All-inclusive brand Bahia Principe is reopening its Grand Cayacoa resort in the Dominican Republic.
The Samana-area property is set to welcome back guests on Nov. 1, 2022, the company told Caribbean Journal.
The 284-room hotel has two pools, five restaurants and four bars. It’s set right on Samana Bay.
It has been closed since the onset of the pandemic.
“We’re pleased to welcome back visitors to one of our beloved properties and continue expanding our offerings in Dominican Republic,” said Lluisa Salord, SVP Global Sales for Contracting & Distribution at Bahia Principe. “Bahia Principe Grand Cayacoa is an ideal destination for those looking to discover nature and experience the authentic Dominican Republic. Guests can savor the best views from their room and guests staying between December and March may even spot humpback whales that visit the area during that season.”
The resort is part of Bahia Principe’s “Grand” category; that means guests receive unlimited Wi-Fi, three a la carte dinners in the resort’s restaurants each week, beach service and an hour of free paddle surf, kayaks or snorkeling.
Bahia Principe has a portfolio of 20 all-inclusive esorts in the wider Caribbean, set in Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica.
That include four total resorts on the Samana peninsula, one of the most pristine destinations in the Dominican Republic.
The Dominican Republic has been seeing record-breaking tourism growth in 2022, with projections for its highest total of annual visitors in history.
For more, visit Bahia Principe.