Where to Stay in Dominican Republic: Top Hotels & Areas

Twilight descends on a tranquil beach scene with a distinctive lighthouse and thatched-roof huts amid swaying palm trees

Island life is a never-ending adventure, so I hope you’re ready for an exciting trip in this Caribbean country! In this post, you’ll discover where to stay in Dominican Republic, including the best towns and the most incredible island hotels for each area! 

I carefully compared all the accommodation options and only included those that had raving reviews, helping you find the best place to stay in Dominican Republic! Don’t worry, I included options for all budgets (and sorted them by price)!

In short, Punta Cana is the best area to stay in the Dominican Republic! This town has gorgeous beaches and offers so many fun attractions!

But if Punta Cana isn’t really for you, scroll below and check out some of the other places too!

This country is one of the world’s major holiday destinations, so I highly recommend booking your hotels here in advance! 

Quick Picks for Your Stay

Here are the best places to stay in the Dominican Republic with hotels from luxury to budget. They are all conveniently located and have great reviews!

luxury hotel
An elegantly appointed hotel bedroom with a four-poster bed and plush linens
mid-range hotel
Colorful and inviting resort pool featuring a fun water slide with a pirate-themed play area
budget hotel
Resort lounge area with vibrant tropical wall art and a long, cushioned bench


Best affordable accommodation in the center

Here is a map of the regions of the Dominican Republic that I will be talking about in this blog post so you can easily visualize them:

A colorful map highlighting the best areas to stay in Dominican Republic with numbered locations and labels for easy navigations
  1. PUNTA CANA: for first-timers
  2. SANTO DOMINGO: for sightseeing
  3. PUERTO PLATA: for a well-rounded experience
  4. SAMANA: for nature lovers
  5. SANTIAGO DE LOS CABALLEROS: off the beaten path
  6. LAS TERRENAS: for couples
  7. SOSUA: for beach lovers
  8. CABARETE: for water sports
  9. LAS GALERAS: for relaxation

1. Punta Cana – where to stay in Dominican Republic for the first time

Lively beach with clear turquoise waters, vibrant sailboats, and towering palm trees against a backdrop of fluffy white clouds

Punta Cana is one of the most famous destinations in the country and the best place for first-time visitors! 

Set on the East coast of the island, Punta Cana offers white sand beaches, iconic hotels that boast unparalleled views of the Caribbean Sea and lots of restaurants and bars. 

Since it’s one of the main towns in the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is home to an international airport. 

While here, you can explore the town’s amazing areas. You should definitely start with Bavaro, which has the highest concentration of hotels (including lots of all inclusive resorts), so this might end up being your base! Which is perfect, since this area offers some of the most scenic sunsets! Make sure you catch one on Bavaro Beach (map)! 

Although the beaches are the biggest attractions here, you should definitely check out all the other things to do! Like zip-lining in Bavaro Adventure Park, playing some golf at Corales Golf Course (map), kiting or snorkeling, and shopping at BlueMall Punta Cana (map).

Since Punta Cana is the most popular place to stay in the Dominican Republic do not forget to make your booking in advance to catch these beautiful places and have better deals. 

P.S. You might notice when reading about Punta Cana that they have gated communities in some towns, which are usually closed to public access and have security. Just something to keep in mind, if you find yourself coming across one of these places or staying in one. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: an aerial view of a tropical resort with winding pools and palm trees, an inviting room with a four-poster bed and a separate seating area, and a cozy living room space with a comfortable couch and balcony view.

You’ll never get enough of this hotel that has such stylish interiors, rooms with indoor and outdoor hot tubs and comfortable beds and many other incredible things! When you’re not out and about you can chill by the outdoor pools, sports courts, try some massages at the spa, eat yummy food at one of the 7 restaurants and drink some rum in one of the 11 bars!

Other accommodation options in Punta Cana

A vibrant aqua park with a multi-lane water slide and tropical palm trees in the background.

This great hotel has 2 swimming pools, 10 on-site restaurants, a spa, and spacious suites for guests

An elegantly designed bedroom featuring a large bed with a teal headboard and seashell artwork.

Chill by the swimming pool of this hotel that has 7 restaurants, a spa and a theater

Spacious and bright tropical villa interior with a cozy seating area

This Airbnb has beautifully decorated rooms, a swimming pool, garden and is a great place to stay for families in Punta Cana

Things to do in Punta Cana

2. Santo Domingo – the best area for history lovers

A historical plaza in Santo Domingo with an old fortress, people walking, and a city skyline in the background.

Welcome to Santo Domingo, the capital of the island and one of the oldest cities in the Dominican Republic!

Set on the southern coast, just 2h away by car from Punta Cana, Santo Domingo is great for those who want to explore the historical side of the island and learn more about its past!

Zona Colonial, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the best place to start your adventures! There are so many historic buildings here and important attractions like Columbus Park (map), Museum of the Royal Houses, Alcázar de Colón (map) and many others! 

Santo Domingo is also great for those traveling on a budget! Hotel prices are lower here than in other parts of the country. 

You can start your day by discovering the historic streets, visiting the attractions and of course stopping for some coffee and food at one of the many restaurants and cafes. Laurel (map) is a great one!

Then you can also indulge in some shopping, as there are so many cool places to get souvenirs like Downtown Center Shopping Mall (map).

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a contemporary hotel room with plush bedding and a desk area, a woman enjoying a luxurious bath with city views, and an infinity pool with loungers overlooking an urban landscape.

Wake up to a stunning view of the city in the spacious rooms of this hotel set downtown Santo Domingo, just a stone’s throw from all the attractions! Start your day with some breakfast at one of the 3 restaurants and then head to the spa to recalibrate after your flights! Their rooms have large windows that overlook the city, comfortable beds and a tub. 

Other accommodation options in Santo Domingo

A serene indoor pool surrounded by a colonial-style building with relaxing poolside loungers.

This hotel offers a free, yummy breakfast, rooms with garden views and a patio

A minimalist bedroom with a floral accent headboard and a monochromatic color scheme

A nice room that has a comfortable bed, a private bathroom and a flat-screen Tv

A cozy sea-view room with a bright orange armchair, large windows overlooking the ocean, and modern decor.

Wake-up to a stunning sea view while staying in this studio that has a kitchen and free parking

Things to do in Santo Domingo

  • See the impressive church Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación
  • Check out the desert in the Dunes of Bani (map)
  • Explore ​​Plaza de la Bandera (map
  • Have fun at Caribbean Splash Water Park
  • Make some new friends at Parque Zoológico Nacional
  • Take a trip to Juan Dolio or Santa Cruz de Barahona
  • Admire the views in Mirador Del Sur Joaquín Balaguer Park (map)
  • Visit Playa Isla Catalina by boat (map)

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3. Puerto Plata – where to stay for a well-rounded experience

An aerial view of Puerto Plata from a cable car, showcasing dense greenery and the expansive coastline.

This coastal town is set on the Easternmost tip of the island, 5h away from Punta Cana by car and it’s known as the place where tourism began in the Dominican Republic!

Punta Cana combines a bit of what both Punta Cana and Santo Domingo offer and it’s ideal for tourists looking for a well-rounded experience with amazing beaches, a colonial-era center, and lush forests! 

The Downtown area is the perfect location to start your holiday! This vibrant area has lots of colorful streets and fun attractions like the Macorix House of Rum where you can learn all about rum-making, Fortaleza de San Felipe (map) and many others. 

Make sure you also jump on the cable car (map) that offers incredible views of the island!

What’s great about Puerto Plata is that it has this urban vibe but also lots of amazing beaches! Most of them are set south of the city center, and cater to different interests from chilling with the family to surfing all day long! 

Costa Dorada Beach (map) is just perfect for a day out with the kids! And if you’re looking for some other fun things to do with your little ones, definitely take them to Ocean World Adventure Park where you can swim with sharks and dolphins!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: the classic facade of a beachfront resort with dining tables set under archways, a traditional bedroom with an elegant bed frame, and a light-filled living room with comfortable furnishings and terrace access.

Sunbathe on the rooftop pool of this hotel that also has 4 hot tubs on that terrace (wow)! The accommodation has spacious rooms with a simple yet elegant design, a spa center, 2 restaurants and a stunning private beach area.

Other accommodation options in Puerto Plata

A spacious and modern bedroom with a king-sized bed, gray bedding, and contemporary furnishings.

A great place that has rooms with balconies overlooking the sea and a swimming pool 

A lush private pool surrounded by greenery and sun loungers

Here’s a more affordable hotel that offers family rooms, a pool and breakfast 

A chic living room in a modern apartment with a large gray sectional sofa and abstract wall art.

A great apartment that offers beach access and a shared pool

Things to do in Puerto Plata

  • Learn about rum making at Macorix House of Rum
  • Visit Fortaleza de San Felipe
  • Spend a fun day with the family on Costa Dorada Beach (map)
  • Visit Playa Los Mino (map)
  • Hike up Mount Isabel de Torres 
  • Go see the Damajaqua Cascades (map)
  • Kitesurf all day on Playa Dorada (map)
  • Swim with dolphins at Ocean World Adventure Park

4. Samana – best place to stay for nature lovers

The majestic El Limon Waterfall in Samana with a single person standing in awe at its base.

Are you a lover of secluded beaches and untouched natural beauty?

Then Samana might just be the right place for you! Located on the Samana Peninsula, around 5h away from Punta Cana, by car, this area is such a gorgeous place!

Its lush rainforest and waterfalls will make you fall in love and never want to leave! 

Some must-see things while you’re here are El Limón Waterfall (map) and Playa Cayacoa (map) where you can relax and enjoy the Caribbean sun!

There are also some town attractions that you should check out like the Whale Museum of Samana and the Boardwalk (map) which is lined with colorful houses!

Samana is also famous for humpback whale watching, usually from January to March. So if you’re coming during that time, definitely check it out!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a chic dining area with ocean views, a serene bedroom with modern decor, and an outdoor infinity pool surrounded by lush tropical greenery and seating areas.

Catch a scenic sunset by the infinity pool of this hotel that comes with an airport shuttle and a restaurant. Their spacious room boasts a small kitchen and a furnished balcony that overlooks the sea. 

Other accommodation options in Samana

A traditional guest room with twin beds, white and gray bedding, and red curtains

A nice villa with room for 4 people, a kitchen and an inner courtyard view

A casual living area with eco-friendly pallet sofas and a low-hanging central coffee table

This comfy place comes with a terrace, a lounge area and a garden view

A luxurious infinity pool with a sweeping ocean view, white lounge chairs under an umbrella, and a clear blue sky.

Chill by the infinity pool of this place that has a kitchen and a balcony

Things to do in Samana

  • Go for a swim at El Limón Waterfall
  • Learn new things at the Whale Museum of Samana
  • Take a day trip to the secluded beach Cayo Levantado (map)
  • Snap a pic of the colorful houses on the Boardwalk 
  • Get some yummy fruits from Mercado Publico (map)

5. Santiago de los Caballeros – off the beaten path

An aerial shot of Santiago de los Caballeros featuring the iconic Monument to the Heroes of the Restoration.

This is the country’s second-largest city and it’s located in the North part of the island, around 4.5h away by car from Punta Cana.

Santiago de los Caballeros is great for those who want to visit multiple towns in the Dominican Republic. It’s set a bit off the beaten path, as not a lot of tourists come here since they prefer to spend the time that they have at the beach. 

Although here you won’t find beaches since it’s positioned in the middle of the country, there are lots of hotels with outdoor swimming pools where you can cool off during the hot days! 

But you will find lots of historic buildings, shops and restaurants!

While here, make sure you explore the Historic Center and its attractions like Fortaleza San Luis (map), Duarte Park (map) and Monument to the Heroes of the Restoration (map). 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: an expansive rooftop pool with cabana beds and panoramic views, a spacious bedroom with warm tones and a sitting area, and a living room with contemporary furniture and a flat-screen TV.

What better way to end a day of exploring the city than with a swim in the rooftop pool of this hotel that has 3 restaurants and elegant rooms. You’ll also find a casino on-site, in case you want to try your luck!

Other accommodation options in Santiago de los Caballeros

A modern bedroom with a large bed, crisp white linens, and a striking red throw, accented by a vibrant red and white artwork.

This place offers amazing city views, a free airport shuttle and a restaurant 

A sleek living room with white leather couches, glass center table, and musical instruments paintings

A spacious apartment that has a balcony, a kitchen and free parking 

A contemporary dining area with a wooden table, tufted gray chairs, and a staircase leading to the upper level.

Great place for a family that has 2 rooms, free parking and mountain views 

Things to do in Santiago de los Caballeros

  • Visit Fortaleza San Luis
  • Grab a bite at Noah Restaurant & Lounge (map)
  • Explore Duarte Park
  • Take a trip to Constanza
  • Enjoy the views at the Monument to the Heroes of the Restoration

6. Las Terrenas – the best area in Dominican Republic for couples

Breathtaking aerial shot of a pristine beach with lush palm trees lining the golden sand, surrounded by the serene blue waters of a coral reef

Las Terrenas is located on the Northeastern coast and is half an hour’s drive from Samaná El Catey International Airport. 

With its white-sand beaches, stunning coastline, coconut plantations, and romantic hotels, it is definitely the best place to stay in the Dominican Republic for those who are looking for a romantic getaway.

Imagine spending days on the white sand beach, having a coconut under the palm trees, swimming in the Caribbean Sea and admiring the stunning views with your partner. Las Terrenas has everything you’d expect from a tropical island holiday! 

Even though you can find beautiful beaches all around the island, here you will be able to find more couple-friendly hotels in secluded areas.

Some really fab beaches here are Coson (map) which is just perfect for swimming and sunbathing, Playa Escondida (map) and Punta Bonita (map).

Las Terrenas also has some hiking areas, perfect for those who crave a bit of adventure! Loma Suiza (map) and Loma La Jagua (map).

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a luxurious poolside area with daybeds against a backdrop of sunset skies, a hot tub set in a wooden deck, and a bright bedroom with a white and red color scheme.

Located right on the beach, this luxury hotel offers 2 large swimming pools, romantic rooms with sea views, a private beach, a fitness center, and free parking. Enjoy a nice cocktail in the hotel’s bar that’s overlooking the beach and admire the sunset. I highly recommend this hotel for couples who would like to have a romantic getaway! 

Other accommodation options in Las Terrenas

A bright tropical-themed bedroom with turquoise bedding, white furniture, and green shutters.

Wake-up to a stunning view of the sea while staying at this hotel that has a private beach area

Elegant and minimalistic resort interior with high ceilings and comfortable lounge furniture

Centrally located in Las Terrenas, this hotel features a swimming pool, free parking, and clean rooms with free Wi-Fi

House interior with a clean, white kitchen a living area with rattan furniture

This Airbnb has fully furnished rooms, a big kitchen, and a large terrace with a nice view

Things to do in Las Terrenas

7. Sosua – where to stay for beach lovers

A beachfront view of Sosua with resorts lining the shore and lush tropical trees.

Looking for a place where you can relax on the iconic Dominican Republic beaches all day long, sipping cocktails and relaxing? 

Then you might enjoy staying at a hotel in Sosua, located just 6 km (4 miles) away from the Gregorio Luperón International Airport in Puerto Plata. 

Sosua is also known for its lively nightlife! There are lots of bars and clubs in the area where you can have some drinks (definitely try the island’s rum) like Flip Flop Sports Bar (map) and Plan B Bar (map).

As for the beaches, you’ll just never get enough of them! You can try a new one each day and I recommend starting with Playa Sosua (map), probably the most popular one around, then there’s Playa Alicia (map) and Laguna Beach (map) which is one of the best secluded beaches on the island. 

You’ll also find plenty of restaurants, shops and some cool attractions like the Mundo King Art Museum.

Never a boring moment here!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a dining area with sleek furniture and tropical vistas, a bedroom with a bold blue accent wall and abstract art, and an airy living room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the sea.

Relax during your holiday by the outdoor swimming pool of this resort in Sosua that has everything you need from a spa center, to a restaurant. With a beachfront location, free parking and an airport shuttle, this hotel is definitely a keeper! 

Other accommodation options in

A resort-style pool area flanked by a two-story accommodation block with sun loungers and tropical plants.

One of the best boutique hotels that has an outdoor pool, a restaurant and family rooms 

A cozy bedroom with a colorful quilt, rustic wood furniture, and decorative starburst wall hangings.

Affordable apartments in a villa that has an on-site restaurant and free parking 

A spacious, red-accented living area with a large sofa, modern art, and an open kitchen layout.

A modern condo that has a kitchen and that offers access to shared pool

Things to do in Sosua

  • Grab a drink at Plan B Bar
  • Sunbathe all day on Playa Sosua
  • Visit the Mundo King Art Museum
  • Enjoy some silence on Laguna Beach 
  • Go for a swim at Laguna Costera (map)

8. Cabarete – where to stay in the Dominican Republic for water activities

A lively beach scene in Cabarete with numerous kitesurfing parachutes in the sky and enthusiasts preparing gear on the sand.

Cabarete is located on the North coast and is just a half an hour’s drive from Puerto Plata International Airport. It’s the ultimate destination for those of you who love trying different water sports and going on underwater adventures!

This part of the tropical island offers everything from surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, kite surfing, and windsurfing. 

Cabarete has a bit of a bohemian atmosphere and thanks to its multitude of water sports, it attracts lots of adventurous tourists. It can definitely get pretty crowded here so make sure to keep that in mind, especially if you’d prefer a more secluded and tranquil area. 

Here you’ll find cool cafes, beach bars, trendy restaurants, and gorgeous beaches! Some really great ones are Kite Beach (map) where, as you can tell by the name, everyone goes to try kiting, Playa Cabarete (map) and Playa Secreta (map).

As I mentioned before this area has a young vibe, and thanks to the great selection of budget accommodation, I also recommend staying in Cabarete for backpackers. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a vibrant bedroom with a bold color palette, a garden with a private pool and colorful seating, and a cozy living space with a traditional cabinet and TV.

One of the best luxurious villas in the area that has a private pool where you can sunbathe all day long and relax and a hammock! Inside the villa, you’ll find a kitchen with a spacious lounge area and a Tv and 3 rooms. 

Other accommodation options in Cabarete

Resort by the ocean with an infinity pool and sun loungers under the shade of palm trees,

This hotel has a charming infinity pool, private beach, rooms with a sea view, and free wifi

A simple, neat bedroom with a patterned blue coverlet, white pillows, and terracotta headboard.

An affordable apartment that offers a kitchen, with a seating area and a shared outdoor pool

Outdoor dining setting with a wooden table  surrounded by tropical foliage and fireplace

This Airbnb has rooms with a unique design, a nice swimming pool and a large garden

Things to do in Cabarete

  • Learn kitesurfing at Kite Beach
  • Explore the caves at Parque Nacional El Choco y Las Cuevas de Cabarete (map)
  • Surf all day at Encuentro Beach (map)
  • Have fun mountain biking in Cabarete
  • Explore Playa Grande (map)
  • Chill on Playa Cabarete

9. Las Galeras – where to stay for relaxation

Pristine beach view with a traditional boat resting under a lush palm tree, with clear blue sky and sea in the background

Looking for a place that’s not super crowded and has lots of beaches? Then stop scrolling and check out the town of Las Galeras!

Located on the Northeastern coast, a 3h car drive away from Las Americas International Airport, this fishing village is pretty small but it has the one thing that all tourists who come to the Dominican Republic seek: tranquility and powdery sands! 

Yep, you’ll find some of the most stunning hidden beaches here like Bahía de Las Galeras (map), Playa Caleton (map) and Playa Escondida (map). 

This fishing town also offers amazing restaurants and local shops from where you can get some cute souvenirs! La Terraza at Arena (map) is a great place that serves traditional Dominican food. Definitely a must-try if you like their cuisine. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in the Dominican Republic: a refreshing natural stone pool with tropical cocktails ready for guests, thatched-roof bungalows nestled among greenery, and a charming four-poster bed draped with light fabrics in an open-air setting.

Chalet Tropical is the best hotel to stay in Las Galeras. This bungalow is tucked away between the lush greenery and it has 5 swimming pools, a fully-equipped fitness center, and a great restaurant. You can arrange hiking, snorkeling, and horse riding tours from the hotel. For those who would like to be surrounded by amazing landscapes, you will love this ecological hotel.

Other accommodation options in Las Galeras

A cozy twin bedroom with white linens and airy curtains opening to a view of lush greenery

Located right on the beach, this hotel offers beachfront rooms overlooking the Caribbean sea and a great breakfast

Scenic view from a window showing a resort pool surrounded by palm trees

This hotel has spacious rooms with a sea view, a swimming pool, and is a great place to stay for families

Dining setup with a long table next to a living area within a rustic and inviting covered patio

This Airbnb overlooking the beach has a very large garden, a kitchen and a terrace

Things to do in Las Galeras

  • Swim in the turquoise water at Bahía de Las Galeras
  • Try some traditional food at La Terraza at Arena restaurant
  • Spend the day snorkeling at Kaio Natural Aquarium (map)
  • Have fun scuba diving 
  • Have an afternoon walk at the scenic Playa del Aserradero (map)
  • Enjoy a delicious seafood meal at La Playita Restaurant & Beach Bar (map)
👑 Luxury price:$300
💵 Mid-range hotel:$150
🛏️ Budget:$70
📍 Best area:Punta Cana
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Majestic Colonial
🧳 Best mid-range hotel:Princess Family Club
👛 Best budget hotel:Caribe Deluxe Princess

FAQs about where to stay in Dominican Republic

Vibrant aerial view of a tropical beach with colorful sailboats, parasols, and a wooden pier extending into the clear blue sea

🗺️ Which is the best side of the Dominican Republic?

Offering stunning white sand beaches, the East Coast is the best side of the Dominican Republic. Some of the best hotels on the East Coast are located in Punta Cana are Majestic Colonial and Princess Family Club.

🤔 What is the safest area in the Dominican Republic?

Punta Cana is one of the safest areas in the Dominican Republic. This is the country’s tourist hub with lots of resorts, which are super safe. 

🌴 Which is better, Santo Domingo vs Punta Cana vs Puerto Plata?

It depends on your preferences. Santo Domingo is great for history lovers, Punta Cana for those who prefer resort life and Puerto Plata for those who want great beaches but also an urban atmosphere.

🕺🏻 What is the best place to stay in the Dominican Republic for singles?

Sosua is a great place to stay in the Dominican Republic for single people and young adults. The town has a lively nightlife and fun things to do.

🛎️ What are the best all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic?

Majestic Colonial and Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana are some of the best all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic! Both offer incredible locations and top-notch services.

⏳ How many days do you need in Punta Cana?

I’d recommend staying between 1 week or 2 weeks, that way you can relax, take some day trips and visit attractions!

☀️ What is the best month to go to the Dominican Republic?

The best time to visit the Dominican Republic is December to April when the weather is at its best. If you’re looking for the cheapest time to visit, you should plan your trip to DR from May through September.

💰 Is Dominican Republic cheap?

Although some places are cheap to visit in the Dominican Republic, you’ll also find lots of super-expensive resorts.

💑 Is Punta Cana or La Romana a better choice for a romantic getaway?

I’d recommend staying in Punta Cana as there are lots of romantic hotels, just perfect for a couple’s getaway.

🚗 Should you rent a car in the Dominican Republic?

If you want to explore the country, I’d say yes rent a car, but make sure you pick a known international company.

Final words on where to stay in Dominican Republic

Sunset beach scene with a leaning palm tree, soft clouds, and a golden sun casting its warm glow over the tranquil sea

I’ll never get enough of tropical islands! Who here feels the same?

I hope you enjoyed this guide on where to stay in the Dominican Republic! I made sure to add only the most incredible hotels and top areas.

I do recommend booking your hotels in advance, especially if you’re traveling during peak season (mid-December to mid-April) when the prices go up.

If you’re still not sure which hotel to pick, check out below my top 2 favorite options, both set in Punta Cana:

  • Majestic Colonial – an all-inclusive resort with a private beach area and hot tub rooms
  • Princess Family Club – set right near the beach this hotel offers 2 pools and 10 restaurants 

There you go! Now you’re ready to plan the most incredible trip!

If you have some questions about the Dominican Republic don’t shy away from leaving me a comment below! I’d be happy to help you out!

Have an amazing holiday, 


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