Senator reopens its Puerto Plata resort after closing in spring 2020 due to the pandemic

The hotel chain Senator Hotels & Resorts has celebrated the reopening of its Senator Puerto Plata Spa Resort in the Dominican Republic, which was still closed due to the pandemic in March 2020.

In addition to celebrating the reopening, the event included the inauguration of the new Senzia Spa & Wellness wellness center that the resort will now have, as explained by the firm based in Roquetas de Mar (Almeria) in a note. This space of more than 1,500 square meters houses a water circuit, Jacuzzis, sauna, a beauty salon and cabins for individual or couple massage therapies.

The event, which took place in the resort’s own facilities, was personally organized by the Rossell family, owners of the chain, led by José María Rossell Recasens. The event was attended by prominent members of the Dominican government, including the President, Luis Abinader; the Minister of Tourism, David Collado; and the Administrative Minister of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza.

For the tourism label, the event “evidences the excellent relationship that exists between the Government of the Dominican Republic and the chain, firmly committed to making Puerto Plata a first class tourist destination”.

Since the arrival of Senator Hotels & Resorts on the island, international markets such as Poland, Russia, Germany, the United States and Canada have been opened, although the chain also intends to promote local tourism, “which also enjoys enormous importance”.

With the reopening of Senator Puerto Plata and the inauguration of its new spa and wellness facilities, Senator Hotels & Resorts begins a new stage in the Caribbean “with more strength and enthusiasm than ever and with the firm commitment to continue growing in its first international destination to date”.

Currently, the Senator Puerto Plata complex has numerous bars and restaurants, outdoor pools, Jacuzzis, gym, stores, casino and, of course, access to a paradisiacal beach of white sand and turquoise waters of more than a kilometer long.

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