Adults-Only Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine Opens In PUJ
Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw
Bahia Principe Hotels & Resort has announced the opening of the 489-suite Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine in Punta Cana. The property is the first adults-only hotel under the Grand Bahia Principe brand.
"At Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts, we pride ourselves on providing upscale yet approachable hospitality in the Caribbean and we've recently taken the initiative to clearly segment and develop each one of our property's personalities," said Lluisa Salord, SVP of global sales, contracting and distribution, Grupo Piñero.
"With the opening of Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine, we hope to strengthen our adults-only business while ensuring consistent quality across our accommodations, amenities and distinct entertainment program. We experienced a demand for an adults-only Grand property in Punta Cana, and we are confident that Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine will exceed our guests' expectations."
Daytime activities and nightly entertainment will include everything from wine tasting classes to rum mixology lessons, card and board game tournaments to themed parties with live music and shows. Other events to be hosted at the property include burlesque performances, foam parties and DJ socials at the hotel lobby.
For fitness aficionados, new wellness and sports activities will be held throughout Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine, including TRX workouts, CrossFit, Zumba, HIIT training and merengue and salsa dance lessons.
Guests of Grand Bahia Principe Aquamarine will enjoy unlimited a la carte dinners and access to the three other Grand Bahia Principe hotels of the complex. The complex feature a la carte dining establishments serving cuisine from across the globe, including traditional Dominican fare, Italian specialties, American steakhouse fare and Japanese-Peruvian cuisine.
Bahia Principe's Bavaro complex is also getting some upgrades of its own, including a new sports bar and fitness centre exclusively for adults.
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