Club Med Improves Resort Amenities at Punta Cana, Dominican Republic Property

Club Med Punta CanaClub Med has improved amenities at its Dominican Republic property, Club Med Punta Cana, including its Mini Club Med educational child programming and refurbished conference center, to the latest sport equipment and facilities. The resort also includes improved lounge and dining experiences and new shuttle service for all guests.

The property also introduces a new Mini Club Med designed to improve the creative and cognitive skills of children ages 4–10. The Mini Club Med now has three themed rooms: the Music Academy, Art Studio and Game Factory. The facilities feature a water park, enhanced baby gym and an array of sports classes for the children.

Club Med offers a variety of activities with expert instruction including windsurfing, sailing, archery, flying trapeze, fitness classes, and tennis, with 14 refreshed courts to choose from. Club Med has partnered with the Corales Golf Club and La Cana Golf courses. Corales has an exclusive 18-hole course with six oceanfront holes while La Cana offers a 27-hole course consisting of three nines, including 14 holes.  

Guests at the resort have access to multiple pools including a lagoon pool and children's splash park, three gourmet restaurants including the newly renovated Celeste snack bar which is now a full-service beachfront restaurant, sports activities and the first L'Occitane-branded spa in the Caribbean

Tiara Luxury Space – a boutique hotel within the resort – offers multiple bedroom suite accommodations, exclusive concierge service, a private pool and Pearl Bar which hosts special cocktail hours. 

Visit www.clubmed.us.

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