Hilton La Romana

Hilton La Romana is everything you’d expect from a luxury Caribbean resort and much more, thanks to its modern look, incredible service and proximity to the beach. Bedrooms are stylishly decorated to reflect the natural landscape and take advantage of the spectacular views, while the complex itself caters to any and all needs. Three pools, an upmarket spa, gourmet food and even beachside dining is all at your fingertips, and the village centre is a short and pleasant stroll away, so exploring is easy. This is one complex that almost rivals the natural scenery in the beauty stakes.

Overview of Bayahibe

When you think of holidays to the Dominican Republic, are you imagining endless stretches of paradise, punctuated only by luxury resorts, fun water sports and crystal-clear waters? Well that’s exactly what you get, plus stunning coral reefs that beg you to explore them by snorkelling. Bayahibe is what beach holidays are all about. It’s a quiet, laid-back and unspoilt fishing village, boasting some of the finest beaches that you’ll ever see. Located at the edge of a national park, everything about the setting is beautiful, and the village offers plenty of brilliant dining and souvenir-shopping opportunities.

Things to do in Bayahibe

Playa Bayahibe is the main beach and has fantastic facilities that promise to cater to everyone. In addition, there are plenty of beachside restaurants and bars for when you need some sustenance. When you get restless on the sands, jump in the water and try your hand at one of the many water sports on offer. You’ll be hard-pressed to get bored of beach days here. For a more active appreciation of the surroundings, try a hike through the tropical forests of the national park. Hilton La Romana has everything you could possibly need but do try to leave the complex, at least to visit the village centre for a spot of shopping. The local handicrafts are beautiful and you can also pick up some rum and cigars.


Resort Summary

The village of Bayahibe sits on the edge of Parque Nacional de Este national park which forms a lush palm-fringed backdrop to the white sandy beaches here on the Caribbean coast. Founded as a fishing village in 1874, Bayahibe maintains its roots and is set in a natural landscape. You’ll find colourful buildings in the original parts of the village and a small harbour where fishing boats still bring in fresh fish and seafood.

In the village centre there are plenty of opportunities for shopping and browsing to pick up local handicrafts and souvenirs, and you’ll find a good selection of restaurants and bars to try out.