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Four Seasons luxury hotel chain announces arrival in the Dominican Republic

With works in progress, the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Dominican Republic at Tropicalia has a tropical modernist design project by the Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld and promises to set a new standard of natural and sustainable elegance.

The property, which will include a 95-accommodation resort and 25 three- and four-bedroom private residences, all located just steps from the beach, is set in a place of stunning natural beauty and a diverse ecosystem of white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and coral reefs. coral, mountains, forests, mangroves, lagoons and rivers; plus an active coconut plantation and an organic farm.

The hotel

In addition to the 95 rooms and suites, the Resort will have a spa, fitness and wellness facilities, including a yoga pavilion; a variety of beach activities and water sports; racket sports such as tennis, padel and pickleball; a Kids For All Seasons kids club; and event spaces.

On-site dining offerings will include several restaurants and bars, including a beachfront grill, ceviche bar, juice bar, market and sundry shop, coffee shop and rum bar.

Water activities available nearby include diving, catamaran trips, sailing, watching sea turtles in their natural habitat, and seasonal whale watching excursions around Samaná Bay, a famous marine sanctuary where humpback whales and leatherback sea turtles are found. return to give birth to new generations.

Shore excursions include Los Haitises National Park , an explorer’s paradise with limestone hill formations, ancient caves with pictographs and petroglyphs of the pre-Columbian Taíno people, and abundant wildlife. Tom Doak Golf Course will open upon completion of the new Four Seasons Resort.

Design, construction and sustainable development

The design of the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Dominican Republic at Tropicalia was created to receive LEED certification for “green” buildings, being the first of this caliber in the country. Isay Weinfeld’s design is naturally low-impact and takes inspiration from the island’s native materials and colonial-era cities. The modernist project integrates nature into the interior, with open and airy spaces and the use of native species.

Residential and guest buildings will be located on the waterfront in Playa Esmeralda , overlooking Samaná Bay. Rooms will be spacious and designed with Four Seasons guests in mind, including private terraces and state-of-the-art technology, with green spaces and internal gardens prioritized in all rooms and common spaces.

Social responsability

With a focus on socioeconomic inclusion and sustainable development practices, the Tropicalia project will seek to share and inspire local cultural experiences, inviting visitors and residents to help sustain the community and surrounding environment. One of the activities includes the Protortuga project, created to preserve leatherback turtles in the coastal area of ​​Miches.

Guests and residents will also enjoy a symbiotic relationship with the land and sea, working closely with the Cisneros family’s sustainable organic farm, Estancia La Querencia. The farm is certified in organic cocoa production, providing local farmers with year-round food and training in organic production.

Tropicalia is owned by Cisneros Real Estate, the real estate arm of Cisneros, a diversified business group with nearly 100 years of history in media, real estate, consumer products and social leadership.

In 2010, Tropicalia committed to the United Nations Global Compact and aligned its business strategy with fundamental concepts of human rights, labor, the environment and the fight against corruption. Thus, the foundation has invested millions of dollars, sponsoring a wide range of programs that promote education, diversity and gender equity, combating hunger and climate change. The project has been recognized worldwide for its innovative economic development programs, including as a finalist at the United Nations World Trade Organization (UNWTO) for Innovation by Non-Governmental Organizations.



Source: CNN Brasil

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