Punta Cana Hotel Guide
Punta Cana is mostly dominated by reasonably priced all-inclusive resorts, mostly located in the Bávaro area. To get the best deal possible, travel writers suggest you book early, and plan your visit for late spring, late summer or early fall. Flight deals and lower hotel rates are rampant in March as well, but you'll be accompanied by Spring Break-ing college students.
- Punta Cana's 21-mile stretch of postcard-white sand is where you'll find many of the country's famed all-inclusive resorts. Most are undistinguished, with bland food, tacky architecture, and zero sense of place; more upscale and evolved examples worth recommending include Agua Resort & Spa, Sivory, and Tortuga Bay." -- Concierge.com
- With prices varying widely depending on the package that you book; look to spend around US $40-80 per person per night. The all-inclusives do, though, have their downside: the food is usually not that great, and you'll be stuck in a walled-off complex for the whole of your trip, which can get a bit claustrophobic." -- Rough Guides
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