$200 Milion Resort Planned For The Dominican Republic
A new $200 million project has been announced for the north shore of the Dominican Republic. The 138-suite Palmera de Cabarete Resort and Spa is planned to be a five-star resort that expands over 19.5 acres including 1000 feet of shoreline. Three oceanfront freshwater infinity pools, a 22,000 square foot spa spa, gourmet dining and a concierge program will heighten the appeal for luxury guests.
The condo units will have floor-to-ceiling window walls, marble floors and Wolf and Subzero appliances. The penthouses will also offer infinity-edge plunge pools, summer kitchens and a cabana bathroom with shower. The design team includes Miami-based RAD Architecture and Celia Domenech, an interior designer specializing in a beachside luxury look. The suites will have three decor options-- tropical, classic and traditional. The resort plans a 2011 opening.