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Luxury Dominican Republic resort The Ocean Club to open March 2021, unique diver attractions planned

Shortlisting destinations for your post-vaccine travels? Well, here’s one to add. New luxury resort, The Ocean Club, is set to open March 2021, in the popular tourist destination of Sosúa, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic.

The resort joins the exclusive collection of luxury hotels within the Marriott International Hotels Distinctive Luxury portfolio.  It consists of 68 modern apartments boasting a sophisticated, Caribbean-inspired design. 

The one to three-room apartments and four-bedroom penthouses all have beach and ocean views, plus generous, private indoor and outdoor areas. 

Significantly, the opening of the resort will be accompanied by two sustainability projects certain to attract the interest of diving enthusiasts…

A drone’s eye view of Sosúa, Puerto Plata

Significantly, the opening of the resort will be accompanied by two sustainability projects, intended to strengthen ecological development in the region, certain to attract the interest of diving enthusiasts.

 In collaboration with the non-profit organisation, Global Coralition, an underwater museum is to be built off the coast in the coming years. It’s hoped this will serve as a new attraction for tourists and divers, and create a marine habitat for sea creatures and corals. 

The ‘Reef Project’ with the Maguá Ecological Foundation will also be implemented, which aims to increase the biological diversity of the area through the development of ecosystems such as coral reefs and mangroves.

The properties can also be rented for a longer-term stay or bought as a second home in the Dominican Republic.

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