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This luxury hotel is honored to debut Oscar de la Renta’s first resort boutique.
Tortuga Bay guests can also enjoy all of Puntacana Resort & club amenities & facilities as part of their Caribbean Escape.
At its entrance is the text of the 1940 agreement between the Trujillo dictatorship and the Dominican Republic Settlement Association (Dorsa), the New York-based organization that intended to rescue thousands of Jews from impending doom in Austria, Germany, Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia.
People dressed in colorful mask and costumes hit each other with inflated cow and pig bladders as part of the celebration.
During Carnival week, nearly 100,000 people participate in one way or another in Santo Domingo.
Located at Puntacana Resort & Club’s magnificent Playa Blanca beach, just minutes away from the airport, guests will enjoy all of Westin’s signature amenities.
This new 200 ocean-view room Caribbean getaway hotel will feature restaurants, meeting and wedding facilities, an expansive outdoor pool, beachside grill, lobby bar, hand rolled cigar bar, children’s club and walking trails, and access to white sand beaches.
Located in a private enclave within the resort, Tortuga Bay is comprised of 13 luxury beachfront villas with one, two, three and four-bedroom suites with interiors designed by Oscar de la Renta, all situated along a white sand beach.
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