Gansevoort Hotel Group to Roll Out Lavish Resort in Dominican Republic This December

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Gansevoort Playa Imbert will open December 15 in the Dominican Republic

Gansevoort Hotel Group recently announced it will be officially opening its latest oceanfront resort, Gansevoort Playa Imbert, on December 15.

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Located on the Dominican Republic’s north coast, Gansevoort Playa Imbert will feature 48 suites comprised of one and two-bedroom lofts; three-bedroom apartments with private plunge pools and spacious terraces; and a collection of four-bedroom penthouses. Each penthouse offers a private rooftop Jacuzzi. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly blend the outdoors with the indoors offering dramatic seascapes from every guestroom. Standard amenities include modern kitchens, walk-in showers, custom bathtubs and natural stone finishes.

While the north coast has been well served by value-led all-inclusive resorts, it hasn’t had the contemporary, chic, service-led option that the urbane and discerning luxury traveler seeks; that is, until now. At Gansevoort Playa Imbert, VIPs can now relax in refinement while basking on the beaches of confectioners-sugar sand; enjoy scuba diving amidst shipwrecks; explore over 400 acres of a protected wilderness reserve or simply take in the nearby historic town.

At the resort’s center is a dramatic, three-tiered cascading infinity pool overlooking Playa Imbert’s crescent-shaped beach. 

A second, adults-only pool will open spring 2015. Other planned amenities include a fitness center, a day spa featuring a Hammam-style sauna and a meditation and yoga garden. Gansevoort Playa Imbert is located just 15 minutes from Puerto Plata Airport and a short drive from renowned surfing, kiteboarding, golf, tennis, horseback riding and more.

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