Eden Roc at Cap Cana Begins Unveiling

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The much-anticipated Eden Roc at Cap Cana, the first property by Solaya Hotels & Resorts, recently announced it will unveil the first 12 suites in July.

With all 34 of the property’s suites slated to open in the Dominican Republic in the beginning of October, Eden Roc at Cap Cana will offer such amenities as an ocean front spa pavilion, a Jack Nicklaus signature golf course, nearby tennis facilities, the Caletón Beach Club, the Eden Roc Kids Club and more.

Envisioned by Milan-based designer, Marina Nova, in collaboration with Dominican architect Franc Ortega, Eden Roc at Cap Cana is fashioned more after a luxe village than a traditional resort. The resort’s design celebrates the aesthetics of the 1960s French and Italian Rivieras, while also being both respective and reflective of its Caribbean setting.

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Blending European influence and Caribbean sprit, each suite is drenched in vibrant colors such as cerise, golden yellow, azure, plum and lime green, providing a stark contrast to the soothing cream and eggshell palate of the interior spaces.

Featuring 753 square feet of meeting and event space, Eden Roc at Cap Cana will feature various multi-purpose spaces evoking an eclectic array of ambiances ranging from intimate decadence to modern minimalism ideal for destination weddings and corporate functions.

The resort will also house an expert staff of event planners and caterers offering unparalleled attention to detail and topnotch customer service.

Visit www.edenroccapcana.com.

 

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