Punta Cana International Airport Debuts New VIP Lounge With Infinity Pool
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic – Today, Punta Cana International Airport unveiled its new VIP lounge designed with a modern and avant-garde design, unique in its style, positioning itself as the first to have an infinity pool overlooking the airstrip.
Punta Cana International Airport continues to expand in order to provide domestic and international travelers innovative and excellent service facilities. The sustained growth of Punta Cana International Airport over the past five years has gone from the construction of a second airstrip, to the latest construction of a new terminal building. The airport will be adding U.S. Pre-Clearance this year in addition to becoming the first airport in the Caribbean to have a pool at an airport terminal overlooking the airstrip.
“We strive every day to offer an exceptional experience to travelers who rely on Punta Cana International Airport,” said Frank Elias Rainieri, Director of Punta Cana International Airport. “We are thrilled to offer our visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy themselves as they wait for their flight.”
In addition to the infinity pool and terrace overlooking the airport’s runway, the new lounge will have dedicated hospitality rooms with showers and changing areas for guest convenience. In addition, We will offer all the amenities necessary to enjoy the pool and facilities, such as toiletries, towels and more.
The VIP lounge will be available to owners at Puntacana Resort & Club, guests of Tortuga Bay Hotel, passengers that purchase the VIP service , Priority Pass, Dragon Pass, Lounge Pass and lounge key card holders as well as First and Business class passengers. For airlines with which we have established alliances or with walk-in access to our lounges the cost is US$50 per person.
The price of the VIP service + access to the lounge for 1 person is US$ 125, for 3+ people: US$ 100 each.
About Punta Cana International Airport
Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ), the first privately owned international airport, is located within the 15,000 acre Puntacana Resort & Club complex on the eastern shores of the Dominican Republic. The airport was envisioned and developed by Dominican businessman Frank Rainieri, President of Grupo Puntacana. The airport was inaugurated in 1984, starting with a 5000 foot runway, a small terminal and aircraft parking apron. In the airport’s first year of operation it serviced just 2,976 international passengers. Punta Cana International Airport is now the largest airport in the Caribbean, having managed 7 million arrivals in 2016.