News for the Hospitality Executive
Cap Cana S.A. Signs Wyndham to Operate a 497-unit
Resort at Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
PARSIPPANY, N.J. (June 5, 2008) – Wyndham Hotels and Resorts today announced that a 497-unit luxury Wyndham resort now being developed at Cap Cana, an oceanfront community on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic near Punta Cana, is scheduled to open during the fourth quarter of this year.
Green Village at Cap Cana, A Wyndham Grand Bay Resort, will feature luxury one-bedroom bungalows, two-bedroom villas and four- to six-bedroom residences constructed by Cap Cana S.A. and managed by Wyndham Hotel Management Inc.
Featured amenities will include an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf
course; 5,000 square feet of meeting space with access to an adjacent convention
center; 3,550-square-foot Wyndham Blue Harmony ™ spa; fitness center; three-meal
casual American restaurant; Spanish Mediterranean-themed restaurant; the
Wyndham brand’s new combination café, barista and food mart named
“Eat. Refresh. Live.”; three bars and lounges; two swimming pools; infinity-edge
pools at individual villas; and a host of recreational activities including
tennis and scuba-diving.
Cap Cana S.A. is a subsidiary of The Abrisa Group, a Dominican Republic
holding company. For the development of the project, Cap Cana S.A. brought
together a team of professionals including Nicklaus Design, Coastal Systems
International Inc., Weitz Golf International, GVA, Troon Golf and Stewart
Title, among others. For more information on Cap Cana, visit www.capcana.com.
|Also See:||Cap Cana Joins Forces With Ritz-Carlton To Develop 220-room Resort and Residential Project In Dominican Republic / September 2007|
|Jack Nicklaus' First Dominican Republic Golf Course Opens; Punta Espada One of Three Nicklause Courses Planned for Cap Cana, a 1.5 billion Destination Resort / November 2006|
|Grupo del Caribe Planning a Multi-Billion-Dollar Resort Destination in the Dominican Republic; three Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, Several Hotels / Nov 2001|