Palladium Hotels & Resorts has announced plans to upgrade its Punta Cana Complex throughout 2017. These upgrades will take place beginning May 2 through December 1, 2017 and will be completed in such a way as to not interrupt or impact our guests’ experiences.
Below is a complete project timeline
ACCOMMODATIONS – GRAND PALLADIUM PUNTA CANA RESORT & SPA:
May 2nd – November 2nd, 2017: 280 rooms will be updated with new furniture and décor as well has renovated bathrooms and terraces.
LOBBY – GRAND PALLADIUM PUNTA CANA RESORT & SPA:
June 1st – October 15 th, 2017: This lobby will be receiving a complete facelift.
FOOD & BEVERAGE:
Behique Buffet Restaurant (Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa):
August 1st – December 1st, 2017: Will be closed for renovations.
Sumptuori Restuarant (Grand Palladium Palace Resort Spa & Casino):
August 1st-November 15th, 2017: Will be cloased for renovations
Hemingway Cocktail Bar (Grand Palladium Bávaro Suites Resort & Spa):
June 1st – October 1st: Will reopen on October 1st, 2017 as a new Brazilian themed a la carte restaurant that will be called Rodizio.
August 1st – October 15th, 2017: The Behique pool along with the Pirate Ship Kid’s swimming pool will be closed, all guests will have access to the following swimming pools:
UVA Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa), Bavaro Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa) & the Palace Swimming Pool & Adult Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Palace Resort Spa & Casino).
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the renovations and are available to answer any queries or questions that may arise.
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Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa
Palladium Hotel Group is pleased to announce upcoming renovations and improvements to its Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. After an overwhelmingly positive response to the Resort renovations completed in 2014 at Grand Palladium Bávaro Suites Resort & Spa. Grand Palladium Palace Resort Spa & Casino in 2015 and 2016, will continue to upgrade its facilities in Punta Cana to provide a more luxurious vacation experience to our guests coming to the Caribbean.
Our commitment to providing exceptional service and accommodations for our guests has led to continued upgrades of our Punta Cana property. The renovation timeline, which is expected to run from May 2nd to November 2nd 2017, villas 60-61-62-63-64-71-72-73-74-75.
Please see below for the detailed list of upgrades coming to the Palladium Hotels & Resorts in Punta Cana. Every effort will be made to assure that the renovations program provides minimal inconvenience to guests.
Rooms at Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa:
Renovations of the following accommodations will take place from May 2nd to November 2nd, 2017.
The total room renovations are 280 rooms will be updated with new furniture and décor as well as renovation of bathrooms and terraces.
Lobby Punta Cana.
From 01/06 to 15/10 will be updated with new furniture and décor.
Rooms at Grand Palladium Bávaro Suites Resort & Spa:
From 15/05 to 15/07, renovations on the upper terraces, to the total amount of 69 rooms on the third level of the two buildings 19.
From 15/07 to 15/09, renovations on the upper terraces, to the total amount of 69 rooms on the third level of the two buildings 17 & 18.
Behique & Children swimming pool (The Pirate Ship). These pools will be closed from May 2 to November 2, 2017
Guests can use the following swimming pools:
Gran Palladium Punta Cana: The Uva swimming pool
Grand Palladium Bavaro: Bavaro swimming pool
Grand Palladium Palace: Palace swimming pool + adult swimming pool
Food & Beverage
Buffet Behique Restaurant (Grand Palladium Punta Cana):
From 01/06 to 1/10, will be updated with new furniture and décor.
Sumptuori Restaurant (Grand Palladium Palace):
From 01/08 to 1/12, will be updated with new furniture and décor.
Hemingway Cocktail Bar (Grand Palladium Bávaro):
From 01/08 to 1/12, will be updated. This place will be the New Brazilian Restaurant.
Beach Club (The Royal Suites Turquesa).
From 01/07 to 01/12 will be in construction a new place at the Royal Suites Section. This place will be a Beach Club.
PROYECT FROM TO TIME
Punta Cana Rooms 2-may 2-nov 6 months
Bávaro Rooms (19 PTC & 19) 15-may 15-jul 2 months
Bávaro Rooms (17 & 18) 15-jul 15-sep 2 months
Sumptuori & Rodizio Restaurant 1-aug 1-dec 4.5 months
Behique Restaurant 1-jun 1-oct 4 months
Bar Hemingway 1-jun 1-oct 4 months
Lobby Punta Cana 1-jun 15-oct 4.5 months
Beach Club 1-jul 1-dec 5 months
We will continue to provide renovation updates as they are finalized throughout the year.
“The EarthCheck Certified technology is unlike anything else used in the industry—each consecutive year of our benchmarking and auditing journey revealed successes and areas for improvement—which we were then able to implement the following year,” said Rebeca Garcia, Quality, Sustainability and Social Responsibility Director for Palladium Hotels Group in a recent release. “The results speak for themselves—we are proud of our EarthCheck Gold status—and even prouder of our ongoing commitment to continued benchmarking and improvement through the program.”
Palladium Vallarta, Mexico (Certified Gold). This hotel installed low-flow faucets and a program to reuse linens where possible. The programs yielded a 31.3-percent decline in potable water use since Palladium joined the EarthCheck program. Further, the hotel saw a 69.3-percent reduction in landfill waste thanks to a stepped-up strategy of waste sorting and recycling separation.
Grand Palladium and Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa, Jamaica (Certified Gold). Following the installation of solar panels, this resort was able to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 8.9 percent.
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Complejo Grand Palladium Punta Cana – Dominican Republic (Certified Gold). This hotel was able to realize a 97.8 percent reduction in landfill waste between 2011 and 2016 by recycling and reusing materials. Among the successful strategies were the composting of green waste and detailed stream separation of recyclables. Further, the hotel was the first Dominican hotel to convert to environmentally friendly refrigerants, earning it the Dominican Republic Government “Cleaner Production” award. EarthCheck’s “Zero Leak” program, where staff is trained to identify and act to prevent leaks also led to a 13.7-percent reduction in the use of potable water.
Grand Palladium Imbassai Resort & Spa – Brazil (Certified Silver). This hotel reduced the amount of waste it sent to the landfill by 47.1 percent, thanks to increased recycling and composting of such items as eggshells, coffee and other kitchen waste. The resort’s efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions are also notable, resulting in a 14.5-percent reduction since joining EarthCheck.
Grand Palladium Riviera Maya Resort & Spa – Mexico (Certified Gold). The sorting of waste and a program to separate recyclables led to a reduction in landfill waste of 64.9 percent. And by sourcing water from authorized wells and a gray water program, this resort was able to reduce its use of potable water by 44.7 percent. Lastly the property saw a 46.5-percent reduction in energy consumption thanks to the use of energy-saving lightbulbs and other preventative measures.
Palladium is known for its commitment to helping the communities in which they have properties by sharing the area’s natural resources while simultaneously working to mitigate the impact of climate change and fortify the area’s resilience to natural disasters and resource conflicts
Since joining EarthCheck more than 10 years ago, Palladium properties have made substantial gains against benchmarks in such key areas as water, waste and energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and more.
Palladium Hotels & Resorts announced Wednesday that it plans to invest $21 million to enhance guest experiences at a dozen properties throughout the Caribbean and Mexico.
The investment will be made in Palladium’s Grand Palladium and The Royal Suites by Palladium hotels in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Mexico.
Nearly one-quarter of the additional investment ($5 million) will be put toward upgrading food and beverage offerings, including a higher quality of steak and liquor offerings as well as a better presentation at buffets.
Palladium will also increase its staff size by 13 percent compared to last year.
The hotel chain will also invest in technology. It plans to enhance its mobile app to allow guests to communicate with hotel concierge directly and will also look to increase Wi-Fi bandwidth and install higher quality sound systems at its pools.
Palladium is also eyeing additional trolleys to cut down on wait times when transporting guests between properties.
“We are dedicated to improving our guests’ experiences in every way possible, so we are investing in upgrades in the areas that matter the most—service, food and beverage and technology,” said Palladium Hotel Group’s commercial director for North America Jacques De Paep in a statement. “Guest satisfaction at our upgraded properties in Jamaica, Riviera Maya and Punta Cana has soared after the renovations completed, so we are extending this investment in upgrades at all of our properties.”
Director of innovation and product development, Bernard Wyss will begin working this month to identify market trends, analyze economic impacts on Palladium’s business and oversee various services set to be implemented at each property.
Palladium also announced this week that the Grand Palladium Riviera Resort & Spa in Riviera Maya, Mexico will be converted into an extension of The Royal Suites Yucatan by Palladium. The conversion, designed to expand the resort’s adults-only offerings, will occur in multiple phases beginning June 1, 2017.
In the Dominican Republic, Palladium said the Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa will undergo renovations in the coming months that will extend from the lobby to select guestrooms.
For the seventh consecutive year Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa has been certified with the blue flag. The #Banderaazul is an annual award given by the European foundation for environmental education to the beaches and ports that meet a number of environmental conditions and facilities. The criteria for obtaining the blue flag are divided into four main areas: quality of bathing water, environmental education and information, environmental management and security services and facilities. It is located on the beaches, marinas and tour operators of sustainable navigation as an indication of their high environmental standards and quality. This reinforces our commitment to sustainability!!