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Iberostar Grand Hotel Bavaro Adults Only - All inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$904

Iberostar Grand Hotel Bavaro Adults Only - All inclusive

Carretera Arena Gorda, Playa Bavaro, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel and grounds "
It is a beautiful hotel with perfect grounds and size for a couples retreat. We went for our 33rd wedding anniversary and thought it was serene, quiet, and elegant. We prefer smaller resorts with excellent service. We found the service lacking in key areas but the facility pools, lobby, room, and proximity on the beach was incomparable to other all inclusive a we have visited!
Traveller from P
Grand Hotel Bávaro’s hotel complex is located in beautiful Punta Cana Beach, in the Dominican Republic. Bathed by the waters …More
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$870

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana All Inclusive

Boulevard Turístico Del Este Km 28, #74, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Fantastic stay in paradise"
This was our second trip to Hard Rock Punta Cana and we had a terrific time just as we did a year ago. The resort grounds, facility, restaurants, and staff are all superb. In particular the food / restaurants, drinks, pools and beach areas are superb. We enjoyed a Couple's massage, and our child highly liked the kid's club. Love the attitude / friendliness of the staff - they virtually all are smiling, friendly, and happy appearing. We will be back again, probably next winter.
Traveller from Milwaukee
From exhilarating music to authentic memorabilia, innovative signature restaurants to electrifying public spaces Hard Rock …More
AlSol Del Mar - Luxury Condo - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$257

AlSol Del Mar - Luxury Condo

Boulevard Zona Hotelera, Playa Juanillo, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (174 reviews)
Located in Cap Cana, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Juanillo Beach, and within 6 mi …More
Sanctuary Cap Cana by AlSol - All Inclusive - Adults Only - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$1,085

Sanctuary Cap Cana by AlSol - All Inclusive - Adults Only

Blvd Zona Hotelera, Playa Juanillo, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Perfection!"
We booked our first all-inclusive at the Sanctuary Cap Cana in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and loved it. We booked the Junior Suite with Ocean view, and stuck with it, despite offers to upgrade for a fee... we are happy that we got just what we wanted, needed, and the staff was amazing. The whole experience from the time we arrived set the Sanctuary feel as one of relaxation and peace... it was great! We had read the posts/blogs of others about the sea grass problems in the area, and we saw our resort working endlessly to keep the beach area clear of the sea grass- they are the ones who really deserve the tipping. We also avoided all excursions other than the one we choose with Mike's Punta Cana.....it was great. It took us to a cigar factory, rum tasting, chocolate store, fish shack on the beach, and even more impressive, to a real-life town near Bavaro that will make the hardest of hearts soft. The Bavaro area, not far from many resorts (about 2 miles away from many in that area), was a reality check of what a third-world country really is like. Look into it- it is great way to see the reality of D.R.
Traveller from CT
This luxury resort is located in Cap Cana (Punta Cana), close to Cap Cana Marina and Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park. Area …More
Dreams La Romana - Luxury All Inclusive - Bayahibe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Dreams La Romana - Luxury All Inclusive

Playa Bayahibe 01, Bayahibe - Map
 
 
"Dreams La Romana is a wonderful place. "
My new wife and I spent our Honeymoon at the Dreams La Romana. We spent 8 full days and 8 nights. We booked through Travelocity. We arrived 3:30 PM Sunday and was greeted by wonderful staff. It was a bit overwhelming at first but they really do mean to take care of you and make you feel welcome. Aside from our room not being ready when it was supposed to everything else was excellent. The restaurants are great. Some simple with true Dominican food and other more elegant with a specific cuisine attached to it. They have a preferred section and a regular section. For the extra money I recommend the preferred section as the regular pools can become very crowded at times but bearable. The entertainment was amazing and always something to do from yoga, to water aerobics, volleyball, lounging on the beach, snorkeling, etc.The staff is the best part. Do yourself a favor and learn a bit of Spanish as they will appreciate it and it goes a long ways. And if not, still try to communicate with them. Do so with a smile on your face. They have huge hearts and are very welcoming so don't be rude and "expect" to be treated like kings just because you paid for it. And even small tips go a long ways. This place can be what you make it; quiet and quaint, or loud and energetic.Visit the Altos de Chavon when you go. You wont regret it! All this is coming from a couple that travels the Caribbean often and we must say this place rocks. The overall country is beautiful but rough but the people rock!
Traveller from Virginia
Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa is in Bayahibe, overlooking the azure of the Caribbean Sea. A championship golf course is 24 km …More
Meliá Caribe Tropical - All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Meliá Caribe Tropical - All Inclusive

Playas De Bavaro, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Great vacation!"
I had a great time at Melia Caribe Tropical. The room was nice and clean, every room has a patio or balcony. There were snacks in the room such Doritos, Nestle crunch bars, sodas and beer. Just a reminder to bring repellent for the mosquitos, I forgot mines and got bitten a couple of times. The toilet isn't that great compare to USA so you will be flushing a couple of times. The staff was very friendly and treated me and my friend like royalty. Good drinks at the bars, the bartenders Leonardo, Cesar, and Pablo made sure that my friend and I never had a empty glass. The food was good and very good variety of food. I'm such a picky eater but had no complaints about the food. Food was available for 24 hours, I was surprised. The resort is big so there's a train or golf carts that take you every where, the wait wasn't long for transportation. I wasn't far from the beach so I walk to the beach. The beach was amazing, the only complaint I had was the European women had their top offs and there were children at the beach. I can't wait to go back.
Traveller from Philadelphia, PA
Located on the island's eastern tip, the Melia Tropical All Inclusive faces Bavaro Beach, famed for its white sands and …More
Barceló Bávaro Palace - All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$560

Barceló Bávaro Palace - All Inclusive

Carretera Bávaro Km. 1, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Bacelo excellent family vaca"
Family of 5, booked on travelocity. Nice family 2 bedroom suite room with king, two full/miniqueen beds, and single bed, two balconies one with hot tub, 25 steps away from kid water park, pool bar, and just a short walk to dining areas, beach, big pools with swim up bars, nice clean beach with free water activities with kayaks, paddleboards and sailboats. Did a few offsite activities arranged at hotel like deep sea fishing and horseback riding on the beach that were reasonable and fun.
Traveller from New England US
Located in Bavaro, this beachfront resort is connected to the convention center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Dolphin Island …More
Majestic Elegance Punta Cana - All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$519

Majestic Elegance Punta Cana - All Inclusive

Playa Bavaro - Punta Cana, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Majestic Mirage"
We were upgraded to Majestic Mirage upon arrival due to overbooking at Majestic Elegance. We were very happy this happened. It allowed us access to both resorts. The staff was wonderful and friendly. The food in the buffet was great and of a different flavor each evening. The Steakhouse was good and my daughter loved the coffee shop. The drinks were plentiful as well. We were a little disappointed with the Italian restaurant but that was the only thing we wished was better. Our butler, Jean Carlos was very good aschool was all other staff. Our room was a pool side swim up and we loved it! If I were to go back I'd like a room with an ocean view to make it better. Overall a wonderful experience and a place I'd definitely love to come back to!
Traveller from Chippewa Falls, WI
This beachfront property is located in Punta Cana a white sandy beach surrounded by astonishing landscapes all Jr Suites & …More
Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana - All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$492

Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana - All Inclusive

Arena Gorda - Macao, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"Dominican Republic Winter Get Away"
Our sons (13,11 yo) were having winter break and the family headed to DR to escape the winter in the SF Bay Area. This hotel had a "reasonable cost" and good reviews that sold it to my husband. We were very pleased with our 7 nights there. The resort is huge, but the buses make getting around easy. Once you are oriented on what bus line to take and in which direction to go (the lobby or the beach) traversing the complex is quick. The grounds were very clean--the staff is visible daily gardening, drying the wet walk ways once it stops raining or buffing the dirty area, cleaning the pool areas nightly. The beach is also sweped all day making the sand of this resort very clean and free of painful stabbings of twigs or rocks. The cleansiness of the restaurants is also worthy of mentioning-- white table covers are replaced after every use. The restrooms were clean and there was an airfreshner taming odors. The a-la-cart restaurants were amazing. We were disappointed in the limited # or times we were allowed to visit them (3 maximum for us eventough we were there 7 nights). The Caribbean BBQ was my favorite with the lobster tails available at no extra cost. My sons loved the meat at the Grill. We enjoyed the Japanese Mieko was nice but the portions were small (maybe we're too used to the American "Super Sizes"). The buffet near the lobby was wonderful too; the menu rotates every day and our favorite was Friday's Dominican Theme with complementary cocunust out of th
Traveller from SF Bay Area
Located on a white-sand Caribbean beach with calm and clear waters, this resort is set amid lush tropical gardens. Going to …More
CHIC by Royalton Resorts - Adults Only All Inclusive - Punta Cana Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$1,040

CHIC by Royalton Resorts - Adults Only All Inclusive

Highway Macao Uvero Alto Beach, Punta Cana - Map
 
 
"PERFECT FOR COUPLES!!!!"
Amazing, modern, beautiful hotel. It's 30 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from "Downtown Punta Cana". You'll want to bring a bunch of small bills for tips. There is an ATM on the premises that distributes pesos. DO NOT use the exchange next to it. The Casino has a cage that you can exchange pesos at a much better rate. The food is really good. I was pleasantly surprised because it is an all inclusive resort. There is a buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner which is decent. There are also 3 restaurants and a coffee shop on the premises that are part of the all inclusive. All 4 are AMAZING!! You can't go wrong with any of them. The alcohol seems to be watered down but it works. You also have beer and alcohol in your room. They have El Presidente-Beer on tap and miller lite, dos equus in cans. There are enough activities to not be bored, but you can separate yourself and have privacy. It's isolated on a private beach and not within walking distance to anything. However everything you need is on the resort. There is a live band, or dj every night.
A Traveller
Nestled on the beach, this El Macao resort is within 12 mi (20 km) of Macao Beach, Cana Bay Golf Club, and Punta Blanca Golf …More

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    Punta Cana All Inclusive Hotel Guide

    When conference calls and commuting have you ready for a break, follow your bliss to always-sunny Punta Cana. This small beach-lined district on the east side of the Dominican Republic offers an idyllic seaside getaway to the sounds of rustling coco palms, the comfort of warm ocean water, and the scent of savory seafood. While the workaday life keeps its pace without you, dip your toes in the Caribbean one day and the Atlantic the next. With amenities like fine dining, spa treatments, and entertainment, let yourself be a homebody at your all-inclusive hotel in Punta Cana—but don’t forget to lounge at the beach and sip fresh passionfruit punch. In fact, you’ll probably spend a lot of time enjoying the fabulous weather on Punta Cana’s white sand, so read on…

    How is the weather in Punta Cana?

    The weather in Punta Cana is always warm and usually sunny, with the average daily temperature in the high 70s or low 80s, with little variance year round. So, the weather is, in a word, fabulous. Rainfall comes and goes, too, with more showers in September than any other month. But rainy days and Mondays in Punta Cana won’t get you down, because they’re the perfect opportunity to cuddle up with delicious Dominican comfort food in one of our Punta Cana all-inclusive hotels such as the Majestic Colonial. Plan to spend the rest of your time out on the water or sunbathing with your nose in a book and your mind anywhere but at work. Which brings us to the next question…

    Where are the best beaches in Punta Cana?

    In a region that’s lined by 22 miles of pristine blond sand and turquoise waves, sometimes the “best beach” is simply the shoreline you find when you’re ready to stretch out in the sun. When you want to revive your spirit with the energy of waterfront parties and nearby breezy bistros and bars, then the popular Playa Bavaro is the perfect place to shake out your towel. Playa Bavaro and nearby El Cortecito are the hub of nightlife, shopping, and some of the best all-inclusive hotels in Punta Cana. Stay right on the waterfront and start your day with an in-suite massage and watch the sunset as you sip your favorite rum punch from the rooftop.

    Craving a little more solitude? Get out on the water at Macao Beach, located west of Bavaro and nestled against an outcropping of cliffs. Wander along the waterfront, snooze in the shade of a palm tree, or take a lesson from the Surf Club and watch the world float by from the top of a paddle board. According to locals, the south shore of Punta Cana—the Caribbean side—is home to more secluded spaces and family-friendly shallows. Steal yourself away to Juanillo, which is surrounded by luxurious resorts and fine dining. You’ve earned some “me time.” Savor it.

    With all-inclusive hotels from Travelocity—like the south coast’s Casa de Campo Resort and Villas —you can treat yourself to rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Somewhere, a conference call is about to begin, but Punta Cana is somewhere else entirely.

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