Karisma’s Nickelodeon Hotels and Resort brand is reopening its resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic next week, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The all-inclusive Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana will be reopening on Nov. 5, the company confirmed this week.
“Since opening in 2016, Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana has exceeded all expectations, and we look forward to continued success together with our partners at Karisma,” said Gerald Raines, senior vice president of parent company ViacomCBS. “There is no other international hotel where guests can immerse themselves in the fun and frivolous Nick lifestyle with personal SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer interactions, full access to Aqua Nick, Club Nick and even enjoy the opportunities of getting slimed and sleeping in the Pineapple Villa, inspired by SpongeBob SquarePants’ home in Bikini Bottom.”
The 208-suite, family-friendly resort is reopening with Karisma’s new “Peace of Mind” comprehensive health and safety program.
That includes new health protocols developed in conjunction with the Mayo Clinic and with endorsements by Deepak Chopra.
“We know many families are hoping to escape their homes this holiday season and we hope they will come visit us where everything is taken care of,” said Jorge L. Feliz German, president of Karisma Hotels & Resorts for the Dominican Republic.
Another Nickelodeon hotel is currently in development in the Caribbean, with plans for a second Nickelodeon-branded resort in Mexico’s Riviera Maya coming in 2021.
Karisma has been unveiling a number of resort partnerships with well-known brands in recent years, most recently its alliance with Margaritaville on the “Margaritaville Island Reserve” brand, which opened its first Caribbean resort this summer near Cancun.
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