Fishing Lodge Cap Cana offers Introductory Meetings Package

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Fishing Lodge Cap Cana offers Introductory Meetings Package

Fishing Lodge Cap Cana, the new luxury villa resort opening this fall on the Eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, is offering a special introductory meetings package starting from October 12.

Fishing Lodge, named for the Caribbean’s largest inland marina which the resort surrounds, is located within a masterfully designed village only 10 minutes from Punta Cana International Airport. Managed by Salamander Hotels & Resorts, its initial opening features an array of amenities, including two themed restaurants, three bars, four pools, a 16th century-style stone wedding chapel, a state-of-the-art fitness center, boutique shops, and 30,000 square feet of event spaces, including a spectacular outdoor amphitheater.

The first-time meetings package is valid through 2011, includes a starting villa $99 room rate (either single or double occupancy) and complimentary meeting space. The package is applicable for groups of 10 or more and does not include taxes, resort fee or service charge. Group rates for 2012 begin at $139 a night. Although Fishing Lodge is not an all-inclusive resort, package plans that include meals and beverages are available beginning at $174.50 per person, per night, based on double occupancy.

Fishing Lodge includes 299 spacious, Mediterranean-style villas with stunning marina views, designer furnishings and innovative architecture. Built on low-rise docks, they range in size from junior to three-bedroom villas, while several feature private infinity pools and swim-out access. Guests also enjoy a secluded beach, which is a delightful two-minute ride by private watercraft, and a Jack Nicklaus Signature experience at the exclusive Punta Espada Golf Club – the top-ranked golf course in the Caribbean and Mexico.

To book a group, call (540) 687-3710 or e-email For additional information, visit


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