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Hilton Is Adding Peloton to Its Puerto Rico Hotels

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 26, 2023

It’s arguably the top fitness amenity travelers are looking for in their hotel: a Peloton bike. 

And now hotel giant Hilton has announced a new push with the brand in the Caribbean, starting with Puerto Rico. 

The partnership means all Hilton hotels in Puerto Rico will be equipped with at least one Peloton bike by this summer. 

““We know that wellness is a top priority for travelers around the world and many want to take their routines with them while traveling. We have already delighted so many guests with Peloton Bikes in our fitness centers at hotels across the U.S. and are excited to expand upon our partnership to these new markets,” said Amanda Al-Masri, vice president of wellness at Hilton. “Whether they are seasoned Members of the Peloton community or first-time riders, we are proud to provide guests with a holistic experience that meets them where they are in their own personal wellness journey.”

That means Hilton guests in Puerto Rico will have access to Peloton’s connected fitness content. 

“We constantly hear from our Peloton Members about the importance they place on maintaining their fitness regimen while traveling,” said Ryan Crabbe, senior director of global experience design, Peloton. “Working in partnership with Hilton to expand access to our Peloton Bike and extensive content was an organic next step for our business. Those unfamiliar with our platform can engage with Peloton for the first time while at a Hilton property, and our existing, loyal Members are able to continue their routines on the go.”  

Hilton says its latest Trends Resort shows that almost half of travelers plan to prioritize wellness and accessibility to fitness amenities when planning trips this year. 

The company has nine hotels in Puerto Rico, led by its landmark Caribe Hilton, which was the first overseas hotel for Hilton when it opened its doors back in 1949.

For more, visit Hilton

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