Club Med to expand operations in Punta Cana

The internationally famous Club Med company announced its plans to expand its operations in the Dominican Republic, which will include the construction of 70 new villas in its Punta Cana facility as well as the construction of a new resort.

Club Med executives recently met with Dominican President Danilo Medina at the National Palace to discuss the company’s expansion plans in the country.

Beginning in January 2014 Club Med will also strengthen its alliance with the Cirque du Soleil company.

The goal is to build the necessary infrastructure in the Punta Cana region that will feature a permanent presence of the world famous circus in the Dominican Republic.

In total, Club Med executives estimate that the company will invest approximately US$125 million in the new projects.

The internationally famous tourism company has a long history in Punta Cana, which dates back to 1981 when it opened its first hotel in the country. Today, Club Med operates 550 rooms in Punta Cana.

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