The Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre Hotel, known as the "upside down hotel" because its entrance is on the top floor and an elevator descends to guestrooms below with private balconies, completed a property-wide refresh of public spaces, recreational areas, dining spaces and accommodations.
The hotel's 405 rooms have been updated with new decor and high-definition TVs.
To complement its Luce sushi and tapas restaurant, the property debuted Herbs and Spices, an eatery that pays tribute to the island's culinary heritage; it offers a buffet menu at breakfast and lunch and a la carte offerings at dinner.
Themed nights include lobster on Fridays and lava stone meals on Saturdays.
Samaan3, a lobby bar, has been added, and the outdoor Cascadoo Bar & Grille has been upgraded for poolside dining.
The new Chocolate Box shop features Trini cocoa confections and sweet delicacies.
Also renovated was the lobby, with a separate check-in desk for Hilton Honors members, and the swimming pool complex, which has a new pool design with in-water lounge chairs, cabanas and a kids' pool.
The hotel houses the second largest collection of local art on the island, and a monthly event features local artwork, paired with artist chats and cocktails.