Sivory Punta Cana Boutique Hotel
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... dissertation research on documentation and the movement Reconocido with the fantastic help of Telemin. It has been extremely interesting to learn directly from those living here about the issues which they have to deal with on a daily basis. That said, I am really looking forward to travelling, being a tourist and not having to worry about work or anything uni-related! I have 6 weeks of travels planned starting tomorrow when I go to the familiar Bayahibe. Muchas gracias 180 ...
There is a prize at university to write an article about an issue or subject related to the country or region where you are living during your Year Abroad. I decided to write about the unpensioned elderly of the bateyes here and the charity to raise awareness. The prize is £200 (which I would donate to the charity) and also the article is published in the university's paper ...
... of dancing again creating a great atmosphere. Ama and 3 of her friends went on to another gagá in a batey, whilst her other 2 friends stayed in Guaymate at the charity. We chatted all evening about different things, mainly about what Chile is like and Dominican Republic.It was really nice to chat to them, and felt my Spanish had improved. Went to bed early as we plan to go to Bayahibe tomorrow to reunite with Ama and the rest of the ...
... a competition between the man and the woman to see who falls first. Also alcohol plays a central role, as in any party. One during evening a woman was 'taken over by a spirit' (or from what I could make out, just had a bit too much rum) and started clearing a space for herself to dance crazily. We moved on to another batey where the gagá was in full swing already. There was also ...
... the rites which he was very enthusiastic about. After the wedding we headed to a resort on the beach called Playa Blanca which was beautiful. It had the most enormous (soon discovered) fake cake and there was a beautiful table set up and a dance floor on the beach. All the ladies were encouraged to help themselves to free flip flops and pashminas. The wedding had some beautiful speeches in both English and Spanish and ...
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My fiance and I just returned from an incredible week at the Sivory Punta Cana. Wow! From the moment that we arrived until the end of the week- we were treated like a King & Queen. The arrival was perfect- the gracious staff presented us with champagne and cold vanilla infused towels. After my fiance bought some sandals at the small boutique- we were escorted to our incredible suite with our own private plunge pool right on the beach! The suite was beautifully furnished and the bed was great (very soft sheets!). The bathroom was amazing- a HUGE shower with jets and an incredible deep bath for 2. The suite was spotless-the housekeeping staff did a fabulous job the whole week. The wine cooler was stocked with wine and the minibar had water, sodas, and beer. The pool was a little cold but it did feel very refreshing after laying in the hot sun for awhile. The large private patio also had a great outdoor shower. The room had a flat screen TV and a DVD player (so don't forget your DVD's!).
We just returned from a long weekend at Sivory. The hotel and beach are quite beautiful--the grounds are impeccable. We reserved an ocean front luxury suite with a plunge pool which was definitely worth the money. Unfortunately the pool isn't heated-and it's on the eastern side of the island which puts it in the shade for most of the day. The outside temperature was only upper 70's to low 80's so there wasn't much incentive to use a cold pool. The room was great otherwise. Very big with nice sitting areas both inside and out. To be honest we didn't use the sofa once, because our patio was so comfortable. Unfortunately we didn't heed the bug-spry-in-the-room hint, so we were both eaten alive by the gnats and mosquitoes. The bathroom was huge, with a two person shower and tub. The only thing I didn't like about the room was the fluorescent (or blue/cold incandescent) light bulbs. I couldn't understand why they didn't use warm bulbs which are much prettier.
A true leading hotel of the world
We just returned from a week's stay at Sivory Punta Cana and totally enjoyed the experience. The hotel is everything and more that they describe. The pool area is absolutely beautiful and the views are magnificent. The service is outstanding . The management wants to do everything to make your vacation experience a fantastic one. On our next trip to Punta Cana, we will stay at this hotel again.
Wow! My wife and I recently returned from our first, but definitely not our last, visit to Sivory. Having visited Punta Cana in the past, we thought that kind of hotels didn't existed in the island, but had stumbled upon a hotel that would provide one of the most relaxing vacations we have taken. If you are going to Dominican Rep. --- stay here, avoid te mega all-inclusive resorts. The food, the accommodations, the grounds (still growing), the spa, and most impressively, the staff all make SIVORY a memorable vacation spot. We can't wait to go back.
My husband and I spent our honeymoon at the Sivory this january. I would like to discuss what I thought about the resort going in and what I think after the visit. (4 nights, Sivory all inclusive plan)
We just returned on Friday February 10th 2006 from a seven night stay. The resort had only been open for about six weeks. Having traveled to numerous "Small Hotels of the World" facilities in the Caribbean and Europe, our expectations were high. Sivory met or exceeded these expectations!!!
My partner and I just got back from a 5 day stay at the Sivory in Uvero Alto. It is wonderful and one of the best vacations I've had in a long time. We stayed in one of the luxury suites with plunge pool right on the beach. The room was fabulous. The bathroom has a gorgeous, large shower and a large 2 person tub. The bed was very comfortable. There was also a little sitting area with a sofa and chair. The patio was also quite nice, with 4 chaise lounge chairs and a table/chair combo for eating outside.
Our first six days of our honeymoon was complete paradise at SIVORY PUNTA CANA. From the moment you get out of the car you are greeted by welcoming
Sivory Punta Cana
Unbelievable!!!!! You will be swept away with the luxury and beauty of this property. The rooms are amazing, the pool is beautiful, and the staff is great. Upgrading to the Luxury Jr. Suite with the pool was perfect, you are so close to the beach. The all inclusive is a great deal and very resonable. We will return as soon as we can. Also try the spa services...great place
Toured the Sivory..
I did not stay at the resort, but I went to see it in January 2006, soon after it opened.
I'm posting the pictures for all who want to stay there, but can't get any information on it.
The place looks beautiful, and the customer service from what I've experienced is excellent.
Hope you enjoy your stay!!!