The newest adults-only resort in the Dominican Republic has held its grand opening in Punta Cana, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The new all-inclusive Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana, the first-ever Live Aqua resort outside of Mexico, officially debuted this week.
Dominican Republic President Luis Abinader was on hand for the grand opening of the $120 million resort complex, which includes 347 suites.
The resort includes signature Live Aqua brand elements, including freestanding bathtubs, specialty beds, a collection of swim-up suites and rooms with their own private pools; a Feel Harmony Spa and a state-of-the-art fitness center, among other amenities.
The property is set around a central linear pool and a private beach.
Dining concepts include seven eateries and eight bars, from Mediterranean and Japanese eateries to a tapas-focused sports bar.
The project by Mexico-based hotel giant Grupo Posadas will “make possible a take-off that will boost the area economically,” Abinader said.
The Dominican Republic is currently open for tourism.
For more, visit Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana.