AMResorts opens first Breathless Resort & Spa In Punta Cana
AMResorts and NH Hotels are expanding their three-year partnership with the opening of Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spain the Dominican Republic. Set to officially open on November 15, 2013, Breathless Punta Cana will be the first Breathless Resort & Spa. The new Unlimited-Luxury®, adults-only vacation option will offer sophisticated singles, couples and friends a vibrant social atmosphere; chic and modern design; conceptualized dining options; trendy bars and lounges; exhilarating entertainment and activities; and more.
The two companies began working together in 2011 with AMResorts providing sales, marketing and brand management services for Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana and Now Larimar Punta Cana. Under the agreement, NH Hotels continued operational control for the properties with Martinón Group serving as majority shareholder.
“We are ready for the next phase of this successful business relationship and the opportunity to bring a new and innovative choice to travelers looking for a well-priced luxury vacation,” said AMResorts President Gonzalo del Peon.
“The opening of Breathless Punta Cana was a result of a business relationship between AMResorts, the fast-growing provider of sales, marketing and brand management to six unique concept resort brands across the Caribbean, Martinón Group, a company with a proven and recognized track record for hotel development projects, and NH Hotels, a leading European hotel operator focused on creating travel experiences that exceed clients’ expectations around the world,” said Federico González Tejera, CEO of NH Hotels.
“The new resort strengthens our commitment to the Dominican Republic as one of the top Caribbean destinations and will bring an additional 750 rooms to the 1,250 we already offer in the region,” said Enrique García Martinón, President of Martinón Group. “We are proud to be a part of the launch of the new Breathless Resorts & Spas brand and look forward to providing guests with unforgettable experiences.”