The Dominican Republic is on a Roll

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Saona island

The Dominican Republic has always been a hot incentive destination—and now there are more resort options for groups.

Hyatt has been growing its all-inclusive portfolio by leaps and bounds, and this latest news is going to increase its Inclusive Collection by nearly 2,000 rooms. Coming soon to its lineup: Two Be Live Hotels properties in the Dominican Republic, which are being upgraded and transformed into Sunscape Resorts & Spas, ideal for family incentives. The expected opening date is sometime this year

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Cayo Levantado, aerial view.

June is the magic date for the unveiling of the Dominican Republic’s Cayo Levantado Resort, a five-star getaway built on a tiny island just three miles from Samana Bay. Part of Grupo Piñero, the Spanish company that also owns Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts, this premium all-inclusive is their entry into the luxury market with a definitive sustainability focus and an eye on the wellness segment.

Guests at this Dominican Republic resort will arrive at the 219-room, suite and villa property via a 10-minute private boat ride from the reception area at Simi Baez in Samana. Expect 24-hour room service, themed wellness events, outdoor Crossfit and personal training studio, a botanic garden, a culinary offer that makes the most of the local products, water sports and more. Among the all-inclusive wellness offerings is YUBARTA, a separate area with a cenote (a freshwater sinkhole), directed activity and meditation rooms. There will be two pools, a beach club, 6 restaurants and 7 bars.

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