse range of brand experiences to meet the needs of travelers…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.”
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