Hilton Will Open A New Waldorf Astoria in Mexico
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Hilton Will Open A New Waldorf Astoria in Mexico

Mexico , mexico , news , Travel News , Waldorf Astoria
Rafael Peña
Rafael Peña Dec 23, 2022

Hilton is building a Waldorf Astoria in one of the most sought-after vacation destinations in Mexico. The new Waldorf Astoria San Miguel de Allende will have 120 hotel rooms. Along with 24 top-tier residences in the city. San Miguel de Allende is already known for its architecture, wealth of culture, and history. 

Juan Corvinos of Hilton

“As global interest in luxury travel continues to rise, we are perfectly positioned at the forefront of the trend by expanding our offerings to welcome the discerning traveler in new and highly desirable destinations across the Caribbean and Latin America,” said Juan Corvinos, senior vice president of Hilton’s Caribbean and Latin American division.

“We are excited about the growth of our portfolio in the region and introducing our distinct brands in landmark locations, such as San Miguel de Allende. The city’s timeless surroundings and recognition as a luxury vacation spot make it a natural fit for the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts brand.”

Hilton's Reach In Mexico

Hilton has a legacy of developing their most iconic hotel brands in the top destinations across the world. With over 30 Waldorf Astoria hotels and resorts around the globe and eight residential properties in the works, Hilton is at the forefront of providing luxury stays in all the major cities. Not only does the new addition expand its portfolio, but it also makes the Hilton brand even more robust in Mexico. Which currently has luxury hotels in Los Cabos, Punta de Mita, Tulum, and Cancun. However, it creates more visibility for the Hilton brand, which already has 90 resorts and hotels and 25 other properties, which increases its influence in Mexico.

The hotel will be located in the heart of San Miguel de Allende UNESCO World Heritage site, surrounded by Spanish-colonial buildings and cobblestone streets. All the city’s attractions will be within walking distance, along with the landmark Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, which stands above the city’s skyline. There will also be access to popular local restaurants, bars, and local shops.

“San Miguel de Allende has been recognized as one of the most enchanting cities in the world in recent years, and we are thrilled to marry that appeal with the iconic Waldorf Astoria brand, which is known for its sense of place and community for guests,” said Senior Vice President of luxury brands, Dino Michael.

Dino Michael continued, “Hilton’s growing luxury portfolio in Mexico, including two Conrad Hotels & Resorts properties and two Waldorf Astoria Resorts, has been met with incredible guest satisfaction, and we look forward to creating even more opportunities for travelers to discover the destination through unforgettable experiences at Waldorf Astoria San Miguel de Allende.”

Waldorf Astoria Setting The Bar In Luxury Amenities

Waldorf Astoria San Miguel de Allende will become part of one of the most recognized guest loyalty programs, Hilton Honors. Known internationally for its award-winning guest-loyalty 18 world-class brands, the burgeoning Waldorf will feature 120 artfully designed guest rooms and suites, as well as 24 private residences managed by Hilton, allowing owners to access to all the signature amenities that have made Hilton’s resident services notorious.

From a state-of-the-art fitness center with curated meditation spaces to a destination-inspired spa on the roof offering unforgettable views of the city, the Waldorf spared no expense in defining luxury. Cultured guests can look forward to an on-site art gallery and local artisan crafts store, while those traveling with their entire family will have access to the hotel’s kids and teens club. With all the amenities coupled with the hotel’s three prestigious restaurants, two bars, and a coffee shop – guests want for nothing.

Hilton’s current portfolio includes roughly 200 hotels welcoming travelers throughout the Caribbean and Latin America while the design and construction in these regions continue to develop.

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