Hilton Announce Plans to Double its Puerto Rico Portfolio – Hotel Magazine


Leading global hospitality company, Hilton has announced plans to more than double its portfolio in Puerto Rico, a destination that already represents Hilton’s largest collection of hotels in the Caribbean, with seven existing properties encompassing more than 2,350 rooms across four of Hilton’s industry-leading brands. 

Hilton’s pipeline of hotels under development in Puerto Rico also represents the largest of Hilton’s Caribbean growth markets by the number of hotels.

Vice president for Hilton’s development in the Caribbean and Latin America, Pablo Maturana said that Puerto Rico continues to play a critical role in the history of Hilton as a company.

“Nearly 75 years later, our deep-seated commitment to Puerto Rico is as strong as ever, as we plan to introduce Hilton’s brands in new destinations across the island of enchantment,” said Maturana.

As a priority destination for Hilton in the Caribbean, the company’s development pipeline of nearly 10 hotels in Puerto Rico features five new-to-market brands, with plans to introduce the first Curio Collection by Hilton, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Tru by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton to the island. With these additions, Hilton’s portfolio of hotels would more than double by the end of 2025, bringing the company’s supply to 16 hotels and resorts encompassing nearly 4,400 rooms across eight brands in Puerto Rico.

Hilton’s current Puerto Rico offering of seven hotels and resorts includes Caribe Hilton, Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort, The Condado Plaza Hilton, DoubleTree by Hilton San Juan, Embassy Suites by Hilton Dorado del Mar Beach Resort, Embassy Suites by Hilton San Juan Hotel & Casino and Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton San Juan. 

More broadly in the Caribbean, Hilton’s presence is vast with more than 25 hotels welcoming guests throughout the region, in some of the most sought-after destinations such as Aruba, Barbados, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and more. The company also plans to double its portfolio in the Caribbean, with a pipeline of more than 25 hotels in various stages of design and construction. 

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