Melia has released more details on Katmandu Park Punta Cana, a theme park and destination resort under construction in a partnership between Melia Hotels International and Florida-based entertainment development company Falcon’s Beyond.
The Katmandu Park Punta Cana is scheduled to be open early next year and will be apart of a USD$350 million entertainment destination called Falcon’s Beyond Destination Punta Cana. The destination features three distinct guest experiences which include the theme park, an all-suite resort and dedicated retail shop, dining and entertainment district.
The plan also calls for major upgrades to two of the Paradisus properties in Punta Cana, which includes a rebuild of the Paradisus Punta Cana and big renovations for Paradisus Palma Real. Those renovations should be mostly completed near the end of 2023.
“Together with Melia and the Dominican Republic, we are truly creating a destination like no other — a new dimension of entertainment for Punta Cana.” – Scott Demerau, Executive Chairman of Falcon’s Beyond Global.
“This entertainment destination is designed to complement the beach and resort experiences day and night, providing a new reason for tourists to visit the Dominican Republic and enjoy everything the country has to offer.”
“With this new plan, it will be replaced with a destination resort that adds a new degree of luxury to a brand that is loved by some of the most discerning travellers in the world, providing exceptional experiences based on an all-inclusive luxury service, extraordinary locations and a sustainable and responsible management philosophy.” Andre P. Gerondeau, COO of Melia Hotels International.
Katmandu Park Punta Cana is going to feature rides and attractions which will immerse guests in in the company’s original franchise: The Hidden Realms of Katmandu. It will only be open initially and exclusively to guests of the destination’s resort, Falcon’s Resort by Melia l All Suites Punta Cana.
“Katmandu Park Punta Cana will deliver an unprecedented theme park experience based on the popular characters of our very own Katmandu fantastical universe,” Cecil D. Magpuri, CEO of Falcon’s Beyond.
“Through innovative rides and attractions that deliver unmatched and immersive storytelling, guests will truly lose themselves in the Hidden Realms of Katmandu. Combined with other day and night entertainment, dining and shopping, Katmandu Park will offer an extraordinary experience for families and theme park lovers in the premier resort location of Punta Cana.”
Some signature new attractions will include a first ever suspended theatre in Voyage of the Fathom Wanderer, a reimagining of the traditional 4D interactive theatre in Challenge of the Mad Mage, a 4D Dark Ride attraction in Legend of the Desirata and an interactive walk-through attraction making its global debut in EtherQuest.
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