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AMResorts, a subsidiary of Apple Leisure Group, inaugurated the official opening of Sunscape Puerto Plata Dominican Republic with an event presided by the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina.
President Medina performed the ribbon-cutting ceremony accompanied by Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group, Gilberto Sandretto, CEO of Ampusk International and Tommaso Sandretto, Managing Director of Ampusk International. Also present were Francisco Javier García, Minister of Tourism; Enrique Ramírez, General Manager of BanReservas; José Ramón Peralta, Minister Administrative of the Presidency; Gustavo Montalvo, Minister of the Presidency; Gonzalo Castillo, Minister of Public Works; Jean Alain Rodríguez, Director of the Dominican Republic Export and Investment Center (CEI-RD); and Simón Lizardo, Minister of Finance.
Situated in the northern part of the island, the family-friendly hotel has 585 rooms and offers guests beautiful beaches and the brand’s Unlimited-Fun vacation concept. Guests can also upgrade to the Sun Club, an exclusive section that offers extra snacks, desserts and beverages in a private lounge.
Everything is included within the Unlimited–Fun vacation concept at Sunscape Puerto Plata, starting with the resort’s Explorer’s Club for Kids (ages 3-12) and Core Zone Teens Club (ages 13-17). Signature experiences include a special kid’s check-in with red carpet stairs, welcome treats and resort passports. Guests will also enjoy seven bars, nine reservation-free dining options, live music, local entertainment and more.
Sunscape Puerto Plata is surrounded by an 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones and located along the Atlantic coastline, offering its guests a wide variety of water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking and scuba diving. For guests feeling a bit more adventurous, excursions can be found near the 27 rivers and falls known as the 27 waterfalls of Damajagua.
The hotel inauguration was attended by representatives from the major tour operators and tourism companies in Santo Domingo and Santiago as well as local hotel executives from around the region, travel agents, diplomats and special guests.