Construction Begins on New Ultra-Luxury Boutique Hotel in Cap Cana

Cap Cana Resort recently announced the construction of the Eden Roc at Cap Cana, which is being described by the company as a "six-star" luxury hotel featuring 41 rooms distributed amongst 37 bungalows in the Dominican Republic.

The opening of this latest addition to the Cap Cana family is scheduled for the 2011 winter season. The new residential and luxury resort will be constructed on 8,000 square meters of land, at an estimated cost of $20 million.

Cap Cana is a residential tourism complex situated in the country’s eastern most region. The Eden Roc will feature 41 suites, which will range in size from 120 to 400 square meters each. It will also feature a private spa, pool, two restaurants (one Italian and the second French Mediterranean) and world-class beaches.

Guests will also have access to all the recreational facilities Cap Cana has to offer such as a Jack Nicklaus golf course, a fully equipped marina, a spa, shops, aquatic sports and a yacht club.
The boutique hotel is affiliated to the Leading Hotels of the World international chain, which specializes in luxury hotels and resorts.

“Our most important objective is to build a six-star hotel in the Dominican Republic which will be able to compete with other top international boutique hotels in Europe, the U.S. and Asia,” said Franck Messiah, Vice-president of Solaya Hotels, the company that is developing the project, in a written release.


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