Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Opens After Renovation, Renaming

Sirenis to rebrand Punta Cana resort with $30M redesign by Maat Handasa and Paulina Moran.

Formerly Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames, Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort reopened this past weekend following a $30 million renovation. The transformation included resort-wide room renovations, the addition of two buildings and several new services and amenities.

The resort’s renovation involved a complete renovation of its guestrooms, lobby, common areas and restaurants. With 10 dining options, the redesigned property returned with two completely new options: the Mexican cuisine-focused Tex Mex and the Brazilian-style steakhouse La Gira Rodizio.

With its reopening, Grand Sirenis unveiled two new buildings that house an assortment of services. Among these additional offerings are a kids’ club, fitness center, medical center, pharmacy, beauty salon and local craft shops. Elsewhere on the property, the resort introduced a 7,000 square foot spa, a live music stage and an upgraded pool and beach area.


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Located on the Uvero Alto beach in the Dominican Republic, the resort is designed to cater to the whole family. The new Sirenis Kids Club offers a Lego building zone, a ‘master chef’ section, arts and crafts activities and more. Adults can visit the casino, drink at a swim up bar or go dancing at El Bonche. Additional activities and amenities include the Aquagames Water Park, seven themed restaurants, three buffets, 11 cocktail bars, two pools with beach-style access, watersports and more.

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