Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The Dominican resort town of Punta Cana is a great place to relax while on vacation. While relatively small, Punta Cana’s tropical environment, legendary beaches, and tourism economy make it a fun place. Expect warm weather year round, and be sure to bring your sunscreen.
The hotels in Punta Cana are predictably spread across the eastern beachfront. Most of the hotels are on the north-facing beach, although there are a few along the southern facing beach as well. There aren’t any hotels in the interior portion of Punta Cana, and there’s little advantage to trying to find a hotel farther outside the city for a lower price. There simply aren’t any hotels away from the beach.
The Bavaro beachfront has the most hotels, the Juanillo neighborhood the second most, and the Uvero Alto village the least. You should stick to a hotel in one of these three locations when booking.
Hotels in Punta Cana are resorts and are priced as such. In Punta Cana, you’ll find a glut of luxury offerings and a few boutiques. There aren’t any cheap or scrappy alternatives, and Punta Cana isn’t the place to go on a tight budget.
You’ll pay a pretty penny for most of the hotels in Punta Cana, with many starting in the $250 range as of 2017. Be sure to check with us here at Skyscanner so that you can get the best deal when you visit.
As far as amenities go, hotels in Punta Cana are as lush as the environment. Most hotels have pools, spas, cafes, dry cleaning, breakfast, and a tourist information concierge. Many hotels have shuttle services and other amenities. Picking a hotel is a contest of which hotel is going to offer you the most bonuses.
The primary activity of tourists in Punta Cana is resting on the beach, perhaps sipping a cocktail. If you’re tired of lazing around, check out the many sporting activities like snorkeling, whale watches, sailing, fishing, cruising, and dancing. Many tourists like to spend time at the boutique spas or massage parlors in Punta Cana. Unlike the hotels, activities in Punta Cana tend to be underpriced relative to what you get.
Likewise, Punta Cana’s many outdoor bars and restaurants are sure to please. Just remember that Punta Cana is a place for relaxation.
The locals are friendly and eager to help you enjoy your stay (even more so if you buy some special local rum!). Punta Cana is a multi adventure trip. You can lay on the beach all day, or go hiking, snorkeling, boating, ATV riding, you name it.
Do all inclusive resort but be sure to get off-site some. The Japanese hibachi restaurant's were great!
This is one of my favorite places on earth! The weather is always amazing, the service is impeccable, and the food is fantastic! The time always goes by too fast!
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