Grupo Puntacana companies nominate for the World Travel Awards 2020


Punta Cana, La Altagracia, R.D., December 3, 2020.- Puntacana Resort & Club, Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort and Punta Cana International Airport, belonging to the Puntacana Group, were nominated in various categories at the 2020 World Travel Awards.

Puntacana Resort & Club competes as the Leading Ecological Resort of the Caribbean, the Tortuga Bay Hotel as the Leading Villa Resort in the Region and the Punta Cana International Airport was nominated as the Leading Airport of the Caribbean.

Each year, the World Travel Awards recognize the best in the tourism industry worldwide, through an online voting process, by country and at the national level, in a wide range of lines and categories, with the participation of thousands of professionals from the tourism industry and the general public.

Sustainability has been one of the pillars of Grupo Puntacana’s philosophy since its inception, generating environmental conservation programs in various lines, among which the first Sustainability Center and Marine Innovation Center within a resort and the programs “Zero Discharge”, “Coral Restoration”, Conservation of the Hispaniola Hawk “,” Vermiculture “, among others.

Puntacana Resort & Club has three miles of magnificent white sand beaches and 45 holes of golf. The resort boasts understated elegance, privacy, and unparalleled personalized service, making it one of the favorite destinations among international leaders and renowned personalities.

The Tortuga Bay hotel is made up of 13 private beachfront villas, originally designed by the world-renowned Oscar de la Renta, and renovated by the prominent American designer Markham Roberts, managing to maintain the elegant aesthetic that was conceived since its inception, offering the guest an exclusive experience from your arrival at the air terminal and while passing through Immigration and Customs.

Punta Cana International Airport, opened in 1984, is the first private airport terminal for international commercial use in the world, the busiest in the Dominican Republic and the busiest in the Caribbean, linking 64 cities and 26 countries from all over the world, and moving eight million passengers a year.

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