New Luxurious Bahia Principe Hotel to Open on Aruba in 2016

Grupo Pinero will take a new leap forward in expanding its hotel business by building an establishment in Aruba, located south of the Dominican Republic and north of Venezuela

The Palma de Mallorca-based company's new hotel is expected to open its doors in the summer of 2016, and will comply with the chain's highest standards of luxury and exclusivity under the Luxury Bahia Principe Don Pablo Collection brand.

The Luxury Bahia Principe Baby Beach Don Pablo Collection will have 950 rooms, the majority of which will be Junior Suites (908), and the rest Suites (42). 


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The facilities will include the Pueblo Príncipe leisure complex, a theatre, a casino, several speciality restaurants, a gym, a spa, sports courts, and more. The plans also include designing specialised spaces and services for specific segments such as weddings, groups, corporate incentive trips and families.

The new resort will be located on the Seroe Colorado coast in the southern town of San Nicolas. Baby Beach in particular is one of the most beautiful in the world, and will lend its name to the new hotel complex.

Aruba is a secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean. It has a tourist-based economy, with tourism as the main source of income for its one million residents, and yet it preserves large wilderness areas along the coast and inland for enjoying nature.


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