Dreams Flora Punta Cana, one of AMR’s most renowned properties in the tropical country, is slated for reopening in February 2023 after undergoing extensive renovations. The hotel chain has invested heavily in the country and already owns six properties around Punta Cana. Once complete, the renovation is expected to further strengthen the guest experience at the lavish family-friendly resort.
Dreams Flora Punta Cana Reopening Date
The resort is scheduled to open its doors on February 15, 2023, once its massive renovation is complete. Construction work is currently underway, and every detail of the resort, from the rooms to its grand amenities, is being redesigned. After completion, the resort will be given a new name – Dreams Flora Punta Cana – to signify a new era for its guests. Prior to its closing, the property went by the name Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa.
Guests will be able to enjoy an extensive selection of new amenities and facilities in the new Dreams Flora Punta Cana. The property’s new rooms are all inspired by Caribbean nature, with references to local flora and fauna. Guests can look forward to several new bars and restaurants, as well as modern culinary experiences. Dreams Flora Punta Cana will have some serious green credentials, and environmental sustainability is one of the resort’s major focus areas.
Situated in a privileged beachside location in Cabeza de Toro, Dreams Flora Punta Cana is promising to offer a range of activities that are perfect for the whole family, although the property will also cater to visiting couples and friend groups. Guests can enjoy everything from kid’s pools to custom wedding events.
Dreams Flora Punta Cana offers all guests its Unlimited-Luxury all-inclusive concept, which includes unlimited access to the resort’s numerous bars and restaurants, as well as top-notch service and pool & beach wait service. Guests will also find a world-class spa at the renewed property, which combines modern amenities with traditional techniques.
According to hotel executives, the renovation will add 520 new rooms and suites to Punta Cana’s repertoire, significantly boosting the availability of modern and spacious accommodations for visitors. The new Preferred Club service will grant exclusive services for the most demanding guests, including a VIP lounge, private beach access, and special upgrades and amenities.
With fine stunning room categories to choose from, the resort fits every travelers’ needs. The Junior Suite Family Room – measuring some 1,200 square feet in size – is perfect for larger families and sleeps up to six guests. Meanwhile, couples or friends can opt for the more compact yet luxurious Deluxe Room, which fits up to four guests. All of the resort’s rooms feature either a garden or pool view.
The makeover couldn’t come at a better time, as Punta Cana soars in popularity among international travelers. The resort destination was recently ranked the third most popular among U.S. travelers, and Punta Cana enjoys excellent flight connections to many mainland American hubs. Meanwhile, Canadian airlines have also expanded to the Dominican market, adding new flights for the busy winter season.
AMR, one of the world’s leading brands of all-inclusive resorts, already owns and operates several popular properties in the Dominican Republic and Punta Cana. The renovation is expected to cost the firm some $56.8 million, a considerable amount considering the size and scope of the hotel.
AMR is also helping to boost employment at the local level, generating more than 2,000 direct and indirect workplaces. The hotel firm is promising to incorporate green solutions every step of the way, from its locally sourced materials to environmentally-friendly service design.
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