Pedernales tourism progress is evident from the model room

The development of this province as an outstanding tourist pole in the country continues to take shape. With the existence of a port and progress in hotel projects, the transformation seems unstoppable.

With details that recreate the natural biodiversity of Cabo Rojo and the exotic views of the place, the executive director of the General Directorate of Public-Private Partnerships (DGAPP), Sigmund Freund, showed in pictures how the interior of the model room of one of the three hotels being built in the first phase of the Cabo Rojo tourism development project looks like.

In a visit to the construction of the hotel, which will be operated by the Spanish hotel chain Iberostar and will have 580 rooms, Freund said: “As promised in the second quarter of 2024, the model room of the Iberostar hotel is finished.

The model room is of the Family Plus Slow Standard type, with a spaciousness of 77 square meters, has a closet with mini bar at the entrance, king bed, dressing table, desk, a bathroom, double sinks, bathtub, shower, toilet area, and top quality finishes throughout the interior with some handcrafted materials and a terrace balcony overlooking the sea.

The model room is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to enhance the guest experience.

This includes automation systems for lighting and climate control, as well as advanced connectivity services. In addition, customized comfort elements, such as high-end mattresses and bath products, have been incorporated to ensure a pleasant and memorable stay.

The model room is the Family Plus Slow Standard type, according to the information.

This hotel, which will be the first to partially start operations at the end of this year, is designed under the principles of sustainability, modernity and integration with nature.

Its services will be focused on the needs of its visitors and families, offering services such as spa, restaurants, swimming pool and children’s club.

Its modern architecture is complemented by facades that reflect the colors of the surroundings, inspired by the iguana, an emblematic animal of the area. The curved figures of its anatomy are inserted into an ideal structure within a strict conservation program for protected and natural areas.

The architectural concept, based on materiality and color, chameleons the mimicry of these structures in a natural setting. According to explanations offered, as an action consistent with environmental sustainability it was designed in a limited footprint on the area available for development, respecting its native vegetation and the nature of the place.

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