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I stayed at the grand paradise from April 19-26, 2010. It was my second trip to the DR and my boyfriends first and we are both 21,just to give an idea of where our perspective is coming from.
This review is a bit long but...More
We stayed at the Grand Paradise April 8 to 15.
My hubby and I and our Son and his wife.
This was the first time to Puerto Plata for hubby and i and the 2nd for the others.
The resort was above our expectations. We...More
My husband and I traveled to Grand Paradise(GP) from March 15 - 22, 2010. This was our first trip down south to an all inclusive, and here is what we thought.
We arrived at 9:00 p.m. and were checked in in about 5 minutes. They...More
It really shocked me reading negative reviews on here. I've been to this place three times in the last 18 months. I've never had a bad thing to say about this place. I am in love with it.
Rooms - CLEAN! AC is more than...More
Where do I start? We did a lot of research and wanted to give this resort a try based on price, newly renovated rooms and reviews. Yes, I did read that late Feb-early March, the resort hosted a large amount of grade 12 spring breakers/grad...More
$90 - $358 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#7 On the Beach Hotel in Puerto Plata
#7 Family Hotel in Puerto Plata
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I don't recall seeing any foods with peanuts, however once and a while they have an asian night and I know some asian food has peanuts/sauce. Not sure if this was the case during all the times I was there. There are some... More
I don't recall seeing any foods with peanuts, however once and a while they have an asian night and I know some asian food has peanuts/sauce. Not sure if this was the case during all the times I was there. There are some deserts with peanuts, such as a peanut brittle. So maybe steer clear of that area. I don't think I have ever seen peanut butter in the mornings, in fact my mom brought her own for toast in the morning. A'La Cartes are steak and pastas so I don't think this is an area of concern. I would bring an Epi-pen just in case, better to be prepared.
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My wife and I enjoyed our 2 week stay there this past April/May. Although the sales staff (only one person actually) tried to get us (daily the 1st week) to go look at the select area and upgrade our room, there were only 3... More
My wife and I enjoyed our 2 week stay there this past April/May. Although the sales staff (only one person actually) tried to get us (daily the 1st week) to go look at the select area and upgrade our room, there were only 3 selling points: a better room, a private pool and a private beach area with umbrellas. I couldn't see that the room was going to be that much better than the 2 bedroom unit we had (we were with another couple) and the separate pool and beach area didn't sell us. We had 2 pools, where activities were held, plenty of beach that, on one side of the point, had trees for shade and plenty of chairs.
The select side still came to the big pool for activities, the bars, entertainment, the restaurants, and the all-inclusive buffet.
Would contact the resort to see if select section is adult only. Pretty sure I saw older teens in that area.
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