Hilton to Open New Hotel in Mexico City

Hilton is making moves in Mexico City. According to 4Hoteliers, the brand will bring a new hotel to the destination capital.

The 260-room new-build Hilton hotel in the Santa Fe area will form part of Samara, one of the five largest mixed-use complexes in the country. There will be more than 3.8 million square feet of space, made up of corporate offices, a shopping center and the Hilton Santa Fe Mexico City. The hotel is expected to open in March 2014. 

The hotel will have executive floor rooms and suites, all with high-def flat screen TVs, wireless internet and more. At the hotel's rooftop level, there will be a  pool, bar and fitness center. Dining options will include a signature restaurant, lobby lounge and coffee bar. 

"Mexico continues to a ford great opportunities for tourism, with its diverse destinations, developed infrastructure and growing economy," says Danny Hughes, senior vice president, Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America, Hilton Worldwide, said. "Because of this, our development efforts in the country stay strong, and the signing of this latest management agreement for Hilton in Santa Fe, Mexico City is a welcome addition and complement to our growing portfolio of hotels in the country."

Hilton has a portfolio of 30 hotels and resorts in Mexico. 

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