Palace Resorts Set to Debut All-Inclusives in Dominican Republic

by Jessica Montevago
Palace Resorts Set to Debut All-Inclusives in Dominican Republic

Palace Resorts EVP Gibran Chapur announced the plans during the company's recent Palace Experience Global Conference.


Palace Resorts plans to open an all-inclusive property in the Dominican Republic’s Punta Cana region, its first resort outside of Mexico and Jamaica.

Executive Vice President Gibran Chapur announced the plans during the company's recent Palace Experience Global Conference. The annual event welcomed hundreds of travel agents, tour operators, and industry professionals to the brand’s signature resort, Moon Palace Jamaica, in Ocho Rios.

Palace Resorts is also set to open its new luxury, adults-only Le Blanc Spa Resort, Los Cabos in early 2018. The 373-room beachfront resort will feature a 29,000 square foot spa with 25 treatment rooms, a fitness center and wellness center, four plunge pools, and over 14,000 square feet of meeting space with four breakout rooms. The resort’s 760 square foot suites boast private terraces with panoramic ocean views. The resort will also feature seven restaurants and six bars with an extensive wine and beverage program, as well as juice bars.

This will be the second Le Blanc Spa Resort for the brand, the other location is in Cancun.

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