It’s no secret that the Dominican Republic is the ultimate summer destination: With white-sand beaches and turquoise waters bordering lush rainforest and stunning architecture, there is truly something for everyone in this tropical paradise.
One of the most beautiful cities in the country is Punta Cana – a coastal haven that is perfect for relaxing under the hot Dominican sun and experiencing the remarkable landscape that the country has to offer. But with so many hotel and resort options, it can be hard to know where the best place to stay is, especially when you haven’t travelled to the Dominican Republic before.
So, where can visitors find a luxury hotel with private beachfront access, exclusive spa facilities and 5-star customer service?
Look no further than the Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana – ranked by Trip Advisor as the “Top-Rated All-Inclusive” resort in Punta Cana.
Known as one of the newest all-inclusive resorts in the Punta Cana region, Hyatt Ziva offers nothing but the best of services for visitors of all ages. The hotel is situated along the azure waters of the palm-lined Juanillo Beach, which ensures guests are fully immersed in the Caribbean landscape as soon as they enter the grounds.
Guests are invited to check into one of 375 luxury suites, all located along the oceanfront. Whilst the majority of the rooms have a private balcony or terrace, guests may also opt for a swim-up junior suite, going from the bedroom to the pool in just a matter of minutes. King and Queen size suites are available, as well as ‘Club Ocean Front’ suites that provide access to a semi-private pool.
Included in every stay is a host of amenities and activities designed to keep guests of all ages entertained. Daily activities at the resort range from themed pool and beach parties to dancing classes and virtual reality workshops.
There are also several water-related activities to choose from, including an infinity pool, waterpark and lazy river. For the most adrenaline-seeking guests, there are various non-motorized water sports to choose from, including kitesurfing and kayaking.
Children are not forgotten at this resort either. There are babysitting services for children under the age of 10, to ensure that adults can relax in the sun knowing their children are well taken care of. For older teens, between the ages of 13-17, there is the Teen Club, complete with fun activities such as Formula One racing and discos.
The Hyatt Ziva also allows guests to choose from 12 different eateries and bars on-site, ranging from casual dinners to an elaborate oceanfront dining experience. For guests interested in cooking, the resort offers culinary demonstrations of Dominican delicacies, perfect for those who want to immerse themselves further within the Caribbean culture. As expected from such as high-rated all-inclusive resort, there are also endless drinks, 24-hour room service and premium top-shelf wines and liquors to choose from.
One of the most impressive reasons that the Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana was rated so highly by Trip Advisor was its fantastic offers. Until June 30th, guests who book direct with Hyatt Ziva can save up to 20% off their stay, including discounts on room upgrades, cabanas and photo sessions.
Trip Advisor has collated over 3,000 5-star reviews of the all-inclusive resort, with most guests giving praise to the kind and attentive staff who worked hard to ensure all stays were as enjoyable as possible.
So, whether you’re looking to unwind with a massage next to the relaxing Caribbean sea, get your heart rate up with adrenaline-filled water sports, or make memories that last a lifetime with family and friends, the Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana truly provides an unforgettable luxury experience for all.
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