After indulging in all the drinks, desserts and festivities during the holiday season, Dry January has become a popular way to kick off the new year. Luckily for those who are interested in cutting back beyond January, zero-proof cocktails and spirit-free menus are becoming increasingly popular at bars and restaurants across the U.S. and other parts of the world so everyone can raise a glass, no matter their preferences. Additionally, Hilton has found that travelers also want to keep up their wellness routines on the road. This gives guests the opportunity to make healthy choices in every aspect of their stay, which is why many on-property restaurants and bars offer delicious alcohol-free beverages.
These five Hilton hotels and resorts specialize in carefully crafted zero-proof cocktails that might inspire those looking to book a stay or host a no-ABV happy hour at home.
Azulinda Lobby Bar at Hilton Cancun, an All-Inclusive Resort
Guests can almost always count on sunny skies and relaxing vibes at Hilton Cancun, an All-Inclusive Resort. The Quintana Roo property is set on a secluded stretch of Mayan coastline where guests can enjoy everything from snorkeling and yoga at sunrise to relaxing by one of the oceanfront pools. Grab a pre-dinner libation and pull up to the bustling Azulinda Lobby Bar to try one of the daily cocktails.
Try: Sunset Rose, a juicy mix of pineapple juice, lemon juice and rose syrup that on-site bartenders Ricardo Flores and Victor Daniel Hau say, “is a fresh, sweet and summery drink that can be enjoyed any time of the day.”
Domingo at Canopy by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk
Situated close to all the action, Canopy by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk is a perfect place to call home when visiting the Alamo City. Explore the neighborhood on a complimentary Canopy bike, enjoy the view from a suite’s private balcony or head down to open-air restaurant Domingo for delectable South Texas cuisine. While the beverage menu focuses on agave spirits, the thoughtful zero-proof cocktails are just as delicious. “Our non-alcoholic cocktails allow people of all ages and preferences to enjoy a handcrafted beverage that speaks to the passion of our team and Domingo,” said Brian Vitale, general manager at Domingo.
Try: Clean Wave, a tropical drink made with orange juice, passion fruit, coconut cream and Topo Chico.
Landry’s Seafood House at St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
There are few buildings more iconic than St. Louis’ Union Station, with its 65-foot-tall ceilings and ornately adorned archways of the Grand Hall. Enjoy the scenery while staying at St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton, which also boasts pet-friendly rooms, EV charging stations and a seasonal outdoor pool. After a day of exploring the city, guests can retreat to Landry’s Seafood House under the train shed for a much-needed beverage.
Try: The Black Cherry Palmer will refresh and delight with its zesty mix of Re’al Black Cherry Purée, fresh lemon juice and brewed iced tea.
The Lounge at Conrad Washington, DC
Whether traveling to Washington, D.C. for business or pleasure, the nation’s capital has something for everyone, no matter the time of year. The elegant Conrad Washington, DC is conveniently located in the heart of downtown and features modern, spacious guest rooms that offer respite from bustling city life. On-site restaurant, The Lounge, offers an all-day lunch and dinner menu that features everything from fresh coastal seafood to seasonal veggie sides. A thoughtful non-alcoholic cocktail menu will quench your thirst for something creative.
Try: Ginny in the Gimlet, a light, citrusy concoction made with Lyre’s London Dry Spirit, cucumber, lime juice and simple syrup.
The Wright Bar at Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort has been welcoming guests since 1929. Recently reinvented for a new era of sophistication, Arizona Biltmore’s beautiful rooms, spacious suites and iconic cottages have been designed to reflect the desert surroundings. Guests can choose between guest rooms, suites, villas and cottages, and amenities like seven pools and five excellent restaurants and bars that make it difficult to leave at the end of a stay. The popular Tequila Sunrise cocktail was invented at the Arizona Biltmore in the 1930s and today’s guests can still enjoy a reimagined version at The Wright Bar. Those looking to continue their wellness journey can also indulge in a variety of spirit-free drinks.
Try: Panoma, made with Seedlip Spice, grapefruit and lime juices, and club soda.
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