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Hilton is increasing its presence in the Dominican Republic with the signing of a Curio Collection resort opening next year.
Let’s take a look!
Zemi Miches All-inclusive Resort To Open in 2024
Hilton announced that it had signed an agreement for the Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort, Curio Collection, which is expected to open in 2024.
This property marks the debut of Hilton’s Curio Collection brand in the Caribbean nation.
The Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort will be located roughly 60 miles from Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ). The hotel will have more than 500 rooms and suites, including 123 swim-up guest rooms with individual plunge pools. Amenities will include 9 food and beverage options, a nightclub, a kid’s club, a pool, a fitness center, a spa, and 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
“The signing of Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton is a momentous addition to our robust pipeline in the broader Caribbean, where we have nearly 30 Hilton properties operating across the region and approximately 30 hotels in development,” said Pablo Maturana, Vice President of Caribbean and Latin America Development at Hilton.
Other Dominican Republic Hotels To Book
Hilton has a robust Caribbean and Latin America portfolio, with more than 200 hotels across the region and another 110 in the pipeline. Hilton says it plans to triple its Dominican Republic offerings over the next 5 years. The chain currently has 5 open hotels in the country, with an additional 9 in development.
While we wait for the new hotel to open, there are a handful of other resorts in the Hilton Honors program at which you can earn and redeem points. These include Embassy Suites by Hilton Santo Domingo, and Hilton La Romana, which features adults-only and family-friendly resorts.
The Hilton Honors program uses variable award pricing, which can result in cheaper or more expensive rates depending on when you travel. Rates at Hilton’s hotels in the Dominican Republic range from 30,000 to 75,000 points per night for dates this summer.
That may seem steep, but luckily the Hilton Honors loyalty program makes it easy for members to earn points. In addition to several co-branded credit cards offering sizable welcome bonuses, members may transfer points from American Express, riding with Lyft, or by dining out.Hot Tip:
Make sure to check out our guide to earning lots of Hilton Honors points!
A new all-inclusive resort is coming to the Dominican Republic next year, which is excellent news for Hilton Honors loyalists.
The Caribbean is one of the most popular travel destinations on the globe, so it’s not surprising that Hilton would boost its luxury presence in the region. While we wait for this new Curio Collection hotel to open next year, check out Hilton’s other resorts in the Dominican Republic!
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