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Excelent trip for money

“Excellent trip for the money- I will return”
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A female friend and I traveled here together in early December 2013, we are both in our mid 20's. I try to go somewhere new every year and have never even had interest in returning to a place I'd been; but this place is by far my favorite and I WILL return within a few years.

Food- Everyone complains about the food here.. Personally, I found the Casablanca buffet to be sub-par for both breakfast and dinner; the Pearl buffet over at Cofresi was better for breakfast although not great however for dinner, we ate there 3 times and every time was something new and exciting, plus the staff was much more friendly. A young lady named Martina helped us out at the Pearl our second night, and her glowing personality was a big influence on our return as well. She was EXCELLENT with everything and SUPER nice! We were unable to get into the Asian restaurant, every morning I was there at exactly 8am when they opened the doors, but somehow Indochine was already booked (even though the restaurant was empty every night). The Italian restaurant (Bellini) was pretty good though the service was slightly slow. We also tried the Dominican restaurant (El Pilon) and the food there was amazing as well as the service! Plus their version of the "Mama Juana" tasted far superior to the others I tasted and was very "effective" for lack of a better term. (for those unfamiliar with Mama Juana like I was upon arrival, it is an Aphrodisiac and, well, we were both ready after dinner. I suggest googling it lol) 

The staff at the hotel was always helpful. A few of the bartenders down at the beach seemed to ignore us quite a bit, but overall a great experience. We never had a problem finding an open cabana down by the beach despite time of day. There were servers running around between cabanas all day taking food and drink orders, they were very prompt and I even had a few refuse a tip after their services, which was GREAT. Carlos Salas in the lobby bar was also amazing and super friendly. We drank A LOT in there and he treated us like royalty- which really meant a lot to me and I offered him a $10 tip multiple times which he refused to take. Very stand up guy!

Our room was nice. Bed was comfy, TV worked fine, towels were always abundant and fresh.

There were nightly shows over at the Colosseum and all were pretty good. The Michael Jackson show was literally amazing- the guy could dance just like MJ! A lot of the guys in these 9pm shows were working around the pool and at the breakfast buffets, etc at 7am already. They put their heart and soul into this place and are very nice people! We weren't there for the Thursday night VIP party but our friends made it over and said it was phenomenal; I saw some pictures and I believe it. It rained a little bit every day we were there, and they did cancel the Sunday party as well which was a real bummer because that looked great too.

One day we rented a taxi and traveled to Puerto Plata, Sosua, Cabarete, etc around the island and that was a great time as well. Saw some of the local people and the way they live- it really makes you appreciate how good you've got it back home. Sosua beach was gorgeous and the sand was much nicer than at the resort. In Cabarete, we ate and had some beers at Jose O' Shay's Irish Pub, which was very nice and pretty cheap. 6 of us each had a couple drinks plus a few shared appetizers was around $40, however there were a ton of locals walking around hustling us to buy the same necklaces and bracelets over and over again. A simple "No Gracias" and looking away always seemed to work for me, but one of our friends didn't have the heart to say no and spent every dollar in his wallet on their junk lol. Our taxi driver ate and hung out with us all day,  Our driver had a nice Honda minivan and was a very knowledgeable guy. His name was Jose, I have his number if you want to message me. Our 10 hour trip with him hauling around 6 people ended up being $150, so I'd recommend him to anybody! My girl and I went over and did the 27 Waterfalls excursion which was amazing! Booking the excursion through the resort was $73/ea. We just called a taxi, a guy named Pedro, who picked us up at the front door and drove us there, waited 3 hours while we did the excursion, and drove us back for $80. We only did 12 of the waterfalls because she was very sick/hungover but that was around $9 each so we saved $48 by going on our own. I would recommend this excursion to anyone- I'm terrified of heights and jumping off cliffs, but this was literally the most fun I've ever had in my life. Our guide, Nino, was extremely helpful and funny. He hung on to my waterproof camera and took tons of pictures for us. The hike up the mountain was pretty strenuous, so I'd recommend you be in fairly decent physical shape. I'm kind of heavy but aside from the sweating I made it fine, she's about 120lbs and pretty athletic looking but was having a pretty hard time due to the hangover/sickness. There are rest stops along the way if you need them.

Any questions pleas feel free to ask me. I loved this vacation!Room Tip: I was in building 5 and had friends in 6, both very nice compared to the others I was toldSee more room tips
  • Stayed December 2013, traveled as a couple
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Giving Thanks

Reviewed 1 week ago
Traveled to this all inclusive resort with my husband and four friends, two which were VIP owners, for eight days during Thanksgiving holiday. We were picked up at the airport and transported to the resort via a stretch limo. We stayed in a 4 BR, 4.5 bathroom villa, which included a covered terrace, large pool and cool water jetted tub, thatched gazebo picnic area, beautifully manicured yard and provided with a golf cart for transportation around the resort. Staying in the villa provided us the pleasure of having our own cook each morning, a service we ditched after the fourth day. as same stuff daily,  but it was the thought that counted. Instead we ate at one of the facilities which provided breakfast, which in fact for us was a nicer way to enjoy some of the many on-site restaurants as well as a way to meet people. As VIP guests we had access to designated beaches where we rested on oversized beds with canvas curtains to block the sun the hammocks were so cozy. We had on-beach waiters at our beck and call for beverages and light snacks. Loved all of the restaurants, each with a different ethnic theme or buffet variety.  I would love to return, but next time I would stay in the Presidential Suites, which is more like an upscale condo unit and furnished in a more modern Asian inspired décor. Room Tip: Villas are nice if you want to have friends and family under one roof. .

Review from Shareholder Guest

Reviewed 1 week ago
This is a review with colored shareholder glasses. If you are a shareholder's guest (and I was) wearing the black band -you pretty much can ask whatever you want to ask in this resort and the staff will make their best effort to deliver that. As a shareholder guest - we got picked up by limo and we got dropped by helicopter!. We stayed in a villa -where a chef came in everyday AM to make custom breakfast for us. We had a maid that pretty much was on call from am until 2 pm or so. We were not harassed by sales people (even though I certainly saw other band wearers constantly getting waylaid after lunch in buffet places). Being a shareholder guest also had its privileges in terms of alcohol (top shelf than others). For beer, Presidente was the only choice. Food was good - but if you are a vegetarian you can get bored fairly quickly (I did) on a long stay. The beaches were good -but they are not calm like Punta Cana (may be because Atlantic .vs. Caribbean). The programming in the evening was good  (I thought we saw better performances in Punta Cana). 
Net Net - if you are a shareholder (black) or VIP (gold) - you are likely to enjoy the place than the other band holders. If not, you probably are going to complain in this forum about service, sales guys and lack of hot water!.Room Tip: Try to avoid going to buffets early (go late when sales guys disappear) or try to avoid going to buf...NO NEED TOO. See more room tips
  • Stayed December 2013, traveled with family
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