Hilton Worldwide announced the opening of Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe, a 260-room new-build Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Santa Fe, Mexico City.
The hotel will form part of Samara - one of the five largest mixed-use complexes in Mexico.
“We are excited to open our seventh Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Mexico, as we continue our brand’s expansion throughout Latin America,” said Rob Palleschi, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts.
“The stylish Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe will welcome travellers with Hilton hospitality and introduce our signature brand elements in this bustling city.”
Strategically located on a prominent intersection of the Santa Fe business district, this Hilton hotel in Mexico City conveniently connects guests with offices, retail centres, dining and entertainment options offered within the Samara complex.
A striking exterior invites guests to a sophisticated lobby featuring distinct work, socialising and relaxation areas, while a design inspired by natural materials and traditional Mexican elements embraces travellers at every turn.
All aspects of this new hotel in Mexico were carefully designed to ensure guests enjoy a world-class experience throughout their stay including everything from upscale accommodation and delectable dining to flexible meeting space and indulgent rooftop pool and fitness centre.
Danny Hughes, senior vice president, Caribbean, Mexico & Latin America, Hilton Worldwide said: “We are committed to growing our footprint throughout all of Latin America and are thrilled at our development momentum in Mexico.
“Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe is our 31st hotel in the country and perfectly complements our growing portfolio in this exceptional Ideal for both business and leisure travellers, the upscale Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe features 260 guest rooms, including executive floor rooms, suites and extended stay suites all outfitted with the Hilton Serenity Collection of amenities boasting plush bedding, high-definition flat screen television, alarm clock with MP3 player connection, wireless Internet access and more. Guests staying in an executive room or suite enjoy the added benefit of the hotel’s executive floor service and executive lounge, offering light snacks and beverages in a relaxed and scholarly ambiance.”
Culinary options are plentiful as guests can enjoy the hotel’s signature dining at Madera Restaurant, or experience the area’s surrounding gastronomic finds.
Bringing a fresh and authentic concept to the neighborhood, Madera (meaning “wood” in Spanish) delivers innovative and traditional dishes, inspired by seasonal ingredients and the rich culinary history of Mexico City - many prepared in the restaurant’s wood burning oven.
Guests can also enjoy light snacks and refreshing cocktails at Cielo, the hotel’s stunning rooftop bar, and the Lobby Lounge, a lively gathering place.