The Dominican Republic welcomed a record number of international tourist arrivals in July. Over 730,000 people visited the island throughout the month, and the trend is likely to continue. The island’s year-round warm weather, vast amount of all-inclusives, and world-renowned beaches make it the perfect spot to enjoy a Caribbean vacation. While you could certainly go all out and spend a fortune, there are plenty of options just as luxurious as the higher-cost resort up the street. We have found several all-inclusives that you are sure to love. If traveler reviews are any indication, these resorts will not disappoint.
The prices shown reflect a stay of 7 nights between September 6th and September 13th and are based on two people. If traveling with a larger group, room rates may vary, and there will be additional charges in order to cover their all-inclusive access. Only beachfront resorts with user reviews of 8/10 or higher were considered to ensure you have the best vacation at the best price. Unless otherwise stated, all food and drinks (including alcohol) are included in the nightly price.
Bahia Principe Luxury Samana – $194
User Review: 8.8/10
This 5-star all-inclusive is the most highly rated option under $200 a night by booking.com users, and it’s easy to see why. With a private beach, pool overlooking the ocean, onsite spa, and five restaurant and bar options, travelers will have no trouble calling this resort home for a while. And just in case you didn’t want to lift a finger for any of that, Butler service is available with your stay at no additional cost.
The resort is adult-only and is an excellent location for couples. For a relaxing day, head to the onsite spa, which offers nearly every service you could imagine. It’ll be about the only thing you’ll have to pay extra for, but it’ll be worth every penny.
Not Inclusive: Premium Drinks, Spa Treatments, Themed Dinners, Laundry Service
Check Prices At: Bahia Principe Luxury Samana
Bahia Principe Luxury Bouganville – $163
User Review: 8.7/10
Like its sister property above, the Bahia Principe Luxury Bouganville is an adults-only resort. The property sits on a larger complex with two pools, four bars, and six restaurants. This property separates itself from its sister properties by including premium drinks in its pricing for those who want a bit more variety. Also included are taxes and tips, which is great for when you want to take advantage of your onsite Butler.
You won’t have any boring moments while on this property. You could spend a day at the spa, take a dancing lesson, join a pool party, or even enjoy at night at the property’s silent disco.
Not Inclusive: Spa Treatments, Themed Dinners, Laundry Service
Check Prices At Bahia Principe Luxury Bouganville
Riu Republica – $163
User Review: 8.0/10
Riu Republica is great for travelers looking for an awesome party with their all-inclusive experience. This adults-only hotel features themed parties with live DJs and performers for an experience you won’t forget. Act like a kid at the onsite waterpark, act like a grown-up at a swim-up bar, and act like royalty at the onsite spa. This resort has nine different restaurants and ten bars; you’ll never run out of options during your stay.
This is the largest property listed in this article, with over 1300 rooms split between three buildings. There are eight swimming pools, and the property sits right on the beach.
Not Inclusive: Specialty Wine, Spa Treatments
Bahia Principe Grand La Romana – $178
- User Review: 8.6/10
- User Review: 8.3/10
Caribe Deluxe Princess – $184
- User Review: 8.3/10
Why It’s Worth A Visit
The Dominican Republic is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, is easy and affordable to visit due to its high air connectivity, and offers excellent weather all year. It’s not surprising that it is setting arrival records and will likely continue to do so. For travelers looking for a beautiful beachfront escape, the Dominican Republic may be the perfect fit.
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