Blue Diamond Resorts reopens hotel in Uvero Alto with the Royalton CHIC brand
The Canadian hotel chain provides 450 direct jobs and adds 2,000 rooms to the Dominican tourism sector
The Blue Diamond Resorts hotel chain celebrated the reopening of its Royalton CHIC Punta Cana hotel, An Autograph Collection All-Inclusive Resort & Casino - Adults Only, with a direct impact on the economy of more than 450 families, including re-entries and new collaborators. This figure is intended to increase as occupancy increases in the coming months.
Behind the reopening of this adults-only hotel there is a strong investment in the eastern region of the Dominican Republic. With a renewed brand that proved to be a success in the tourist reopening in Mexico, the Canadian company decided to bring the new tailor-made party concept to Uvero Alto under the name Royalton CHIC Punta Cana.
The reopening was carried out after intensive renovation work on the property, with an investment amount of more than 5 million dollars. Common areas, rooms, restaurants and other entertainment venues were renovated in order to raise the quality of the guest experience.
This action is an indicator of Blue Diamond Resorts' commitment to reactivating the Dominican tourism sector, which continues its development with the reopening of air routes to Punta Cana and foreign investment.
Derived from the important international news of the high-end all-inclusive industry in which the most important American chains in the world have decided to enter, this property comes to the region as part of the prestigious Autograph Collection brand by Marriott International, increasing the development of the region.
Complying with the protocols and recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO), Blue Diamond Resorts offers vacations with guaranteed safety, under the hygiene measures implemented for each stage of its guests' stay. As part of the safety efforts for employees and customers, this property has 98% of employees who have received their first dose of vaccination.
Along with its four other properties in the region, the Blue Diamond Resorts chain adds more than 2,000 rooms to the tourism sector in the Dominican Republic.