Tourism November 14, 2017 | 11:57 am

Group starts US$150.0M resort in Dominican Republic’s East

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.- The Lopesan Group, through the company IFA Hotel & Touristik AG, broke ground for a resort to be built next to IFA Villas Bávaro hotel, at a cost of US$150.0 million.

The work began with an industrial area on ​​30,000 square meters.

“This industrial zone will be distributed in 4 large buildings. The first block will be destined to the garbage areas, loading dock, commissary, offices, linen and pastry shop,” the investors said in a statement.

“The employee areas will be located In the second area will be transferred both the staff that will work at the hotel and the staff currently managed by IFA Villas Bávaro,” the group said, adding that the maintenance areas and in the fourth building, the treatment plant will be in the third area.

May, 2019

The hotel, which is set to open May, 2019, will be built on a area of ​​100,000 square meters and house 1,020 rooms.

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