Tourism February 25, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Hilton to open 15 new hotels in the Caribbean by 2024

Hilton announced it will open 15 hotels in the Caribbean and Latin America by 2024. Last year, Hilton opened 19 new hotels and approximately 4,000 rooms, representing the most significant number of rooms added in the region’s history.

The U.S. hotel chain plans to make openings across multiple brands, including the opening of Waldorf Astoria Costa Rica Cacique, Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort, and Curio Collection by Hilton in the Dominican Republic.

Hilton’s portfolio in Latin America and the Caribbean comprises more than 220 hotels and 40,000 rooms, spanning 15 brands and 29 countries and territories. The company’s pipeline in the region continues to strengthen with the signing of more than 35 new hotel agreements in 2023. With a strong year of signings in 2023 and a broad portfolio of 110 hotels under development, the company expects this momentum in the region to continue.

“The record growth we achieved in the region in 2023 is the result of our strategic focus on bringing the right hotels to the right destinations at the right time by partnering with exceptional owners,” said Pablo Maturana, vice president of development, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton.

Hilton is experiencing unprecedented growth in Argentina and plans to double its portfolio in the country to 20 hotels. It currently has ten hotels open and ten projects under construction or design. In Mexico, Hilton has approximately 120 hotels available and under development. Finally, with six hotels in operation and more than 10 in development, Hilton plans to triple its presence in the Dominican Republic.

Hilton is a leading global hotel company with a portfolio of 22 world-class brands comprising nearly 7,500 properties and over 1.2 million rooms in 126 countries and territories.

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