Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Grupo De Valle Sign LA Quinta in Pedernales-Cabo Rojo, Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo. May 15, 2023

The Ocean Front La Quinta Pedernales - Cabo Rojo is signed and approved and is expected to begin construction during the Fall of 2023 and open in the Summer of 2025. A direct result of Fairmont, S.R.L leadership, represented by Mr. Guillermo Estrella of Estrella & Tupete's belief in both the presidents Luis Abinader and Minister of Tourism David Collado's vision to develop the area.

The Cabo Rojo area has plans to build 12,000 resort hotel rooms over the next ten years. "The Ocean Front La Quinta Pedernales - Cabo Rojo adds value to the government's development plans, bringing the necessary hotel product that is usually forgotten in resort areas." Guillermo Estrella of Estrella and Tupete.

The property emphasizes sustainable comfort that blends into the surroundings, native flora, and fauna, connecting guests with the beaches and environment.

They are designed to house 110 rooms, a lobby bar with co-working spaces, a pool lounge, and a seaside restaurant and grill. Additionally, it is a family-focused hotel with many children's play areas and activities, family rooms for four, single and double bedrooms, and six suites.

"The future hotel marks a milestone signing for the Wyndham Hotels brand. It welcomes a new and highly sought-after destination to its portfolio in the Dominican Republic with Grupo De Valle and its regional partners. " Edward De Valle II Chairman of Grupo De Valle II.

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