SuperClubs Ceases Management of Breezes Punta Cana Resort, Spa & Casino

SuperClubs will cease management of Breezes Punta Cana Resort, Spa & Casino, effective immediately. The owners of the resort, Sol De Plata Bavaro Sa, have sold the property to an investor group, and in the process, the existing management contract with SuperClubs was brought to an end. SuperClubs had managed Breezes Punta Cana Resort, Spa & Casino since August 2002, after signing on and re-branding the former LTI Sol De Plata hotel. Vacation packages booked at Breezes Punta Cana will remain unaffected, and there will be no immediate changes to amenities and facilities at the resort. Guests will be contacted and alerted of the management change; they can also contact SuperClubs for questions about their booking by calling 800-GO-SUPER and selecting option #2 for "existing reservations." This hotline is available 24/7. Travel agent commissions on current bookings will be protected. For more information on SuperClubs Resorts, visit [].

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