Source: Nickelodeon Resorts
After being closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts in Punta Cana will reopen once again on November 5.
The Dominican Republic resort, which features 208 oversized suites, will reopen in conjunction with the Karisma Peace of Mind wellbeing program.
The program “features new health protocols, updated guidelines and industry-leading best practices, including alignment with Delos Well Living’s International WELL building institute and Well Living Lab, in conjunction with the Mayo Clinic and with endorsements by Deepak Chopra,” Karisma said in a statement reported by TravelPulse.
“We know many families are hoping to escape their homes this holiday season and we hope they will come visit us where everything is taken care of,” said Jorge L. Feliz German, president of Karisma Hotels & Resorts for the Dominican Republic, said in a statement. “Plus, with our record-breaking Cyber Month deals launching Nov. 13, it’s the perfect time to plan a merry, affordable getaway with loved ones.”
“Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana has exceeded all expectations since opening in 2016, and we look forward to continued success together with our partners at Karisma,” said Gerald Raines, senior vice president of ViacomCBS, Nickelodeon’s parent company, in a statement reported by TravelPulse.
According to HospitalityNet, the Punta Cana resort is set to delight young and old alike this festive season with special tropical Christmas festivities and a New Year’s Eve celebration where guests can dance the night away as they welcome in 2021.