Sirenis to rebrand Punta Cana resort with redesign by Maat Handasa and Paulina Moran

Sirenis Hotels and Resorts will rebrand its Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames in the Dominican Republic as Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Resort when it reopens following a $30-million renovation this December.

Involved in the renovation are architectural firm Maat Handasa, helmed by its director Pedro Pablo Velasco, and interior designer Paulina Moran.

The renovation of the five-star resort includes the guestrooms, where avant-garde design elements will be added, and refreshments made to the main buffet-restaurants, lobby and common areas. New themed restaurants and children’s club will also be added, as well as refreshments made to the Aquagames Waterpark.

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The 816-room beachfront resort has a casino, two pools, driving range, motorized and non-motorized watersports, El Bonche nightclub lounge, and a spa.

Photo credit: Sirenis Hotels and Resorts

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