Welcome to Casa Marina Beach Resort, your Sosua “home away from home.” Casa Marina Beach Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
OceanSide Christian Fellowship (2.6 mi), located nearby, makes Casa Marina Beach Reef Resort a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Sosua landmark.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Casa Marina Reef Sosua features a concierge. In addition, as a valued Casa Marina guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Sosua, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Casa Marina Reef Dominican Republic, including Baileys Restaurant (0.2 mi), Bologna Ristorante Pizzeria (0.2 mi), and Margot Restaurant (0.2 mi).
Sosua is also home to Museum of Jewish Heritage, a popular history museum that is not too far from Casa Marina Beach & Reef Resort.
Casa Marina Beach Resort puts the best of Sosua at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Nice location , ok food. Restaurants had been closed, resort lacked entertainment. Having to wait for a room to be available for a resort that had , what appeared to be, minimal occupancy was disappointing. Nice room in select area but a bit musty. Better administration may help as the resort has potential to be 4 or 5 star. Front desk needs to have better customer service. I don’t think I will be back anytime soon. Maybe it is a post covid thing or just my luck. Anyway if you do go, hope your trip is enjoyable.
Casa Marina Beach Resort appears to have passed its days of glory. Then again, maybe they can blame it on COVID-19. The best thing about Casa Marina is that the resort is located on prime real estate with multiple pools and whirlpools, perched on the coral cliffs and sandwiched between two beaches. Our rooms were extremely basic and small, although the views were terrific. The min-fridge were stocked with water and multiple soft drinks, but the bedsheets looked unchanged from the previous occupants even though each room had the COVID seal on the door, indicating that it was cleaned and sanitized. The food was dreadful, tasteless, very limited, and served like a middle school cafeteria with the guests standing in line waiting for the same staff as they ran back and forth between the serving stations. Although I will not recommend this resort, our 3 day stay served its purpose-a change of environment from our one-month-long vacation at an Airbnb condo in the neighboring town of Cabarete.…
I absolutely loved it!!! I felt that we had the place to ourselves since there were not a lot of guest at the time and it was great. The food was limited due to covid, but that was okay with us because the alcohol was great. The bartenders at the select adult area were the best. My husband and I stayed in the swim up suite and it was soo lovely and it was extra special as we went for our honeymoon and everything was more than amazing. Every staff member that I was in contact with was great as well. Definitely going to stay there again.
I was discriminated against because I was African American. My Hispanic decent friend and I, got to casa marina at different times. He got the deluxe room but wanted the junior suite. He inquired about switching his room to the junior suite and they gave it to him. When I arrived at the hotel. And tried to inquire about the Junior Suite they were all of a sudden out of rooms. It wasn’t until my Hispanic friend met me in the lobby that they, all of a sudden had a room opened up for me. Furthermore, my room went three days without any room service. The junior suite is by the beach so a lot of sand can get into the rooms. When I finally got fed up of waiting, I call the reception desk at 9 am to come clean my room. It wasn’t until 4 pm that my room was cleaned and at 9 am they where cleaning the rooms on my side of the hotel. I stopped one of the cleaning ladies to clean my room at 9 am and they did not do it. I had to call the reception desk three times for my room to get cleaned. Moreover, this resort is not KOSHER friendly. I don’t not eat beef or pork because it is against my religion. When I told this to the staff they told me to eat the beef and the pork. I was starving on this resort because everything was either beef or pork. When I finally got fed up with the resort and tried to cancel the receptionist was giving me a very hard time and the run around. I kept calling over the phone for the manager and the would not put me through to him. It wasn’t until I had to physically return back to the resort to process the cancellation that the manager was made aware. I was told by the receptionist that the manager had to approve the cancellation, when I spoke to the manager he told me that, that wasn’t true they could have processed the refund. They were purposely giving me a hard time. One of the receptionist straight up told me that she had no respect for me. If you are African American stay away from this hotel.…
We stayed at the Casa Marina Reef resort for 4 nights for Easter. I had previously stayed at this resort 4 years ago prior to the extensive renovations that occurred approximately 1 year ago. The lobby and buffet have been beautifully renovated and the new adult only section with swim up rooms looked good (from a distance at least - since I had a child with me I was unable to book in that section). We booked a deluxe ocean view room. I was disappointed in the size of the room which was quite small. The previous room I stayed in was twice the size. Also, the 2 beds seemed smaller than a double which was not a great situation with 2 adults in one bed. The bathroom was nicely renovated and much improved from the bathroom on our previous trip. There was always lots of hot water and good water pressure. When we checked in we were give 3 instruction and information sheets in Spanish only. Although I speak some Spanish I am not fluent and immediately went to the lobby to request a copy of everything in English. I was surprised to discover they didn't have an English version. At no point was I told that if you wanted your room cleaned you had to call to make a request (pandemic rule apparently). When I discovered that the room had not been cleaned the next day I called and asked why it hadn't been cleaned and they said they would send someone. I was not informed at that point either of the rule. Obviously if I had been aware I would have been calling in the morning. I called again the next night and it was only then that I was told. It was a very frustrating experience. The lamp in the room did not work and when we couldn't get the TV to turn on we discovered that the remote control had no batteries. The only restaurants that were open were the buffet and the Italian a la carte (some days). It was disappointing that the snack bar was not open. The gym and spa were also not open. The food in the buffet was not bad but there was not a lot of selection. At least half of the buffet stations did not have food. I suspect that the pandemic protocols were responsible for the lack of amenities and restricted food options but since I couldn't read the information sheets I'm not entirely sure. The Corona Virus protocols that I could see around the resort were very good and were adhered to quite stringently. As with the last time I was there the little pools perched on the coral cliffs with amazing views of the ocean were the highlight of our stay.…