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Review of Grand Bahia Principe Cayacoa

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Grand Bahia Principe Cayacoa
Ranked #6 of 60 Hotels in Samana Province
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
“wasn't the best hotel”
2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 5, 2008

Flew out to Samana to the Bahia Principe Caycoa in sept '08'
This was the first time that I had flew to the Dom Rep, I loved the flight and the coach transfer to the hotel, We got to the hotel there were dancers there to greet us and staff there handing out the complimentary drink which was very enjoyable but when I walked into the hotel it just didn't have the Wow factor that the pictures showed on the internet.
A majority of the staff were fantastic but the restuarant staff well that was a different story as I did think that a majority of these were rude and ignorant the same as the locals when they came to stay at the hotel for the weekend.
The pool is fantastic not especialy clean though as the pool maintenance guy was very slow at that as it seemed that the pool itself and the pool man just couldn't cope with the amount of leaves and bugs that kept getting into the pool and the bottom was dirty too and there was dead skin that was floating around in the pool a majority of the time which is digusting, the pool swim up bar is fantastic and the lady who works behind there is an absolutely fantastic member of staff got to know her very well as once she has seen you a couple of times she has a very good memory of what yu drink and you get your drink without even asking and the entertainment staff they have there are fantastic with the adults and the families they have a laugh and a joke with you and they really go out of their way to making sure that you have a truly special and enjoyable holiday which we did with them and by the pool.The evening entertainment is great the entertainment team really do put their heart and soul into their shows as they have so much energy we enjoyed the shows very much,
We enjoyed the buffet restaurant but when we got into the second week the food seemed to be the same as we had in the first week and the a la carte restaurants we all thought that these were digusting too as none of it was what we liked and some things that are on the menu you would think are something simpl but please don't be fooled as a lot of it is not what you think it is we only tried these once as we really didn't like.
The complex is also not a 24 hour complex either which we were dissapointed with and the lobby bar shuts at 11pm which we all thought was crazy and if you want a drink after this time then you have to go to the show time bar but you are limited as to what you can have to drink you cannot get Pina Colada over there or Banana Mama either.
We suffered alot with the tiny creatures that look like ants in our room we were told that these were not ants just very similar but these things do crawl on you and they sort of leave a acid but it feels like a bite as you can't stop itching and my foot blew up like a balloon at night where they had been on me but by morning it was back to normal but these things do get everywhere in your wardrobe, in your clothes and they do like the bathroom round the door frame and especialy the sink and some on the balcony so we hardly used ours as they were constantly out there which was a little annoying to us as if you wanted a quiet night on the balcony you couldn't without scratching like mad.
Locals that come onto this complex are very noisy and very annoying and are rude when it comes to meals times too.

  • Liked — Roomwas cmfortable and the bed was lovely and comfy too
  • Disliked — Just didn't have the wor that I was lookig foractow f
  • Stayed September 2008, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank starryeyes2008
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 27, 2008

We have been back a week and weve got to say
YES this was a great time.
We have been to the dom rep a lot of times and we have had some good times..but this was brill...the crowd of guys there were great. Everybody talked to everybody....we all joined in games and entertainment.To the guys that was there....john &danni...the luvly (irishglad)...lee..taff&blodwn ha ha...to everyone THANKS
food....ok
rooms....good
scenery...WOW
Entertainment crew....do there best with wat they got..
WELL DONE
All in all it is a place were we will come back to
so if your thinking of going ..dont think twice GO
So back to the guys who were there CHEERS
even hurricanes cant stop us
Gary&Joan
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ps..maybe see u at Tonys sometime

  • Liked — meeting good friends
  • Disliked — steps
  • Stayed September 2008, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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4 Thank ucs
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Hastings, United Kingdom
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25 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 33 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 21, 2008

What a lovely place, we had a geat 2 weeks here and really did not want to come home. The Hotel was fantastic value, we paid about £700 each for a all inclusive 14 day holiday including flights.


The hotel is Spanish owned and the local language is Spanish. Not many staff speak english but management personal do. It is a big plus to have a reasonable smattering of Spanish. Everyone was polite and helpful especially the water sports guys (Thanks for everything Juan) and the terrace waitresess.

You are given a coloured band to wear on your wrist and teenagers are given a different colour to avoid them getting drinks from the bar but be aware the bar staff dont really bother checking. We had a 16 year old with us and he got drunk a couple of times.

Our room was beautiful on our arrivel but due to incorrect information by our UK agent it was not what we had been promised ie a seperate sleeping area for our son. The Spanish tempory manageress was amazing and so helpful unlike the First Choice Rep who seemed disinterested and frankly useless. She arranged for us to move immediatly to a small villa on the beach with seperate sleeping area at no extra charge.

The cleaning maids were fantastic and made lovely swans etc from towelsand scattered flower petals over them , so nice. A really really clean hotel, with loveley bathrooms and showers.

The Hotel is set on a hillside and there is a lift to take to to the beach (it did break down for a couple of days) but its really impressive. the beach is nice and you dont get hassled by anyone unlike some resorts in carribean.

Minor grumbles? No many really, we thought the excursions with First Choice were very expensive and they try to frighten you by saying so many negative things about the local trips available. Dont bother with the Hotel /Rep trips, go and see Raymond at the end of the beach and ask to go on the horse riding trip to the waterfall, it cost as peanuts and it was a fantasic day. The local town looks dodgy but it is'nt. We made friends with some hotel staff and got taken out to the bars that only the locals use. It was amazing, we drank eat and danced the night away and skinny dipped on the way home at 4am (and we are responsible parents in our 40's) tut tut.

The nightclub is a bit naff and we enjoyed the buffet much more then the 3 restuarants but all the food was great with beautiful dispays at the buffet restaurant which always had plenty of choice and we never had any upset tummies etc .

We cant wait to go back, loved it, it really was the best holiday we have had to date.

  • Liked — Food, setting, views, room, staff ,beach cleanliness,
  • Disliked — naff nightclub,
  • Stayed July 2008, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Business service (e.g., internet access)
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5 Thank Elliotssleeping
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Toronto Canada
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 16, 2008

I would very much like to recommend the Bahai Principe Cayacoa. I can’t.

When we were there during the last week of August, we missed the hurricanes. However, towards the end of the week, we had a typical tropical mid day storm. Afterwards the runoff sewage from the town of Santa Barbara, across the bay, washed up onto the hotel beaches, turning the water into a brackish polluted mess for the rest of our stay. So much for water sports! Management was approached about the situation but didn’t seem to know anything about it. The hotel did not investigate, posted no health warnings, and quite frankly didn’t seem to care.

It’s too bad! The snorkelling had seemed quite good. Starfish dot the sand bottom of the main beach, and sea shells can be found in the lagoon. A coral garden is located off the rocky point separating the two. Perhaps the reddish, murky water just off the shore, and the fine layer of white silt on the sea bottom, should have been a tell tale sign of the steady flow of pollutants destroying these otherwise seemingly safe and enjoyable beach areas. Swim at your own risk!

The hotel itself is rather quaint, with a very picturesque view of the small town, mountains, islands and sea. It’s an excellent tropical vista we especially enjoyed from our fifth floor room overlooking the lagoon. We were changed to this room when we told the staff that my wife and I were on our honeymoon. It was delightful!

Be prepared to do a fair bit of walking to get about the hotel itself and the resort grounds. It’s good exercise if you don’t mind walking. There’s an elevator down the escarpment to the beach, but only a long winding trail on the side going down to the lagoon. You can take a mini bus here. The railings seemed precarious at best.

There was usually something quite good to eat in the buffet, though the a la carte restaurants were nothing to write home about. The small town was fun to explore. We enjoyed haggling with the vendors down by the bay when the cruise ships came in, for amber jewellery and blue stones. The hotel swimming pools, especially down by the lagoon, were very nice too, though on a tropical vacation, we want to be able to swim in the sea!

I had considered going further out to scuba dive, but there was no license posted in the beach hut despite the plethora of staff walking around in shirts with a scuba logo on them. Nobody seemed to be very knowledgeable about cost, equipment or dive locations, so I passed on that. In all fairness though, it was off season, but this had been advertised as being available at the hotel, and our travel rep seemed to think it still was. I’m not so sure what was happening here.

The maid service wasn’t very good. They kept re-arranging our personal items, for no apparent reason, to our great dismay. They would forget to replenish our bottled drinking water that should have been supplied in the small fridge in our room. Quite inexplicably they also had a tendency to forget to put the bedspread back on the bed when they were finished cleaning the room. They seemed loud, boisterous, and quite indifferent. I have never experienced this at a resort before, not from the maid service! It was late summer though, off season, so perhaps this was the exception rather than the norm?

Armed guards are posted at the perimeter around the hotel, and at the tourist locations within town. They were quite friendly to us, would joke around, and in town even posed for a picture, showed us their guns. We hadn’t any problems with the locals, and found them interesting and nice, but I suppose nobody’s taking any chances here, and it could be quite dangerous, especially in the pitch dark, late at night. I don’t suspect it’s as safe, and relatively crime free as Cuba, where we often go. More like Mexico perhaps? I’ve heard Semana is safer than the other resort areas on the island, perhaps because it’s more isolated and with mostly small town locals living there, and in my opinion, that’s a big part of its charm.

Except for the problems I’ve mentioned, most of the other staff were quite helpful and pleasant. The natural splendour of the scenery was great. We basically liked the hotel itself, especially the view from our room, and on the whole ate quite well. We have heard good things about the Bahai Principe chain before, but regretfully doubt we would ever visit one again, based upon our experience. Too bad about the beach, and the attendant cavalier manner! Ultimately guest safety is being ignored! This is totally inexcusable! Beware!

  • Liked — Fabulous scenery!
  • Disliked — Badly polluted beach/ no warnings!
  • Stayed August 2008, traveled as a couple
    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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8 Thank Eldavido99
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Mississauga
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 5, 2008

Having stayed at Bahia Principe Akumal and Punta Cana, our family thought Cayacoa would be a similarly gratifying Bahia Principe vacation but we were disappointed and do not feel that the 5 star rating nor the Bahia Principe name are justified at this hotel.
Our 1st room had leaking a/c and after they tried unsuccessfully to fix it over 3 days they moved us to a room which had no a/c until the last day-we had to use 2 wastebaskets to collect the dripping water and several towels to lay on the floor so we did not slip (yet the maids would not give us an extra couple of towels).
The maids did not restock us as is required with water and beer several days.
The maid staff were particularly unfriendly and even when we left cash with a note- en Espanol- requesting a couple of extra bottles of water and repair of a broken bed leg- bed tipped if you sat near edge-nothing got done.
Rafael Rodriguez- the front desk manager was also particularly unhelpful and curt when we asked him why we could not use the Internet free as we had been promised by Bahia Principe sales rep an upgrade to Golden Club- he told us - all you get is the room upgrade. Even though I had the e-mail with me from the sales rep. This is so unlike other Bahia Principe hotels where they cannot do enough for you and are very courteous.
As for the property itself- the railings adjacent to the very steep hills were in bad disrepair- some sections were badly broken and even missing- at nite- it's very dark and I have heard and read of some people being badly hurt due to this hazard.
There was a red discharge from a large pipe dumping onto the beach area and we saw what appeared to be raw sewage drifting into the jacuzzi beach area on 2 days.
The food was great in the buffet- we don't like the reservation only restaurants- but the rule of long pants and sleeves required for men was a pain for me as I like to dress casual on vacation and the other Baia Principe hotels did not have this rule for the Buffets. Even 3/4 length pants were not allowed- some times it was other nites it was not.
As for the Golden Club- forget about it- go with the junior suites and ask for the 5th floor if you must stay at this hotel. Shuttle is not available between 2 a,m and 7 a.m.- and if you have teenage daughters- you do not want them walking back in the dark from the snack bar/disco. Even I feel that in the heat- you do not want to be walking all these steps. The Golden Club area seems to be largely ignored by the hotel judging from the poor state of housekeeping and run down rooms.
Things I liked- the food was excellent, the servers in Buffet and snack bar all very good, the views, the comfy cushions for chairs by jacuzzi pools

Stayed August 2008
Helpful?
7 Thank MississaugaPete
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Toronto
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 28 helpful votes
2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 2, 2008

Our family has vacationed at many all-inclusive resorts throughout the Caribbean and Mexico, including other resorts belonging to the Bahia Principe chain. Like many others, we use Tripadvisor to learn about the resort prior to booking, and have, on balance, found the information contained in the reviews to be fairly accurate and useful.

As others have said about this resort, the views of the ocean from the upper level suites are spectacular; the food at the buffet is much better than the specialty restaurants; the nighttime entertainment is dismal; and a hot shower with adequate water pressure is a rare luxury at the Cayacoa.

Other reviewers have also noted the fact that the beach at the Bahia Principe Cayacoa is fairly small. But we have been to Punta Cana a few times already, with its miles of white sandy beaches, so we decided to explore a new area of the island. The Samana peninsula has a lot of natural beauty, and, with its newly constructed airport, will see a tremendous amount of tourism development over the next several years. Up till now Bahia Principe has been the only major hotel operator to develop resorts in this area.

The Cayacoa is located adjacent to the town of Samana and its habour. When it rains, the storm drain pipes from the town flow directly into the habour and towards the hotel beach (see photo with 3 storm drain pipes to the left spewing out brown water after the rain). To be fair, even the city of Toronto has storm drains that run into the Don River and to Lake Ontario. But, the big differences are that: a) Toronto samples the water quality of its beaches and advises people whether it is safe for swimming, and, b) Toronto is not a major beach resort destination with a hotel beach located adjacent to the city’s storm drains.

Well, if that was not enough to put you off swimming at the Cayacoa’s beach, it gets worse…each morning, during the week that we were there, the water would start out fairly clear, then, by mid morning, a dark brown/black plume would move into the beach swimming area (see photo of beach area). Unlike the lighter coloured brown sediment from the storm drains after a rainfall, which tended to settle within 12-24 hours, these dark brown/black plumes would float on about the top 6 inches of water and return day after day. Anthony, a Dominican who grew up in Samana, said he has never seen anything on the beach like it before. But in his conversations with the hotel staff, apparently these dark brown/black plumes have appeared several times in the past year.

After repeated requests to transfer to another hotel within the Bahia Principe chain due to the potentially unsafe water for swimming, Anthony, the HotelBeds representative, sent us to see the General Manager of the Cayacoa, Mathias Colombo. Mathias would only concede that a study needed to be done to determine the source of the water pollution. But he refused to transfer concerned guests to another Bahia resort because the water was “100% safe” and because the source of the pollution was “all natural”!!! You gotta be kidding me…aside from the repulsive nature of paying for a vacation to swim in brown murky water, how can anyone deem that the water is safe to swim in if they don’t know what is causing the pollution???

To conclude, if we had known about the quality of the water at the Cayacoa’s beach, we would definitely have chosen a different resort. What is equally disappointing is the General Manager’s dismissive nature in dealing with a situation that many people were concerned enough get out of the water and to complain to the hotel management about. Thankfully, his lack of professionalism is not indicative of Dominican hotel workers in general. However, we are left wondering if the General Manager’s dismissive attitude and handling of this situation reflects Bahia Principe’s policy towards customer service.

Note: Potential guests of this hotel who book with Conquest Vacations should note that Anthony is NOT a Conquest employee/representative…a subtle but important detail when you are not satisfied with your vacation package upon arrival at the Cayacoa.

  • Liked — The spetacular view
  • Disliked — The beach
  • Stayed August 2008, traveled with family
    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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10 Thank waterpen
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Newcastle upon Tyne
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 23, 2008

Just returned from two week holiday with family party. My husband and I, and a 16 and 20 year old. The First Choice flight had extra leg room and was as comfortable as economy long haul can be. Hotel is an hour away from Samana Airport. Our rooms were beautiful- on the top floor over looking the marina and the beach. We had a connecting internal door between our rooms and they were spotless, cleaned every day, towels changed daily and bed linen every three days. The mini bar replenished every day. The main bar area was never really crowded and we could always get served in the evenings. The staff were hard working and helpful. Tea, coffee and cakes are served here through the day.

The buffet is nice with a wide variety of choice for breakfast lunch and dinner. The boys used the snack bar a few times as well to combat hollow leg syndrome that strikes at 1 am in the morning and said it was tasty. None of us were ill or had upset tummies.

The pool is lovely, but too noisy for me so spent alot of time on the beach. The beach is nice and clean and we could always get a sun bed. The younger ones stayed by the pool and had agreat time.

We booked our trips wirh Raymond on the beach. We were told not to, but we wanted a fishing trip and the hotel couldnt help ,so Raymond organised it for us. The fishing isnt so hot in D.R unlike Cuba. Raymonds "office" is at the end of the beach. He is persona non gratia with the hotel and is not allowed on the hotel beach, but you can find him there right at the end bit. He organised a day trip to Santa Domingo for us which was fab and am really pleased we did it. We had a city guide who showed us the high lights- Christopher Columbass house being one of them.The architecture is incedible in the old parts of the city. The highlight for me was the underground caves with lakes. Incredible.
Raymond also took us to Playa Rincon, National Park and,Jeep Safari, all really good value and we saw a bit more with him than tourists usually do.

We did all our shopping at the local market in Samana which is best described as an experience. We whizzed around on the "touk touk" local transport provided by little motor bikes with trollies on the back and went for drinks in local bars. The touk-touk men are licenced and carry ID. They will take you on a trip for an hour round the town and up into the hills for 20 dollars and its fun. Discuss and agree price first. The touk touks stop out side the harbour entrance..The hotel has a golf buggy which will take you up and dowm to the hotel shops in Samana.The kids in the town want to clean your shoes for a dollar ,and the fact that you have flip flops on doesnt put them off ,and they can persist. We didnt give them money but gave them sweets. Its a difficult one. Samana is safe and we went out and about alot .However, there is alot of poverty and some people may live on their wits, as this is all they may have, so just excercise some caution.

A word of warning. The hotel is used by Dominicans- rich ones -at the weekend and it is heaving. Book, if you can your a la carte restaurants and trips for Friday Sat and Sun and do yourselves a favour. Queue is not in their vocabulary nor do they do manners. We got upset at the way they treated the hotel staff who work very hard and long hours. I was also a little taken aback at other guests behaviour, and can only put this down to all inclusive alcohol. Not attractive.

All in all a great family holiday. We would go back no problem and becuse the town is safe you arent locked in the hotel.We had a great time and so did our boys. Raymond is great for trips whatever the rep may tell you. Hello to the boys and girls from London and our French friends from Paris. Enjoy.

  • Liked — Beautiful views. Clean, Staff
  • Disliked — Lift to beach hot working all the time
  • Stayed August 2008, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Service
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Business service (e.g., internet access)
Helpful?
5 Thank TheInceMob
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Property: Grand Bahia Principe Cayacoa
Address: Loma Puerto Escondido s/n, Dominican Republic
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Location: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > Samana Province
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection 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 Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#4 Top resorts Hotel in Samana Province
#6 Spa Hotel in Samana Province
#6 On the Beach Hotel in Samana Province
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Grand Bahia Principe Cayacoa 3.5*
Number of rooms: 295
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Facilities and services: Main pool with Jacuzzi surrounded by a sun terrace 3 beachside hydromassage tubs Loungers, sun umbrellas and towel service BAHIA SPA (additional charge) Water activity centre WiFi access in the lobby (1h per day free of charge) Wedding gazebo Buffet-style main restaurant and 3 speciality restaurants 4 bars, cocktail lounge, chill out zone, 1 snack bar Sports facilities: gym Pueblo Principe: Shopping and leisure mall with local craft stores, live music, shows, stores, bars and disco. Rooms: 295 rooms including 4 types: Standard, Standard with Sea View, Superior Junior Suite and Club Golden Junior Suite. Junior Suites are larger than Standard rooms. Room facilities: King size bed or 2 full size beds Fully-equipped bathroom with hydromassage bath tub, hair dryer and magnifying mirror. Air conditioning Ceiling fan Telephone Satellite TV Coffee-making facilities Mini-bar Safe (additional charge) Terrace WiFi (no additional charge) Junior Suite: sitting area, sofa-bed and ironing set Club Golden Junior Suites (See page 18 Club Golden, Club Hacienda) Children Bahia Scouts The hotel is perfect for families, offering a range of facilities tailored especially for children, including the following: Park Mini Club for children aged 4 to 12 Evening Mini Disco Babysitting service (additional charge) Other services Medical service (additional charge) Pharmacy (additional charge) Bus stop opposite the hotel Auditorium for corporate meetings Panoramic lifts Personalised menus (for celiacs, diabetics, etc.) Available on request Specialised service for organising weddings, incentive trips, events and anniversaries. ... more   less 
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