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Hilton announced that the brand new Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya hotel will officially open on January 15th, 2022.

The new hotel is the next in a number of new Mexican-based accommodations being opened by the hotel giant. The Hilton Cancun All-Inclusive Resort opened its doors in November, with several others following suit in the coming months.

It will be the first Conrad to be opened in the Mexican Riviera.

The hotel boasts an impressive inventory of amenities for its visitors. Guests in its 349 rooms can enjoy five pools, eleven bars and restaurants, a spa, and an oceanfront location.

Rooms are running around $650 per night at the low end including breakfast. It should be noted that it’s not an All-Inclusive, like its partner that will be opening in June. 

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It’s not the only property that Hilton is opening in the area. They’ll also be opening the Hilton Tulum All-Inclusive Resort in June. They’ve already begun accepting reservations starting June 12th.

Including Cancun’s new Hilton, the Waldorf Astoria Cancun, the new Tulum hotels, and several other developments, Hilton will have invested almost $2 billion dollars in the Mexican Caribbean over the course of two years.

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It’s a clear sign of the increased demand for the area as a whole. All-Inclusive Hotels, in particular, are enjoying a significant increase in demand thanks to the pandemic.

Hilton isn’t alone in its interest in the Mexican Riviera. Its stunning popularity explosion this year is seeing the arrival of plenty of big names in Cancun, Tulum, and Playa del Carmen.

Although Cancun still dominates the region’s, and now the world’s, tourism sector, Tulum is enjoying a huge spurt in itself. Marriott and Kimpton have also added properties to the city.

Marriott recently opened their Aloft Hotel, a trendy, tech-forward property offering reasonable prices and excellent value across the board.

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Budget travelers not looking for the lofty prices offered at the Conrad would do well to check this wonderful hotel out for their Tulum trip.

It’s within walking distance of all the popular Tulum spots, including the stunning Mayan ruins. But those expecting a stripped-down experience to match the price needn’t worry. Rooftop Cabanas, two pools with service, a truly excellent gym, and an excellent restaurant help make Aloft an excellent choice for Tulum visitors. 

Digital Nomads in particular will find comfort within its walls. As all remote workers will appreciate, the small things go a long way. Consistent power, an abundance of both USB and traditional power outlets, great workspaces, and even steamers in the bathroom.

Aloft actually has an all-inclusive package too, in case guests want to take advantage of the hassle-free experience that offers. But with a smaller menu and the entirety of Tulum’s excellent food so close by, it might work best as a base for exploring the city.

The new airport being built in Tulum will add yet another reason for hotels to turn their attention to the Mexican city.

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