I loved this resort! The staff was insightful and extremely nice. There was one particular staff that stuck out to myself and my family. Her name was Luz Ramirez. She was working in the restaurant Mexico lindo on January 17. She really went out of her way to make our evening enjoyable. The architecture ...
Beautiful resort that makes you want to come back. Good vibe and epic parties. The only reason I can't give it five stars is due to my son getting sick for a day. Although the food is nicely presented, not so confident in the quality, especially the sea food.
Beautiful hotel right on the beach, beach is gorgeous you are able to walk for miles in either direction. The food is very good you will never go hungry alot of different foods to choose from. The employees are very friendly and helpful. I will definately being going back.
Nice hotel close to the beach. We loved the beach. Restaurant was very marginal if not disappointing at the Grill and Lobster House. One morning at breakfast at Magna we asked for coffee several times only to have it brought to us as we were leaving. Otherwise everything else was great and we are ...
Surpassed expectations, the food was good, bed very comfortable, grounds very clean and well taken care of, a few squashed mosquitos on the wall and ceiling of the room though, some of the drinks were bad though better quality liquor is used here than other resorts, bartenders didn’t know the names ...
The Dominican Republic is a country that is frequented by travelers from all over the world because it is an affordable Caribbean destination. The country is known for its beautiful beaches and warm weather throughout the year. Visitors to the country can choose between all-inclusive Dominican Republic hotels and smaller resorts. Travelers can also stay at hotels in the Dominican Republic that are away from the beach, which give a different view of the country.
Governments and professional sports leagues have held conventions at the numerous conventions centers at hotels Dominican Republic. Many of these conventions are held right on the beach in Punta Cana or Puerto Plata.
Most resort areas have local seafood restaurants in the region, where a boat picks visitors up at their resort and take them to an island restaurant.
Santo Domingo is the oldest European city in the Americas and is still home to a palace built by Diego Columbus, the son of Christopher, in the early 1500s. Visitors can tour the palace and many other old buildings in the city.
Visitors can find great deals at the beach shops along the shore. Major cities like Santo Domingo and Higuey also have low prices, although vacationers must be careful to avoid tourist traps along the highways.
The Dominican Republic has a professional baseball league with teams scattered all over the country. The Dominican Baseball League features Aguilas Cibaenas, playing at Cibao Stadium, Tigres del Licey and Leones del Escogido, playing at Quisqueya Stadium, Gigantes del Cibao, playing at Julian Javier Stadium, Estrellas Orientales, playing at Tetelo Vargas Stadium and Toros del Este, playing at Francisco Micheli Stadium.
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