Puntacana Resort Celebrates Traditional Owners Weekend – Tourism News

The owners of Puntacana Resort & Club enjoyed the traditional annual meeting ‘Owners’ Weekend 2022′an edition inspired by Punta Cana Carnivalwhich brought together more than 400 families from United States, CanadaLatin America, Europe and the Dominican Republic, which have made Punta Cana their second home.

The weekend’s activities began with a cocktail where Franck Elias Rainieri President and CEO of Puntacana Group, thanked the owners for their loyalty to the Puntacana Resort & Club family. During his speech, he shared this year’s achievements, in addition to news and future plans, reiterating the commitment to continue working hard to continue to be an organized, safe and family-friendly community.

The welcome cocktail was enhanced by a unique and varied gastronomic offer from the resort’s renowned restaurants: La Yola, Playa Blanca, The Grill, Mare, The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club Yes Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village.

Under the “Carnival Edition” concept, the owners enjoyed recreational activities such as a succulent workshop, a mixology workshop, painting lessons, shiatsu massages by the Six Senses Spa, live music and games for children during a family outing to La Cana Golf Club and Beach.

Sports fans took part in the traditional Owners Tournament at the Corales Golf Course, where Juan Moreno and Eduardo Hermana won 1st. square; Manuel Pappaterra and Manuel Pappaterra II won 2nd. square; and Enrique Rodríguez and Amauris Martínez in 3rd place.

In the Oscar de la Renta Tennis Center tournament, they won 1st. place Nicolás Caffaro, Sophie Harrison, Henry Steinberg and Nicolás Alvarado; while Marcel Santana, Carlos Alvarado, Raphael Atwood and Jono Alvarado were 2nd. square.

The renovated function room of the Puntacana Club was the perfect setting to celebrate the closing dinner, where guests danced to the rhythm of Latin music, tasted an elegant gastronomic proposal and enjoyed a family atmosphere full of entertainment.

The occasion served as the stage for a tribute to Las Musas de Punta Cana, who paraded each of their iconic costumes, with the aim of keeping alive the joy and tradition of the Punta Cana Carnival, the most anticipated meeting of art and culture. the eastern region.

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