Tender for Hotel Service Evaluation
Monday, July 26, 2021
Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic for the Mystery Shopper service to evaluate the service provided by hotels and restaurants, for an amount of 120 evaluations in a period of one year.
g>Dominican Republic Government Purchase ITUR-CCC-LPN-2021-0001:

"Contracting of 120 mystery shopper services to be used 10 services per month.

The services consist of booking a hotel room for two nights in a hotel and agency selected by the Ministry of Tourism, in addition to hiring an excursion and visiting two restaurants also selected by MITUR.

The bidder must submit the application forms to be filled out by the mystery shopper during the visit.ç
The time to execute the services will be 12 months."

Deadline to submit bids: September 8, 2021.

See tender.


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