Hilton Continues Growth in Mexico, Latin America in 2012

 

Hilton Hotels & Resorts recently welcomed Hilton Bogota, located in the vibrant capital city of Colombia

Hilton Hotels & Resorts is opening two compelling properties in Latin America and Mexico in 2012, and recently welcomed Hilton Bogota located in the vibrant capital city of Colombia. 

Upcoming hotel openings include properties Lima, Peru and an all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta.

The Hilton Lima Miraflores is scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2012. It will be a culinary hotel destination, featuring cuisine from signature chefs from the region. The Hilton Puerto Vallarta is also slated to open by the third quarter of this year. It will open as an all-inclusive resort in this growingly popular resort town in Mexico.

The Hilton brand’s Latin American expansion is led by the stylish Hilton Bogota, situated in the heart of the financial district and near the renowned “Zona G” dining and entertainment quarter. 

Of additional relevance, Hilton Worldwide, parent company to the flagship Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand, currently has 46 hotels and resorts in Latin America and is expanding with a robust development pipeline that includes properties in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama and Peru.

Visit www.hilton.com.


 
 

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