Meliá opens a luxury hotel in the Dominican Republic after an investment of 96.6 million in its remodeling

Third of the brand ‘Paradisus by Meliá’ in the country

Meliá Hotels International has announced the opening in the Dominican Republic of the hotel ‘The Grand Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real’, after investing 110 million dollars (96.6 million euros) in its transformation into a luxury establishment.

It is the first The Grand Reserve of Paradisus by Meliá, and the third resort operated under the brand ‘Paradisus by Meliá’ in the Dominican Republic. The hotel chain has 23 establishments in the country located in Playa Bávaro and Punta Cana.

Accompanying the opening of The Grand Reserve, Meliá Hotels International has transformed another of its resorts in the Dominican Republic, converting the classic ‘Meliá Caribe Tropical’ into two state-of-the-art hotels, ‘Meliá Punta Cana Beach’ (adults only) and ‘Meliá Caribe Beach ‘(for families), which have also opened their doors in recent days.

Meliá Hotels International has invested 140 million dollars (123 million euros) in both projects. Specifically, 30 million (256.3 million euros) for the transformation of what was the ‘Meliá Caribe Tropical’ and 110 million (96.6 million euros) for The Grand Reserve.

‘The Grand Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real’, designed with a circular shape, has 288 rooms and a total of 14 restaurants and bars, as well as a modern cigar bar. It also has a wide variety of activities and guests can enjoy from a spa with many treatments and therapies to a new water park.