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Dominican Republic

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Resorts in Puerto Plata

Choosing hotels in Puerto Plata is the best way to enjoy an amazing holiday beside heavenly beaches surrounded by tropical gardens and with all the luxuries you’ll ever need. Playabachata Spa Resort and Puerto Plata Spa Resort stand right on the beach in the magnificent Bay of Maimon, one of the most exclusive areas in the Dominican Republic.

Playa Senator
  • Seafront
  • Family
  • Beach
  • Spa

Spectacular resort in Puerto Plata, one of the most exclusive holiday areas in the Dominican Republic, ideally located just 25 km away from the international airport. Right on the edge of a gorgeous white-sand beach, this hotel is suitable for families, couples and honeymoons.

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Senator Hotels & Resorts
  • Seafront
  • Beach
  • Couples
  • Spa

Have a magical holiday in a resort that looks out over the turquoise waters and heavenly beach in Puerto Plata, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. With exclusive décor and design, this hotel is characterised by its magnificent outdoor areas with three pools and its unbeatable gastronomic offering with three à la carte restaurants and eight snack bars.

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What to see in Dominican Republic

San Felipe de Puerto Plata was founded by Spanish settlers in 1502 and today boasts an array of tourist attractions and wonderful beaches. They include Playa Dorada, with its crystal-clear waters, coral reefs and marine fauna; Playa Luperón, with its fine sands and tropical vegetation; or Playa Maimon, with its turquoise waters and golden sands.

Another reason why people choose hotels in Dominican Republic is to wander along its magnificent waterfront malecón in Playa Puntilla, lined by commemorative statues, up to the Fortaleza de San Felipe, a fort built in 1577 to fight off pirate attacks.

In the city, attractions include strolling along the streets to admire the colourful Victorian houses; visiting the Amber Museum, home to the mosquito-encased amber that Steven Spielberg used in Jurassic Park and a huge collection of amber items; exploring the Museum of Taino Art, which showcases objects from the original inhabitants of the island La Hispaniola; or taking a tour of the Ron Brugal distillery, one of the oldest in the Dominican Republic.

Another must-visit is the Isabel de Torres National Park, an 800-metre-high promontory accessible via cable car. The park, home to many species of animals and plants, commands outstanding views of the local area.

What’s more, the cuisine is a yet another reason why people choose hotels in Dominican Republic. The delicious fish and seafood dishes, arroz con auyama (pumpkin rice), sancocho de habichuelas (sweet and spicy bean stew), bandera dominicana (rice and kidney beans), plantains, Geo Geo cheese, chula mia (cheesecake) and local chocolates are just some of the most popular specialities here.

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What to do in Dominican Republic

The resort hotels in Dominican Republic lay on a full range of leisure activities to complement those found in the area. For example, beaches such as Maimón, Sosúa, Encuentro, Cabarete or Cayo Paraíso are perfect spots for scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, surfing or kiteboarding. Other attractions include humpback whale watching, catamaran rides, horseback riding, ziplining or rafting among stunning landscapes.

And if you like to feel at-one with nature, you really shouldn’t miss the Damajagua Falls. With twenty-eight waterfalls and pools, this natural adventure fascinates all visitors thanks to the crystal-clear waters plummeting down geological faults.

What’s more, if you’re holidaying with your family, options for all ages include Ocean World, the largest manmade dolphin habitat; Fun City, an entertaining go-karting park; and Columbus Aqua Park, a fun water park where adults can let off adrenaline and kiddies can play around in the water.

As for fiestas in Dominican Republic, its famous carnival takes place between the months of February and April, filling the streets with lavish costumes and colourful groups of singers. What’s more, the months of September and October play host to the Merengue Festival, an event featuring artists from this genre and which regularly attracts more than one hundred thousand people. And 27 February is Dominican Independence Day, a festival when locals take to the streets with flags to party the night away with music, drinks and traditional food.

All-inclusive hotels in Dominican Republic

The best way to enjoy your holidays without having to worry about a single thing is to opt for all-inclusive hotels in Dominican Republic. Senator Hotels & Resorts has two five-star resorts in Dominican Republic with fully-equipped rooms, outdoor swimming pools with sunbathing area, quality cuisine, direct access to the Bay of Maimón and many other services for you to unwind and enjoy a truly magnificent holiday.