Me hospede en el hotel por que unos amigos se casaban en el mismo, nunca espere que el hotel fuera tan excelente, comida buena, fresca y variada, bebidas premium, el personal muy atento. El servicio de concierge excelente el sr Carlos King me ayudó mucho con algo que se me extravío y lo recupere. En resumen mi experiencia fue muy placentera y recomiendo Dreams La Romana 100% para unas buenas vacaciones ya sea que quieras descansar o hacer diversas actividades o ambas. No hubo nada que no me gustara
Birds and nature if they were any. Noisy and breakfast was the same. Maybe should change theme of breakfast
The Spa experience is a good take away for us. Inaccurate information given from tour guides to push their products. Our servers were horrible at best. Seems there need to be some training to demonstrate that all customers should be treated equally. We observed on multiple occassions how we were treated differently in comparison to other guest. There won't be a repeat for us to Dreams La Romana.
La piscina es grande y linda. Tiene 2 Jacuzzis grandes. Las habitaciones estan confortables y bien decoradas Poca variedad en las comidas, sobre todo en el almuerzo (al medio dia). Me hubiese gustado ver buenas carnes a la plancha y mariscos. Por ese precio se espera mejor comida.
I stayed at the Resort in early December and had an amazing time with my group. The grounds are very well kept and the Beach atmoshere very lively. All of the dining options were very good and did not experience wait times at any point. The best part of the stay was the warmth and helpfulness of their well seasoned staff.
The food was pretty typical for an all inclusive. Staff was very good, property well taken care of. Beach clean and plenty of spots to sit and relax.
I went with my 24yr old son. We enjoyed the natural beauty of Casa de Campo but I think we missed a little bit of night life. Unless you went to La Marina (after 11:00 pm everybody starts leaving) or Altos de Chavon(the discoteque starts after 11 pm there was no other place to hear music (at least for younger people. Other than that I enjoyed the trails for my jogging, the beautiful beaches and the neat golf car that the hotel provides. I wished to have stayed longer as to enjoy other activities that the hotel offer. I was mostly visiting a friends house which is in Casa de Campo, so hopefully I will visit Casa de Campo again, though maybe I will stay in one of the villas which are so beautiful.. I do think that the hotel needs a little face lift. My fiirst stay at the hotel was twenty years ago and it shows that the years have gone by.
Loved everything. We got the all inclusive and food was outstanding, nothing like regular all inclusives. We like it so much we went back and rented a villa w maid and buttler
Casa de Campo is a golfer's haven, but if you are a nongolfer, it has much to offer, too. The service is excellent, the food is good and the horseback riding is fantastic. This is a huge property with restaurant options where shuttles must be taken to some. Golf carts are supplied for getting around, but not suitable for night time. The beach is about a 10 minute ride from the main resort area. I would have liked it within walking distance of the main area. Nevertheless, this is a top notch resort!
got there thinking it was an 'ALL-INCLUSIVE' resort booked for 1 week and upon our arrival we ended up paying another $* for the 'All-Inclusive' package bc we were on a European Plan [EP] be cautious when booking with this resort ---- for people with money to burn LITERALLY!!!!!!!! The kinds that light up their cigars with $*bills and people who own mansions with golden toilets!!! front desk customer service were money hungry lions oh and not to mention that YELLOW faucet water was DISGUSTING I was afraid to brush my teeth in case I caught Salmonella or an Ameba!!! and BTW do not plan on having fun during your stay it mostly caters to the older population so if you are not soon to retire do not consider this place and even worse is the DANGER outside the resort lots of crime and poverty it is GHETTO FABULOUS! disappointed customer :I
Did not honor our all-inclusive package and online service refused to honor its guarantee.
The Italian village is a must see. Staff were friendly. Rooms were dated and needed more cleaning and polishing. Some incidental charges were added to our account for restaurants we didn't even been to. It was an honest mistake and management fixed it.
lo que me ha gustado mas fue la atencion al cliente, la amabilidad de todos los empleados, la comida excelente, el bufet, los restaurantes a la carta, la trankilidad, el baile en el bar/piscina en la noche la ducha boto agua en la habitacion, el suelo mojado y tambien abajo de la cama. El aire no functionaba durante 2 dias en la habitacion.
El personal muy atento
Buen servicio Muy caro
Personal y ambiente Pieza muy basica, baño mal distribuido, ducha conectada a la habitacion sin puerta
El personal es muy servicial y la comida es diversam ya que cuenta con pizzerias, creperarias, grill en la playa y buffet.
Todo muy bien (me realizaron un upgrade a las habitaciones nuevas) llamadas "privilage" Todo muy bien (me realizaron un upgrade a las habitaciones nuevas) pero la comida un desastre!!!! Gracias
la comida es excelente, y el Hotel es acojedor y confortable los baños del Hotel
El Viva esta especializado en buceo, y es lo que mas me gusto. La ubicacion cerca del parque nacional es genial. La playa es muy bonita. El mantenimiento de las habitaciones.Suelen ser poco ventiladas y humedas. Hay que reclamar a que cambien almoada y sabanas. La comida es solo pasable, comimos muchas veces fuera del hotel.
Demasiados turistas para mi pero me la pasé super bien! La playa es estupenda!!! Demasiados Italianos! lol
El confort en las habitaciones y el entretenimiento, muy completo! el entorno natural es precioso Lo que no me gusto mucho fue la variedad en las comidas, como que era lo mismo casi siempre, era muy buena, pero no habia variedad, y nunca pude hacer reservas para los restaurantes tematicos, siempre estaban llenos, otra cosa qye no me gusto fue la insistencia de algunos de los del club Viva por querer hacernos socios e insistir en quefueramosa una reunion.
I had a great experience here. The staff was very pleasant and were very patient with my lack of spanish dialect. I will stay here again on my next visit Very close to the festival area. Can be a annoying.
buena atencion del personal ...Los administradores muy complacientes..comodo el cuerto y limpio..trnaquilo el lugar . me gusto y me senti bien porque esta cerca de todo . el wifi funciono bien y el estacionamoiento seguro. los utensilios de cocina y algunos equipos de cocina hay que cambiarlos ...
Loved the friendly staff/delicious fruit and coffee/public relaxing hut/clean room and balcony/ambiance only that there was no a/c
The best beach. Viva restaurant and the Mexican are the best. Hotel for smokers. I had to visit my pulmonologist doctor. Smokers everywhere. I spend most of the time in my room, because the smokers. Smokers on the beach, in the pool, inside the beach and the pool, smokers everywhere. 2. Eat fast or Glenys will take you off to the Buffet. 3. If you need a Towel in the pool avoid the Young guy light skin with yellow eyes, he is really rude. 4. We had a flood situation in our room and blackout at the middle of the night but Alessandro helped us.
All the staff members were super friendly and helpful!! Shout out to Hector at the pool bar!! He always hooked you up with your drinks!!! There was nothing I didn't like, exception to the a/c in our room was kinda of noisy and i think needed maintenance. But it still did its job of cooling off the room!! Bahia Principe is an exceptional resort!! Would definitely recommend this to others and can't wait to go back!!
Staff in non managerial positions are excellent. They really make an effort and Bahia Principe should acknowledge this. Head chef (Spanish) is brilliant Alcohol is cheap and bottles of premium are refilled with cheaper brands. Management staff medicore Animation is poor although staff do their best. They have a time share sales house which is really absorbing and can ruin a holiday
Once you get in, the entrance is GORGEOUS! Everywhere you look makes you feel like you're in the middle of paradise surrounded by palm trees and beautiful flowers. The buffet is okay. Not all of their food is properly heated so expect to eat warm or sometimes even cold food... But, it tastes good. I did experience awful abdominal pain accompanied with diarrhea the first day after eating lunch there. It lasted about 6 hours and I was fine after that. My husband had mild pain towards the end but nothing serious. The Gourmet restaurant was my FAVORITE out of all of the a la carte restaurants. If you want to eat something different and fast, book at the Takara and/or Italian restaurants. They both also offer a buffet on top of their a la carte. Perfect when you do not want to miss their entertainment! Their entertainment at 930pm is OUTSTANDING! From magic shows, the a Lion King play, to a Michael Jackson tribute, to even a CIRCUS... Whatever you do, DO NOT miss them, they are all fantastic. The drinks are pretty good, but do not expect premium/imported drinks unless you pay. That being said, try their coco loco, banana mama, pina colada and mamajuana drinks. They are superb! The staff is very friendly, and they hang out at their hotel when they are off. Weird at first seeing the hotel manager with shorts having a drink, but we didn't mind it. It is far... About 45 mins/an hour from both Santo Domingo and La Romana airports. That translates to expensive taxi drives (about $70-$80 each way). Try to plan your ride in advance or you might be waiting and get frustrated. The company Dominican Quest was the best I found by FAR! Best price and best service. They even wait with a sign with your name on it, and provide a courtesy call on your way to your destination. They take up to 6 people for the same price. You will be paying that if not more for a taxi from the hotel, you simply cannot beat it. There are NO shops or ANYTHING next to the hotel for miles and miles and miles... You get the point. If you want to go somewhere, it HAS to be by taxi or with a tour. Do NOT drive or plan on renting a car unless you are a local with experience. Seriously, just don't. People drive crazy, there are motorcycles everwhere, and noone seems to follow any traffic rules. You still want to rent a car? Get their maximum insurance and bring some cash with you. Some tourists are inconsiderate, leaving cups and straws all over the pool (gross)! They don't seem to have a staff person cleaning the pool during the day, though I will say it was all clean by morning. The beach is not that pretty clear water you are expecting, not because it is dirty, but because there's a river next to it. But because of that you are getting this 4 star hotel at less than $100 per night. Want to see clear water? Do an excursion to Isla Saona. You will not regret it. Don't care much for water and rather have adventure? Their Safari tour is the best one my husband and I have encountered. There was one day we didn't have hot water in our room, but after a call to their concierge service and a few hours later, it was fixed. Also people with kids, beware of staff members selling illegal drugs! The one stand offering henna tattoos by the pool to be specific. The gentleman approached my husband and promised to be discrete. That being said, I didn't see ANYONE using or at any point smelled weed, etc. Just be careful. Lastly, stay away from their Club Priviledge team. They will offer you a gift to listen about their timeshare and might even give you a pitty "I need points for my family" story. If you have at least two hours to kill and are interested in their vacation plan (for GODS SAKE READ all documents line by line, ASK QUESTIONS, and DO NOT trust all you hear or you will be stuck in a 30 year contract) then ask if they can give you a credit towards a tour. At first they will offer you a Dominican package option with rum, coffee and cigars; or a Club option with towel, bag and hats. After not showing interest, we lucked out and got an $80 voucher towards any tour. For 2 hours of our time, it was well worth it. They will say 60 mins or more, trust me... It's closer to two hours. And if you happened to sign their contract and are reading this, please call their club and RCI to find out if all the information you were given is true.
The staff at the restaurants were very accommodating especially at the Olas resturant as were housekeeping, and bell hops. The location was beautiful regardless of the Rainy days. Massages at the spa where excellent as well. Our first day there we had to wait 30 minutes for our room , 20 minutes for luggage and an hour for a towel. Throughout the remainder of the trip towels were very scarce for us, however for patrons with a different color wristband Towels were available.
The Spa is great and Inmaculada, one of the massage therapists, is the best! The quality of service from the staff was poor for a hotel that claims to be 5 Stars. It is not a 5 Star hotel, it is a 3 Star hotel. However, I do give credit to the few staff members that are truly dedicated and helpful. Also the drinks were awful, and the beach/pool were dirty. We were told that when the river joins with the sea, it makes the beach dirty. So depends what time of year you visit. You may encounter a dirty beach.
Gorgeous setting and grounds. Beautiful beach and spectacular pool. Large rooms, well appointed. Prompt and courteous service. The food is mostly hodge-podge and gave me and my wife diarrhea. The beach is beautiful, but the water is so turbid you cannot see your hand a few inches below the surface.
Don't know We didn't like receiving a call on our way to the resort and being told that there was a mistake and that there were no rooms available because they were sold out. This was on our way to the place so we had to head back home. This after my card had been charged and the booking confirmed, now I have to wait up to a week to receive my refund. This is totally unacceptable in my book.