Nobu to open hotels in Florida and Dominican Republic

Nobu Hospitality will open two hotels and residences in the Dominican Republic and Florida in 2025.

Nobu Hotel Punta Cana will be located on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republican amid white-sand beaches and tropical plants. It will offer 200 guest rooms and suites, including 12 villas, as well as a signature Nobu restaurant, meeting and event space, and 50 Nobu residences. 

Nobu Hotel Orlando will be situated in the heart of the Florida city, close to its theme parks and family entertainment attractions. The resort will feature 300 accommodations, including eight villas, as well as a Nobu restaurant, meeting and event space, and 50 residences.

The upcoming hotels will mark the fifth time Nobu Hospitality has partnered with American hotel company RCD Hotels.

The two brands first worked together in 2016 on the opening of Nobu Hotel Miami Beach and consequently partnered on Nobu Hotel Los Cabos in 2019, Nobu Hotel Chicago in 2020, and the upcoming Nobu Los Cabos Residences, which is due for completion in 2023. 

“The addition of these new mixed-use projects solidifies the mutual long-term investment that we have with RCD Hotels,” said Nobu Hospitality chief executive Trevor Horwell.

“Our ownership partners are critical in our development and it’s important that we work with like-minded owners who share our philosophy and passion for creating the highest quality product and guest experience for our customers.”

Roberto Chapur Duarte, president of RCD Hotel, added: “We are pleased to continue our thriving partnership with Nobu Hospitality with the introduction of these exciting new destinations to our existing Nobu Hotels’ portfolio in Mexico, Chicago, and Miami Beach.

“The expansion into the Caribbean, a region where RCD Hotels has seen much success, is a pivotal move for Nobu Hospitality and we are delighted to be collaborating with them on this project.”

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