Globalia opens revamped hotel for luxury holidays in Dominican Republic's Puerto Plata
President of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez, recently officiated the re-opening of the hotel Be Live Carey, following the expansion and remodelling of the property who now welcomes tourists taking Dominican Republic holidays in Puerto Plata.
Discerning travellers will now be able to enjoy luxury holidays in the Dominican Republic as the hotel Be Live Carey opens to the public following an extensive work of renovation, remodelling and expansion.
The opening of the hotel, formerly known as Sun Village, was officiated by President of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez, and President of the Globalia Group, Juan Hose Hidalgo.
The property is now one of the most luxurious Dominican Republic hotels in Puerto Plata and is owned and operated by the group, Globalia, who are a travel and tourism company from Mallorca, Spain.
During Dominican Republic holidays at the revamped five-star resort, tourists will be able to enjoy a range of all inclusive facilities and services including tennis, volleyball, aerobics, basketball, diving, sailing, swimming pools, the Teen Club (between 13 and 17 years old), a disco, sports bar, gym and fine cuisine from several gourmet restaurants including Italian, Mexican, Asian and Brazilian dishes.
Holidaymakers can in addition make full use of the spa and its invigorating massages and treatments or go for a game of golf at the nearby Playa Dorada Golf Course during their holidays in the Dominican Republic here. The region in which the hotel is set in also boasts several, beautiful pristine beaches for relaxation and fun activities.
Situated in the Cofresi district located off the north coast of the Dominican Republic, Be Live Carey features guest rooms and suites with 42-square-metres of space and modern amenities including wireless Internet, air conditioning, ceiling fan, electronic key, King or Queen size beds mini-bar, electronic safe, satellite TV and music channels, coffee maker, direct dial telephone, and bath and shower.
During the opening ceremony, the Minister of Tourism, Francisco Javier Garcia, confirmed that the tourism ministry is looking to boost tourism on the north coast of the island nation which has recently seen a decline from tourists taking Dominican Republic holidays due to the popularity of neighbouring regions such as Bavaro and Punta Cana. Puerto Plata boasts several uncrowded beautiful beaches and is a wonderful town rich in history and culture. The region is a fantastic destination for adventure holidays
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