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Hard Rock Dominican Rep. Vs. Sandals Bahamian

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Not much of a traveler... We have been to Mexico three times. My wife and I are looking at joining another couple for a trip in late Jan./early Feb. to either one of the above resorts. Relaxing is the most important key for us, but, we want something with a decent nightlife and good food. There are a couple of things that concern us about each location.

First for Dominican Repub.: 1. We've read some reviews that said the Hard Rock in Punta Cana has a bit of a language barrier with Spanish vs. English. We don't speak Spanish fluently, so this could be an issue if so. 2. Is the Hard Rock more of a family resort or will it still be romantic?

For the Royal Bahamian, our main concern is that the temperature at this time in the season will be a little cool to lay out on the beach. Is that the case or is it still enjoyable?

Also, between the two, which would have the better options for dining? Thanks for the advice.

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