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22 Sep-23 Sep
This is the 2nd time I vacationed at this resort and my 4th time in the counrty. It was wonderful and amazaing as always. Chef Arron at Toro was amazing.
The staff was very pleasant, which say a lot because it kinda felt they were understaffed when we were getting our check in done so the fact that they were still friendly after have people be very rude to them was nice. I went with my daughter and the children’s staff where very wonderful, they had ...
18 Oct-19 Oct
Everything very nice! I will consider to change cloth napkins form the restaurants, they look old and sometimes dirty! More than one time I found labial stains on them!
23 Sep-24 Sep
Great Staff, Nice rooms, Excellent food, Good selection of liquor, decent properly, Pool needs more attention, at times it was pretty filthy! Will be back for sure....
20 Sep-21 Sep
We were out of power for couple times the first day of our stay. Also we dint have water to take shower when we when back to the room,
Book a hotel in the Dominican Republic: a land of contrast. Vast mountains and rampaging rivers give way to lush rainforest and colourful plant life. You can experience tranquillity and natural beauty, as well as lively Caribbean lifestyles with a Latin flavour. The country is found on the island of Hispaniola, which is shares with Haiti to the west, and is a land of sugar plantations, alpine mountains and sweaty mangrove swamps. It was visited by Columbus on his first voyage to the Americas and has a fascinating history which can be explored in depth during your stay. And with numerous National Parks to visited, it’s a place of real discovery.
Metropolitan Area - The area around the capital, Santo Domingo, to the south of the country. The most urban part of the island where you can find the best shopping, cultural attractions and hotels.
Eastern Plains - Taking up the whole eastern end of the country, here is where most of the major tourist resorts and hotels are based, including Casa de Campo and Cap Cana.
Eastern Cibao - With a huge sweeping bay often regarded as one of the most beautiful on the planet, this is a must visit destination.
Western Cibao - Taking up much of the northern half of the country, this mountainous region also boasts some gorgeous beaches.
Enriquillo Valley - Covering the southern part of the island, the most secluded area of the country with little tourism but some stunning wildlife.
The capital Santo Domingo is a lively place where you can soak up the culture, sample cuisine and shop. The east coast area of Bavaro and Punta Cana are where you can discover sweeping beaches and the country’s premier resorts. Discover the central highlands, where vast coffee plantations dominate or head east to explore the Peninsula de Samana, where there’s a real European vibe. Spend some time in the upmarket fishing village of Las Terrenas or explore an underwater world at Sosua. The city of La Romana is another of the island’s biggest with a bustling atmosphere, surrounded by large sugar plantations.
Hit the trail in one of the country’s many national parks, including Los Haitises, Jaragua and Isla Cabritos. Take a catamaran cruise from Saona Island to Punta Cana, where you can dune buggy or fly through the canopy on a zip line adventure. Meet sharks at the Marinarium or take a mega truck safari out into the wild. Around the coast there are some amazing snorkelling and dive spots, including the Bay of Sosua and Punta Cana, or, for those with a head for heights rather than a passion for depths, you can ride the cable car at Puerto Plata to enjoy some incredible views over the island.