Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace undergoes $2M renovation project

Viva Wyndham Resorts announced that its Dominicus Palace resort located in La Romana, Dominican Republic is undergoing a $2-million renovation project that includes the refurbishments of the lobby and a redesigned La Yuca restaurant. The renovation of Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace will be completed before the end of October.

The lobby will also be transformed with new furniture, lighting, rugs and décor to create a modern feel.

Meanwhile, upon completion, the La Yuca restaurant will be redesigned to feature new seating, lighter wood tables, turquoise shades in décor and furnishings.

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There are numerous onsite restaurants at the property, including: Viva Mexico, La Pizzeria and the poolside La Papaya Snack. Guests can also access restaurants at Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach, the sister property of Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace.

The resort’s facilities include the beach, water sports, fitness center and the Metamorphosis Spa.

Viva Wyndham Resorts’ five-star hotels in the Dominican Republic include Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace in La Romana, Viva Wyndham Tangerine in Cabarete and Dominicus Beach Resort in La Romana.

La Romana is located in the south east of the Dominican Republic opposite Catalina Island. 

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