The Radisson Blu resort brand is coming to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.
Radisson Hotel Group has announced the signing of what will be the new Radisson Blu Resort and Residences Punta Cana, slated to open its doors in the fourth quarter of this year.
It would be the second Radisson-branded hotel in the country, along with the existing Radisson Santo Domingo in the capital.
The property will be set on Punta Cana’s Cabeza de Toro beach, with 164 suites across 12 different buildings.
The property will include an on-site spa, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and jacuzzi and five different eateries.
Other amenities will feature in-room dining, airport transfers and butler service.
“While our world looks a little different today, we know travel will return, and we are working diligently to provide the best hotels, in top destinations, with in-depth cleanliness and disinfection procedures for our guests as soon as they feel safe to travel again,” said Jim Alderman, Chief Executive Officer for the Americas at Radisson Hotel Group.
The property is the second new Radisson Blu in the pipeline in the Caribbean, with a new Radisson Blu slated to make its debut in Aruba as well.
“Radisson Blu is showing incredible growth in the Caribbean with upcoming locations in Aruba, Grenada and now the Dominican Republic, which demonstrates our momentum as we move forward in executing our strategic growth strategy,” Alderman said.
The aforementioned Grenada resort is a planned transformation of the existing Radisson Grenada resort on Grand Anse Beach.
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