State-owned hotels, tourism schools rebuilt for RD$300.0M+
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s hotels and tourism industry development agency (CORPHOTELS) on Thursday announced an allocation of more than RD$300.0 million to recover and rebuild hotels and tourism schools.
CORPHOTELS director Bienvenido Pérez, in a ceremony to reopen its main office, said the investment is of Dominican capital with cooperation from the European Community.
Pérez said the Hotel Santa Cruz at El Seybo (east) is being rebuilt at a cost of RD$48.8 million, as well as Constanza’s (central) Nueva Suiza, at a cost of RD$37.0 million.
He said his agency’s offices were completely remodeled at a cost of RD$11.0 million, in keeping with the parameters of current government administration.
Perez added that similar work is being done at Hotel Montaña and Casa Club Ercilia Pepín, in Jarabacoa, Hotel Agua y Luz, in Santo Domingo and La Mansion, in San José de Las Matas, Santiago.
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