Wyndham is launching the Dominican Republic’s first-ever Alltra property in the seaside resort town of Samaná.
Situated in the northeastern part of the country, the small coastal town has emerged as one of the most popular locations for new resorts.
Alltra is a relatively new brand of all-inclusive resorts owned by Playa Hotels & Resorts.
Created in 2021, the brand focuses on hassle-free luxury accommodation, and there are currently three Alltra properties in Mexico.
Wyndham To Continue Dominican Republic Expansion With New Samaná Property
One of the largest hospitality firms in the Dominican Republic, Wyndham has expanded its presence in the country aggressively.
The hospitality giant recently announced a new plan to launch the first Alltra property on the sun-soaked island in late 2023.
The new Wyndham Alltra Samaná will have 404 spacious rooms and will be the fourth property of its kind in the Caribbean.
Expectations for the new property are high; being the first Alltra resort in the Dominican Republic, executives want to elevate the standard of service and luxury.
Alltra – which derives its name from All-Inclusive Travel for All, is a brand that promises a carefree and luxurious experience for the whole family.
While its resorts are the perfect family-friendly getaway, it also caters to couples and solo travelers.
Wyndham is currently renovating an existing property to transform it into an industry-leading Alltra resort.
Some of the main areas that are set to receive a major makeover include the main lobby, bars, and restaurants, and of course – the rooms.
Once extensive renovations are complete, travelers can expect up-to-date and modern furnishings, with hints of local design throughout the property.
Outside of the suites, guests can look forward to all the bells and whistles typically found in an all-inclusive property, plus some new standout features.
The all-inclusive property will offer everything from unlimited food and drink to local experiences and activities; from lazy afternoons by the pool to exploring nearby beaches, Wyndham Alltra will provide a memorable time for travelers of all ages.
“We are happy to expand the Wyndham Alltra brand, and we are delighted to announce a new Dominican Republic property,” Fernando Mulet, the director for Playa Hotels investments, said in a statement.
The Dominican Republic has seen its popularity skyrocket among travelers over the past year.
While Punta Cana remains the most popular destination, more and more visitors are interested in experiencing other parts of the sun-soaked country, which is full of hidden gems.
Wyndham has been growing its presence in the Dominican Republic noticeably, announcing 18 new properties to be built over the following years.
One of its latest undertakings includes the Grand Torre Everest in the country’s capital of Santo Domingo.
Slated to open in 2025, the new high-rise property will be one of the tallest buildings in the city.
Samaná Soars In Popularity Among Travelers
Wyndham has chosen Samaná as the location for its newest ultra-luxury property.
There is certainly no shortage of stunning tropical destinations to choose from in the Dominican Republic.
While Punta Cana would be an obvious choice, a growing number of firms are opting for a change of scenery.
The seaside resort town has been gaining attention among travelers recently, with brands like Hodelpa announcing new resorts there.
The quaint and colorful town is known for its laid-back ambiance and pristine coastline.
With plenty of tropical scenery to go around, travelers can enjoy miles-long white-sand beaches in Samaná.
Some of the best beaches available for travelers in the area include Playa Cayacoa and Playa Rincón, with the latter often regarded as one of the best in the world.
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