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“Loved It!! Excellent restaurants!! Great choice of Drinks” 5 of 5 stars
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Dreams La Romana
4.0 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Playa Bayahibe | P.O. Box 80, Bayahibe, Dominican Republic   |  
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Sunderland UK
1 review
3 helpful votes 3 helpful votes
“Loved It!! Excellent restaurants!! Great choice of Drinks”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 25, 2009

Well.. What can i say. I was a little worried by some reviews as I always check them out before travellng and all I can say is..... People love to moan about ANTHING & NOTHING!!

The hotel was FAB! extreamly clean and well maintained. Slight issues with wet floors but that was due to the out of ordinary really bad weather in May while we were there!

Bars:
For a change at the pool you dont get tiny flimsy plastic cups to drink from, they have pint size or cocktail hard plastic cups, so much better than other all inc ive been to. They even served Bombay safire Gin, Absolute Vodka & Jack Daniels and a few other well known brands (which ran out quick due to greedy bingers but re-stocked every few days) however the local versions were more than ok. I reccomend the mohito or the frozen Margarita or the banana Mamma! YUM!
You must try the local tipple - especially the men - MAMMAWANA! They will tell you it is like Viagra but that seems to be a myth and it tasted ok. You can buy wine if you prefer however the house red/white was great and in the all inc.

Food:
Was amazing - you rarely get a all inclusive that includes 7 al a carte reataurants that you do not even need to book for and can go as many times as you want. They do alternate opening nights but you can get round them all. All you do is walk in and if they are busy you get an electronic thingy alowing you to go where you want in the complex for a drink and then flashes when your table is ready (How Cool). The buffet was lovelly too. They also make some food to order which they cook infront of you. we had some great steak in there. Breakfast was good too,the omletts were huge! normal funny bacon/sausages you get when you are away - like fried bacon rind and fried hotdogs hehe. other than that I dont understand why people winge!! Why book all inclusive if you hate buffets and repetative food! however here there is penty choice anyway- i reccomend the steak from the french restaurant and DONT try the frogs leggs - im not fussy a but they were gross!! The deserts are the only thing I would say were aweful - funny jelly tasting cream stuff - prob to stop the melting!

Oher Nice to knows:
*Pool Towels are provided and changed any time you want - dont lose it ($30 fee)
*I was told Factor 15 suncream was free however I had to ask for it but got some from reception
*Fridge stocked with Beer, sprite, coke, diet coke & Water (The bottle opener is in the cupboard on the wall next to fridge - found it on the last night heh)
*There is a hairdryer & Aircon in your rooms
*You do get asked daily to participate in Spa/activities/quad biking but pleasantly declne and they leave you alone......until the nexy day (Just pretend your asleep!!! It works)
*There are mini stalls that appear some days selling jewellary and the beautiful dominican stone and paintings by the beach. Worth a little look!
*Take insect repelant and tummy tablets. The tablets are a godsend to our weak english tummys.
*There is an iron and ironing board in your room.
*It costs $100 per night to upgrade and you dont get much more apart from a bit posher room which your never in and an exclusive pool (BORING)
*Try the Kayaking and pedalos - they FREE as well as snorkelling equiptment and a few other water sports.
*Hopefully you wont need to see the doc, I bumped me head and leg and he tried to charge me to look at me bumps!!! NO WAY!
*You must go to the pier to watch the sun set - its amazing!
*They sometimes have the buffet around the pool instead of the usual place. It was sooo nice.
* The casino is small but fun - SO SERIOUS!! heh
*he nightclub is nice and will ahe a laugh in there.
*Room service is 24hr and all inclusive WHAWOOO- you must try it, its great.

ALL IN ALL. I LOVED IT!!

  • Stayed May 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Solihull, UK
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 25, 2009

We have just got back from a 2 week stay at Dreams La Romana and have had an amazing holiday!

Firstly we were worried about the weather but were happily suprised! There was some rain and some days were overcast but when it was hot it was hot and when the sun hid behind a cloud it was a blessing. (do not be fooled - on a day when it was heavily over-cast I burnt with factor 25 and I am not fair skinned) - TIP - bring factor 50 (sounds excessive but I lived in it! Bring a lot of sun tan lotion because we ran out and in the hotel shop it was 25 dollars!!)

The hotel was beautiful! They have spent a lot of time and money on the new refurbishment and wow hasnt it paid off! It is a massive place with beautiful gardens, 2 good sized pools and a large beach area.

If you dont like to sunbathe then there is a daily itinerary which is posted under your door each evening for the following day. You can get involved in bike riding, football, towel arranging lessons, spanish lessons, competitions etc etc. The entertainment team are fantastic, we were happy to sit and watch most things but when we did get involved they always made everything fun!

At night-time there is always a show or event happening either by the main pool or in the theatre. We usually ate pretty late and then drank into the early hours at the lobby bar but there is also a casino and a disco for those who fancy something a little more lively. The casino was small (we didnt expect anything like Vegas) and we lost some money in there which we put down to drinking a little too much. TIP - watch your hands very closely as our friend had a big win on the roulette table and they only paid out half the money he was entitled to , after we kicked up a fuss they agreed he was owed the same amount again. (may have been a misunderstanding but we heard a lot of similar stories when we were there).

The bars were good - sometimes you could get imported drinks at the pool bars but you could always get premium at the lobby bar (they have bottled Corona out the back but you need to ask for it - local beer tastes OK though).

Restaurants were mixed. Favourite by a mile was the Bordeaux...wow!!! Bearing in mind this is included in the All Inc - I ate some of the best steak i have ever eaten! If it is on the menu try the beef filet! As far as the buffet was concerned it was excellent for breakfast and lunch but we chose elsewhere for dinner (but great for the nights when you dont want to get dressed up). The others were average - the Italian was hit and miss depending on what you ordered. The mexican was very poor! We ate there once and left it at that.

The staff were fab! Considering most of them work 6 1/2 days a week and 12 hr days and get paid very little compaired to in England they are so lovely. Some people have commented the service is bad but if you make an effort with them they will bend over backwards for you....I know everyones says the same thing but do tip them - a little to us is a lot to them and they do remember your face ;-)

Trips - we came through Thomson and were offered a number of fantastic trips which seemed a little pricey....the hotel also have a number of staff offering trips which we were a little weary about. If you want to book a trip go to Pablo (wears a blue Inter Milan cap). He was very honest with us and we ended up on 2 really good trips (Lagoon Speedboat hire was great fun - if you get sea sick dont do this one - it was choppy to say the least).

The only bad thing I will say is the walls in the hotel rooms truly are paper thin!! We were woken a few times at 5am by screaming teenagers. I know the staff would have moved us to another room if we had requested but this is a common thing throughout the hotel and I suppose it just depends on your neighbours.

Over-all I would definitely recommend this holiday. It was great value for money and probably the best holiday we have ever had!

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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north wales
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 21, 2009

This was my 3rd trip to this hotel, But this year it was under a new name, and my word had it changed, I dont know where to start,...

The hotel is spotlessly clean pools are clean and spacous, The beach is pure bliss, so is the swim up bar... Rooms are really clean and comfortable, The food is stunning, plenty of choice at the buffet, plus 7 other restaurants to choose from..

The french one was my favourite,it was an adult only gourmet, and it was top notch..

The Staff are all very friendly and cant do enough for you..
The only thing which in my opinion which let it down for me was the entertainment was a bit repetative..
Other than that i would give this hotel top marks...

Its a must visit...

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Bergen County, NJ
1 review
4 helpful votes 4 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 20, 2009

Ocean:

Not the greatest, but there's a silver lining. More of a "snorkeling" beach than a swimming beach. Plenty of coral and rocks, which makes for nice fish-watching, but can be unpleasant to stand on without water shoes or goggles so that you can see on what you're standing. However, the water was beautiful: clear, blue; what I would expect from the Caribbean. Also another downside to the beach is that at some parts of the day, there are many boats: a fishing boat passes by once or twice a day, and there are paddle boats and such operated by the hotel guests that pass by. Which can be a bit unpleasant as I wanted to swim.

Beach:

Nice sand, plenty of lounge chairs and cover from the sun in the form of umbrellas and trees.

Food:

Food was good. Not "spectacular", but everything I expected in a buffet - beef, fish, calamari, shrimp, etc.- not every day, but every other day or so (with respect to the shrimp & calamari). Multiple kinds of beef and fish every day. The sit down restaurants were nice, too, favorite was the French. However the food in the restaurants did not seem to be materially better than the food in the buffets. Also, in some of the a la carte restaurants, the wait time was very long - ie 20 minutes to get my appetizer, another 20 minutes to get my soup, another 20 minutes to get my entree.

Room:

Room was nice. Relatively big, flat screen TV, DVD player, nice bathroom; can't complain.

Service:

Service was good for the most part. It was a bit annoying at times, though, because I got the impression that some of the staff really didn't care, but were just going through the motions. Could just be me though, and for the most part the service was good.

Entertainment - Shows/Game Room/Casino:

Shows were boring and smaller than at most other Carribean resorts that I've been fortunate enough to visit. Casino was no big deal. Game room was nice with Nintendo Wii, Billiards, and Ping Pong, among others which I didn't use. It was quite nice and acutally most of the time there was not a line, even at night usually no or very little wait.

Overall a good resort and especially if one can get a nice price, pretty tough to go wrong here. Oh by the way a minor inconvenience is that it's about a 2 hour ride from the Santo Domingo airport.

Topless sunbathers, your efforts are appreciated.

  • Stayed June 2009
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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rhyl
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 20, 2009

Went with my brother for a weeks stay and was very nervous as to what I had got us into as a result of reading some of the other reviews....
My nervous feelings were unfounded as this place was excellent for a relaxing break. The only thing that spoilt the first couple of days for us was some very noisy and arrogant American guests in the room next to ours, I agree that the walls are very thin and you can hear a lot, especially when they are shouting and arguing or just very drunk, they managed to lock themselves out of their room one night and were so drunk they had to get the security staff to let them in.... Shame!
The hotel was very clean and the staff were excellent, very helpful and always had a smile and a HOLA for you. Top drinks available if you wanted them, the cocktails are superb, slip them a couple of dollars and the bar staff will look after you forever more, our glasses doubled in size immediately and so did the rum measures (which were big anyway!).
We tried each a la carte restaraunt and they were all excellent. Very helpful staff and no problem with extra portions if you wanted them.
The pools are great but we spent most of our time at the beach which was superb, loads of sun beds etc. Try the 'fruits de la Bayahibe' on the beach, the very friendly lady there will freshly prepare pineapple, cocunut, mangoe, papyau etc. for you, the pineapple was particularly good!
We did a couple of trips, the monster truck day was superb. We also did a half day speed boat safari which was fun.
All in all a brilliant holiday, I honestly don't know what some people expect........

  • Liked — food and drink!
  • Disliked — loud and obnoxious guests spoiling it for others....
  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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tennessee
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 18, 2009

We have just returned from a 5 day vacation with 5 kids, ages 18, 16, 13, 9 and 8. A great time was had by all and our worst critics (a.k.a. "the kids") have all given it the thumbs up and are asking to go back. Opinions are always subjective so I hope this review is helpful to all in making an informed decision on not only the hotel but some of the excursions.

Our flight was delayed coming into Santo Domingo and we left the resort very early in the morning so we did not get a really good view of the surroundings during our hour and a half ride. Turinter Tours transported us to and from the resort and were always very nice and helpful. They are stationed just outside the airport after you have retrieved your luggage (we highly recommend you stopping at the little pizzeria place just inside the airport for a snack - I would rank the pizza right up there with a slice you would get from New York). Be prepared for the ride; while the roads were much better than on the Punta Cana side (there are some four lane highways), there don't seem to be any real traffic laws and your driver will be more concerned about passing slower cars and missing potholes than he will be about oncoming traffic and small children darting across the road. They do have traffic lights but only some actually operate like they do in the U.S. Most are lit up both red and green and I believe only serve to warn you that the intersection coming up is first come first serve and stopping or even slowing down is optional . We had a few hair-raising moments but we all had seatbelts and arrived in one piece. We considered it part of the experience and one memory that will bring our kids good laughs for many years to come.
The resort was beautiful and we had no complaints about the cleanliness of the property or our rooms. I'm sure there was something someone could nitpick but we were there to enjoy ourselves. We stayed on the Preferred Club side, which may or may not be worth the extra money to you, but we appreciated it. You do not have to check in at the lobby, which may or may not be a problem depending on when you arrive and the occupancy of the resort. There is a separate Preferred Club room which has a concierge, snacks all day, television, magazines, books, bathrooms, bigger beach towels and free internet. There is a private pool and bar shared by all Preferred Club members which was really nice and had a good view of the ocean. We had our choice of any and every pool on the property and we used them all but the Preferred Club was nice as it was right outside our room and was never crowded. It kept the kids occupied if we wanted some alone time in the room or we were getting ready for dinner. If you walk out towards the ocean from the pool, you will find a hot tub with a great ocean view; that particular part of the beach is rock, but it is not slippery and a great place to take the kids to find shells, coral, see tons of live softshell crabs and hermit crabs. It is also a pretty place for pictures. There was a game room (the "Core Zone') which was for the teenagers but everybody used it. There are 4 pool tables, a basketball goal, 2-3 foosball, 2 ping pong tables and a life-size chess set near the beach. Except for early in the morning, this place was used a lot by everybody including us. There are several pool tables located around the property but they apparently only have enough balls for the 4 tables at the Core Zone. All of the pools were really clean.
The beach was really nice; it was small but they kept it very clean. I would recommend water shoes for the ocean if you don't like walking on seaweed and there was also some rock; the water was blue but the sand was so fine, it made the water kind of murky when the waves came in. Be aware that there are some topless sunbathers on the beach as well as at some of the pools. There are no designated areas for this in case it really bothers you. There weren't that many but we were a little surprised that no one had mentioned it in any of the reviews since the majority of individuals staying at the resort are families. Keep in mind that the drinking age is 18 there so you may have to have a talk with your 18 year old before you go about responsible drinking because if he/she wants it, they will be able to get it.
The food was good; some things were better than others. We ate at every restaurant except the French and the Jungle restaurant; everybody found something to eat. The chicken nuggets were really good and all of the fish we had was very tasty. There is a lot to choose from at the buffet and every restaurant has a kid's menu. They suggest long pants for the a la carte restaurants but some are outside and my husband and the boys wore shorts and I wore casual dresses and no one turned us away. I would only pack one pair of dress pants for the indoor restaurants and don't worry about shoes other than sandals or flip flops. Nobody was looking at your feet. They are strict about you having a cover up for the women and a shirt for the men but other than that, it seemed kind of loosy goosey. There were bathrooms all over the facility which was really nice and places for you to shower off after you were on the beach.
As far as excursions, we took advantage of our free scuba lesson in the pool. Our instructor was very nice and we booked a dive. If you like to scuba dive, the water is pretty murky, even way out so don't expect to see a lot. The divemasters were great and very helpful and did a good job of keeping up with everybody so the experience was great, just wanted you to know what to expect if you do go out into the ocean. We also booked the catamaran cruise to Catalina Island. It sounds fancy but their idea of a catamaran was not my idea of a catamaran. We expected a double hull sailing vessel and we got a small double hull speed boat which got us from point A to point B but we were at full capacity and it was not the romantic outing I had envisioned. Our snorkeling destination was really nice and we got some good pictures of the fish and saw a lot of different, pretty ones and the beach they took us to was fantastic; it was better than the beach at the resort and the water much clearer. We were able to snorkel and found several starfish and saw some needlefish. They had beach chairs available for us and there were some shopping huts if you were interested in that. They bring snacks for us - chips, sodas and rum - and our "guide" if you will, was very friendly and accomodating and took good care of us. We were on the beach swimming and snorkeling for about an hour and a half (make sure you put on plenty of sunscreen before you go and bring towels from the resort). We got back on the boat and they took us on a tour around Casa de Campo where we saw gorgeous houses belonging to celebrities such as Michael Jordan and Julio Iglesias. It was a very nice excursion and worth the money for the snorkeling and the beach, just don't expect a big romantic sailing vessel. We took the free bike tour as well which is worth it; they take you into Bayahibe which is a quaint little town and then out to the harbor which is really spectacular. The bikes are really old but they keep you off of the main roads and you get a little bit of the local culture.
Mosquitoes - I don't know that anyone has mentioned them in previous reviews but there are some mosquitoes there so you might want to bring some mosquito spray. They are not as bad as in Jamaica but if you get bit by them in the states, you will get bit by them in the DR. We noticed that they were particularly bad at the mexican restaurant and the japanese restaurant. They are both outdoors and they could really use some fans for air circulation.
Entertainment - it's the Dominican. It appeared while we were there that they brought in outside entertainment every other night but we found it very good. There was a live band that played a variety of music and was a lot of fun to dance to. There was also a Dominican version of Cirque de Soleil which did a really good job. The other nights they use the guests for entertainment - there will be karaoke night or something for the guests to be directly involved in. There is a disco; we did not spend much time in it but they play all kinds of music and the DJ is happy to accommodate requests.
Vendors - one night they will bring in several vendors who will set up around the main pool. We found them to be very pushy so if you don't like to haggle and be pressured, just stay out of that particular area for a while. We started to look, bought one thing and decided it was not worth looking at any other vendors because they won't leave you alone to look long enough; they want to sell you everything you pick up to look at. There are several stores there to shop at, including one that sells toiletries or anything you may have forgotten so you should be able to find plenty of souvenirs to bring home. If you want to shop with the vendors, wait until about 9:00 because then they will be ready to bargain with you.
We saw several honeymooners there- if you don't mind being around kids and families, it's good for you too but I wouldn't be helping you if I didn't tell you about the Excellence on the Punta Cana side. It is an adults only resort and absolutely wonderful! The food there is absolutely wonderful and they offer the better seafood (lobster, etc.) and it is a wonderful experience for honeymooners. ( if you're not bringing your own kids, why would you want to have to listen to someone else's? although I must say that we encountered no problems with ours or anyone else's kids at Dreams).
One more thing about the rooms - bring conditioner! They provide shampoo, body wash, lotion, sunscreen (spf 15), razor, toothbrush and toothpaste but I really wish I had brought some conditioner and will be sure to do so if we go again. There are also hair dryers in the room as well as an iron. They kept our refrigerator well stocked with water, beer and sodas, although we could have done without the beer, in the room anyway.
Overall, service was good, everyone we encountered was very friendly, we could always find something to do and best of all, the kids LOVED it! I hope I have given you enough info.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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chicago
1 review
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 18, 2009

We landed in Santo Domingo airport at 7.30 local time. Bus to Dreams left at 8.45, on this bus ride we were given free back massages for all lol! (due to the bumpiness of the roads).
We arrive at dreams about 2 hours later and check in and are in our rooms by 11pm. The rooms are beautiful and clean located in building 7. Were hungry and tired from the long trip so decide to check out the late night snack buffet, not much there a few cold cuts ,fruit ,hot dogs and cheese nachos. We decide to order room service and was told 45 minutes. 1 hour later no food, I call again and am promised 10 minutes, 30 minutes later food arrives missing 3 items!. I call back and am hung up on twice and let the matter drop this was to be the ONLY BAD EXPERIENCE OF THE TRIP.
We did not try all activities and restaurants but this is what we did.
Breakfast buffet.
Highs- Fresh juices Pineapple, Papaya, Melon, Banana.
Omelets made to order
Chocolate croissants
Fresh Fruit.
Lunch Buffet.
Highs- Good variety always a fish, chicken, beef and pork dish available.
Fresh Fruit.
On 1 afternoon they had Paella which was very good (seafood and rice dish).
Sometimes they had steak or porkchops which you can have cooked to order.

Dinner Buffet Same as lunch with usually 2-3 different fish dishes, Pasta station etc.
Overall I thought the Buffets were better than some of the ala Cartes we tried,

Seaside grill, Average to good sandwiches good calimari .
Portofino Good higher end Italian, godd tarimisu
Bordeaux French Lamb chops were exellent and apple tart was very good.
Hamitsu Very average if you have had good asian food pass.

Activities and grounds.

Grounds were beautiful and well maintained.
Good variety of activities
From what I saw great kids club, our kid was a little young yet to participate 4-12 years old. We saw the kids having fun at the pool and having lunch.
Beach very nice beach soft sand.
Pools all great.

Saw 2 of the shows circus and best of the best, they were ok not great.

Core Zone Fun place to play video games and pool , ping pong or Foosball.

Service
Besides the first night room service fiasco service was very good always a hello with a smile.
Finally drinks were good, food was pretty good, entertainment fair. We would go again!

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Playa Bayahibe | P.O. Box 80, Bayahibe, Dominican Republic
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Location: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > La Altagracia Province > Bayahibe
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#2 Romantic Hotel in Bayahibe
#2 Family Hotel in Bayahibe
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Bayahibe
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Bayahibe
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:4 star — Dreams La Romana 4*
Number of rooms: 751
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Time spent at Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa on the sun drenched southeast coast of the Dominican Republic is an unforgettable adventure for singles, couples and families. Here, you’ll discover a tranquil world that gives you one of nature’s most pristine beaches, a sea of vivid turquoise and most importantly, the special feeling of being welcomed as a most honored with all attendant privileges of Unlimited-Luxury® — where everything is included.You will be transformed by the calming power of the tropical jungle and palm lined beach that borders your vacation hideaway. Lounging by our large crystalline pools, or wandering among our tropical gardens, you’ll soon feel time and tension melt away. From the moment we greet your arrival, you will be delighted by your surroundings and service. ... more   less 
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