As Punta Cana continues to soar in popularity and welcome more travelers, hotels and resorts in the coastal destination are carrying out large-scale renovations.
Be Live is the latest firm to announce extensive makeovers of some of its Punta Cana properties.
The company has announced it will temporarily close three of its largest resorts, which comprise nearly 2000 rooms in the country’s eastern provinces.
Here’s what travelers can expect after the renovations are complete:
Be Live To Renovate And Rebrand Punta Cana Properties
Be Live Hotels, a major Spanish hospitality chain operating several properties in the Dominican Republic, has announced that it will temporarily close its Punta Cana and La Romana resorts for renovations.
The renovations will take place during the low season, when hotel occupancy rates are below average, and will conclude in August when Be Live will officially launch its new resort brand, Sunscape Resorts & Spas.
According to the firm, the renovations are aimed at improving the resorts’ all-inclusive family-friendly amenities. Travelers can look forward to a greater variety of on-site activities, including beachside excursions and snorkeling, as well as more luxurious furnishings.
The costly project will transform the look and feel of the resorts’ rooms, giving them a colorful and lively appeal that suits the brand’s new identity.
The renovated properties will feature a range of room categories that are perfect for the whole family, many of which will have stunning views of the beaches surrounding the properties.
After the completion of the renovation, guests will have access to all the benefits and perks of the new Unlimited Fun all-inclusive model.
With a focus on elevated standards of luxury and fun, travelers in the brand’s family-friendly resorts can benefit from the Explorer’s Club, an exclusive supervised area for kids under the age of 12.
Be Live Collection Punta Cana is one of the firm’s properties that is set to receive a major facelift.
The 5-star 688-room is a top-rated family-friendly property featuring a wide range of room types, in addition to plenty of lavish amenities.
Travelers can find eight restaurants, six bars, and a disco. While the resort is generally geared towards the whole family, it’s also a great choice for adult travelers who can kick back at the 5 adults-only pools.
The other property set to be renovated is the lavish Be Live Collection Punta Cana Adults Only, which focuses on couples and adult solo travelers.
Situated in Cabeza de Toro, a popular resort neighborhood, the 406-room resort features a VIP Lounge and a delicious array of international cuisine that delights even the most demanding foodies.
Last but not least, Be Live Collection Canoa, an 871-suite property in La Romana is also set to receive upgrades to its rooms and amenities. The resort boasts a mix of adults-only and family-friendly qualities.
Couples and honeymooners can enjoy its spacious villas and adults-only club, as well as the exclusive spa area and romantic beachside experiences.
Meanwhile, families can take advantage of the kids club and watersports area, making it a great all-around property.
With travel numbers soaring, a growing number of firms are choosing to renovate their properties in an attempt to stand out among the strong competition and to attract new clients, including the 5-star Cayo Levatnado eco-resort near Samaná.
The Dominican Republic is expected to smash all of its tourism records in 2023 on the back of growing international travel interest.
Known for its sunny coastline, luxurious all-inclusive resorts, and laid-back tropical culture, the Dominican Republic has been featured in many ‘must-visit’ lists and is featured in Tripadisor’s top 10 destinations in 2023.
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