Punta Cana

Riu Palace Punta Cana


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2018 Exceptional Value!
Honeymoon: Surprise gift in room, small bottle of rum, king bed (subject to availablity at time of check-in), late check-out (subject to availability at time of departure), complimentary upgrade to next available room category (subject to availablity and upon request), $35 USD spa credit in Ocean Harmony massage for two (50 min), once per stay. This discount does not apply with other promotions and discounts.

*Please note, this hotel will be closed from April 2 - July 13, 2018.

Enjoy Punta Cana at its finest! This 24-hour all-inclusive paradise is located on a stunning white sand beach. The pristine Caribbean Sea provides the perfect setting for water activities and a glorious backdrop for sunbathing on the white sand. Nighttime entertainment includes live music and RIU theme shows.

For a taste of tranquility, relax in the sauna and Jacuzzi at the Renova Spa. Other services include a beauty salon and a complimentary gym.

Dining options are plentiful with six restaurants featuring scrumptious cuisine such as Japanese, International buffet, Italian, Brazilian, Fusion, and a Grill Steakhouse. The sports bar is open 24-hours, and the swim-up bar serves refreshing tropical drinks during the day. Guests also enjoy exchange privileges with Riu Bambu and Riu Naiboa (dinner dining excluded).

Caribbean Street is a marketplace located on the RIU grounds for your convenience. Play a game of pool at the billiards or view pictures at the photo studio and lab. At Riu Palace Punta Cana, everything is at your fingertips.

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HOTEL LOCATION
Address:
PUNTA CANA


DR
Local Phone: 809-687-4242
Fax: 610-359-6625
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Disco / Nightclub
Physician on Call
Casino Onsite (Riu Palace Macao)
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Second pool is a children's pool.
Tennis
Number of Courts: 4
Outdoor Courts: 4
Lighted Courts: 4
Water Sports on Site
Scuba: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Other Sports: Sailing, Kayaking
Health Club / Spa
Jacuzzi: Complimentary
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Complimentary
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
Exchange privileges with Riu Bambu and Riu Naiboa. Beach:
Total Rooms: 612
Year Opened: 2006 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
Drinks are not included at the Disco. No Spring Breakers
ROOM TYPES
SUITE
1 king bed or 2 double beds, split-level living room area with sofa, direct dial phone & balcony or terrace with courtyard or ocean view. Bathroom with hydro-massage tub,extra shower cabin, liquor dispenser, by door separate toilet, vanity mirror , bidet.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
SUPERIOR JUNIOR SUITE
1 king bed or 2 double beds, split-level living room area with sofa, balcony or terrace with courtyard view. Bathroom with hydro-massage tub, extra shower cabin, liquor dispenser, by door separate toilet, double sink, vanity mirror and more.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
STANDARD JUNIOR SUITE
1 king bed or 2 double beds, split-level living room area with sofa, balcony or terrace with garden view. Bathroom with hydro-massage tub, extra shower cabin, liquor dispenser, by door separate toilet, double sink, vanity mirror and more.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
JACUZZI SUITE
1 king bed or 2 double beds, split-level living room area with sofa, walk-in closet, balcony & terrace with courtyard or ocean view & private whirlpool. Bathroom with hydro-massage tub, extra shower cabin, liquor dispenser, vanity mirror, bidet.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Jacuzzi
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
JUNIOR SUITE CONNECTING
These connecting junior suites are two accommodations, being sold as one unit. For the room description, please review the Junior Suite description.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Hair Dryer
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
DINING
Riu Palace Punta Cana features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 6 Restaurants at Riu Palace Punta Cana:
Yokohama - A la carte restaurant serving Japanese cuisine. Open for dinner Dress Code: Men are required to wear long pants for dinner.
Krystal - A la carte restaurant serving Fusion cuisine. Open for dinner. Dress Code: Men are required to wear long pants for dinner.
La Altagracia - Serves lunch and snacks during the day, for dinner a Grill Steakhouse. Dress Code: Men are required to wear long pants for dinner.
Don Manual - Buffet style restaurant with show cooking, serving International and local specialties.
Luigi - Italian specialty restaurant. Open for dinner. Dress Code: Men are required to wear long pants for dinner.
La Bodega - Brazilian Rodizio specialty restaurant. Open for dinner. Dress Code: Men are required to wear long pants for dinner.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Nightly entertainment with live music and variety shows.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Children's Mini Club.
Applicable Ages: 4 to 12 years old.

Children's Facilities
PlayGround
Children's Pool

Apple Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
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What to expect
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5506 Recommend
5506 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Riu Palace Punta Cana to their friends and family



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Apple Vacations Traveller Reviews
LAVERNE M.
Jan 18 2018
Only had one type of beer which was no good.. Alcohol drinks were not real alcohol.Bottles definitely didn't have in them what was labeled.. Had to be alchohol from Dominican.. 1st day was no hot water.
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Our stay at the RIU palace
ANDREW K.
Dec 07 2017
We loved our vacation in DR. The food was great. The restaurant choices were wonderful. The service was outstanding. One person that really made our stay special was a gentleman CHAQQ. He was so pleasant, so helpful. When we entered the restaurant he would already have a table for us and helped us with anything we wanted. Additionally the beach is super. The service everywhere was courteous and very pleasant. Now I would like to mention a few constructive points: The elevators are insufficient especially when they are broke. One set of elevators was broke most of our stay. The advertised hotel and spa credits are very misleading. We expected to receive some spending credits, instead all they turned out to be is discounts. Rooms have a bit of musky humid smell to them. After a while we just got used to it and we were fine. Overall, great vacation. We are coming back to DR
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Alcohol is not good here.
CHRISTOPHER W.
Nov 29 2017
Only one beer -Presidente. Tasted and smelled like deviled eggs. Heard other people say the same thing - something was definately wrong with the beer. Alcohol is NOT very good. Whiskey did not taste like whiskey at all. If this hotel could do something about the quality of the alcohol, we might visit again. Been there two years in a row, alcohol is no good! If they could fix the alcohol issue, we would probably go there every year because everything else is excellent. Pool closes too early as well - 6:00PM.
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VINCENT M.
Sep 16 2017
The hotel was nice but needed updating. The food was okay but there seemed to be more "sick" people than usual. This was our sixth trip to Punta Cana and this is the sickest we had been. Overall we would give this vacation a fair.
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Denise K.
Sep 07 2017
The hotel is in much need The hotel is in need of update and repair. Lots of tiles missing in the pool! The maid service was very poor. didn't replace coffee, sugar and creamer. One day they even took one coffee cup and never replaced it. I have stayed at many Riu's and this was the poorest service I have ever received in my room.
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Hotel
VALORIE J.
Aug 29 2017
The hotel could use a upgrade in the bathroom mainly the tub could use a bathfitter
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KATHERINE O.
Jul 17 2017
My experience at the Riu Palace Punta Cana was overall extremely pleasant and exactly what I had in mind when booking the vacation. But, I had a very unfortunate encounter with the Amstar, who apparently was also in charge of Apple Vacations Representative. Following the directions on all my travel documents, I went to the lobby 24 hours before our check out to confirm our transportation to the airport early the following morning. I was very disappointed with the lack of professionalism and overall rudeness of the representative, Cesar Fernandez. He claimed that since we hadn't gone to the welcome reception back on our first full day, at 9:30 am, after flying internationally, and calling our room several times before 9 am, that he couldn't guarantee secured transportation to the airport. He was very rude and said if we wanted transportation to the airport, we would have to come down to the lobby the following morning at 8:30 am so he could then check if there was something he could do about our transportation. The airport transfer has already been paid for at this point so I tell him about this but he insisted that it was required that I come down to the welcome reception at the beginning of our vacation to secure airport transfer. We tried fixing this issue on the spot but he claimed he had to leave and was not returning that day. This was at about 11 am. Unfortunately, this encounter put a damper on my last day of vacation. Since he had left for the day, I spent a better part of the day trying to figure out another way to get me and my family to the airport the following day in order to make our flight. I decided to go back to the lobby and speak with the hotel staff who very graciously called Apple Vacations and confirmed our already standing transfer information set for 9:55 am. It was even disappointing to see how quickly they resolved the issue because that showed that the entire unpleasant encounter could have been avoided. I wish I would not have had to write so much about this singular unpleasant experience because the rest of the vacation was perfect! The staff were so friendly and attentive. The food was unbelievable. The pictures on the Apple Vacations website reflect very closely to what we saw when we got there. Absolutely beautiful that the pictures don't do it justice!
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Beautiful Place, service spotty, food average
CHARLES M.
Jul 17 2017
This place is beautiful, the buildings grounds and beach are spectacular. The food is okay, but repetitive, we were tired of most of it by the fourth day. The buffet staff were the best employees in the place, but the formal restaurant staff was hit and miss at best. The biggest single issue we had was with the Apple Vacations rep in the hotel, Cesar Fernandez. He told us when we had our first meeting with him that there was a free shuttle to downtown Punta Cana twice a day he could get us on if we wanted to go shopping. We signed up for a trip and instead of going to downtown Punta Cana he sent us to some cut-rate duty free shop with a cigar store attached. I didn’t want to take four hours out of my vacation to go to a place I can hit in the airport on the way home. I don’t know if he was getting a kickback from them for sending people, or if Apple signed off on this, but it was a bait and switch and fraud. He claimed that he never told us downtown Punta Cana, but both I and my wife heard him very clearly. Just beware on that.
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RIU Palace Punta Cana
JAMES W.
Jun 19 2017
Half of our group of 29 people got sick with stomach issues and diarrhea within 2 days after arrival. We linked it back to a common cause of food cleanliness. There was mold in some rooms. There were cockroaches in some rooms. Food selections at all restaurants were underwhelming.
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Apple is just as at fault!
LAURENE D.
Jun 19 2017
When using Apple, I always and have always made it very clear that I ONLY want ocean view rooms. Apple representative assured me all I would need to do is explain to the desk clerk that I requested an ocean view room. The desk clerk told me that for $35 more per day (between him and me) he would move me. That was not an option I would agree to. Therefore I received a room with a foul odor, overlooking an alley.
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Vacation
JOZEF S.
Jun 18 2017
Great vacation.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Wonderful Restaurants and a Huge Resort
AConferenceAttendee, London, Canada
Mon Jan 15 12:17:37 EST 2018
Our stay at the RIU Palace Resort in Punta Cana last year was very enjoyable. We had a lovely room on the third floor that looked out to the huge center courtyard. You have many restaurants to choose from with different specialties: Yokohama Japanese restaurant, a traditional steakhouse by the beach/pool area, Krystal, which has an Asian fusion vibe, La Bodega, a Brazilian restaurant (serving meat off a sword) and Luigi, an Italian place. There is also Don Manuel, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, buffet style. It is huge and serves just about anything! There is also another buffet restaurant closer to the pool, which is open for lunch, and at dinner it converts into the aforementioned Steakhouse restaurant. There is a swim up bar at the pool with plenty of activities and music. There's even a beautiful gazebo right on the beach! Perfect, if you want to get married! The beach is beautiful and the water was warm, but it had a strong current. The lobby is spacious and lovely (with a large bar that serves drinks late into the night). You will also find the sports bar just off the main lobby, which is open late and has basic self-serve offerings, like sandwiches, nachos with cheese to heat up, fruits and desserts. There are tour services with different tour operators, so be sure to pick the one that interests you the most. We did a tour of Santo Domingo with Nexus Tours and loved it. Every night there is a live show (trapeze, Michael Jackson tribute, Vegas Show girl-styel etc.) and the music plays on the outdoor patio bar where you can take dancing lessons from one of the many social animators. We found them to be fun and always engaged with the guests. We thought the furniture was a bit dated, but our room nevertheless spacious and very comfortable. The bathroom was large with a notably deep bathtub. The spa and fitness facility was large, and offers many different treatments (at an additional cost). There is also a local 'market' that arrives once a week with typical kitsch items and knick-knacks but the prices for earrings with traditional stones was reasonable. We would recommend this hotel for couples, families with teens or groups. A family resort is just down the beach and better suited for smaller children as there is a kiddie pool and activities for them. There is a large water park nearby connected to a different property chain, but you can access to it for a daily fee. The RIU Palace is the first in a series of other RIU sister properties (some of which you can access). There are even a few that you can lunch at. They are lined up side by each and offer different amenities and levels of service (family, adult only, couples and a more 'party' style). The Palace was a 5-star resort with the most restaurants. For further details, please read full review on the blog DownshiftingPRO dot com

Worse resort I have been to
Graviel R,
Sat Jan 13 14:28:25 EST 2018
I and my now wife got married here in December 2017 and I must say this was the worse experience ever. The wedding service was terrible the wedding planner was never anywhere to be found our decoration that we brought to the resort was broken and we had to pay over $600 out of our pockets because of their mistake and mishandling of our decoration, I felt as if it was done out of anger since the person in charge of taking the food orders and directing the staff was extremely mad for some reason. I spoke to the I believe director of the resort or assistant director I'm not sure but they said he was the highest in command and all he could do was laugh while my wife sat there crying her eyes out because nothing came out the way she wanted it to come out and the boss from the wedding planning service was extremely rude and cutting us off while we spoke to her about her wedding planner and she walked away from us when we finished our conversation without saying bye. The resort needs to be remodeled, the bathroom smelled like sewer all my guest (40+) rooms smelled like mold so much such that a few of them tried to get their rooms changed but that didn't make anything better since they all smelled the same it was hard to sleep at night with the smell and the heat the AC barely working. The resort looks beautiful from the outside and around but not the rooms I just can't get over how bad the rooms were and we had the best room in the resort. And the food oh god don't get me started on the food EVERYTHING!!!!!! was disgusting all my guest hated the food and everyone's stomach was hurting. People don't stop coming up to you trying to sell you stuff, 90% of the staff members don't know how to speak English, oh and the best part of all they have staff members selling DRUGS!!! yes, drugs now if you're into that then cool you can get your fix but if you're with family come on that shouldn't be happening they need to go through their staff's things when they enter the resort and make sure they don't have anything on them. This resort was so bad we ended up going to the Dreams resort after leaving Riu Palace Punta Cana because we weren't able to enjoy our time in the resort with so many things going on from the room to the food. PLEASE TAKE YOUR BUSINESS SOMEWHERE ELSE DON'T GO TO THIS PLACE WHAT SO EVER STAY AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Beautiful w/Character & Charm
terripv422, Saint Louis, Missouri
Thu Jan 11 11:24:18 EST 2018
We really enjoyed the Punta Cana Riu Palace. This is our first trip to the Dominican and loved the beautiful beaches and smooth whiter sand. We have traveled 10 years to the Puerto Vallarta and enjoyed the Riu Palace Pacifico, but decided to make a switch this year. Staff: I think the staff was friendlier in the Dominican. Everyone we encountered in our 10 day stay was helpful in every way. Room: We upgraded to a JR Suite, but it was a standard Riu room except we paid for a view. Liquor: Not top shelf liquor. No flavored Vodka-disappointment. No Bloody Mary Mix, just plain tomato juice and no Worcestershire-disappointment. Restrooms: Very minimal out by the pool. This is a larger resort than Pacifico, so distance is an issue. Turn the changing rooms into a small bathroom! This was nicest of the four resorts we could visit. Naiboa has no beach access and is tucked behind the Bavaro. Riu Palace Bavaro looks a lot like Punta Cana. Riu Macao is adult only, but you could visit this one. Shopping: Caribbean Street shopping is at the end of a very nice brick path connecting the resorts you can visit from the Palace. There is a small street of shops connected to the Riu Palace that was very nice, but not a place you can negotiate price – it is what it is. Beach/Pool Area: Beautiful beaches with plenty of chairs, umbrellas and shade. No “real” beach bar with ocean view. Didn’t like the “beach sales vendors” around the pool area. Drink service around the pool area as top-notch. Center Courtyard is in the middle of most restaurants and was very well staffed for drinks before and after dinner. Kind of a Tuscan/sidewalk café style without the cafe– very appealing with music/dancing in the evenings. Restaurants: Krystal was the best. Steakhouse had a lot to be desired. They were putting rolls on our plate before we even had a chance to sit down, seemed like a really rushed meal. You have the option to go whenever you want and put your name in without a reservation. Very convenient feature. Would have been great to have a schedule of what restaurants were open what nights so you could try to plan ahead. Buffet food is never marked very well, but this buffet was top-notch when it comes to buffets. SPA: Massage hut on the beach with the hotel was excellent but pricey. Tours: We did the Outback Adventure one day, trip to the mountains experiencing the real culture of the country Leandro and Cesar where great tour guides. Definitely recommend it to get a break from the hotel scene. Casino at the Macao was a nice “little” casino to go to for a couple of hours. Casino at the Riu Palace Punta Cana had only about a dozen machines. Sports Bar was nice that they offered cappuccino 24/7. Most of the week the elevators nearest our room were not working. Because they don’t recommend you venture out on your own by cab (cab service was almost non-existent from hotel) we felt “hotel-bound”. We would recommend this resort and would consider going back.

Just back from a week stay - honest review below
mkgeismann, Geneva, Illinois
Sun Jan 07 06:24:56 EST 2018
I found these TripAdvisor reviews helpful, so I'm leaving my own. My family of 6 just returned from a week stay (12/29-1/4). Our kids are 18, 16, 14 and 12 years old. The property itself was beautiful - crews constantly cleaning the grounds and pool area, etc. Check-in was painless, but I know that depends on the time you arrive. Plan for a long line in the airport, btw...there is no avoiding that. And know your shuttle company ahead of time, and don't get swayed by random drivers trying to take your luggage and 'help' you find a ride. ROOMS: we had absolutely no complaints about our rooms. We were on the second floor, with balconies looking out (not facing the interior). We had two rooms next to each other, which was very nice. Rooms were clean, no mold, bugs, mildew, etc that other people mention. The two double beds are not separate - picture two beds pushed together that can't be separated because they share the same headboard. Might be different in other rooms, I don't know. We were in two junior suites. The staff was constantly in the hallways with cleaning crew and fresh towels. etc. Be sure to leave a buck or two on the bed when you leave for the day - those cleaning crews deserve the tip. Don't drink the water, keep a bottle next to your sink for teeth brushing, etc. We covered the faucet with a plastic bag to remind the kids. RESTAURANTS: the buffet in the morning was the best in my opinion. Fresh eggs, fruit, cereal for the kids, different juices. The workers were the best there - friendly, happy to see you, and always there with fresh coffee, etc. We ate at the Japanese restaurant our first night there and it was AWFUL. The servers were disgruntled, no greeting, abrupt and unfriendly. When asked for our order it was as if they were angry that we were there. It was very odd. Food was slapped on the table - literally. We spoke with another family who had the same experience. Next we ate at the Steakhouse, much better - but it was New Years Eve, so menu was different, etc. The second time we ate there it was good - nothing spectacular, but they had a burger option which made the boys happy. The Steakhouse is the only one that is away from the property and down by the pool/beach, that is kind of nice. The last one we tried was the Krystal, which is the one where the men need to wear pants, supposedly - but we saw men in shorts, too. This was the best meal in a restaurant, with the friendliest staff. At the restaurants, just expect to sit down and give your entire order in one visit from the waiter/ress. We did not try the Italian or the Brazilian. For lunches we ate at the poolside buffet - which was hit or miss. I hated it, but the kids found burgers, fries, pizza, etc. Wide variety (a soup every day, cheeses, salad fixings, etc). but nothing really great. If you like wine, don't expect to enjoy any of the wine they serve. We actually took a side trip to the liquor store after a day or so of bad wine...it was so bad. The fruity drinks are not strong. POOL/BEACH - The pool was fantastic, very clean each day, etc. We didn't see much of the workers activities (games, etc.) that they do ONLY because we were at the beach more, but I know they did pool aerobics and things like that. We've been to another Punta Cana resort and one in Mexico, and this pool bar was the best - not filled with messy drunks like in Mexico...and kids could swim up and get a frozen drink with no problems. The bartenders there work hard all day long! Don't get me wrong - it was definitely a party in the pool, just not obnoxious in my opinion. We would set up on the beach early, before the towel cabana was open (it opens at 8am) but the workers would always give me fresh towels when I went down around 7am. The pool chairs filled up faster than the beach chairs when we were there, so plan to get there early if you want a seat at the pool. The beach was always clean when we got there, and there are workers bring drinks if you want them. The ones hawking wares (cigars, necklaces) were annoying, but didn't press it if you said no thank you, which was good. ENTERTAINMENT - The workers during the day that organize games, dancing, etc. were nice and always friendly. One note is that my teenage daughter felt uncomfortable one evening when a few of them kept asking her and another girl to go to the disco with them. Uh, no. The shows at night were typical - and we missed a few of them, so no real report there. I will say that each night it was fun to congregate up in that area before the show - lots of seating and music/dancing. SPA/GYM - my husband had a couple of massages from Favia? Fabia? and she deserves a shout out. He said they were great and very worth the time and money. I had a manicure - don't bother. Gym is minimal, as is expected, but had a few spin bikes which is nice. The staff did an AWESOME job with New Year's Eve - it was really fun and well done. They had earlier entertainment, then they brought in a DJ and there was dancing, etc. before the big balloon drop. This only helps a few people, I know - but we searched for information before leaving and couldn't find any. So - if you are traveling next NYE, it's a fun night. All of our ages enjoyed it. DAYTRIP - we did the half day Bebe company snorkeling trip, and it was just so so. The staff was awesome, the snorkeling stunk. We had fun, but I'd recommend the Marinarium Tour over this one. We did that one four years ago - and the actual snorkeling is much better. Hope this helps!

Clean hotel, good food, nice but crowded beach, excellent pools
Colombob B, Zurich, Switzerland
Fri Jan 05 10:29:25 EST 2018
Spent a nice week despite daily rain showers from Dec. 25 to Jan 1. Flew in with Sunwing on a disaster flight: Sunwing had 30 multiple occupancy seats, i.e. passengers having paid for specific seats did not get them as they were already occupied by passengers loaded up in Val d`Or. It delayed our take off for an hour. And the crew ran out of food before row 10, all they had was chips and noodle soup. The Riu Republica features good food, generally friendly staff, but there are glitches. We found our room being made up at 16:30 on the first day, so we requested an early cleaning using the "online concierge". The application is useless - no effect whatsoever. Our minibar was only partially refilled, so we requested a refill... the "online concierge" allowed us to specify a time for delivery... of course, nothing happened. Rooms are non-smoking, but people smoke on balconies... we had idiotic neighbors smoking and coughing their lungs out as early as 5:30AM... whenever we`d try to use the balcony it seems they`d come out and make our air toxic... It would be nice to have a blocks of non-smoking rooms. The beds were huge and very comfortable. Rooms were very clean.



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