Sirenis to rebrand luxury Punta Cana resort following multi-million-dollar reno

Sirenis to rebrand luxury Punta Cana resort following multi-million-dollar reno

MIAMI — There’ll be a new name and a new look for Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames in the Dominican Republic.

Following the completion of a US$30 million renovation, the luxury resort will reopen as Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort in mid-December 2018, says Sirenis Hotels and Resorts.

As the latest addition to the Grand Sirenis brand, the family-friendly, five-star property has undergone a comprehensive makeover that includes a complete revamp of guestrooms, updates to the main buffet restaurants, lobby and common areas, enhancements to the Aquagames Waterpark, and the addition of new themed restaurants and a children’s club.

“In order to stay relevant, it is very important to provide our guests with top quality product and service and we are very excited to introduce the new and enhanced Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort,” said Sonia Nuñez, Director of Sales and Marketing, North America. “With its improved amenities, the resort now offers guests an even more enjoyable experience and we’re thrilled to be able to create unforgettable memories at our standout all-inclusive property.”

Other offerings at the 815-room beachfront resort include a casino, two pools with beach-style access, a mini driving range, motorized and non-motorized water sports, a nightclub lounge and a spa. For more information go to sirenishotels.com.