TUI resumes Dominican Republic flights and opens new hotel in Island Resort
Newly-built TUI BLUE SENSATORI Cap Cana becomes the latest addition to the brand’s portfolio of hotels in the popular destination
The UK’s largest tour operator TUI is resuming flights and holidays to the popular long-haul destination of the Dominican Republic from today.
TUI Airways will be operating six direct weekly flights to Punta Cana for the winter 2021 season through to the end of April 2022 following Covid travel restrictions.
Services from Manchester resume today, with a second flight starting from November 15, increasing with a third weekly service from December 16.
Flights from London Gatwick resume on November 13 with a second flight starting from November 24, increasing with a third weekly flight from December 14.
In addition, the newly-built TUI BLUE SENSATORI Cap Cana becomes the latest addition to the brand’s portfolio of hotels. It is located on an impressive sandy beach in the increasingly popular and glamorous destination of Cap Cana on the eastern tip of the island.
As well as stylish rooms including swim-up and beachfront suite upgrades, the hotel has a dedicated entertainment venue and an impressive gourmet village with a choice of nine dining options suitable for both families and adults.
TUI is selling seven-night holidays to the Dominican Republic, staying at the 5T TUI BLUE SENSATORI Cap Cana on an all-inclusive board basis. Prices from £872 per person