Sirenis Announces Reopening and Rebranding of Punta Cana Resort

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After a $30 million renovation, Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames will reopen in mid-December as Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort.

Returning guests will notice updates to the resort’s Aquagames water park, as well as to the main restaurants, lobby and common areas. Sirenis will have finished a complete avant-garde redesign of all the hotel’s guestrooms. The renovations will also add new themed restaurants and a children’s club.

The 816-room resort is located on a coconut grove in Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. It is about a 40-minute trip from Punta Cana Airport. The beachfront property’s amenities include a casino, two pools, a mini driving range, both motorized and non-motorized watersports, the nightclub lounge El Bonche, a spa and the Aquagames water park.

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Sirenis Hotels & Resorts is a nearly 50-year-old family-run hotel company based in Ibiza. It operates luxury hotels in Ibiza, the Dominican Republic and Mexico. It currently owns nine hotels, six in Ibiza, one in Punta Cana, one in Riviera Maya, Mexico and another in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico. The company also operates two Aquagames water parks, one in Punta Cana and another in Ibiza.

The company will be opening the new Grand Sirenis San Andres in Colombia. It will be a 332-room five-star hotel and will open in the summer of 2019.

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