La Romana Hotels
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Casa De Campo

Casa De Campo Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The D.R.'s classiest, most famous resort since 1974, the Casa de Campo hotel is part of a massive, 7,000-acre resort community that includes three world-renowned golf courses, an immaculate beach, a marina, the quaint "town" of Altos de Chavon, and numerous other on-site activities. It can take some time to get from place to place, but each of the spacious rooms comes with a golf cart for guests' use. Though the Eden Roc may offer more luxurious rooms, Casa de Campo certainly offers more activities and some prefer its upscale, yet slightly more laid-back, vibe.

Dreams La Romana

Dreams La Romana Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Reopened in 2008, this 751-room mega-resort has immaculate pools, beautiful rooms, an excellent kids' club, a great cocktail menu with name-brand liquor, and some of the D.R.’s best all-inclusive food -- from fine French cuisine to fish and chips. It's a great pick, though the beach is fairly small and unimpressive.

Catalonia Gran Dominicus

Catalonia Gran Dominicus Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 406-room Italian resort entices couples and families with quality cocktails, excellent snorkeling off a clear-water beach, and some of the best pizza and pasta in the D.R. Rooms are clean, generally, but the worn bathrooms certainly show their age. Still, it's a great pick for the price.

Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace Resort

Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Viva's beach has some of the softest sand and calmest water in the D.R., and it's clearly the main draw at this Italian-owned, Italian-focused, 330-room resort. The rooms are basic but stylish, while the food and activities are a notch above. But seriously, the beach is reason enough to head to this all-inclusive.

Grand Bahia Principe La Romana

Grand Bahia Principe La Romana Rating: 3.5 Pearls

One of the only quiet Dominican all-inclusives, this remote family and couples escape has 400 rooms, quality food, an incredibly long shoreline, and sizable suites with marble bathrooms. The only real downside: Its beach, though large, isn't quite as nice as those in Punta Cana.

Costa Caribe Coral Hotel & Resort

Costa Caribe Coral Hotel & Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Designed for partiers on a budget, this Juan Dolio all-inclusive has a 24-hour sports bar, an all-night snack bar, a casino, and a weekend disco that even locals frequent. Rooms (renovated in 2012) are generic, and the clean, shallow-water beach doesn’t compare to those in Punta Cana or La Romana. But the superior food makes this place a pretty good deal.

Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach

Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Quality food, oceanfront bungalows, free trapeze lessons, and beachside canopy beds make this 600-room resort an excellent value. There are some minor cleanliness issues, like debris in the pool, but the beach has some of the softest sand and clearest water in the D.R. (though there are the occasional coral rocks).

Iberostar Hacienda Dominicus

Iberostar Hacienda Dominicus Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located on the D.R.’s softest and calmest stretch of beach, the highly active Iberostar Hacienda Dominicus is a pretty solid family option -- three clean pools, attentive service, and excellent scuba diving (though for a cost). But because the rooms are dated and poorly maintained, and the food is only good (not great), the newly renovated Dreams La Romana is a better option for the same price.


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