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Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • all-around camaraderie
  • nightly entertainment is a cut above
  • lovely, spacious guest rooms, most with yellow-and-white fabrics

    Cons

  • you have to be early (or clever) to be guaranteed a raft in the pool
  • nearly an hour from airport
  • expensive Wi-Fi (Club level it's free)
  • complaints that standard rooms are over-tired

Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa Review

This fun resort in a remote, pastoral setting is fine for families, young couples, wedding entourages, ladies getaways, and, yes, even singles. Five à la carte restaurants plus a good buffet, 10 bars (premium liquors), and a dine-around program at other nearby resorts in the brand are welcome. Guests spend hours bopping around on rafts on the winding, lazy river pool, breaking to jump up to aqua aerobics and then rewarding themselves with a frosty piña colada at the adjacent beach bar. A deluxe swim-out room is really the high life. The Explorers Club for kids has activities that include sand-castle building, arts and crafts, and rock climbing; another club is reserved for teens. This resort runs at high occupancy, but you'll find tranquillity in the lavish spa complex. The Preferred Club is worth the upgrade if you have no kids in tow.

    Hotel Details

  • 620 rooms.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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