Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar Receives $30 Million Renovation

Courtesy of Grupo Piñero

Grupo Piñero, the parent company of Bahia Principe, is making a $30 million investment to revamp Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar. Located in Punta Cana, the 528-room oceanfront property will reopen in November becoming an adults-only vacation destination with updated accommodations and new facilities.

Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar’s makeover began in June with hotel rooms and common areas receiving updates. The property incorporated 144 swim-up suites that give guests access to a newly-built private pool surrounded by the hotel’s gardens. Also, the hotel’s restaurants were reimagined and will now have modern interior designs. Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar is part of the brand’s seven-property complex on Bavaro Beach in Punta Cana, which has begun to receive some upgrades of its own. Guests of all Luxury properties will have access to a brand-new sports bar and fitness center for guests 18 years and older.

Grupo Piñero has been revamping and expanding the brand. In Punta Cana, Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar Green will reopen as Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine in November, an adults-only, entertainment-focused property. Similarly, Luxury Bahia Principe Fantasia will be renamed to Fantasia Bahia Principe Punta Cana. In Spain, Fantasia Bahia Principe Tenerife will debut this quarter as Bahia Principe’s newest resort and the brand completed a comprehensive renovation of Sunlight Bahia Principe Coral Playa in May 2018.

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