Hilton Worldwide Offers Special Fall Packages to Caribbean and Latin America

Hilton Worldwide properties in the Caribbean and Latin America are offering special packages during the fall season. With exclusive offerings and rates, couples can travel to destinations throughout the region such as Los Cabos, Costa Rica and the Bahamas, among other destinations.

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Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort offers a three-night minimum "Presidential Terrace Dining" package, starting at $599 per night based on double occupancy. The package includes one private, three-course meal paired with wine on a private terrace overlooking the Sea of Cortez; accommodations for two in one of the resort’s guestrooms; as well as daily breakfast buffet at El Meson
Located in Costa Rica on the Papagayo Peninsula, the all-inclusive Hilton Papagayo Costa Rica Resort & Spa offers guests a chance to go kayaking down the Hermosa Beach or explore underwater with scuba activities. Starting at $109 per person per night based on double occupancy, the "Romantic Getaway" package adds treats including chocolates, seasonal fruits and a bottle of sparkling wine upon arrival. 


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British Colonial Hilton Nassau is also offering the "More Time for Each Other" package, which includes early check-in, in-room sparkling wine, breakfast for two and additional perks. The romance package starts at $299 per night based on double occupancy. 

Packages and rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.  Other restrictions apply.  For full terms and conditions, visit the individual properties websites.

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