Jack Nicklaus Golf Academy opens at Hard Rock’s first all-inclusive resort
The chain best known for its rock-themed casino resorts in Florida, Mississippi and Las Vegas has joined forces with Mexico's Moon Palace Resorts and is now promoting what it calls the "ultimate all-inclusive resort" with everything paid. The hotel has been rebranded as The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana. The Jack Nicklaus Golf Academy will be also be a new addition, and complement the Cana Bay Palace golf course, a Nicklaus Design course. The course will be used by pro golfers and amateurs alike.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino features a 65,500-square-meter Convention Center, with capacity for 5,000 people. The Center is equipped with the latest technology, and is designed to accommodate even the most complex of events.
The hotel features 11 restaurants, eight outdoor (seaside) swimming pools, three swimming pools facing a nearby lake, three children’s pools, a casino, nightclub, a 1,200-seat amphitheatre, spa, gymnasium and a kids club (4-12 years old). Also, an Arcade Center for teenagers, two tennis courts, mini-golf, volleyball and soccer areas, beach club, driving range, billiards, wall climbing, biking, ping pong tables, and other assorted games.
"We are thrilled to be in partnership with Hard Rock International to offer the world's first ever all-inclusive Hard Rock experience," said Palace Resorts President and Owner Roberto Chapur. "The level of superior service mixed with the energetic Hard Rock atmosphere will undoubtedly set a new standard in the Caribbean." The hotel has 1,800 rooms and the largest casino in the DR and the Oro nightclub with 10,000 square feet across two levels.
To contact the hotel, see link at www.dr1.com/directories/contact.Hard_Rock_Hotel_and_Casino.html
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