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“Not the usual Riu standard...” 3 of 5 stars
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ClubHotel Riu Bachata
3.5 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Bahia de Maimon, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic   |  
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Birstall,West Yorkshire
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“Not the usual Riu standard...”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed December 6, 2012

Arrived 18th Nov for 2 weeks after a long 9 1/2 hour flight. on 1st impression the hotel looks " ok " check in was swift and our suitcases were put in reception and later delivered to our room by the very insistant porter that couldnt let you take your own to your room...the cases were then left in the hall outside your room (if your not in and we wernt) but the porter then returned until you were in for his tip...We had emailed the hotel the week before and asked if we could have a sea or pool view room on the 2nd floor but once again they didnt oblige, and seeing as the hotel was only half full i think that is really poor customer service..anyway....the bits your after...
The hotel rooms were very good, the maids do an excellent job although the times they arrive varies from day to day but on the whole very good..there are optics in your room and soft drinks and beers in the fridge which is refilled every other day.
Food...A staple diet of chicken, fish and pork presented in various themes, plenty of veg and a great selection of salads, cheeses and puddings..cant fault the food although it did get rather boring after 2 weeks.

Pool area was nice although you did get pestered by the animation team constantly to play "games" and the spa girls for massages but they did eventually leave you alone.
The beach for me was one of the biggest let downs at this hotel, there are plenty of sun loungers on the beach but they are under trees which stretch to the shore so sunbathing was poolside only im afraid..One thing to note is that there are ants all around the pool and seating areas and many people were soon covered in bites on the legs feet and ankles, and at night the mosquitoes were out in force, so jungle strength repellent required.

Evening entertainment was mostly by the very tired, overworked animation team with the exception of a couple of nights when they brought in an "act".. One thing i should mention is that at this hotel the evening entertainment is mainly you the holidaymaker, on stage gyrating half naked with the bored animation team taking great delight in the "games" billed as entertainment.

Drinks..Well what can i say...in over 30 years of worldwide travel i have never ever experienced such a dreadful array of drinks... the wine in the restaurants was occasionally drinkable, but only occasionally...in the bars the wine was unbelievably vile !! There was virtually no taste difference in the brandy and rum and the vodka and gin...seriously..Riu should be ashamed of the utter garbage they are serving in the hotel bars..BTW all have the Royal Brand on the label..

Caribbean street is a small avenue at the side of the hotel, they sell the usual trinkets and holiday momentoes but with shops on both sides and their eager proprietors laying in wait it became an ordeal rather than a pleasure....dont these people realise they would sell more if they actually allowed you to look at the goods without hassle ?

I honestly think that Riu have lowered there standards and have cut back on the things that keep people returning to there hotels, but this will backfire...This is a nice comfortable hotel with happy friendly staff who cant do enough for you..but they need to realise some people come on holiday to relax and unwind not to be hassled to play games and be the evening entertainment and then be served dishwater for drinks..we have Benidorm if we want that.
But seriously..if you need any other specific info or even another recommendation please dont hesitate to get in touch..always happy to help the fellow traveller.

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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 5, 2012

Riu Bachata…November 14 to 21, 2012
Ruth (mra1) & Dave, Belleville Ontario

We had the chance to take an extra vacation to the D.R. this year & decided to return to the Riu Bachata in Puerta Plata. The price for one week fit the budget & the dates fit the work schedule. Although our trip was booked through Signature Vacations, we were to fly Sunwing Airlines…not one of our favourites. But I must say that I was pleasantly surprised & very impressed with the flight, service & all-round attitude.

Flight/Airport Arrival: Departure time was scheduled for 6:20am on Wednesday November 14, as stated, flying Sunwing from Toronto. We had a very quick check-in at the Airport, my husband flying Elite Plus & myself and our friend flying Economy. Elite Plus seating is Row 1, seats ABC, & Rows 2,3,4 & 5 seats DEF. Hubby had Row 3D on the outbound flight, with plenty of leg-room & our friend and myself found that we had ample leg room in Row 5BC. It was on the return flight when she & I sat in Row 6DE, that “the sardine can effect’ came into being & we were quite cramped for leg room. Departure was on time as we taxied into position at 6:30am with take off at 6:40am.
11:30am we touched down at Puerto Plata Airport & a few minutes later we were off the plane & heading to Immigration. We 3 were the first through the “new” Tourist Card line, as we had purchased our TC on-line prior to our departure and then on to the luggage carousel to retrieve our belongings. In a matter of a few minutes our luggage was in our hands & we were out to find our transfer and on our way to the Bachata

Resort Arrival: I still say that the Riu Hotels have one of the best check-in systems going. We arrive at 1:00pm & everything that we need is waiting for us. After a word of welcome from the Front Desk Manager, the contents of our envelope (2 towel cards, map of the resort, Guest Registration Form, Room Key, Safe Key & tumbler) was explained and we were invited to fill in the Guest Registration Form at our convenience and return it to the Front Desk before the end of the day. Our luggage was tagged & we were directed to our room. 7 days prior to our arrival I had emailed the resort /General Manager Friedrich (Freddy) Stieb, with a room request for ourselves & our friend. ….a room with Kingsize bed, comfortable mattress & close to amenities. Our rooms did not disappoint…Building 10, Rms 1004 & 1006. A nice garden view from our patio.

Rooms: Since our last visit to Riu Bachata in January 2011, the whole resort has had a refurbish. Everything was cleaner with a fresh coat of paint, tiling & flooring repaired where needed and a new colour scheme in the rooms. What a lovely surprise to have crisp white bed linens with a Royal Blue “scarf” across the bottom & 2 Royal Blue décor pillows greet you as you walk in the room. The drapes on the window/patio door was also the new Royal Blue colour & this made the room very regal. Each side of the bed had a bedside table with 2 drawers & a bedside lamp attached to the wall. A wooden credenza with 6 drawers held a new flat screen television and mirror. A seating area of table & 2 chairs were at the far end of the room, close to the patio door. The entry way held a closet with hangers & rack space, with an alcove for the mini-bar and the Liquor Optics. The safe is located in the closet at floor level & if someone has mobility problems, then this could be an issue for them. The bathroom had been refurbished & we had no complaints. Our only complaint, which we did not discuss with Reception, was the hard mattress & the quality of the pillows. Since we were aware of the quality of the pillows from a previous visit, DH brought his own. I think that this should be something that the owners/management should look into. We did request an additional key for our room & that cost us a deposit of $10, which was returned to us when we checked out.
Our maid did an excellent job of keeping our room clean & always surprised us with some unique towel creations. We tipped her daily, leaving the tip on the bed pillow. The mini-bar was restocked every other day…we would leave a note & tip for the “water guy” with our request and had no problems getting what we needed.

Food: The food at the Riu’s is very enjoyable…In the 7 days that we were there, I don’t think we had a bad meal at all. Breakfasts for my husband was the highlight of the day, while for me I looked forward to the homemade soups and bread at the evening meal…& of course I can not forget the Rice Pudding…oh my gosh, but it is better than what I make !! Our evening meals were excellent with “themed nights” taking place at least 4 out of 7 nights. We found that the dessert bar did not cater very well to those vacationers who were diabetic. Upon leaving a message one evening for the GM, Freddy located us the next morning and said that he would look into our request. And true to his word, he did !! Although diabetic desserts were not added to the dessert bar, the Food Manager & Sub-Chef made sure that a diabetic dessert was prepared for my husband for the 4 remaining nights that we were in attendance. Now, that is what I call Service…with a capital S !!!.

Main Buffet & a la carte Restaurants: Being “off shoulder season” the resort was not at full capacity. The staff did a remarkable job keeping everything stocked & clean. Elvin was our very attentive waiter for the 7days of vacation. He would watch for us each night & have a table ready with water & wine before we even had a chance to sit down !
Steak House a la carte: located in the Maracuya Restaurant, which is to the left of the Pool bar when facing the ocean. We ate here on a Sunday evening & it wasn’t busy at all for the 6:30pm sitting. The Filet Mignon with vegetables was very good…cooked to our specifications. Our friend had the Lamb Chops with vegetables & she was disappointed, as they were over cooked & quite dry. We would fore-go dessert here, for a “diabetic creation” that was waiting for us in the main Buffet.
Italian a la carte: located in an area off the outside patio of the main Buffet Restaurant has a welcoming décor. A varied array of appetizers & antipastos greeted us after we had placed our order for the Entrée. The Rose’ wine that we had during the week was one of the best & it went perfectly with our ‘Grilled salmon on a bed of spinach’ & the ‘Eggplant stuff Chicken Breast’

The Bars: There are 2 bars open during the day: the Bikini Bar (10:00 to 12midnight) located in the Courtyard just off the main Lobby & the Los Lirios bar located at the pool from 10am to 6:00pm. The Caramba Bar is located to the left of the Theatre just outside the doors to the Casino…hours of operation is 6pm to 7am.

Lobby/Reception Area: This is a huge area with lots of couches and chairs or bistro type table & chairs for seating. It’s the hub of activity where excited vacationers wait for their room packets or others drag their heels as they get ready to leave for home. The Tour Operators have their desks here in the Lobby, with all the information that you need to know about your flights and excursions. Also in the Lobby is the store, which has everything from aspirin to alcohol and if you still can not find what you need, then the shops in Caribbean Street are just a short 2 minute walk. There is no Internet Café located in the Lobby, but a lap-top computer is available at the Reception Desk for short usage. I had been told at our Orientation Meeting that there was an Internet Café available on Caribbean Street, but I wasn’t able to locate it during my walks. As I had my own NetBook with me I wasn’t in a panic. Free WiFi is available in the front Lobby and during our stay at the Bachata WiFi towers & routers were being installed around the complex. By December, WiFi connection would be available in the rooms for a fee. For those who like to read or are like us & don’t want to take their books back home, a book exchange is located in the same area as the Tour Operators. Also off the Lobby is the public washrooms, which are spotless & attached to the washrooms are shower/change rooms. These are an excellent bonus especially if you can not get a “late room checkout”…just bring your luggage down to the secure luggage room, enjoy the beach/pool for the rest of the day & then shower and change in time for your return flight home.

Beach/Pool/Gardens: As I mentioned previously, our stay was during “shoulder/off season”. There were plenty of loungers available at the beach and around the pool so the “towel game” was not as prevalent here as at other resorts….although the palapas were taken up rather quickly. The gardens & lawns were well groomed, palm trees well maintained and maintenance on walkways & public areas was top-notch.

Staff/Management: The staff is one of THE best that we’ve come across in the 12 trips that we’ve made to the D.R. Everyone is friendly, personable and wanting desperately to assist and please you. Smiles were abundant especially when you made the effort to speak to the staff in their language. These employees love their job….and why not, they have wonderful Management Staff behind them. Friedrich (Freddie) Stieb, Customer Service Manager is a very visible person on this resort. I think his shoes had faster roller skates hidden in them this year, as he was everywhere…And as always, nothing escaped his attention! A very well run resort…thank you Freddie.

We enjoyed our week’s stay at the Riu Bachata. The weather was perfect, although that was not the case prior to our arrival. When it did rain, it was in the evening or later at night. This trip was fun for us, as we were able to “see” our favourite destination through the eyes of our friend, a ‘first time traveler’. What an experience…for the 3 of us.

Would we return again? Absolutely !!

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with friends
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Burton upon Trent
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed December 3, 2012

We booked this trip through the Thomson Platinum Brochure, under the advice of the Co-Operative travel agency. To say we were robbed is and understatement. The rooms are well appointed with air con, but the lack of basic food hygene standards and general 'blandness' of the food really lets it down. The front desk staff are not helpful at all and in fact became rude when we asked for assistance. The roaming manager 'Frederick' promises everything but delivers nothing. The wine for 2 weeks was either like vinegar or simply cloudy and 'off'. I became ill part way through the holiday, as did other couples that we met. The beds provided are not adequate for a family of 2 adults and 2 children, and we never got a decent nights sleep, i even slept on a blow up bed for a couple of nights. The wi-fi access is 'patchy' if you can get on to it, and they have now started charging 10 USD a day for it!!!! The beach is one of the worst beaches we have been on in the carribean, with broken corel lining the floor, seaweed floating around and even excrement. The pool staff forced our son out of the pool at 5:45pm even though it states that the pool is open until 7:00pm. The so called snack bar never opened, and when we asked why, we were told by the manager that the snack bar does not open if the hotel is at less than 50% occupancy. The pool bar closes at 6:00pm sharp leaving a lot of people sat around the pool with no drinks. The kids club is open from 10am - 12noon & 3pm - 5pm, however the club is not very well managed and the girls running it just sit in the hut all day on their phones. The evening entertainment is a joke, with a really poor standard of entertainment and not suitable for children, with the entertainment team gyrating at every possible opportunity. The so-called animation team were really not interested and also spent a lot of time on their phones, and telling you all their problems, like they have lost money, or phones etc etc. The speciality restaurants, if you could call them that were ok, however in order to get a table, you need to be in the main restaurant at 07:00hrs to book. Also only 1 restaurant is open per night, italian 1 night, and then steakhouse the next!! The food in general was bland, repetative and not of a very high standard. The drinks provided are also of a low standard, (alcohol and soft drinks). The beer after only a couple, leaves you feeling bloated and unwell. Although they have smirnoff and other branded spirit bottles, dont be fooled as these are filled with the cheapest local spirits. The grounds are well maintained and are a pleasure to walk around. The adjacent beach (not the main beach) has shacks at the one end. Dont be fooled by the lovely appearance of the beach, the locals in the shacks are very pushy sellers, and made my wife and young daughter feel very threatened. Overall we are very dissapointed with Thomson holidays and are in utter dis-belief that this is one of their Platinum resorts. We have complained in writing to Thomson, but have heard nothing yet. I would suggest looking elsewhere..............

Room Tip: Ask for a room on the 3rd floor of the blocks, as there are less mosquito's
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled with family
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 29, 2012

We (2 couples) recently stayed at the riu bachata in peurto plata in November 2012. The complex and the rooms were beautiful and very well kept. The staff were all very friendly. The food at the buffet was excellent with lots of choice. However for a five star hotel we were disappointed in the special restaurants as the food at the. buffet was superior. In addition you had to be in the lobby by 7am to book one of only two restaurants each day. But the most disappointing of all was the wine and liquor served, Not sure where the International Brands were but we were never served anything remotely close to international. In fact, the wine was undrinkable , As the complex itself does not offer other wines, even at an additional cost we were forced to purchase our wine in the small tuck shop located on the resort,. I would certainly suggest you bring your own wine When we complained about the wine at the front desk the employee said , I know we get a lot of complaints about our wine. Not the answer we were looking for..

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with friends
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 29, 2012

Overall not a bad experience, but would not return. The hotel is listed as a five star resort, but is far from it. The beach is terrible - don't even bother.

The food is so-so, very bland. I was sick after 36 hours at the resort and spent 36 hours at the hospital in Puerto Plata. The reception sent someone up to our room with a little "urn" as a present. When we answered the knock on our door, the man said "Congratulations! From reception!" and the urn had a little note that was addressed to me and said something along the lines of "We hope you feel better".

The liquor is terrible. They have Smirnoff bottles, bottles of Gordon's gin, Ballantine's, etc...all filled with the cheapest domestic liquor. The rooms have liquor dispensers...but they're stocked with the worst liquor you could possibly find. The beer is also terrible, don't bother.

Only two a la carte restaurants and only one is open each night? Steakhouse was great, italian was "meh".

The rooms were very clean, but this may be because they look recently updated. Small bugs found on the walls and random spots. Don't forget bug spray. Pool is nice, but would have been nice to have a beach to lounge at.

Most guests are from Europe - England and Germany. We were from Canada and only met a few Canadians the entire trip. Not really a "party" crowd, mostly older couples and families with very young children.

The shows were good, not amazing though. Something to occupy you at least. The entertainment crew was amazing though, especially Gigi. They went out of their way to involve everyone in activities and ensure that everyone was enjoying themselves.

Don't bother asking the reception for anything. They'll just pass you off to someone else...

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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 27, 2012

Just back from fab holiday in Dominican Republic, Club Riu Bachata Hotel. Everyone from the waiters , cleaning staff, receptian staff,towelboys, gardeners, handymen ect. were very friendly, helpful, and polite. The thomson reps were always aboutand were very helpful.While we were there they installed wi-fi into the grounds so that all rooms will have wi-fi, the workers made the concerete blocks, installed the posts and painted them, without any disruption, some guests did not even notice them being erected untill they saw the notice in reception!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations to all the staff involved it was truly a proffecinal performance.If you are going there were a few mozzies about(not has many that we have seen in other reasorts))but take a jar of menthol rub(vick)) put it on any bite ,it stops the itching and the bite mark fades realy quickly, I was given this tip before we went and tried it with great succsess.Do not worry about coments about locals coming into the hotel at weekends, yes they do arrive, but not that many and they were no trouble to anyone.

Room Tip: All rooms are close to reception, diningroom,pools ,beach and bars,and set in lovely gardens we stay...
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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Jamaica, New York
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed November 27, 2012

Just returned from this hotel and to say it was a disappointed is an understatement to say the least.
First of all I was told this was a 4 star resort, "FAR FROM IT" DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! The rooms smells like mold and cigarettes, if you are not a smoker you will be in for a surprise.
Cheap Caribbean booked us due to my husband handicap and was told they had elevators. This is a big lie just to sell the room, the walk to the room was about 1/2 mile from everything.
Pictures are very misleading do not trust Cheap Caribbean, I got sick from the moldy room.
We had to change our flight, only stayed 3 days. This place is horrible, the manager at the front desk does not care, take it or leave it , i called the travel agent they toled me I had to pay 587.00usd to change my flight, I called the airline directly and paid 120.00usd.
so they were trying to make more money on top of our misery. Food sucks! same every day. When it comes to the Steak House, I think they put it in a microwave. STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM THIS HOTEL/MOTEL. I WOULD GIVE IT A 2-1/2 rating.

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 1 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Bahia de Maimon, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Location: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > Puerto Plata Province > Puerto Plata
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#3 Spa Hotel in Puerto Plata
#5 Romantic Hotel in Puerto Plata
#6 Top resorts Hotel in Puerto Plata
#6 On the Beach Hotel in Puerto Plata
#7 Family Hotel in Puerto Plata
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — ClubHotel Riu Bachata 3.5*
Number of rooms: 610
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
* Located on the beach in Maimon Bay * Complimentary sun loungers on the beach * Inside the Riu Resort, along with ClubHotels Riu Merengue and Riu Mambo * Main building plus 1 and 2-story bungalows * Surrounded by 50,000 m2 of tropical gardens * 9 km / 5.5 miles from Puerto Plata * 25 m / 81 ft. from Caribbean Street * 25 km / 15.5 miles from Puerto Plata Intl. Airport * 500 m / 1650 ft. from a bus stop * Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Diners ... more   less 
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