White sands and warm waters stretch along the 800-mile coastline of the Dominican Republic, setting off its stunning mountain scenery. Experience the thrill of its waterfalls and rivers carving through lush jungle, see migrating whales off the coast, marvel at amazing amber on display in the museum and enjoy an array of water sports from white-water rafting to parasailing. And as the first Spanish settlement in the Americas, 500 years of history is captured in its evocative colonial architecture.
A beautiful white-sand beach, designer rooms and a gourmet dining scene are the signatures of this amazing hotel just an hour from the airport and superbly located for exploring the stunning surroundings. You'll find four-poster day beds on the beach and a choice of four pools with swim-up bars or if you don't fancy a dip, waiters will bring drinks right to your lounger. For entertainment, take in a show at the theatre and chill in The Sports Hub, or indulge with a spa treatment.
With just a few palm trees separating it from a stunning sandy beach, this hotel is an oasis of tropical luxury. Stylish rooms with rainfall showers and a lazy river that winds around the pool all combine to create an atmosphere of pure relaxation. There's plenty to keep you entertained with a casino, a multi-sports court plus an array of water sports to choose from. Fine dining on the beach front or restaurants serving Tex-Mex to Mediterranean cuisine completes the picture.
Shrouded in tropical gardens, the private Riu Bambu is located in a popular part of Punta Cana's coast. The hotel brings you delicious food across seven restaurants and lively entertainment is laid on throughout the day and into the evening. Everyone will find their own piece of paradise here, with five pools and two kids' pools to choose from. And if you fancy a spot of adventure, a reef not far from the shore and local shipwreck makes for great snorkelling.
If you are looking for indulgence this hotel exudes it with contemporary rooms, an infinity pool and an impressive restaurant count. Seven a la carte restaurants serve everything from traditional Dominican dishes on beach front to spicy Mexican cuisine, and there's even a sushi bar. All the family will love its designated areas for adults as younger ones enjoy kids' clubs. As well as a great line-up of activities, relive island life in the 16th-century replica Mediterranean village nearby.