Nickelodeon Punta Cana Now Live Through U.S. Tour Operators

Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana is now live and available for bookings through the following U.S. operators: Funjet Vacations, Classic Vacations, Travel Impressions, Exclusive Group Travel, Vacation Express, MLT Vacations and American Airlines Vacations.

Located on Uvero Alto beach in the Dominican Republic, the upscale property aims to deliver surprise "slimings" and unexpected visits from clients' favorite Nickelodeon characters. 

The beachfront resort will feature 208 suites in seven styles designed to cater to a variety of tastes, from Jacuzzi Pads and Flats to Swim-Up Suites.  

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Guests may also choose to book one of four exclusive, two- and three-bedroom Super Villas, providing upwards of 2,200 square feet of vacationing space each, including the Pineapple Villa, inspired by SpongeBob SquarePants' own home in Bikini Bottom.  

At the heart of the resort will be the Nickelodeon Place with areas to tickle the senses of kids and adults alike. As a Gourmet Inclusive property, dining will be available at 10 Gourmet Inclusive restaurants, two Gourmet Corners, four bars and lounges, and the Doppio Coffee Shop, which will offer worldly cuisine and feature the freshest and finest ingredients. 

Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana will open on May 15. 

Reservations are currently being accepted and can be booked by calling (844) SEE-NICK or by visiting www.nickresortpuntacana.com.

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