2019 Resort Added Value!
Honeymoon*: Bottle of sparkling wine, box of chocolates, welcome card, surprise gift, special room decorations, turndown service, 20 percent discount on spa treatments, and late check-out (based on availability).
From crisp, crystal clear waters perfect for fishing to lush, vibrant landscapes, the Grand Bahia Principe Turquesa is your prime spot for the ultimate in luxury and relaxation.
The hotel offers multiple pools and four jacuzzis, perfect for a cool dip or a warm soak. If you prefer not to bask in the sun, pool umbrellas are available to keep you cool and comfortable. Bar service is also available so that you can sip your favorite beverage while you sit back and enjoy all that Punta Cana has to offer.
Other exciting features include a gym, three tennis and paddle courts, and a spa that is sure to melt away any stress that you've taken along with you on your vacation. You can also enjoy access to the Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana and the Grand Bahia Prinicpe Bavaro, both providing you with several amazing options for dining and entertainment. Sports facilities and non-motorized water sports are also included.
Traveling with children? The hotel offers quite a selection for small children and teens, including a Bahia Scouts mini club for ages 4-12, as well as a teen club for ages 11-16. A water park is also available for those who prefer a little more time to splash around under the sun. Family room options include Family Junior Suites and Family Master Suites with two connecting rooms that can sleep up to eight people.
When it's time to indulge your palate, there is certainly no shortage of delicious cuisine. Choose from a variety of restaurants, including Japanese, Italian, Spanish, or Dominican fare. There are also several snack bars that offer both buffet and à la carte options. Finish your night off with any of the hotel's amazing activities, including a trip to Bahia Principe Village that features a casino, nightclub, and local shops where you can purchase Dominican crafts and souvenirs for your friends and loved ones.
Enjoy exchange privileges (except main buffets) with the nearby Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana and Grand Bahia Principe Bavaro. The Grand Bahia Principe Turquesa is the perfect place to combine all you are looking for, for you and your family!
*Proof of marriage required. Must be within 6 months of original wedding date.
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 2749 reviews
Hotel is Far from the Beach,
We stayed 10 days with our family (3yo 11yo) + Rather clean hotel / rooms + Restaurant Services + Swimming pools + Available amenities (water park) + Sand Beaches + Customer /Guest Services -Is a BIG Hotel complex, so be ready to Wait for transportation to move around. The hotel is FAR AWAY from the beach. - Overpriced medical center, Doctor available for « urgencies » focused Mainly on finding ways to increase the bill... rather than the patient. -Mosquitos at the Lobby, are impressive - Excursions Sales on the beach ( constant disruption)
Excellent costumer service, pool and food very good, restaurant amazing, the water park it’s just fantastic, very safe and cling, the people are very helpful and friendly. The Dominican restaurant was my favorite!
Muy bien. But i Waited like 5 Days for Them to fix the télévision. I finally paid a Guy Who Works hère to fix IT.a chance i speak spanish. M'y Room didnt get clean after the First Nights so i order an extra water. I'm still waiting for the réception to answer me about the télévision. I Found that they close the pool to early but...But In général IT was a good trip.
Fantastic stay at Grand Bahia Principe!
Number of times I've been to the hotel: First time Wristband status: Silver (which is for people who have been there many times. I was traveling with a group that has been there many times and was automatically given the silver status). This bracelet gave us access to three of the four resorts in the complex. Duration of stay: 8 days Name of the hotel we stayed: Grand Bahia Principe Turquesa I'm going to start with a brief note to Americans traveling to Dominican Republic and/or Grand Bahia Principe. I cannot stress enough just how safe the resort is. After all the negative media surrounding the resort, my group considered changing the reservation. As the trip got closer, we were all still very nervous. However, upon arriving to the resort and seeing how clean everything is and the incredibly friendly staff (who pour every drink right in front of you), that fear quickly dissipated. Several times throughout our 8-day stay, we witnessed officials inspecting the bar areas. Seeing this just added to our comfort level. If you are considering changing your reservation because if the negative media coverage, I would say that the hysteria is unwarranted. You would feel safe from the minute you entered the resort. Now to the review. Pros: 1. The workers: The complex staff are some of the hardest working, warmest, and friendliest people I have been around. They go above and beyond for the customers and do it with a smile. Most staff speak at least three languages (Spanish, English, and French). Shout out to Perla from housekeeping, John from the swim up bar at Turquesa, Ideas from swim up bar at Aquamarine, Jose from Coming 2 excursions, Maria and Isabel from Turquesa lobby bar. 2. Pools: the "beach pool" was very enjoyable. It can get crowded in the afternoon, but very nice and close to the beach. The Turquesa pool gets extremely crowded with kids and families. If you are looking for some quiet pool time, try Aquamarine, if possible. I believe you have to have a certain bracelet to be able to enter that one, so I would just recommend staying at that hotel if you will be with only adults. Each pool has daily activities and games that are sometimes painfully cheesy, but tons of fun. 3. Food: It is often difficult to mass produce food that is still delicious. Somehow, though, they really accomplish that goal with the buffets. Some nights are better than others, like Dominican night. But, overall, this is the most flavorful mass produced food I think I have ever had. They hit the mark in terms of seasoning. If you are expecting the greatest food of all time, think again. But will you enjoy at least something every night? Absolutely. I recommend making reservations at Los Corales (Dominican, family-style) and Maiko (hibachi, set menu). Those were great experiences and delicious food. 4. Complex Nightlife: The complex has an interesting selection of nightlife, but with the right crowd, it can be so much fun. It is almost like a very small town. The karaoke bar is a good time. Small selection of songs, but great service and great fun. The casino is also a good time, but very small. My only unpleasant experience at the hotel was with a lady exchanging money and chips at the casino. The night club is also an interesting experience. There is a variety of music that plays (mostly hip-hop and Latin music). It has an awful smell, but it is still a lot of fun. 5. Spa: The spa is phenomenal. I did the Bahia Experience massage and the hydrotherapy (they were running a special at the time in which the massage was $110 and I got the hydrotherapy for free). Both were exceptional. The prices are much more reasonable than any US hotel would charge for a massage. Cons: 1. Rooms: Yes, the rooms are a bit outdated at Turquesa. However, they are very clean, air conditioners work well, and beds are comfortable. Who spends that much time in their room anyway? If you are spending that much time in your room, you are vacationing wrong. 2. Beach: The beach is very pretty, but, through no fault of Bahia Principe, there is quite a bit of seaweed. Every day, though, there is staff actually raking the seaweed out of the ocean and putting them in piles so that people can enjoy that water. The beach vendors can also be a little pushy, but that is no fault of the hotel. 3. "Snacks": There are only two places to get snacks between proper meals (this is especially important if you miss breakfast or lunch). You can go to the beach buffet or Los Corales for a snack. The selection is very limited at the buffet, though. The beach buffet is also a 7 or so minute trolly ride, so not super convenient for a quick bite. 4. Closing time for pools: Pools close at 7 PM, which can be disappointing when you want a nighttime dip. Just prepare your day with that time in mind. Recommendations 1. If you can, go to Bávaro buffet. This buffet was our favorite. 2. The Aquamarine pool is beautiful. It is adults only. 3. Come to the island with enough singles for tips for bartenders, trolly rides, and wait staff. A dollar goes a long way for these staff, but it doesn't hurt for us to part with a buck. I recommend leaving a dollar or two for each round of drinks, each meal, and if a trolly driver goes out of their way to drive you somewhere. I also recommend leaving housekeeping a daily tip or a large tip at the end. Our housekeeper (Perla) was fantastic and we left her a $25 tip at the end of the trip. It is good to note that there is an ATM in Bavaro, and the fee to take out cash is about $4. Overall, this was a fantastic experience, from the people to the food to pools. I would highly recommend staying at Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana.
The room that we got first was the part of family room, so we can hear everything happening in our neighbor couple. Thank Got it was changed. By the way the room needs renovation so we are Not satisfied with the accommodation as it was our honeymoon. (Photos attached) We are also do not recommend to go to the Japanese restaurant from a la carte. When I ordered only the piece of salmon (that’s what I got on my plate, photo attached below). From the positive side, entertainment and people working e. x. Having spanish or dancing courses was unforgettable and highly recommended. As well as the wide choice of food on everyday buffet.