One of the premier all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana is open again.
The Paradisus Palma Real Golf and Spa Resort in the Dominican Republic officially reopened its doors this weekend, Caribbean Journal has learned.
“Paradisus is back,” the resort, which is part of Melia Hotels International’s global portfolio, said in a statement.
The all-suite all-inclusive has a total of 465 suites, ranging from junior suites to two-bedroom “master suites.”
That’s along with five swimming pools, seven whirlpools, a casino, a fitness center, a nightclub, 42,000 square feet of flexible event space and access to the nearby Cocotal Golf and Country Club, among other amenities.
It’s a significant relaunch for a destination that has been performing very strongly even amid the pandemic, buoyed by its traditional strength in Punta Cana’s all-inclusive sector.
The Dominican Republic has been open for tourism since the summer of 2020.
For more on how to visit the Dominican Republic, see here. (They include random arrival testing of a selection of passengers).
For more, visit Paradisus.