Following the completion of a $30 million dollar renovation and repositioning, the family-friendly, all-inclusive resort Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort, located on Uvero Alto Beach, has reopened. Home to one of the destination’s largest water parks, the all-new resort began welcoming guests this past weekend.
The resort’s transformation includes a complete renovation of guestrooms, lobby, common areas and restaurants, in addition to improvements of its complimentary services and amenities.
There are two new buildings that are home to the Sirenios Kids Club—featuring a range of activities including a Lego building zone, “master chef” section, and arts & crafts activities—a fitness center, medical center, pharmacy, beauty salon, local craft shops and more; and guests now have access to a 7,000-sq.-ft. spa offering a wide range of services. The resort has also added a stage for live music as well as a completely upgraded pool and beach area featuring a 120-seat picnic table section.
New onsite restaurant concepts include Tex Mex, serving authentic Mexican cuisine, and La Gira Rodizio, a Brazilian-style steakhouse. In addition to new themed restaurants, the resort also features new specialty concepts including a health bar, sports bar, and ice cream & coffee shop. One of the resort’s highlights is its Aquagames Water Park, which features water towers and slides.
“The rebranding of our Punta Cana resort helps solidify its position as the hotel of choice for families vacationing in the Dominican Republic,” said Caroline Venditti, U.S. marketing manager, in press material. “Now a part of the Grand Sirenis family, the beautifully refreshed resort will implement a greater standard of service with its new and improved offerings.”