The newly-formed Serenade Caribbean Hotels will launch its flagship hotel – the Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort – in June 2020 in the Punta Cana area of the Dominican Republic.
The 603-room, all-inclusive resort will be located 10 minutes from the Punta Cana Airport and 15 minutes from downtown.
The Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort will offer families, couples and guests of all ages a complete vacation experience highlighted by luxurious accommodations, gastronomic specialties at six restaurants and five snack bars, day and nighttime diversions, casino, Etra Spa, discotheque, theater and meeting and event space.
Aimee Tejeda, director of sales and marketing, observed: “We have been working hard the past year to develop the Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort brand for travelers who want an amazing all-inclusive vacation in Punta Cana. We have built the resort from the ground up maintaining our vision of a value-added experience highlighted by luxury accommodations, amenities and services that will appeal to all guests. We are excited to bring Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort to the Dominican Republic starting in June 2020.”
Facing the Atlantic Ocean, Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort is surrounded by the beauty of lush flora featuring gardens, coconut trees, palm trees, vegetation and Playa Cabeza de Toro, a white sand beach perfect for sunbathing and enjoying the crystal turquoise waters of the ocean.
The resort broke ground on Oct. 17, 2018 and is being designed with modern architecture and interiors that are aligned with an elegant and refined atmosphere in a Caribbean setting. The resort’s style utilizes local materials, stones, colors and textures in a neutral palette accented by warm-coloured decorations.
Guests will enjoy an all-inclusive vacation at Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa Resort featuring all meals and snacks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; standard Wi-Fi internet access, use of the fully-equipped fitness center, daily activities, entrance for the kids and teens clubs, use of non-motorized water sports, nightly entertainment (casino, disco, shows); and gratuities, taxes and surcharges.