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Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach
3.5 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Calle Duarte esquina Caracol, 1, Boca Chica 15700, Dominican Republic   |  
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“!!! The shizznit !!!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 6, 2012 via mobile

I had a great time. I'm satisfied with all the services. Now if your a very ritzy person you might want to try the suites they are beautiful. For me Be Live Beach and Boca Chica was a fantasy come true!

  • Stayed October 2012
    • 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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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 28, 2012
Dear Client,

Thank you very much for your feedback, we're glad you enjoyed your stay. We appreciate the high ratings and pleasant comments about us.

We hope to see you soon!

Sincerely,

Alberto Quevedo
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed November 3, 2012

We arrived well before check in time and understandably had to wait. When 3 pm (check in time) arrived we were told our room was not ready. The next time we asked we were told " rather wait for a better room than a faster room. " Well ok I agree with that ... until we got out room. So we got ants in the bathroom, NO hot water, hot swampy air conditioning, stained sheets, no response to asking for the lack of hot water to be fixed. The property is dirty. The chaises are torn and dirty. In fact we left the day after check in. We were extremely dissatisfied.

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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 1 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 1 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 28, 2012
Dear Client,

We would like to thank you for having taken the time to send us your comments regarding your stay.

About your comments, we take the opportunity to inform you that you can report any inconvenience in your room to our Guest Service Department for immediately resolution.

Take this opportunity to inform you that we are working very hard to meet the satisfaction of our customers do not know if you will accept our concern and give us the opportunity to rectify your experience on the next visit, if so, you would write to me alberto.quevedo@belivehotels.com before arrival to ensure to receive you as you deserves.

We reiterate our appreciation for the comments given, which no doubt have been taken into serious consideration. We also take note of the reviews that present opportunities for improvement.

Best regards,

Alberto Quevedo
General Manager
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed October 28, 2012 via mobile

Read Yellowdia all is true. They need to remodel the entire hotel and have workers with better attitude and they also need to do something about letting those girls walk in like if nothing. That is supposably a resort not a prostitution house. They also need to work in providing a better Buffett w better food option. And let's not talk about their prices it's not even worth it. No good service, rooms are nasty, entertainment is terrible just everything. I know everyone needs a job and its not the employees fault it's the people in charge.

  • Stayed August 2012
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 1 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 1 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 28, 2012
Dear Client,

We would like to thank you for having taken the time to send us your comments regarding your stay.

About your comments, we take the opportunity to inform you that you can report any inconvenience in your room to our Guest Service Department for immediately resolution.

Comments about food and entertainment are personal perceptions but appreciate your feedback to keep them in mind in providing this service.

Take this opportunity to inform you that we are working very hard to meet the satisfaction of our customers do not know if you will accept our concern and give us the opportunity to rectify your experience on the next visit, if so, you would write to me alberto.quevedo@belivehotels.com before arrival to ensure to receive you as you deserves.

We reiterate our appreciation for the comments given, which no doubt have been taken into serious consideration. We also take note of the ratings and reviews that present opportunities for improvement.

Best regards,

Alberto Quevedo
General Manager
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed October 24, 2012 via mobile

Constructions and renovations all over. Food needs more variety, buffet was almost the same... At the snack area food was cold and over cooked most of the time... Bars are ok good service. Recreations need improvement, nightly shows need energy....discotheque need improvement.... No hot water in 5 days. Room was clean and well maintained...excellent location just 15 minute from the airport and 30 minutes or less from main attractions in Santo Domingo. Security at the Hotel is excellent.

  • Stayed October 2012
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 28, 2012
Dear Client,

We would like to thank you for having taken the time to send us your comments regarding your stay at Be Live Hamaca. Our clients’ opinion is the most importance to us.

About your comments, we take the opportunity to inform you that you can report any inconvenience in your room to our Guest Service Department for immediately resolution.

Comments about food and entertainment are personal perceptions but appreciate your feedback to keep them in mind in providing this service.

We reiterate our appreciation for the comments given, which no doubt have been taken into serious consideration. We also take note of the ratings and reviews that present opportunities for improvement. We will strive more to live up to your expectations. Once again thank you for your opinion.

Best regards,

Alberto Quevedo
General Manager
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed October 24, 2012

This hotel was meant for single ppl or a married person looking to have a good ole' time with a mistress.

I don't like to brag or exaggerate, but I've been to many places, many resorts where the service is 5-star, but this place is truly the worst resort I've been to. Listen to the reviews, unless you really want to waste your money and time on disgusting and crappy service. Saying that the service is medicore is being too nice, the service and food is definitely peasant-like. Here's my detailed experience:

As you drive up the hotel, you will notice the fallen crusts of paint on the exterior walls, half fallen rotten tin roof. Btw, that street that's across the hotel is an actual public street where the locals (mostly prostitutes, pimps and drug dealers) all gather around to spot on the vacationers. Here's the exciting part: in order for you to get to the buffet, theater, beach or anywhere, you have to cross that street. Even though there are hotel security guards guarding the street to prevent locals from entering the resort premises, they still seem to make their way in the hotel. The staff and guards are all involved in getting locals (prostitutes, pimps, whatever you wanna call them) in order to get some money or commission from them. Don't believe me? I challenge anyone to go to the hotel and just sit in the lobby and watch the transactions (pimping) occur. Rush hour for these transactions occur during the hrs of 8-11pm.

As you check in, the lobby is dark (not dim) with dark black and dirty white walls. The cheap recycled sofas in the lobby are old torn up and wet. You will notice that these sofas are covered by another material to make it seem new and fresh, but be prepared to sit on them for a few hrs until your room is ready, bc they will always have an excuse that the room isn't ready. Take the time to walk and mentally prepare yourself for the worst vacation you are about to experience. The curtains in the lobby are supposed to be white, but all the spiderwebs and dirt give the curtains a new shade of grey dirty eggshell color.

While you're still waiting, help yourself to a buffet fit for pigs! Actually, farm pigs would spit in the chef's face for the disgusting food. I am of Dominican decent and the buffet food is definitely not Dominican food. I was disgusted and insulted by eating this food. The food has a beautiful presentation, but it has no flavor and the meat is as hard as wood. If you go to Hamaca, make sure to bring extra pair of teeth or dentures bc ur going to need them after dealing with the tough, dry meat there. The food has no seasoning or spices added to it. The garnishing you see on food is basically a can of tomato sauce that they opened to pour over some diced salami. My advice, as soon as you arrive to the hotel, make reservations to the 4 different restaurants that are included in the hotel. The reservation policy is ridiculous bc you have to reserve the day before at 8am. Anytime after 8am, you're left without reservation. You can always give $10-$20 to the person at the desk to make all the reservations for you that way you don't have to worry about it each day. That's exactly what I did and it came out handy. Either way, the food at these restaurants were still crappy, but at least ur not eating at the same buffet everytime.

After you've stuff your face in the concentration camp buffet (bc honestly it feels like that with the horrible quality of food they give you) get your dancing shoes and strut your stuff in the worlds smallest resort discoteca where you will only see the prostitutes and pimps there. The actual hotel guests will show up at the club and will quickly leave once they notice what type of atmosphere they're in. The club is so small that its capacity is about 50 ppl, the exact amount of prostitutes and pimps that the security guards and staff let in. Don't believe me? Check it out ur self.

If the club scene isn't for you, then take a long walk on the dim dark beach because the hotel is too cheap to pay for outside lighting. Make sure you don't step on used condoms, broken bottles, chips of glass and if you step on plastic cups on the beach.. be thankful it doesn't cut or contract any STDs. Also, be careful because the only thing that's separating the hotel from the public on the beach is a 2 foot wall that you can easily step over and get mugged. Here at the beach the security guards don't exist and if they do, they are next to the wall near the public side negotiating prostitutes for hotel guests. Don't believe me? Sit and watch it happen on one of the hotels dirty half broken beach chairs. While you're observing this, take notice of the outside of the hotel....full of mold, crusted, chipped paint. Oh by the way, every 15-30minutes the lights go out and it last for 10mins perfect timing for a quick drive-by mugging scene.

The shows or performances are medicore. You'll notice that the shows aren't exciting or that the performers aren't entuthastic due to their depressing lack of performance makeup and costumes. Honestly, my entertainment was sitting in the lobby, mainly in the center, and watching all the prostitution transactions take place in front the Spaniard managers and owners.


Here's my advice:

-listen to the reviews, DON'T GO! The only reason I went was because of mt timeshare. I went back in the 90s when it was under a different administration and it was top notch service. I read the million horribles reviews but figured it couldn't have been "that" bad....but oooh yes.....its BAD!

However, if you are one of the unfortunate ones that has to come to here follow this:

-try the buffet once, if you don't like it, reserve the restaurants
-outside restaurants that are delicious and worth the money is Neptunos and Boca Marina. It is walking distance.
-get a room in the hamaca beach or the newer area hamaca suites or presidental suites. My room was 219, newly remodeled suit that I was offered through my timeshare. However, any room in the 200's is ground level with the lobby so you're bound to get all the noise. I suggest a far end room in the 200's or 600's where its much quieter. Do not get the older rooms with the green tile floors. Do not stay at the hamaca garden because those rooms are located on the other side of the resort that is closer to the public side of town where it is known that the locals jump the 8ft walls to get in and its super dark there as well.
- bring your beach towel, because there is only one spot in the beach where you can pick up towels and the line is always long or they don't have enough towels.
-Definitely buy the safe and key to store ur personal items bc during my stay I saw many ppl scream and yell at the front desk for their stolen items. There were many incidents where ppl's belongings were stolen. Do not bring your laptops or anything big that wont fir into a small locker. The cost for the safe-lock is $3 per day.
- In this hotel you will see lots of locals during the wknd or wk if its at the end of the school season. Be extremely careful. You will see lots of rift-raft local people and you will notice that the staff will pay more attention to the locals than to the tourists because their own ppl tip better, as for the tourist, tipping is not included, it is optional however but make sure no one sees you tipping bc it could make you a target for persistent staff wanting favors, tips or a mugging target
- if you don't want to eat the concentration camp breakfast, you can always buy the VIP package or just pay $10 per person to eat breakfast in a secluded area of the hotel in the 6th floor where the service is more personal with better quailty food. With this package, you have the privilege of using the internet/wifi for free.
- do not wander off to the Boca Chica area night, it is very dangerous and if you do, do not take lots of cash, jewelry, and don't get all dressed up, there's no need.
-this hotel is only good for a short stay and to visit nearby family who may live in the capital city Santo Domingo. But there are always other options such as juan dolio beach resorts and even punta cana that now has an expressway that takes only 2 hrs versus 4hrs to get to the capital.
- this is NOT a family hotel, couples with kids be careful bc there are many pimps inside the hotel. I witnessed one pimp selling off a young 13yr old girl. While the girl was taken up to the buyers room, the pimp stayed in the lobby waiting and he had the nerve to play around with some little kids that were in the lobby with their parents. That's when I warned the parents about the pimp and all hell broke loose. Even the staff have a saying "Si quieres que te vendan como vaca, ven a la hamaca" translated in english means "if you like to be sold like a cow, come to la hamaca." This is the reputation the actual staff, a prostitution house with cheap horrible service.

I should of listened to all the reviews, but since my vacation was thru a timeshare I'd figured it would be different.....Totally wrong!!! Everything I read on the reviews is exactly what I got and experienced. So to those who want to go, don't! And for those who already plan to go, may the force be with u bc its a lot to handle.

Room Tip: -200's far from the lobby or any where in the 6th floor -ask the maid for extra pillows bc the...
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled with family
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 1 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 1 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 1 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 1 of 5 stars Service
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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 27, 2012
Dear Client,

We would like to thank you for having taken the time to send us your comments regarding your stay at Be Live Hamaca. Our clients’ opinion is the most importance to us.

About your comments, we take the opportunity to inform you that the check in time is from 3.00 pm.

Comments about food and entertainment are personal perceptions but appreciate your feedback to keep them in mind in providing this service.

As you say, there are hotel security guards guarding the street and all over the resort.

The beach area is cleaned three times a day.

Clients are advised at the check in time of the operation of the a la carte restaurants. Managing them is through a reservation system on the same day to provide more coverage to guests. In this way it is possible to meet demand for most clients.

We reiterate our appreciation for the comments given, which no doubt have been taken into serious consideration. We also take note of the ratings and reviews that present opportunities for improvement. We will strive more to live up to your expectations. Once again thank you for your opinion.

Best regards,

Alberto Quevedo
General Manager
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed October 22, 2012

Boca Chica is where I go to dive because of a great dive outfit called Treasure Divers. The hotel options are limited in this area to the Hamaca and the Don Juan Beach Resort in terms of "all inclusive" resorts. The Boca Chica area is the hot spot in the Dominican Republic for prostitution and drugs. You can NOT walk around as a single person without being swarmed by prostitutes of all ages...some of which are just children. White women are also approached and harassed by the locals. Saying "no" will not help. they will follow you for blocks asking you want you want and what kind of girls you want and what drugs you want. The beaches are not exclusive to the hotel’s guests but are public. You simply cannot escape the reality of this area. If you are not being swarmed by prostitutes, then you are being swarmed to buy local goods, trinkets, paintings etc…relentlessly.

The Hamaca is home to the local casino and is larger than the Don Juan. Many areas in the Hamaca are under construction so be prepared for some construction noises and eye-sores. The food here is about what you could expect from a Dominican hotel. I find it somewhat better than the Don Juan and more variety exists. It does become repetitive after a week however.

The inner corridors of the hotel are long and bleak. They are poorly lit or not lit at all and can be very unsettling at night. Like some other visitor mentioned, it's like walking around a dark hospital ward at night.

The rooms are large and functional enough. Again, about what you can expect from a Dominican resort in this area. The maid service is good. I always leave a tip of a few dollars every day for the maid. You get MUCH better service and it's just the right thing to do. these people make nothing and a few bucks goes a long way for them. I found that I got a few extra treats from the maid staff and none of my stuff went missing. Leave the tip every day on the pillow so that they know it's for them. The rooms have a safe in them BUT no locks. You must rent a lock from the lobby at an extra cost if you want to use it…your own, hosehold pad lock will not work in their safe…so don’t bother bringing one.

As with all places in the Dominican, do NOT every drink the water or use it for brushing your teeth. Don’t get it in your mouth when showering. The water served at the restaurants is from bottled sources and is safe.

I got a flyer under my door one night to inform me that the rooms were being fumigated the next morning at 9:30am. I appreciated the notice by could not help getting the creeps just a little bit for being curious to know what they were fumigating for.

The hotel outsources its internet access to another company. the cost is $70 for 6 nights. The system is down as often as it is up and is terribly slow when it is working. You need to login to access it every time and you can only use one device per purchase. In other words, you can NOT use your blackberry, laptop and kids ipod at the same time without buying multiple access codes. You cannot buy access from the front desk or over the phone. You have to travel to an office to buy a code. if the system goes down and the codes get deleted (as it did when i was there) you have to take your original receipt to the same office in person and they will give you a new one for the remaining days....but only if you keep your receipt. I found I was not able to effectively work from this hotel or use the internet for entertainment. Plan to be disconnected for your trip. The Don Juan has much better internet service and it’s unlimited and free.

If you need to call a service area in the hotel (eg cashier, front desk etc) and they don't feel like answering, they pick up the phone and just hang it up again. When I finally got to speak with someone, they told me the person in that department must be on their lunch time.

You must leave a $50 deposit when checking in for your towel.

The beach restaurant and pier are not open due to reconstruction after a recent hurricane destroyed them.

There is a local dive shop on site but they are more interested in just taking your money than in diving. Walk down the beach a little ways and go with Treasure Divers who are located on the beach near the Don Juan but independent. Best dive shop on the island.

Some of the prostitutes will try to bump into you or swat you when you refuse them. They are trying to get your wallet or whatever they can from your pockets. Be careful. Prostitution in this area is something the young girls WANT to grow up to do and they start very young. They see the other girls make money doing it while the hard working women in real jobs make very little. Put that all together and you find hotels and apartments crawling with single, old, male pedophiles who bring their purchases back to the hotel for use. It's very difficult to watch what's happening around you. It is not something that the local Politur (police) care about. In fact, they don’t seem to care about anything at all and will likely turn their eyes away from the things they do care about in exchange for a few dollars. This is something not isolated to the Hamaca...it's just the way the local culture is in Boca Chica around Santo Domingo…after all, Boca Chica translates roughly to “girl’s mouth.” Some tourists are trying to help shame the pedophiles by taking pictures of them. The prostitutes don’t seem to care but any pedos out there who think this place might be a good place to induldge yourself should know that your photo will likely end up on the internet at some point.

In a nutshell, Boca Chica is best for diving. If you want fancier resorts with entertainment, finer foods, awesome beaches and less corruption, drugs and prostitution (and pedophiles) then Punta Cana is the best choice with tons of resort options. If you're a diver though and just need a place to crash while you're not under the sea, then the Hamaca is not a bad choice since it's close to treasure divers…the other option is the Don Juan which is about equal to the Hamaca when you consider everything.

Room Tip: Nothing really special here. Most rooms seem equal. The upgrade fee for ocean view seems over priced...
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled solo
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Alberto Q, General Manager at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, December 27, 2012
Dear Client,

Thank you for taking a moment of your valuable time to tell us about your stay. As we are deeply committed to achieving our guest’s total satisfaction, our clients’ opinion is the most importance to us.

About your comments, our beach is private that only can be use it for our clients.

Comments about food are personal perceptions but appreciate your feedback to keep them in mind in providing this service.

Actually, we are making continuous improvements on the property, which we hope will please our clients.

Take this opportunity to inform you that we are working very hard to meet the satisfaction of our clients, if you prefer you would write to me alberto.quevedo@belivehotels.com before arrival to ensure to receive you as you deserve.

We reiterate our appreciation for the comments given, which no doubt have been taken into serious consideration. We also take note of comments which indicate opportunity for improvement.

Sincerely,

Alberto Quevedo
General Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 5, 2012

Had a great experience at the resort. Loved the people, the food, music, bars. All the activities,had an excellent vacation. I would highly recommend the resort to anyone looking for a fun vacation. It's an amazing part of the world to see. The weather was great, the resort and staff tended to all my needs. The beaches were amazing, really had an excellent time.

  • Stayed September 2012, traveled solo
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 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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Alberto Q, Sub-Director at Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach, responded to this review, October 8, 2012
Dear Client,

Thank you so much for your comments; we're happy you enjoyed the great service of Be Live Hamaca. We appreciate the high ratings and pleasant comments about us.

We hope to see you soon!

Best regards,

Alberto Quevedo
Sub-Director
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Address: Calle Duarte esquina Caracol, 1, Boca Chica 15700, Dominican Republic
Location: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > Santo Domingo Province > Boca Chica
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 Top resorts Hotel in Boca Chica
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Hotel Class:3.5 star — Hotel Be Live Hamaca Beach 3.5*
Number of rooms: 617
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