By the Caribbean Journal staff
The rebranded Grand Sirenis Punta Cana is making its debut this weekend in the Dominican Republic.
The former Sirenis Punta Cana Aquagames and Casino has completed a $30 million renovation, transformed into the new Grand Sirenis Punta Cana.
“The rebranding of our Punta Cana resort helps solidify its position as the hotel of choice for families vacationing in the Dominican Republic,” said Caroline Venditti, US Marketing Manager. “Now a part of the Grand Sirenis family, the beautifully refreshed resort will implement a greater standard of service with its new and improved offerings.”
The transformation project included what the property termed a “complete renovation” of guestrooms, the lobby, common areas and restaurants and a new decor.
The all-inclusive hotel has also added a new Tex-Mex eatery, a Brazilian steakhouse and a new “sky bar,” among other additions.
In all, there are now seven eateries, three buffets, 11 cocktail bars and two pools.
“We are wholly invested in ensuring the highest standard of satisfaction and unforgettable memories for guests of all ages,” Venditti. said. “That is the true essence of the Grand Sirenis experience.”