This all-inclusive is filled primarily with English-speaking clientele who like its sophisticated lobby, the colorfully painted facades, and easy beach access. The lobby is a contemporary study in Caribbean colors, with a fountain as a focal point. The beach is on a point with unobstructed views to the left. Families make up a good share of the market, and this resort is solid as far as the tour operators are concerned, with service and food improving each season. Many
couples prefer the larger rooms in the building overlooking the quiet pool, without the good ocean views, unfortunately, that surround the active pool scene. A Victorian-style wedding gazebo is popular for nuptials. Rooms have wide, flat-screen TVs. À la carte restaurants have really improved their offerings.
Playa Dorada, 57000, Dominican Republic