Wyndham to build “The Ocean Front La Quinta” hotel on Pedernales’ boardwalk

The Wyndham Hotels & Resorts chain, Fermont Group, SRL, and Grupo De Valle announced an agreement to develop the 110-room “The Ocean Front La Quinta” hotel in Pedernales on the city’s boardwalk, scheduled to open in the summer of 2025.

The information was offered by Edward De Valle II, representing Grupo del Valle, who said that this alliance is possible because the participants believe in the development project of the southern region promoted by President Luis Abinader and the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, with the construction of 12,000 rooms in the next ten years in the Pedernales area.

La Quinta, an ocean front hotel, will focus on the family, in addition to a lobby bar with work spaces, the swimming pool, a restaurant and grill by the sea, will have play areas and activities for children, family rooms for four people, single and double rooms and six suites.

“The Ocean Front La Quinta Pedernales will emphasize sustainable comfort, blending its infrastructure with the environment, native flora and fauna, and connecting guests with the paradisiacal beaches and the environment, said Edward De Valle II, President of Grupo De Valle.

“The future hotel marks a milestone for the Wyndham Hotels brand, and welcomes a new and highly sought-after destination to its portfolio in the Dominican Republic with Grupo De Valle and its regional partners,” he said.

This project,” said Del Valle, “will add value to the government’s development plans, because it provides a necessary hotel product “that is generally forgotten in the development of tourist areas.

La Quinta by Wyndham DR

The company Fairmont, SRL, Grupo De Valle, Estrella & Tupete, and Wyndham Exclusive Development Partners, are currently building a hotel “La Quinta in Puerto Plata”, scheduled to open in the fall of 2024.

Last March, Grupo De Valle and Estrella & Tupete, with the presence of Vice President Raquel Peña, initiated the development of the La Quinta San Francisco de Macoris project.

With this establishment, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Grupo De Valle join the tourism development project launched last year by President Abinader in Cabo Rojo, Pedernales, near the famous “Bahía de las Águilas” beach, where the construction of the tourism infrastructure and the first three hotels has already begun. In addition, the road network, aqueduct and sewage system are being improved and the construction of an international airport is underway. The development includes the adaptation of the Cabo Rojo port as a cruise ship terminal.

Source: 7dias.com.do


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