The Puntacana Hotel

Address: Ave. Abraham Lincoln No. 960 , Punta Cana, Dominican Republic | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Ave. Abraham Lincoln No. 960 , Punta Cana, is near National Pantheon (Pantheon Nacional), Plaza Bavaro, Monasterio de San Francisco, and Royal Buildings (Casas Reales).
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Puntacana Hotel Punta Cana

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Punta Cana

Short But Sweet!

A travel blog entry by sammy85430 on Jul 14, 2015

202 photos

... and orchestrated to give you a sense of the "real" Dominican Republic. The trip ended on Macao Beach which is absolutely beautiful and a must see.
As much as things change here in the DR they really remain the same. Being in a hurry is not an agenda. Friendly natives and expats mixed with a diversity of Europeans mostly. It was a good short trip. Enjoy the ...

Barcelo Bravo Beach Hotel

A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 04, 2015

5 photos

... in tip top shape. (See attached pics). The beaches were in pristine condition and the water felt like bath water. Not San Diego cold at all.

This was an all inclusive hotel so you could eat and drink at your leisure. This hotel had buffet style areas where you could eat all types of different food. Generally, it was okay. I would assume its hard to cook for this many people. They also had ...

A week in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by irenan on Jun 05, 2014

55 photos

... or Mexico (the service is better) than to the Dominican Republic...or even further down, to the places we have not been to yet - Curacao, Aruba or Barbados...









But my daughter Alexandra's ("Sasha" for close people) maid of honor Aida was having her own wedding here, ...

Chapter Two - A drive through the D. R.

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 10, 2012

27 photos

... liquid refreshment."

While the girls are setting things up, I wander over to the point, looking back over the perfect crescent of the bay. I begin to get form an opinion that the Dominican Republic as a developing nation is extremely disorganized. Perhaps Boca Chica would have looked like this if we had managed to barge our way past the touts and blatant commercialization on the shore. Fortunately here there are still some openings giving us easy access to ...

Dominican Republic: A Place of Beauty

A travel blog entry by copernicus on Jun 03, 2011

109 photos

... tain our excitement and am sure wiggled the whole time they made us wait.
We took a short cab ride to our rented apartment. Once we settled in we made a mad dash to try to find the beach. Mission Failed. We kept going into private homes with concrete walls that lead nowhere. There did not seem to be anyone around to help. So we did what any sane person would do in this situation…bought alcohol (Ron Dominicano Blanco) and had a mini party.

The ...