Conrad Opens Brand's First Mexico Hotel: Conrad San Luis Potosi

Conrad Hotels & Resorts announced the opening of Conrad San Luis Potosi, the brand's first hotel in Mexico and second in Latin America. The property joins the larger Conrad portfolio of 30 hotels located in destinations around the world. 

Conrad San Luis Potosi has134 rooms, including 29 suites, all equipped with 46-inch televisions and espresso machines, as well as a selection of personal care amenities. The Executive Lounge welcomes guests with a private check-in and access to a continental breakfast and cocktail hours. 

In regards to food and beverage offerings, the hotel has signature Californian restaurant, Sonoma Restaurant & Wine Bar, serving fresh flavors and organic ingredients. Additionally, the Conrad Bar, conveniently located between the hotel lobby and the restaurant, is a quaint gathering place for colleagues and friends. The casual Tequila Corner lounge provides guests with a taste of more than 100 national tequilas and mezcals. 

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In addition to the guest accommodations and dining venues, the hotel has over 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including six rooms with high-tech audiovisual technology. The pool, located on the fifth floor terrace, offers a view of San Luis Potosi and a bar to enjoy cocktails and spirits. 

Conrad Hotels offer the "Conrad 1/3/5" program which allows guest to enjoy carefully selected one, three or five hour experiences that reflect the region's culture, art and gastronomy. Guests of Conrad San Luis Potosí are invited to use the Conrad Concierge available through the Hilton Honors app, which provides access to all the luxury services available at the hotel.

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