Hilton is on track to open its 100th hotel in Mexico by 2022. With several new deals announced this year and others in the works, Hilton plans to open approximately 10 hotels per year over the next three years, adding 30 new properties and more than 4,500 rooms to its existing portfolio of nearly 70 hotels in Mexico.
“As we continue expanding our robust portfolio in the Caribbean and Latin America, our team has strategically focused on growth opportunities in Mexico as the country continues to welcome a record number of travelers,” said Juan Corvinos, VP of development, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton. “Today, Mexico represents Hilton’s fastest growing destination in the Caribbean and Latin America.” The company \ already is represented by seven brands and will be represented by 10 within the next four years.
All-Suites and Focused-Service Pipeline Highlights
Homewood Suites by Hilton San Miguel de Allende: Set to open in early 2021, Homewood Suites by Hilton San Miguel de Allende will have 94 guestrooms and will be the brand’s debut in the city.
Hampton Inn by Hilton San Miguel de Allende: Planned for summer 2021 with 120 rooms.
Hampton Inn by Hilton Aguascalientes Downtown: Slated for early 2020 with 100 rooms.
Hilton Garden Inn Toluca Tollocan: Expected to open 2021 with 114 rooms.
Hampton by Hilton Nuevo Vallarta: Set to open in 2021 with 120 rooms.
Hampton Inn by Hilton Culiacan: Slated for early 2022 with 120 rooms.
Hilton Garden Inn Mazatlan: Planned for early 2022 with 140 rooms.
Full-Service and Luxury Pipeline Highlights
Curio Collection by Hilton: Set to debut Umbral and Hotel Lafontaine in Mexico City later this year.
Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla: This will be the lifestyle brand’s first in Mexico and is slated to open in December 2019 with 175 rooms.
Conrad Playa Mita: Scheduled to open in early 2020 with 324 rooms.
Hilton Monterrey Valle Oriente: Slated to open in late 2021 with 202 rooms.
Waldorf Astoria Cancun and Hilton Cancun Resort: Planned for 2021 with a collective 906 rooms.
Hilton currently has a portfolio of nearly 150 hotels and resorts open in 24 countries across the Caribbean and Latin America, and currently has a development pipeline of nearly 90 hotels throughout the region.