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Hilton's first All Inclusive opening in the Dominican Republic

The inauguration of the installations of the Hilton complex took place in the presence of the Dominican President Luis Abinader. The two hotels offer 774 rooms and represent an investment of 41 million dollars.

During the ceremony, the president of Playa Hotels & Resorts, Bruce Wardinsky, explained that the complex is Hilton's first "all-inclusive" resort in the country.

The Hilton La Romana for families offers 418 rooms, while the Hilton La Romana for adults has 356 rooms.

Playa Hotels & Resorts owns several hotels in the Dominican Republic, including the Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana, the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana and the Hilton La Romana.

Considering the country's success in reducing the level of risk that the U.S. government informs travelers, President Abinader noted that

This is the best time to invest in the Dominican Republic.



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