On September 10, Princess Hotels & Resorts reopened two of its hotels in the Dominican Republic, the Caribe Deluxe Princess and Tropical Deluxe Princess, two five-star establishments located in Punta Cana.
The hotel company explains that both establishments have been renovated “both in structure and services” and feature modern facilities and tropical décor to transmit to guests the “hospitable warmth that characterizes the Caribbean”.
Located in the same Playa Bávaro complex, both establishments are all-inclusive and share services such as 7 restaurants, 1 cafeteria, 1 ice cream parlor, 9 bars and 1 sports bar. Other facilities include three swimming pools, a children’s club with a water park, a spa, a gym, and sports areas with a tennis court, a soccer field and mini-golf. There is also transportation to the Avalon Casino, located at the Grand Bávaro Princess.
The Tropical Deluxe Princess stands out for its focus on families – 124 of its 310 rooms are family suites. It also offers a wide variety of sports and entertainment activities. The Caribe Deluxe Princess has a total of 344 rooms (115 suites).
Princess Hotels & Resorts has been operating in the Caribbean for 13 years. The Spanish chain Princess was founded in 1967 and currently holds the tenth position in the Spanish market ranking. It currently has a total of 22 hotels in Spain and the Caribbean.