Hilton Adds 3 All-Inclusive Resorts To Its Portfolio

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All-inclusive resorts can be a very good way of keeping check on the costs of a vacation, they can be a good way of ensuring that any kids that are traveling with you are well entertained or, on the flip-side, they can be a very good way to ensure that your vacation is as kid-free as possible.

With an all-inclusive resort all your costs will be obvious upfront as everything (food, drinks etc..) is included in the price you pay when you book (great for budgeting) and, because all-inclusive resorts are designed to cater to all your needs in-house, there’s always a large list of activities for everyone to enjoy (great for keeping everyone entertained).

Some all-inclusive resorts are “adult only” so these are perfect for those among us who prefer to vacation away from the kids and, hopefully, relax in peace and quiet (although an all-adult resort doesn’t necessarily guarantee tranquility!)

There aren’t all that many all-inclusive resorts offered by the large hotel chains so, if you’re looking to book an all-inclusive vacation, the opportunities to use hotel points are few and far between. This makes the news that Hilton has added 3 more all-inclusive resorts to its portfolio significant and it will be news that should make quite a few people happy.

Hilton’s 3 New All-Inclusive Resorts

Hilton has used its partnership with Playa Hotels & Resorts to introduce three new all-inclusive resorts to its portfolio. These resorts are located in Mexico and the Dominican Republic and all are bookable using Hilton Honors points via Hilton.com.

Hilton Play del Carmen (Mexico)

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This adults only all-inclusive resort is described by Hilton as being “upscale” and “steps away from Play del Carmen’s famed Fifth Avenue”.

  • Over 500 all-suite accommodations, including beachfront and swim-up suites
  • 10 restaurants and bars featuring global cuisine
  • 24-hour room service
  • Luxurious spa
  • Olympic-sized pool
  • Fitness center
  • Tennis court
  • Water activities and classes
  • Over 7,800 sq. ft. of meeting space, including Ballroom, Boardroom and Wedding Gazebo
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Click through to the property’s webpage for more information

Hilton La Romana All-Inclusive Family Resort (Dominican Republic)

The Hilton La Romana all-inclusive resort is actually two resorts side-by-side. The first resort (this one) is a family resort catering to families of all ages and sizes. The second resort (which I’ll come on to in a moment) is an adults only resort.

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Here’s what the property offers:

  • 412 guest rooms
  • Each guest room features a furnished balcony or terrace
  • 5 restaurants
  • 24-hour Coffee House and room service
  • Fitness center
  • 4 pools
  • Kids’ and Teens’ Clubs
  • 21,000 sq. ft. world-class spa
  • Casino
  • 8,000 sq. ft. of event space including a ballroom, 2 wedding gazebos & convention center

Activities available at this resort include tennis, beach volleyball, snorkelling and scuba diving and kids can avail themselves of the “Explorer’s Club” which runs a new schedule of events each day including arts and crafts and movies on the beach.

Older children (teens) have their own club (Core Zone Club) which offers a different set of events/activities appropriate to their age.

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Click through to the property’s webpage for more information

Hilton La Romana All-Inclusive Adult Resort (Dominican Republic)

This is the second resort which forms part of the Hilton La Romana all-inclusive complex and, although it sits next-door to the family resort mentioned above, this is an adult’s only property.

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Based on the images provided this adults only resort has very similar decor to its sister property next-door but that looks to be where the similarities end – the property has its own restaurants, its own spa and its own facilities.

Here’s what the property offers:

  • 344 guest rooms
  • All rooms with furnished balcony or terrace
  • 24-hour room service
  • 11 restaurants, 8 bars and lounges
  • 21,000 sq. ft. full-service spa,
  • 4 pools and a fitness center
  • Adults-only area with restaurant, private pool, casino and disco
  • 8,000 sq. ft. of event space including a ballroom and 2 wedding gazebos
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Image courtesy of Hilton

Click through to the property’s webpage for more information


All-inclusive resorts aren’t for everyone (personally I like to go out of the resort to dine so all-inclusive resorts aren’t a very good use of my money) but they’re a fantastic way to vacation for others.

With the huge set of dining choices provided by these resorts and the facilities and activities on offer you can genuinely spend an entire vacation without having to leave the property – if that’s the kind of vacation you’re looking for Hilton has just made it a little bit easier for you to book.

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