Be Live Grand Punta Cana

Address: Carretera Cabeza de Toro Km 7, Punta Cana, 23000, Dominican Republic | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Carretera Cabeza de Toro Km 7, Punta Cana, is near Tropical Storm Bavaro Cruise, Barcelo Sky Casino Punta Cana, and Residencial Cayena Golf.
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      Reviewed by nelsonlevita

      This is the good life

      Reviewed Aug 11, 2013
      by (9 reviews) Castelo Branco , Portugal Flag of Portugal

      Good food. Good acomodations. A litle noisy from the water treatment facility.

      Be Live Grand Punta Cana Resort
      Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

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      Relaxing Vacation


      Took our daughters for a 30th B-day trip. Had a wonderful time. Food was good with a lot of variety. Staff was helpful. A dollar tip at the bar and to the maids got fresh flowers daily and excellent service. Our room had a celling leak the first two day after evening heavy rain but ti dired up quickly and we were given extra towels to soak up the water. No one got ill because we drank only the provided bottled water and drinks with ice made from okay water. Not much shopping so the girls would have liked a few more places. All in all a relaxing time.

      Perfect Vacation of Fun & Relaxation


      This resort is an excellent value for your money. Definitely a 4+. If you want to relax or if you want to be active, this is the place to go. This beautiful little resort has well kept grounds, a nice free form large pool and smaller adult pool, and a terrific white sandy beach with lots of shade. The water was very warm and calm. We had a cleanly kept room on the third floor with a cathedral ceiling, along with with a stocked frig with water or beer. The maid service was very good.

      Staff here on very hands from the hotel manager, Rod Gahr, to the waiters, and activity staff. All are friendly and try their best to please their vacationers. Food is very good for the most part, quite Americanized, but also providing local dishes. We ate mostly at the Windows buffet, as well as at the Italian a la carte restaurant.

      The resort also goes the extra step, by having a cocktail party (including champagne and caviar), as well as having a beach party, where all the white clothed tables are brought out on to the white sands, to be served with a great buffet meal. Entertainment is also quite good with a couple of top notch dance and singing shows, as well as other fun shows with the staff participating.

      Lots of activities to do, tennis, volleyball, soccer, shuffleboard, horseshoes, canoing, paddle boats, kayaks, catamarins, a fitness club, merengue and Spanish lessons, water or beach aerobics, parasailing(extra cost), adult games, disco, etc, etc. They also have a spa for the ladies, and a kids club for the youngsters. Special thanks to Spaghetti and Chewky. There are also a number of offsite trips that can be taken, especially good is the Jungle Safari.

      If there were any problems, and there are always a few, the staff seemed very responsive to fix things quickly. You seem to notice that they are always trying to do things to improve the resort.

      I would not hesitate to recommend this resort for adult couples or for families. Keep up the good work Rod! Hope we can return again next year!

      Loved Sunscape


      Sunscape was absolutely beautiful! Our family of 18 (mom, dad, kids, in-laws & grandchildren) visited Jan. 2002. The rooms were clean and spacious. For me the food was so-so at Windows, however, some of the other on-site restaurants were excellent. We loved the Tex-Mex! Our family is considering another family vacation to this spot, who knows, we may end up at Sunscape again! The entertainment was top-notch. Some of the shows will keep you laughing the entire time. The staff was helpful and friendly. We even met and talked with the owner of this resort, very nice guy. Many things to see and do. Make sure you do the Outback Safari and ask for Tony to be your guide! HE'S THE BEST and will show you a good time!

      Sunscape is paradise


      My husband and I spent a week at the Sunscape last Aug. for our 25th anniversary. The week was paradise we loved it. The staff at the Sunscape was so friendly! The food was about average, and I would have preferred to have more seafood and a better variety of fruits, but we were never wanting for anything while we were there. There were two champagne parties given by the manager that were very nice and made us feel special. The shows were great and the staff felt like one big family hosting all of us. The resort is great for kids, though we left ours at home. Yes, the locals like to sell their wares, but they are very friendly and are a lot less pushy than some of the American telemarketers! Remember, these people live in a depressed country. I was happy to share some dollars and buy their beautiful paintings and jewelry. Tipping was never necessary to earn a smile and pleasant word, but we did tip because this staff works very hard. When we found ourselves without tip money, we still received the same smile and courtesy. My husband got sick on the day before we left, despite using bottled water for everything. I had a lesser case, but it lasts for a week after you get home. It's a gamble, but we still had a wonderful time, and have no regrets! Someone said they saw on the beach...we saw no! No sellers! Vendors are restricted to an area where you must visit them. They do not approach tourists on the beach.

      Good Time


      Nine of us went to Sunscape in early October and enjoyed ourselves very much. The service and staff were friendly and courteous, even though their English was not great. They work very hard to insure a good time for their guests. The food was good, except for the "Italian" restaurant. Their idea of "Italian" differs from ours greatly. The rooms were not the newest or nicest, but very clean and well kept. Yes, the water is undrinkable, but what do you expect? The alcohol was local, but after a few you can't tell the difference. The bartenders do need to learn how to make different varieties of mixed drinks. The entertainment was really amateur. They tried hard but it was really bad. In the week that we were there, the piano bar had no piano. He was always coming tomorrow.

      A great place to escape to !!


      My friend and I just recently returned from a 2 week stay at Sunscape Nov 8-22 '02. Throughly enjoyed the cleanliness of the resort and the friendliness of all staff members. One of the best nightly entertainment shows I have seen in my extensive travels to the many islands. The animation/entertainment staff are the best -they do all their own choreography and their comedy show will keep you in stitches!!One not to miss is the TRIBUTE show simply marvelous. Restaurants are average. Don't look for any "international" brand of liquor because you won't find it- they use only local brands at all the bars! Hopefully this will change as they do advertise this in all brochures. All in all had a wonderful time and would recommend Sunscape for an all inclusive vacation.

      Overpriced and too old.


      The hotel is dirty by American standards. The rooms and property have a sewer-like smell. The bed linens and serving dishes were dirty. All of the alcohol served is an unknown brand. The Hotel's beach is alongside of a boat fueling station. Most staff will not budge without a tip. You must never drink the hotel tap water. You can't even brush your teeth with the hotel tap water. The electricity and water shuts off a few times per day.

      Lousy food


      First of all, the weather was beautiful. The employees were very friendly and a lot of fun. There was no room service as expected, no coffee in the room. It reminded me of a cheap Ramada Inn. Also the native Dominican's were all over the tourist's to buy their junk. They wouldn't leave you alone. Plus it was such a hassle to get there and back because of custom's. Next time I'll stick to Fla. Plus a lot of the native's were trying to sell cocaine on the beach.

      Best time ever!


      i will never forget this trip as long as i live. i had a blast,the resort was fabalous and very spotless. if your thinking about taking a trip to the dominacian republic deffenity come to sunscape. other people from other resorts were coming over to ours bc they didnt like theirs. the staff were very very friendly and funny. they were so helpfull also. the resturants were out of this world and very clean. i did not see one bug while i was down there believe it or not, a couple of lizards though. theres so much to do and at night is when my friends and i would look forward too. at like 8-9 there was a show (a different one everynight-they were awesome!) then we would go up to the diso (sports bar) drink and dance the night away. this resort was very family orianted but at the same time just couples could find fun there and relax.

      i could go on and on forever about all the fun things we got to do and see...u just have to go and find out for your self



      My husband and I spent 8 days in this resort, and I have been to so many other places, and NEVER in my life have I ever seen such a beatiful place as this! This is the best vacation spot! I recommend for people of all ages.

      We were treated like royalty, and will definitely be going back! WOW!!!!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Be Live Grand Punta Cana

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Punta Cana

      Finally made it, almost!

      A travel blog entry by banshee on Jul 05, 2009

      Flight was short and great, without a hitch; check in the resort was another story!
      I had searched the resort and one particular room was often mentioned as the best one. I had booked 4 weeks last minute with Red Tag but stumbled on a call center in India; not that I'm racist, but the receptionist, neither kind nor understanding,(barely …

      Dinner for two

      A travel blog entry by jwebbis on Mar 09, 2015

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      ... bullfrogs are busy chattering all around you adding to the atmosphere. I would not have thought that the atmosphere could be topped, but the food and service did just that. Several waiters are constantly busy doting on you to make sure that you have everything you require. They are there just when you need them, but are unobtrusive at the same time. The meal certainly rivaled any dining experience I've ever paid for and bested most. I ...

      Cheapie Cheapie

      A travel blog entry by jwebbis on Mar 08, 2015

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      ... they drive their customers away by being so pushy. The thing that I dislike about it the most is that it is very apparent that they are poor and you can almost smell the desperation on them. It seems that they are trying to guilt you into making a purchase. It is definitely something that I don't do well ...

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      A travel blog entry by jwebbis on Mar 04, 2015

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      ... has been a full one, with arriving and trying to get oriented and figure everything out. We've found it quite confusing in some ways as we have never done the whole resort bit before. Of course the language barrier does not help with the confusions. Most of the staff are bilingual but some only speak Spanish. When you add thick accents communication becomes spotty at best. The beach is gorgeous, with very fine white sand that I would liken to icing ...

      Punta Cana: Sea Turtles, Sun Tanning and Sickness

      A travel blog entry by younginmotion on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... nests that lay nestled beneath the sand. The resort was big enough to house five different restaurants and a zoo. The water was turquoise and warm, and the food was delicious (Dave couldn't eat enough mangoes). The rum flowed freely and the peacocks called out in the sun and shared coconuts with us.

      We tried to dig deeper into the history of the country, heading to Santo Domingo (it's capital) and touring the old palace where Christopher Colombus's son once lived. ...

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