Hard Rock Hotels has opened its first “everything paid” property in the Dominican Republic. The company formed a partnership with Palace Resorts, and remodeled the Moon Palace on Macao Beach into an 1,800 room Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the “ultimate all-inclusive” resort.
Set on 121 acres, there are 15 restaurants, 12 pools, a Jack Nicklau-designed golf course, spa, fitness center, 13 bars. Rates start at $246/per person/day to enjoy all of these amenities. Suites at the Hard Rock Hotel include balconies, double Jacuzzi tubs, 300-thread count linens, wireless Internet, flat screen LCD TVs, a fully stocked mini bar, and a liquor dispenser.
There’s also a 48,000 SF casino and nightclub, that displays traditional Hard Rock music memorabilia, the largest casino in the Dominican Republic.
“Punta Cana is a world-class location and one of the Caribbean’s top travel destinations, and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana is a perfect complement to the region,” said Dominican Republic Minister of Tourism Francisco Javier Garcia in a statement. “I am confident that Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana will have a significant economic impact on our country’s growing tourism.”