Enchanting Sunsets In Punta Cana at Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort, Spa & Casino
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Bávaro Princess All Suites Resort, Spa & Casino, Bávaro, La Altagracia Province, Dominican Republic


Enchanting Sunsets In Punta Cana

Apr 5, 2018 - Apr 12, 2018

7 Nights at Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort, Spa & Casino

With its white-sand beaches and warm Caribbean waters, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic is ready-made for relaxation. Sun worshippers and water sports lovers travel…

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Adults 2
Check-in: Apr 5, 2018
Check-out: Apr 12, 2018
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Description :

The most comfortable option for you and your family.

  • 2 Twin beds or 1 King bed
  • Full Bathroom with Shower and Jacuzzi

Room Amenities :

  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV service
  • Bathrobes
  • LCD TV
  • Private bathroom
  • Bathrobes
  • Room Service


  • Accommodation in a spacious and relaxing room
  • All Inclusive services 24 h
  • In-room mini bar ( Water, Soft drinks, Local Beer ), stocked daily
  • Access to endless 5-star facilities: entertainment areas, sports courts, eco area with walking trails, a full gym, Jacuzzis, sauna, diving sessions, water sports
  • Internal transportation (7.00am - 12.00am)
  • 24 h Reception
  • 8 restaurants and 1 snack bar
  • 9 bars ( 2 with live music ); National & International
  • 2 Swimming Pools for adults

With its white-sand beaches and warm Caribbean waters, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic is ready-made for relaxation. Sun worshippers and water sports lovers travel to Punta Cana not only for its naturally idyllic setting but also for the luxury, all-inclusive “balnearios,” or seaside resorts, that dot its coastline. 

As the sun rises in the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana awakens to the lapping ocean—clear, unspoiled blue brushing up against the pristine stretches of sugar-white sand, with swaying coco palms in the backdrop. A thriving tourism industry fuels the region, and with such plentiful ingredients as sun, sand, and sea, it's no wonder.

The larger area known as Punta Cana encompasses Juanillo (home of the Cap Cana development), Bávaro, and continues all the way around the peninsula to Uvero Alto. Development continues in Galerias Punta-Cana Village, a shopping center that is a draw for visitors from around the area. A Four Points by Sheraton has opened across from the area and is the only "airport" hotel in the region. Five minutes from the village on a gorgeous stretch of beach within the Punta Cana Group’s domain is the Westin Punta Cana Resort & Club. Characteristic of this American chain, it is an upscale, non–all inclusive property.

This stretch between Club Med, the Westin, and the Puntacana Resort & Club is one of the most beautiful. Farther up the coast to the Playa El Cortecito section of Bávaro is more how life used to be, with fishermen bringing in their catch, and it is where the wild and crazy restaurant Capitán Cook's is located. Farther north along the coast is a stretch of beach known as Arena Gorda, literally "fat sand," and Playa Bávaro itself. About 20 miles (32 km) from Punta Cana International Airport, it's an area brimming with coconut groves and the location of many resorts. Each has its own strip of sand with rows of chaises longues, and most of these hotels will grant outsiders day passes for a fee. Macao is a pastoral village, but its public beach is no longer a good option, having first been taken over by four-wheeler excursions and now dominated by the huge Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana. At the northern end of the peninsula is Uvero Alto.

On the easternmost tip of the island, 211km (131 miles) east of Santo Domingo, is Punta Cana, the site of major vacation developments, including the Barceló and Meliá properties, with more scheduled to arrive in the future. Known for its 30km (20 miles) of white-sand beaches and clear waters, Punta Cana and Bávaro are an escapist's retreat. Set against a backdrop of swaying palm trees, these beaches are unrivaled in the Caribbean. Within some of the most arid landscapes in the Caribbean -- it rarely rains during daylight hours -- Punta Cana and Bávaro have been recognized throughout Europe (especially Spain) and the Americas for their climate.

Both Punta Cana and Bávaro, two resort areas at either end of a long curve of beach lined with coconut palms, are virtually towns within themselves. The beach is so mammoth there is rarely overcrowding, even with masses of visitors every month of the year. Bávaro and Punta Cana combine to form what is nicknamed La Costa del Coco, or the Coconut Coast, land of the all-inclusive resorts. Don't expect a town or city. From Punta Cana in the south all the way to Playa del Macao in the north, there's only one small community, El Cortecito. Everything else is all-inclusives and beaches.

Capitalizing on cheap land and the virtually insatiable desire of Americans, Canadians, and continentals for sunny holidays during the depths of winter, European hotel chains participated in something akin to a land rush, acquiring large tracts of sugar-cane plantations and pastureland. Today their mega-hotels attract a clientele that's about 70% European or Latin American. Most of the other clients are Canadians and Americans. The hotel designs here range from the not particularly inspired to low-rise mega-complexes designed by the most prominent Spanish architects.

Some of them, particularly the Barceló Bávaro complex , boast some of the most lavish beach and pool facilities in the Caribbean, spectacular gardens, and avant-garde concepts in architecture (focusing on postmodern interplays between indoor and outdoor spaces).

If you choose to vacation in Punta Cana, you won't be alone, as increasing numbers of Latino celebrities are already making inroads there, usually renting private villas within private compounds. Julio Iglesias has been a fixture here for a while. And one of the most widely publicized feuds in the Dominican Republic swirled a few years ago around the owners of Casa de Campo and celebrity designer Oscar de la Renta, who abandoned his familiar haunts there for palm-studded new digs at Punta Cana.

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If you are looking for a family vacation in the Caribbean, welcome to the 5-star hotel Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort, Spa & Casino. Their all inclusive hotel in Punta Cana is located in the Dominican Republic on the beautiful Bavaro Beach, and in one of the areas best known for the incomparable beauty of its scenery, and the quality and cleanliness of its white sand and transparent turquoise waters. A truly excellent beachfront location, just 25 minutes drive from the airport, and near some of the most beautiful golf courses in the Caribbean.

All the Suites are perfectly integrated with a pristine natural environment in which local plant and animal species have been carefully preserved. Paradisiacal beaches of crystalline waters where there is always good weather are waiting for you to liven up your holidays in paradise. Also you can enjoy your free time in full of gift shops, bars and discotheques close from the Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort, Spa & Casino..

Hotel Reception

Check in : 03:00 PM
Check out : 12:00 PM

Hotel Amenities

Laundry Service
Wi-Fi Internet
Bar Lounge
Swimming Pool
Fitness Center
Air Conditioner
All Inclusive

This vacation stands under our "do good travelling" guarantee. Our projects impact some of the most disadvantaged people, who not only gain access to jobs, but also redefine their identity and role in society. 100% of the revenue will go directly where needed the most!

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