Hilton Puerto Vallarta Opens Adults-Only Section, The Hacienda

The Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort has opened The Hacienda, a new adults-only area that adds 192 suites to the beachfront resort. Architect Ricardo Elias designed the new space with a focus on Mexican heritage as seen in its décor, architecture and food choices.

Inspired by the haciendas of Mexico, the new wing focuses on elegance, privacy and personalized service. The Hacienda includes four suite categories, private patios, terraces with Jacuzzis and rooms with swim-up pools.

The new adults-only wing also introduces new dining options to the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort. The new offerings include: La Catrina, a fine dining Mexican restaurant; Talavera, an establishment looking out on The Hacienda’s main pool; El Pozo, a wet bar focused on unique cocktails; La Serenata, an outdoor terrace with Mexican music; and El Rincon, a gourmet deli.

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The Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort is a beachfront resort in the north hotel area of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The new expansion increases the resort’s number of guest rooms to 451. The resort is part of a partnership between Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe and Hilton Hotels & Resorts.

Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe is a company in the Mexican hotel industry that works in acquiring, converting, developing and operating both its own hotels and hotels owned by third-parties. Hilton Hotels and Resorts is a hotel company with 575 hotels across six continents.

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