Hilton’s Conrad Brand Will Debut First Resort in Mexico With Spring Opening of Conrad Punta de Mita

USA, McLean, Virginia. February 20, 2020

Coming to Mexico's Riviera Nayarit, the thoughtfully designed Conrad Punta de Mita will offer travelers an authentic, tranquil respite. Situated among the area's serene natural landscapes and aquamarine waters, the new-build resort will deliver an inspired beach vacation, the Conrad way.

Drawing influence from Mexico's rich history and unique culture, indigenous artwork will integrate with exceptional amenities to create a sense of barefoot resort elegance that highlights its local Mexican identity. All 324 guest rooms and suites will boast views of the Pacific Ocean, with suites offering large patios, plunge pools, freestanding soaking tubs and outdoor showers.

Amenities will include three pools, each with its own purpose. Guests looking to indulge in R&R can lounge poolside with a cocktail at the adult pool, while the more active type swim laps in the activity pool. Kids will bask under the Punta de Mita sun in the family pool, with a game room and kids' club rounding out activities for young explorers to connect with each other and the world around them.

Four restaurant and three bar concepts will offer menus and spaces that pay tribute to age-old techniques and flavors of the local culture — among them, an intimate mezcal and tequila barrel tasting room, and a joyous lobby bar, Tuki, which borrows its name from the Huichol word for 'temple.'

The Conrad SPA will offer a refuge from the pace of everyday life with a unique indoor/outdoor design and traditional temazcal spread across 10,000 square feet. Seven cocoon treatment cabanas will be nestled among the vegetation and connected by an inspiring tunnel of plants and flowers. Fitness center offerings include an outdoor lawn for yoga and stretching.

Groups will stay inspired with 54,000 square feet of event space that ranges from boardrooms to beaches, with custom activities, authentic cuisine and cultural experiences.

The resort's coveted, paradisiacal location - with its swaying palm trees and sweeping ocean views - will offer couples and guests weddings to remember.

Minutes away, adventure activities such as zip-lining, sailing and seasonal whale watching await. Conrad Punta de Mita is located in the same private development as the Litibu Golf Course, offering guests an 18-hole golf experience designed by Greg Norman.

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