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Mexico: Hilton opens an all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta

November 20, 2012|By Rosemary McClure
  • An artist's render of the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, which overlooks Banderas Bay in Mexico.
An artist's render of the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, which overlooks… (Hilton Hotels & Resorts )

If you like the hassle-free nature of all-inclusive vacations and also are a fan of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, you’ll love the newest addition to Puerto Vallarta’s Hotel Zone — Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, the chain’s first all-inclusive property in Mexico

The hotel, which has a beachfront location, features 259 rooms and suites and offers guests dining options that include French, Brazilian churrascaria and an international buffet.

"This resort brings a touch of the now to the all-inclusive model," said Dave Horton, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts. "It offers an exceptional resort experience while also further diversifying our portfolio with vacation options for all types of travelers."

The resort’s opening follows a recent Hilton study that indicated more than 90% of U.S parents were at least "somewhat interested" in taking their families on all-inclusive vacations.

Hilton has five other hotels and resorts in Mexico. It also has nine other all-inclusives, two in the Americas, five in Egypt and two in Turkey.

Recreational options at Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort include a gym, spa, pools, a kids’ club and a lounge where salsa dancing instruction is included.

Rates range from $180 to $350 a person a night. 

Info: Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, (800) 445-8667

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