Grupo Piñero officially opened Cayo Levantado Resort this Friday, a complex located on the Samaná peninsula (Dominican Republic) and through which the company enters the luxury segment with its hotel division, according to a press release.
The opening ceremony was attended by the president and founder of Grupo Piñero, Isabel García Lorca, and the executive vice president and CEO, Encarna Piñero.
This exclusive resort has 218 rooms distributed in 10 typologies with different atmospheres inspired by the nature of the country, from Junior Suite rooms to private villas with capacity for up to 8 people.
During their stay, guests have access to four programs designed by professionals with “extensive experience” in wellness, who are part of the Cayo Levantado Resort staff: Refresh, Restore, Relax and Renew.
In addition, this experience will allow visitors to enjoy higher-intensity activities and physical training therapies, as well as spa treatments, menus adapted by nutritionists and meditation sessions with an emphasis on spiritual growth.
As for the gastronomic offer, the new resort offers six restaurants with a selective catering and cocktail service, highlighting international, healthy, Mediterranean, Nikkei fusion, steak house and traditional Dominican food.
In order to protect the ecosystem, preserve the fauna and flora and minimize the ecological impact on Cayo Levantado, Grupo Piñero is committed to innovation and sustainability in all aspects of its new space.
For this reason, the resort has a water production (and bottling) plant using condensation and photovoltaic panels.
On resource savings, the ‘check in’ dispenses with the use of paper with identification bracelets, the rooms meet the criteria of zero plastics and has a room control system “RoomXperiencie” that allows each guest to control their actual energy consumption with lighting control, presence sensors, door and window opening sensor, as well as temperature and humidity control.