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Tortuga Bay

Tortuga Bay Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Designed by Oscar de la Renta, the 30-room Tortuga Bay hotel offers amazing service (including preferential treatment at Punta Cana Airport), an on-site nature reserve, several superb restaurants, and three world-class golf courses. You can find a comparable room and setting at the Sivory resort at a more down-to-earth price, but its beach isn't nearly as nice.
Sanctuary Cap Cana

Sanctuary Cap Cana Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 176-room Sanctuary Cap Cana looks like a small Spanish village perched on a cliff by the ocean -- note the breathtaking views. Its beautifully decorated pools, spa, golf course, and restaurants are all among the D.R.'s best, though they don't quite match those at the Casa de Campo. But the Sanctuary does have somewhat more mordern rooms, some with private pools.
Puntacana Hotel

Puntacana Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Puntacana Hotel's 170 suites are steps away from the beach, on a giant property that includes three golf courses, including La Cana, Six Senses spa, a nature preserve, eight restaurants, horse stables, and more. La Romana's Casa de Campo is nearly identical, unless you're a pro golfer -- Casa de Campo's Teeth of the Dog beats La Cana.
Riu Palace Macao

Riu Palace Macao Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The sole adults-only hotel on the five-resort Riu complex, the Macao has a generally upscale vibe that’s significantly more tranquil than its sister properties. There’s still the requisite poolside entertainment and loud music by the gorgeous, white-sand beach, but couple-friendly amenities (which the other properties lack) include name-brand liquor and a designated VIP section on the beach. While this all-inclusive features sleek rooms and fun nightly entertainment, many guests complain about the mediocre food and the long walk to the gym and spa.
Majestic Colonial Punta Cana

Majestic Colonial Punta Cana Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This family-friendly all-inclusive resort with 658 suites has an attractive setting, affordable prices, and a compact layout (no shuttle) that puts everyone within walking distance to the beach. It's a popular place for Americans, and the resort can sometimes feel overrun by destination wedding groups. Food is not the highlight here (and reservations can be frustrating); the beach is the biggest draw, and there is also a large and lengthy pool area that runs the length of the resort, a number of bars, and a charismatic animation team. Rooms have classic, romantic style and marble bathrooms with jetted tubs (indoor or outdoor), but do show some wear and tear. Adults who choose to upgrade to the Colonial Club have access to a private lazy river pool and separate lounge for drinks and gourmet treats.
Majestic Elegance Punta Cana - Luxury All Inclusive

Majestic Elegance Punta Cana - Luxury All Inclusive Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in late 2008, the 600-room Majestic is newer, cleaner, and more modern than most all-inclusives. Its giant pool, soft-sand beach, great beds, Jacuzzis in every room, and brand-name liquor make it a cut above most D.R. resorts. But the buffet, like anywhere, isn't great -- a bit disappointing for the price.
Melia Caribe Tropical

Melia Caribe Tropical Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Despite a whopping 1,100 rooms, the Melia is a quiet, fashion-forward all-inclusive with stunning public spaces and ornately designed restaurants. Suites are even more stylish after 2012 renovations that introduced more modern decor. But the pools are lackluster and the buffets, while plentiful, aren't as varied as other chains like the Iberostar or the Occidental. With a Flintstone-themed kids' club, it's family-friendly, but it is also frequented by adults.
Occidental Grand Punta Cana

Occidental Grand Punta Cana Rating: 3.5 Pearls

An 877-room all-inclusive, the Occidental draws mostly young families with its massive, lagoon-shaped pool (one of Punta Cana's best), popular beachside activities, lively entertainment, many restaurants, and all-night pizzeria. Rooms are well-decorated, and even include spa robes and slippers. Reasonably priced, this all-inclusive has bang for the buck.
Catalonia Bavaro Beach - All Inclusive

Catalonia Bavaro Beach - All Inclusive Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This lively 658-room resort, not to be confused with the more romantic adults-only Royal property, is situated on a pretty section of Bavaro Beach. It appeals to a mix of families, spring breakers, and wedding groups, as well as to a mix of Canadians, Europeans, and Russians of all ages. No guest shall go hungry or thirsty with the wide range of bars, a la carte restaurants, and even a 24-hour pizzeria for those needing a late-night fix. The resort is more walkable that other mega-resorts in the area (it's shuttle-free). Rooms have modern tropical style, whirlpool tubs, and balconies, but they are not the highlight here. Golf fans will love having easy access to the 18- and 9-hole golf courses, and other activities include biking, tennis, archery and a range of free non-motorized water sports (wind surfing, too!. Plenty of people are around to sell extra excursions -- start practicing "no, gracias."
Riu Palace Punta Cana

Riu Palace Punta Cana Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The top resort in a sprawling, five-hotel complex, the 612-room Riu Palace Punta Cana has access to some excellent pools, top-notch liquor, and a gorgeous, though especially crowded, beach. For the price, the rooms and food are subpar. Opt for nearby (and cheaper) Barcelo Premium Punta Cana instead.

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What's Your Style?

  • Wedding
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Punta Cana
  • Boca Chica
  • Cabarete and Sosua
  • La Romana
  • Puerto Plata
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Iberostar
  • Majestic
  • Melia
  • Occidental
  • PUNTACANA
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