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This is a great 4 star hotel right on the Playa Bavaro, with fine white sand and a beautiful turquoise sea. It's a paradise destination, recommended 100%! The best feature in the rooms are the round hydro baths, although they also have TV, safe, fan, terrace with hammock, etc. The Catalonia Bavaro is a tourist resort with basically everything: a private beach, gardens, swimming pools, jacuzzi, bars, disco, casino, shows at night, shopping ... and sports equipment: 2 tennis courts, gym, golf course, games room, all kinds of water sports ... in short, paradise!! The perfect choice for anyone thinking of a relaxing beach holiday in Punta Cana.
Dominican Republic is incredible! The people are so friendly and loving. Bavaro beach is beautiful and the hotel where we stayed was a jewel among the rest. The enormous Fiesta Hotel is so great that if we want to visit and enjoy Todal, we had all the facilities available. We had the train at our disposale. The facilities are very well-maintained, the staff is very attentive and the food is really tasty. What more can we ask? Paradise is in the Dominican Republic.
Although it's within the Palladium complex, this is a luxury hotel exclusively for adults, with VIP treatment (even with a butler), making it ideal for a honeymoon. Guests staying in these suites can use the facilities of the other three Palladium resorts, but not vice-versa. It is quite large, with its own pool with sun loungers right on the water. It has a private beach area with Balinese beds instead of chairs, and a beach bar where the waiter will bring your drinks right to your hammock. Its exclusive restaurant is The Royal Gourmet for dinner a la carte. It is in the vicinity of the hotel complex where you'll find the spa (massages, fitness centre, beauty centre, sauna, jacuzzi, etc).
Next to Palladium Bavaro Beach hotel is in Palladium Punta Cana is the tiniest hotel in the resort area of Palladium. It is an All Inclusive, and instead of villas, it is made up of 3 buildings that have 425 rooms and 26 suites. They are on the beach and it has 2 beach bars, Diving Center, Mini club, pool bar, and the restaurant Grape (also serving snacks) at the foot of the beach is The Cortecito. It also has its own lobby, where there is internet and desk recruiting trips. On the back of the buildings there are villas and other services, but they belong to the Grand Palladium Palace Resort. You can use all the facilities of the other hotels in the resort , except for the Royal Suites.
Upon arrival at the resort the first thing you notice is the size of the facility. The lobby is huge with two check-in areas. The rooms are the Deluxe Junior Suites, which have two beds plus a sofa bed and a balcony that is a bit small but useful for two people. The rest of the facilities were newly remodeled and have a lot to offer: 3 buffets, 7 themed restaurants, and a bar that is open 24 hours. The pools are huge, the beach activities are the best, catamarans, sunfish, kayaks, and windsurfing are all free to rent, all you have to do is indicate the number of the room. A good choice if you're considering it but never tried.
The experience was very good. The treatment of the whole staff excellent. The new infinity pool is finished, and the new restaurant has since opened (Cover Cata). But a tip, if you eat too much or bother going ... Hahaha because it is a bit ridiculous, I wanted to make it so special to spend ... If you are different you will love the patience at Thalassa, quietly between courses you can spend twenty minutes, and sometimes you go ... But you will realize, Dominicans are well ... You're stressed ... Take your time and relax!
This is the largest resort in the entire Palladium complex, opposite the Playa El Cortecito. Its 29 villas contain no less than 274 rooms and 90 suites. There are several bars and beach kiosks, and the amphitheatre offers merengue shows every night. There's a sports complex with 6 tennis courts, mini golf, table tennis, archery and target shooting, badminton, basketball, billiards, darts, etc, and two pools: one just behind the Palladium Punta Cana building, next to the Behique buffet restaurant, and another next to the beach and the Bohio restaurant. Behind is the reception, lobby bar, casino and spa (massages, fitness centre, beauty centre, sauna, jacuzzi, etc), along with shops, a medical centre and an array of restaurants:
* Restaurant Sumptuori (for dinner), specializing in Japanese cuisine. You can dine à la carte or sign up for the spectacular live show.
* Rodizio (for dinner) restaurant, specializing in Brazilian food. The first course is a buffet of salads, and for the second, the waiters serve different types of meat roasted on huge skewers. (we didn't like it so much)
* Restaurant Mare Nostrum, Italian. It has a nice a la carte dinner where you can choose three courses. Lots of food, good quality.
* Restaurant Las Torres, buffet. The worst of the breakfasts. In the evening, there are different thematic buffets for each day of the week (Dominican food, Japanese food, Italian food, American food, etc). On Friday there is a "gala dinner".
You can use all the facilities and restaurants of any of the Palladium hotels, except the exclusive Royal Suites, and there is a free train that runs through the four hotels.
ROOMS: Our room was 6705 and was wonderful. it was on the ground floor of one of the villas, with a terrace-porch at the front with a couple of chairs. It was also very well-placed - in the back was a pool, and the restaurants and shops were in front. The room was very spacious with two large beds pushed together, a desk, a cabinet to accommodate the minibar (it only had soft drinks, water and beer) and tv, coffee maker, and a large wardrobe where the safe was located (free). There was thermostatically controlled air conditioning and a fan on the ceiling lamp. The bathroom was semi integrated into the room: Next to the bed there was an oval hydro bath (which we didn't try), and occupying the entire wall of the room, a large, marble counter top in which the sink was set. We had a hairdryer, magnifying mirror, and a complete set of amenities that were replenished every day. There were two separate doors for the toilet and shower. It was all spotless. Everyday the room was cleaned, and the towels changed. All the details were perfect - every day we found natural flowers perfectly placed on the edge of the bathtub and basin, and clean towels.
If you go to Santo Domingo, you are sure to have good, sunny weather and completely relax. One of the hotels making all of this possible is the Hotel Gran Bahia Principe. The Hotel is located about half an hour from Punta Cana Airport, and an hour and a half from La Romana. With a half-mile beach of white sand, it also hosts several pools that offer aquagym classes and water games. Like all TI hotels, it has several restaurants: Japanese-style, Mediterranean-style, a grill, a gourmet, Italian-style, etc. There are also tennis courts, mini golf and a water sports center. If you like playing golf, a few meters away are the Punta Blanca Golf Club and the Palma Real Golf Club. Although if you want to enjoy the famous "Teeth of the Dog" golf course, you have to drive an hour and a half to Altos de Chavon in La Romana, but it is also one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world and with stunning sea views.
An unforgettable trip! This photo was taken around 5:15 am the night before. We went to bed at about 11pm, and I wanted to wake up at 4am to make my morning photo of the coast. It was an incredible experience, watching the sun rising, and reflecting off the sea.
It's great - first for its wonderful climate, second for the language (we are from Spain), third for the food - it's the only country where they serve something really similar to Spanish food. Fourth for the prices and the friendliness of the people, who are warm and welcoming. Fifth for the luxurious Caribbean beaches, and sixth for the excursions, each more interesting than the next (you can go horse-riding, take a 4 x 4, catamaran, helicopter, speedboat, etc). Sixth, almost all the hotels in the area have canoes, pedal boats and bikes free for their customers. Seventh, picking starfish (which must be returned to the sea) from the rock pools is an amazing experience. Eighth, you can visit Chabón highland, the Cathedral, Santo Domingo, the sugar cane plantations, etc.. Ninth, the price and convenience of all-inclusive packages. Tenth, because almost everyone I know has gone back several times to repeat it. I've been five times, and I can't wait to go again.