Secrets Cap Cana Resort & Spa Officially Opens

Pictured from left to right: Luis Nunez, regional commercial director of AMResorts, Dominican Republic; Lionel Gomez, Secrets Cap Cana general manger; Rachel and Joseph Giordano, the first guests of Secrets Cap Cana; Gonzalo del Peon, president of AMResorts and Javier Estelrich, regional vice president of operations of AMResorts, Dominican Republic.

AMResorts, a subsidiary of Apple Leisure Group, continues to expand its Secrets Resorts & Spas brand with the opening of Secrets Cap Cana Resort & Spa. 

The 457-room, adults-only resort in the exclusive gated community of Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic marks a new destination for the AMResorts Collection and the 15th property in the Secrets Resorts & Spas portfolio.

In addition to offering guests its signature Unlimited-Luxury concept, where everything is included, adults can expect elegant accommodations, including bungalow-style and swim out suites, romantic inclusions such as Make a Secret extras and complimentary newlywed and anniversary packages, an expansive infinity pool, eight gourmet restaurants and more. The hotel is also home to the Secrets Spa by Pevonia.

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Guests at Secrets Cap Cana Resort & Spa can also enjoy access to the high-end surroundings, including a championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, marina, stables, an equestrian center with polo fields and world-class fishery.

Visit www.secretsresorts.com

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