Highly Anticipated Radisson Blu Resort & Residence Debuts in Punta Cana

The New Tropical Resort Will Offer an Upscale, All-Inclusive Experience Starting November 15

Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo. December 08, 2020

Radisson Blu Resort & Residence Punta Cana officially opened its doors on November 15, 2020, as the first of its kind in the Dominican Republic. One of the few Radisson Blu hotels in the world to offer the all-inclusive experience, the beachfront resort will stay true to the brand's promise to deliver memorable vacations with personalized service, stylish spaces, and exquisite attention to detail.

"The opening of Radisson Blu in Punta Cana marks an important milestone in our corporate history and is a testament to our confidence in the reactivation of tourism in the Dominican Republic," said Francisco Jorge, Vice President of ACH Hoteles & Resorts, the company behind this Radisson Blu franchise. "We are proud to expand Radisson's footprint in the Caribbean, offering our guests the quality of service that has made the brand a staple in the tourism industry, combined with the idyllic natural charm of one of the best Dominican beaches," he added.

Radisson Blu Resort & Residence Punta Cana, a short 15-minute drive from Punta Cana International Airport, features 164 suites along 12 buildings on the shores of Cabeza de Toro beach. The all-suite property is divided into four deluxe suite categories, including spacious Junior Suites and Penthouses of two and three rooms, all of which enjoy either ocean, garden, or pool views. Among the premium in-room amenities are rain showers, gourmet coffee and tea station, plush bathrobes, and more.

Exceptional international and local fare take center stage at the six a la carte restaurants on property. The gourmet options range from Mediterranean and Asian fusion to Dominican flavors, several displaying seaside views. For guests interested in dining in the comfort of their suite, the property also offers 24-hour in-room dining services. Additionally, guests can unwind with crafted cocktails at one of the property's five bars and lounges.

Travelers checking in before December 31st, 2020, can benefit from the Dominican Republic's free health insurance, a measure recently taken by the government to boost tourism to the country. Additionally, the resort is adhering to both Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, developed in partnership with SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing, and certification company, and the protocols outlined by the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism (MITUR) and the Dominican National Association of Hotels and Tourism (ASONAHORES).


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