Dreams Dominicus

AMResorts Opens New Dreams Resort in Dominican Republic

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - December 4, 2016

AMResorts has opened its newest property in the Caribbean: the new Dreams Dominicus La Romana resort.

The all-inclusive resort is the company’s fourth dreams resort and 11th for AMResorts in the Dominican Republic.


The 391-suite resort is set on a wide stretch of beach in Bayahibe with three pools and the company’s “Unlimited Luxury” offering including eight restaurants and 24-hour room service.

“The Dominican Republic has seen tremendous growth and remains one of the most highly sought-after vacation hotspots,” said Gonzalo del Peón, President of AMResorts. “The idyllic destination coupled with this serene, stylish and entertaining resort, offers travelers the ultimate experience.”


The property also boasts a 10,000-square-foot Dreams Spa by Pevonia that includes gardens and hydrotherapy areas.

“By the end of this year, AMResorts will grow its presence in the Dominican Republic by nearly 30 percent, and opening Dreams Dominicus La Romana is a key step in achieving this goal.” said Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group. “As AMResorts continues to gain a foothold in these desired destinations, we are also strengthening our family-friendly offerings, where parents and kids alike can relax and get away with a memorable experience.”

A suite at Dreams Dominicus.

A suite at Dreams Dominicus.

AMResorts, a subsidiary of Apple Leisure Group, is the fastest-growing hotel company in the wider Caribbean region, with plans to sign its 100th resort deal by 2020.

“The Dominican Republic is an easily accessible destination from a variety of major gateways, which is an important factor in our expansion strategy,” said Javier Coll, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of Apple Leisure Group. “Beyond Dreams Dominicus La Romana, AMResorts will continue to expand its portfolio in even more high-demand destinations by the end of 2016.”

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