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June 3, 2014
  • JW Marriot plans September opening
  • Showing off Santo Domingo as a MICE destination
  • Latin Music Tour 2014 in Punta Cana
  • Southwest announces flights to Dominican Republic
JW Marriot plans September opening
With promotional rates of US$209 during weekends and US$239 on weekdays, the JW Marriott Hotel in Santo Domingo with its entrance through the Blue Mall is confirmed for a September opening. Blue Mall promotes itself as the city's luxury mall and houses Cartier, Louis Vuitton and other upscale stores at its central Gustavo Mejia Ricart Avenue location. The JW Marriott will target the most demanding hotel guests needing hotel accommodations in Santo Domingo.
Marketing manager Marina Colunga says that rates will go up to US$300 per night two months after the opening, in time for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
The hotel has 150 rooms with great views of the city on the 12th to the 20th floors. It looks over the garden area of Julieta neighborhood, an oasis in Santo Domingo, increasingly a high-rise concrete jungle. It is also right on Av. Gustavo Mejia Ricart, an entertainment strip with many restaurants, bars, and shops.
The hotel will have six suites and two executive floors including one with a presidential and vice presidential suites for VIPs.
Other areas include the swimming pool and an international food restaurant.
An open bar with panoramic vistas and the Bar Vertigo - a platform built over Av. Winston Churchill with a glass floor will give the sensation of floating in space. The executives say they want it to become a meeting place for Dominican society.
The hotel has a large events room with capacity for 300 people and add-on rooms seven for a total capacity for meetings and events and gatherings of 600 people.
The hotel is now hiring for all the areas. The general manager for the opening is Nigel Cook.
www.diariolibre.com/ecos/2014/05/15/i609681_lujoso-caro-hotel-para-santo-domingo.html
Showing off Santo Domingo as a MICE destination
The Santo Domingo Tourism Cluster and the Ministry of Tourism are preparing the Santo Domingo Destino Capital 2014 promotional event. The event seeks to showcase the capital city as a contemporary and magnificent destination for travelers. It will be held at the Hotel Hilton Santo Domingo from 10-12 September 2014. It is being organized by Doina de Campos. The organizers want to show that Santo Domingo is an excellent choice for meetings, incentives, conventions and events (MICE segment).
Write to Doina de Campos at [email protected] or [email protected]
Latin Music Tour 2014 in Punta Cana
Hard Rock Hotel in Punta Cana is inviting music lovers to the Latin Music Tour 2014 with performances by Fernando Villalona, bachata star Raulin Rodriguez, Vakero, Chiquito Team Band, Mozart la Para and DJs Lobo, Dito Bernard and Rocko & Farabon. The concerts will take place at the Fillmore Hall at the Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana on the weekend of 15-17 August.
Southwest announces flights to Dominican Republic
Texan low-cost carrier Southwest has announced nonstop flights from Dallas Love Field to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic starting 2 November 2014. The new flights are already available for purchase on the airline's website.
Southwest is offering introductory fares from US gateway cities:
Dallas and Punta Cana, from US$235 one-way
Atlanta and Punta Cana, from US$165 one-way
Baltimore/Washington and Punta Cana, from US$195 one-way
Chicago Midway and Punta Cana, from US$195 one-way
The Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago and Dallas Southwest flights are still subject to government approval.
A subsidiary of Southwest Airlines, Air Tran Airways has been servicing the Atlanta, Baltimore and Chicago routes to Punta Cana.
Southwest now serves more than 90 destinations across five countries in North America and the Caribbean.

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