Today, DoubleTree by Hilton Celaya opens its doors to guests. Centrally located within the beautiful colonial city of Celaya, the new-build hotel is the latest addition to the growing DoubleTree by Hilton portfolio. The opening reinforces the company’s continued commitment to expansion in the region, with Hilton planning to add 30 new properties within the next three years to its existing portfolio of nearly 70 hotels in Mexico.
“On track to reach 100 hotels in Mexico by 2022, we are proud to open the new DoubleTree by Hilton Celaya,” said Jorge Giannattasio, senior vice president and head of operations, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton. “With more than 65 projects in the Mexico development pipeline, we continue our rapid growth in Latin America and the Caribbean, furthering our mission to positively impact guests, team members, hotel owners and communities in even more destinations throughout the region.”
DoubleTree by Hilton Celaya offers 134 comfortable guest rooms, seven meeting rooms, a signature full-service restaurant, lobby and pool bars, 24-hour fitness center, outdoor pool and an indoor parking lot.
The hotel features the newest guestrooms in Celaya, each featuring a coffeemaker, signature bath products, work desk with an ergonomic chair and complimentary Wi-Fi. Guests who opt for suite accommodations can take advantage of a separate living area and a cozy sofa bed.
All guests are welcome to lounge in the hotel’s outdoor recreation area, complete with a heated outdoor swimming pool and pool bar, led by an expert team of mixologists, with specialty cocktails such as Cielito Lindo, Grito de Mezcal and Margarita al Pastor.
For groups looking to host meetings and events, DoubleTree by Hilton Celaya boasts nearly 11,000 square feet of flexible event space, with its largest ballroom holding up to 700 guests. Guests can also host events in the hotel’s outdoor 3,200-square-foot lounge terraces.
Travelers can dine at DIEGO, a contemporary Mexican restaurant open all day that features local cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. Dishes include ribeye birria, pork belly with mole chichilo and cuerito toasts. After indulging in the restaurant’s extensive menu, guests can cozy up at the lobby bar for wine and cocktails. Those looking for fresh salads, sandwiches and baked goods on-the-go can stop by the 24-hour Made Market within the hotel.
DoubleTree by Hilton Celaya provides travelers with a convenient location less than 50 miles from Querétaro Intercontinental Airport. Just steps from the area’s top golf course, Club Campestre Celaya, travelers can play the 18-hole course, as well as enjoy tennis courts, pools, basketball courts, soccer fields and multiple restaurants. Guests can also explore nearby attractions, including Temple of Carmen, the masterpiece of Mexican architect Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras, and Plaza de Armas, a central square with metamorphic style murals created by renowned Celayan painter Octavio Ocampo.
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