Hilton (NYSE: HLT) today officially announced the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Toluca, marking the brand’s first property in Toluca, the capital of the State of Mexico, in Mexico. Owned by Jesus Henkel and managed by Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe, the 142-room new-build hotel boasts one of the largest event spaces in the state’s business district of Toluca, reaching more than 17,000 square feet.
“Rich in culture and history, Toluca continues to grow as a buzzing business hub which will allow us to introduce travelers to our quality accommodations and intuitive service as they visit the city for the first time,” said Alma Patricia Pacheco Olvera, general manager, DoubleTree by Hilton Toluca. “Guests will feel right at home upon check-in with our signature, warm DoubleTree Cookie welcome, and enjoy our spacious guestrooms, state-of-the-art facilities and vast variety of dining options.”
Redefining business travel with modern amenities and quality accommodations, DoubleTree by Hilton Toluca features two restaurants – La Reforma Uno with authentic Mexican dishes and Pizza & Pasta Corner for a creative take on Italian cuisine – along with a coffee shop and lobby bar with a wide variety of beers, wines and liquors. Guests can also take advantage of an indoor swimming pool, fully-equipped fitness center, business center, and flexible event space including 11 meeting rooms and four ballrooms.
Situated near industrial plants for international pharmaceutical and automobile companies, DoubleTree by Hilton Toluca provides travelers with a convenient location just six miles away from Toluca International Airport and less than 32 miles from Santa Fe, Mexico City. Guests can explore Cosmovitral Botanical Garden which features a diverse collection of foliage and water features, as well as The Museum Torres Bicentario to immerse in the country’s rich culture. Those feeling adventurous can take a hike up Nevado de Toluca, Mexico’s fourth highest peak and one of the only places to see snow in the country.
Hilton currently has a portfolio of nearly 150 hotels and resorts open and welcoming travelers in 24 countries across the Caribbean and Latin America, including more than 60 hotels in Mexico. The company is actively pursuing additional growth opportunities and currently has a robust development pipeline of nearly 90 hotels throughout the region, including approximately 30 hotels in the pipeline in Mexico.
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