Punta Cana

IBEROSTAR Dominicana


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IBEROSTAR's Premium Collection: Boasting a great location on Bavaro Beach, the 24-hour all-inclusive IBEROSTAR Dominicana is a four-story mid-rise resort with 506 guestrooms, adjacent to IBEROSTAR Punta Cana. The facilities and services of both are offered to guests at either hotel. Even the two enormous pools run parallel to each other and both are lagoon sized and buried in an oasis of palms. Enjoy the magnificent setting where gardens are lush and abundant. Platforms over lagoons filled with goldfish lead to restaurants for buffet and ŕ la carte dining. As one would expect of IBEROSTAR, the decor in every part of the hotel is dazzling and whimsical, with huge artsy chandeliers, mosaics, art, statues, and great iron horses.

The IBEROSTAR Dominicana Hotel was designed with fun for the entire family in mind. Kids can play in Lucy's Club while teens meet friends in the teen club and parents unwind in the hotel bars, casino, and nightclub. Hotel entertainment and live shows are just some of the many options guests can take advantage of in the evening hours, along with dancing at the famed Hangers Disco, with all parts to it created from an old DC6 airplane!

Sports fans will find a wide array of individual and team activities at IBEROSTAR Dominicana. Play a round of tennis, scuba dive in the clearest Caribbean waters with a team of expert guides. The on-site 18-hole P.B. Dye Golf Course provides a great game for the golf enthusiast.

Work out in the beachfront fitness center, and clear your mind and relieve stress at IBEROSTAR Dominicana's modern spa. Five on-site ŕ la carte restaurants (dining restrictions apply) and an international buffet create a unique dining experience at this Punta Cana resort. You will be delighted with the wide array of restaurants and bars available at the IBEROSTAR Punta Cana.

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HOTEL LOCATION
With all three resorts situated side-by-side along an immense stretch of Bavaro Beach, the IBEROSTAR properties practically forrm a town unto themselves. Located on the Southeast coast, the resorts are 22 km from the airport and 54 km from Higuey.
Address:
PUNTA CANA


DR
Local Phone: 809-221-6500
Toll Free Phone: 888-923-2722
Fax: 809-468-5859
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Car Rental
Currency Exchange
Disco / Nightclub
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Meeting Rooms
Parking
Physician on Call
Casino Onsite
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
There are two parallel free form lake-style swimming pools, creating a massive pool area rimmed with comfortable lounge chairs, shaded palapas and swaying palm trees. There is also a children's pool.
Golf: NEARBY
Located in the hotel complex.
Holes: 18
Lessons Available
Tennis
Number of Courts: 2
Outdoor Courts: 2
Lighted Courts: 2
Court Fee: Fee for night play
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Complimentary
Scuba: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Other Sports: Kayaks, boogieboards
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Complimentary
Jacuzzi: Additional Charge
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Complimentary
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
The IBEROSTAR Dominicana is a 4-story mid-rise hotel situated parallel to the Iberostar Punta Cana, together with which it forms half of the twin All-Inclusive Iberostar resort complex. Each air-conditioned room features a balcony or patio. Features include 24-hour All-Inclusive service, a state of the art beachfront gym, nightly shows, and a disco. Guests have access to themed events, shops and more at the nearby Caribbean Street, as well as a brand new casino in the lobby area. Beach: Guests have direct access to an immense stretch of beautiful white sand beach, dotted with swaying tropical palms and shaded palapas. Enjoy warm turquoise waters and an exciting variety of watersport activities. Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 12:00 p.m.
Total Rooms: 506
Year Opened: 1995 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
Guests are guaranteed the following minimum # of a la carte dinner by duration- 3-4 nights= 1 a la carte dinner, 5-7 nights= 3 a la carte dinners. No spring breakers aloowed. Each room must have someone who is at least 21 yrs old.
ROOM TYPES
SPA JUNIOR SUITE
Located near the spa. Free access to spa's wet areas. Spa credits and amenities. Daily aromatherapy. Special tea service. One king bed. Priority location convenient to spa. Garden or pool view from private balcony.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Refrigerator
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
SUPERIOR JUNIOR SUITE
Spacious junior suite includes one king bed or two double beds, and a private balcony with breathtaking ocean views. Room also features complimentary access to the spa wet areas, bathrobes and slippers, and much more.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Refrigerator
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
JUNIOR STE
Spacious junior suite includes one king bed or two double beds, and a private balcony with stunning garden or pool views. Room also features complimentary access to the spa wet areas, bathrobes and slippers, and much more.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Refrigerator
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
OCEAN VIEW STANDARD
Guestroom includes one king bed or two double beds, and a private balcony with a beautiful ocean views. Room also features complimentary access to spa wet area, a minibar, turndown service, and more.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Refrigerator
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
STANDARD GARDEN VIEW ROOM
Guestroom includes one king bed or two double beds, and a private balcony with a garden view. Room also features complimentary acces to the spa wet areas, a minibar, turndown service, and more.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Refrigerator
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
DINING
IBEROSTAR Dominicana features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips-FULL-There is a coupon system in place for the a la carte restaurants.
There are 9 Restaurants at IBEROSTAR Dominicana:
Higuey Main Buffet Restaurant - A buffet restaurant with show cooking, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.Men are required to wear a shirt with sleeves and Bermuda shirts.
La Sibilia - An a la carte gourmet restaurant. Reservations are required. Men are required to wear long pants.
El Conuco - Continental breakfast (10am to noon),k buffet lunch (noon to 4pm) and snakc bar (4pm to 6pm).
La Marimba - A la carte restaurant. Reservations are required. Men are required to wear long pants.
La Pagoda - Oriental a la carte restaurant. Reservations required. Men are required to wear long pants.
Maria Bonita - Mexican a la carte restaurant. Reservations are required. Men are required to wear long pants.
Star Rock Cafe - Serving snacks and a la carte dinner. Men are required to wear long pants.
La Cana - Continental breakfast and buffet lunch (10am-12 noon) and buffet lunch (12:30pm to 4pm) Steakhouse (7pm-10pm) Reservations are required. Dress Code: Casual
La Yola - Ice cream stand (11am-5pm).
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Organized activities by Entertainment Team, Billiards, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Jazz, Archery.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Professional Shows, Live Nightly Entertainment, DC-6 Disco, exciting casino action in the Dominicana Casino.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
The Mini-Club (4-8 years), Maxi-Club (9-12 years) and Teeny Club offer all types of activities supervised by a professional staff. There is also a playground and mini- disco.
Applicable Ages: 4-12 years old
Program Fees: Complimentary

Children's Facilities
PlayGround
Teen Disco
Babysitting Fee: Yes
Advance Notice for Babysitting: Yes

Apple Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
Hotel Average
What to expect
Food Quality
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Cleanliness
Service
5248 Recommend
5248 past Apple Vacationers would recommend IBEROSTAR Dominicana to their friends and family



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Nice if you’re on a budget
STEPHANIE D.
Jan 16 2018
The hotel was clean and the staff was nice. The food was not great and I got really sick about half way into the vacation. The beach was packed! You have to get there before 9am if you want even the slightest chance of getting a chair. So much seaweed too. We had a handful of Maintenance issues in our room (mini fridge didn’t work, toilet ran constantly, and the radio was busted). They didn’t fix anything when we asked. We did love the spa though and spent a lot of time there. The fitness center was also very nice. Drinks were okay and the service at the restaurants was fine. Nothing special.
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ASHLEY P.
Dec 12 2017
The bed was pretty hard. We woke up with back aches every morning. Our fridge in the room was broken and we told the front desk 6 times and it never got fixed. The hotel grounds was beautiful and very well kept. The sit down resturaunts were difficult to schedule. Technically we should have gotten 3 but we were only able to schedule one.
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Poor Food Quality & Worn Down Facilities
JOHN P.
Nov 28 2017
Old facilities, mold in places in bathroom, AC not very great in room. Grounds well kept but trash from rood repairs spread about. Slippy restaurant floors. Food not very good, poor flavor and quality. Steaks barely cooked above raw. Bland. Staff was very nice. Beach and pool were great.
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Needs updated
REBECCA W.
Nov 24 2017
This hotel needs updated. Rooms lack, sidewalks in poor condition. If you have a sports bar that's what it should be. Not a place that you have to have reservations to go to eat at. They really need to update their grounds and make it a more social place. Lost electric the first night. A villa caught on fire the second day. Please, update.
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Not the same
AMY V.
Nov 23 2017
This is our third trip to the Iberostar Dominicana, so clearly we had no problems with the resort previously. We usually splurge a little more and stay at Secrets Royal Beach lately but this was a good deal for our travel dates. It’s been 4 years since our previous stay at I.D. Some things have changed. Pros: -the staff is wonderful. Every single person that is employed at the resort goes out of their way to do their job to the highest of their ability. -the beach is still one of the prettiest stretches to look at and walk. Cons: -WiFi is bad. Could only get it in our room when on the balcony hanging over railing. -beach security. There isn’t any. Had young children walking beach, stopping to do performance, than walking through entire beach area with hay out asking for $. Vendors yelling their excursions permitted to walk through entire seating area drumming up business, no kept to just shoreline. Older gentlemen allowed to sit down in middle of all seats a camp out for hours selling shells. Never had a resort not keep non-guests to public walk area only. -have taken over half of the beach for their “Club”. If I wanted to pay more for premium services and seats I would stay at a newer,high end resort. The I.D. was always more of a middle price resort and services. Because of the reduced seating, there was a day were there were no chairs on the beach. Not one. And everyone is crowded into a much smaller area now. There is no quiet end to escape to for peace. It is now the Club. And there is elevator music piped out at that end continuously. The activities staff keeps those that want to participate very happy and busy but it was always nice to have a quiet area to relax -room. Our power went out at least five times. We had three men in our room on our last night for over an hour trying to fix it. Missed dinner reservations on final night. Couldn’t get ready. Older room. No walk-in shower, no bidet, toilet right behind door making layout a bit awkward in bathroom. -older pool. No swim up bar. -food? Had extreme intestinal distress for four days. Passed out at lunch. In bed day and a half. Went to dr. who sent me to their pharmacy for antibiotics. Probably a parasite bc they worked. The dr. and pharmacy were very nice and competent. -food. Reservations required at all specialty restaurants. They were nice but nothing outstanding (and I’m pretty negative in the food thing because I picked something up somewhere) -other changes in 4 years. There was no longer a group dinner for Apple guests at the steak house which was always a good time. -no small gift left on door step on final day which was always a nice touch This is the only really negative review I’ve ever written on here. I’m not a needy traveler. I’m not a complainer. I just want everyone to have as much information as possible when choosing a resort. I feel the apple vacation rating of this resort is deceiving. I’ve stayed at 8 properties in the Dominican and have some room to compare them to each other now. I feel my vacation was a waste of money
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Iberostar Dominican
AMANDA K.
Oct 31 2017
The staff were very friendly, and the hotel entertainment team was great. The limited English by the staff was often frustrating. The pool is a bit rundown, the beach is lovely. Chairs are always available at both. The service at the restaurants was awful. For our 7 night stay, we got 4 reservations. 2 restaurants were closed. All 4 meals were bad. The food overall wasn't great in flavor, but the service in the restaurants was non-exhistent. All four meals, they took our order, but missed delivering a course ( or two). The service was not adequate. you would wait for a drink refill for hours, or never get the drink you ordered.
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Great Place for a holiday
PHILIP A.
Oct 26 2017
Perfect place for our relaxing and fun vacation. The beach was great with plenty of covered areas. The food and drink near the beach was awesome. The gardens and ponds were beautiful. The room was large, clean, and noise free. Little things that made this hotel special: free safe in room and stocked refrigerator in room; towel animals each night; always fresh towels for beach; all employees smiling and greeting you; bartenders remembering your drink; great effort from entertainment team; and grounds were beautiful. Opportunities: check in and concierge trying to sell you upgrades and time share (other places do the same but they are dressed different so you know they are trying to sell you something); face clothes are rare; can’t bring food to room from restaurants; and place was repairing from hurricane so not all ponds were working and front atrium was in disarray.
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Past its prime with attitude
BRUCE B.
Oct 22 2017
The hotel is s howing its age. They have many people with their hands out but short on great service. Claudia with Apple is the person to buy tours from. She is honest and accurate. Avoid Iberostar Dominicana and Punta Cana. Use their other DR facilities. I would never go back and would consider other companies, esp on the south coast.
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Not impressed
ZORYANA B.
Oct 05 2017
Rooms Where so old horrible needs updating badly rooms smell very bad. Forget about reaching anyone on a phone from your room nobody picks up ever. Bar was ok not many choices to have for drinks.
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You will enjoy more if you spoke Spanish
GREGORY G.
Sep 05 2017
I should have known but the primary language is Spanish. Most of the staff at the resort spoke only Spanish.
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JOHN H.
Aug 24 2017
This was our first trip to Punta Cana and to an Iberostar Resort and we were not disappointed. We stayed 5 nights and would definitely go back. The resort was beautiful and the service was excellent. Very clean and comfortable. We did wish they had more seating for the specialty restaurants though. Overall one of our best vacations and would definitely go back.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Horrible Experience
Hercules M,
Thu Jan 11 10:01:05 EST 2018
I'm not really one to write reviews, but I felt compelled after my latest experience. I had read mixed reviews about this hotel, some bad and some very good, Thought I would give it a chance, based on mostly good reviews (Big Mistake). I booked a 7 Day All Inclusive trip for my Spouse and 2 children (Ages 8, and 4 months), we arrived on a Friday, and during check in had requested an upgrade to a family room (Room #4156) was a nice room (Cost was $500 US for 6 nights), but was located beside the elevator, and all day/night all I could hear was the elevator shaft moving up and down (very annoying). We decided to stick to the buffet, as it would be easier with the 4 month old. By Sunday both my Wife and I had become very I'll (Vomiting, Diarrhea, Cold Sweats) We tried to go to see the on site doctor (But it was a distance to get there as it was located closer to the lobby, and both times we tried the doctor wasn't there.) Luckily the kids both seemed to be ok, and the 4 month old is formula fed, however was challenging as both my spouse and I were both lacking energy just trying to get through the day. I contact Westjet on Monday, and they were able to book us on a earlier flight (Wednedsay, instead of Friday) as both of us were still not feeling well. I did go to the front desk to tell them that we would be checking out early and requested a refund on my upgrade as we were leaving 2 day's early (the Manager Hector was good about it, he offered to refund me $148US of the $500 I paid) I really didn't have the energy to argue with the hotel manager, as I was still feeling quite ill, but normally would have asked for a much more substantial refund of the packager price as I paid well over $4200 for the week. (The Lobby Manager, didn't really seem to surprised or concerned that I had food poisoning) We are home now, was able to get in to see my family doctor, and she has diagnosed both my spouse and I with Food Poisoning and are both on medication. We travel south a lot, At least 2-3 weeks a year (Jamaica, Mexico, Aruba, St. Maarten, Dominican) This is probably my last trip to Punta Cana, and also my last stay with Iberostar. I will stick with higher end hotels from now on, as I really think you get what you pay for.

Gorgeous Beach
End_of_Cloud, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Thu Jan 11 08:03:47 EST 2018
Great location. Right on Bavaro beach. Lots of water activities provided with reasonable price by the hotel. Some of them are free. Rooms are small compared with Royal Islander in Cancun. Room furnishings, beddings and towles look old too. Be aware if you have food allergy since the utensils for buffet are shared between dishes and they do not seperate seafoods from meat. But overall, we like the hotel maily because of the location and the water activeties.

Not Five Star, But Could Be
SPTrophyWife, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Wed Jan 10 16:16:27 EST 2018
I would believe that on Bavaro beach in Punta Cana, Iberostar is one of the nicest resorts. I have not been to the other resorts in Punta Cana, but I saw them from the beach and from the parasail, and Iberostar was the only one with tiki huts which not only provided much shade, but looked beautiful. That being said, I probably would not go back. I have been fortunate to go to many all inclusives of different brands. This one had the worst food and restaurant service. I took a star off for their HORRIBLE reservation "system". Iberostar could earn a star back and make guests much happier if they did away with the reservations and just did first come, first served. The first thing we did after we checked in, was meet the concierge (Ericson) to make dining reservations. We spent much time on this and it was not a pleasant process. We ate at the buffet the first night and went back in the morning to talk to Ericson about our reservations. He told us that we had none and NOTHING was available the whole week we were there. Are you kidding me?! He basically said too bad and directed my husband to Junior. LOVE JUNIOR! After much despair, we were awarded reservations most of the nights we were there. Now, let me tell you about these restaurants... Mexican and japanese were good - do those for sure. French - horrible service and food. We got to the restaurant 15 mins earlier than our reservation time and the hostess (I'm not kidding) took out her cell phone and showed us the time and told us to sit down and wait for our reservation. The steak place was good and we enjoyed eating on the beach (but got eaten alive by mosquitos, so spray your ankles!). However, the experience was undesirable. We had to flag a waiter down to order. When one came over, he was EXTREMELY rude. He walked up to our table, took out his pad of paper, and tapped his pen on the menu (apparently DR code for ORDER ALREADY!!!!!) and basically acted like we were wasting his time. Service was slow... Here's the kicker on this whole reservation system - ALL but the mexican restaurant were MORE THAN HALF EMPTY! This resort is clearly not filling the reservations at all. Not only were we turned away initially, but I saw others turned away and upset as well. And then for them to be 1/3rd full was ridiculous. It was so stressful that I don't think I will ever go to a reservation only resort again. (And Ericson - We are not happy with you!) The other reason I demoted Iberostar from five stars is b/c of the activities. I have a very active 13 yr old son. I spend countless hours researching resorts to make sure they have activities for him. Iberostar boasted on their website and on the activites sheet at the resort, water basketball, soccer, and couple other activities that just plain didn't happen. The ones they did were great, but my son (and therefore, I was disappointed). The Good: Beautiful grounds. They are well maintained and there are swans and flamingos in the lobby. There is a nice mix of shopping on the resort, but remember to bargain and do your math on the conversion. My husband was deliberately overcharged $5 on one item. Pools were good (but cold) and never crowded. Beach was gorgeous! Wine was good. Didn't need to upgrade. The nightly entertainment was good. The Bad (besides before mentioned dining): Towel cards and availability is kindof a joke. When we checked in they had no cards, so that was a process. And the second day we were there, they had no towels. ?? Rest of week there was no problem on the towels or cards. No pool bar. But we got used to getting our drinks, and I guess there are less children spilling them in the pool then... No hot tub (outside of the spa). This was a huge bummer and a missed amenity. The rooms are large, but very dated. We had stuff coming off the walls, zero shower pressure, and a very poorly working patio door. I don't like that things cannot be charged to the room. Therefore, we always had to carry a bit of cash. We needed cash for all of the onsite shopping and beach sales. We did parasailing, which was awesome, and had our picture taken with a monkey. Again - take my tip and bargain the prices... To sum up - Beautiful resort with okay food and bad service (except for any of the bars). If Iberostar tweaked their services, updated the rooms, and had friendlier wait staff, it would be five stars.

No wow factor, but nothing really negative either
Deanna K, Illinois
Wed Jan 10 05:45:44 EST 2018
Staff was friendly, check-in was smooth, rooms are dated but clean, drinks were good, fitness center was excellent. Nice live music each evening, but not the resort for you if you are looking for a wild party zone. Age demographics were very diverse. The sit-down restaurants that we ate at were pretty good, but not excellent. Probably what I liked least about the resort was the buffet food & options. The warmers do not keep the food hot and as a result, many items I tried such as french fries, pizza, burgers etc. were room temperature. Same problem with keeping food cold: cheese was melting etc. Made me a little nervous to eat the deli meat, mayo etc. There were a decent number of options in the buffets but not as much as I've seen at other resorts. Another frustration was that it was impossible to close our room door without it making a huge racket and waking everyone in the room. If I return to Punta Cana again, I'd probably take a chance and try a different resort at a similar price point. This is obviously not priced at or intended to be a luxury resort (try the Iberostar Grande for that) but was still mediocre enough to not inspire me to return. Tips: 1) Bring a refillable water bottle 2) If you're not checking luggage, fork out the extra $25 or whatever and pack up a cardboard box full of sunscreen to check as it is $25-$30 each at the resort

Not A Five Star Resort
Lizz G, Castle Rock, Colorado
Tue Jan 09 16:14:06 EST 2018
The Bad The checkin process was lengthy and frustrating. They immediately made an appointment with one of their many timeshare reps for the following day instead of letting us proceed to our room for rest after a long day of travel. Thank goodness I read many reviews on this site and knew to be wary and keep my guard up. They are relentless with pushing timeshares at the nicer facilities (The Grand in particular) so beware. The junior suite we had was awful. Constantly running toilet and bidet, very bad attempts at tile grout repairs were made. The bathroom was stuffy with no ventilation or fans. One day I observed a cockroach strolling around the vanity where the face towels were placed near the sink, very unsanitary. Speaking of towels, we had to beg to get extras (they were quite stingy with them). The casino, don’t even bother. Good luck getting a name brand liquor, they have a few bottles on display but seem to run out of them. The Good The resort was beautifully decorated for Christmas and made for many wonderful photo opps. Very impressive and quite lovely! The landscaping was extremely well maintained and the gardens were beautiful. All of the buffets served a wide variety of dishes, the food was very good. You must make reservations for any of the restaurants. The breakfast chefs were always pleasant but the eggs are always cooked brown. The steak at the steak restaurant was very good but sitting in tables sunk in the sand was weird and hard to walk on in dress shoes. I enjoyed the food at the French establishment while many in our party thought the entrees were small. Nice wines are available for an uplifted charge, our waiter was quite put out that we didn’t purchase any. The poolside entertainment was phenomenal with daily activities. The outdoor grill served different entrees each day and they were all fantastic, especially the paella. The staff at the pool bars were super nice, engaging and were quick with beer and champagne. I already mentioned the fact they don’t like to pour the name brand stuff at any of the bars. Beware of the many tour operators who prey on those trying to relax poolside. They are relentless, don’t even bother trying to negotiate prices. They are awful and will take up hours of your time if you let them. I did not see any included water activities but there are plenty such as parasailing and banana boats that come at an additional cost through vendors. The beach was lovely and clean but you have to get up quite early to snag chairs/shade. We were never able to sit beachside in lounge chairs under shade during our 7 day stay which was a bummer. There were volleyball and soccer games that were a lot of fun. Be sure to take a lot of small bills for tips as not one bar, restaurant, or even the front desk ever had change. The WiFi was quite spotty and you must constantly reconnect. I don’t think I will visit another Iberostar resort again.



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