Paradisus Palma Real

Dominican Republic, Caribbean

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

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    An all-inclusive heaven on a perfect beach

Why we choose Paradisus Palma Real

An all-suite resort that surrounds you in elegant, privileged comforts

  • Paradisus’ Royal Service includes advantages like butlers and private beach access
  • Vento restaurant offers a themed Bellini bar
  • Family concierges arrange everything from turndown milk and cookies to activities

Sometimes all-inclusive resorts get a bad rap, but the Paradisus Palma Real deserves a shout out. It’s a well-run, top-quality destination that manages to impress despite (or maybe because of) its immense size and loads of year-round guests. The food is phenomenal—especially the multiple Michelin-starred Passion By Martin Berasategui—and the all-suite rooms are impeccable.

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We suggest

’The Reserve’ is a separate facility on the property, a hotel within the hotel providing greater privacy.

What you need to know about the hotel

From Bali bed-lined pools to championship golf, Paradisus lives up to its name

  • The Reserve section is a hotel-within-a-hotel with maximum privacy, family concierge, swim-up suites and private patio suites
  • Splish splash: Among the three outdoor pools and seven whirlpools is the massive 37,600-square-foot main pool
  • The outdoor eco spa features a Meditation Zen Garden and Pavilion, mind-body classes (yoga, Pilates, relaxation) and alfresco treatment cabanas and showers

Paradisus Palma Real only stocks suites—554 to be exact—and they all offer a minimum of 520 square feet of space, as well as balconies or terraces with Jacuzzis. For even greater luxury, there’s an additional 190 suites at the perk-laden Reserve area of the resort.

Paradisus has seven restaurant choices ranging from Mediterranean to Mexican to Asian, plus leisure options such as tennis courts, a casino and game room and access to nearby Cocotal Golf & Country Club (along with a free shuttle to get you there and back). Also worth a look: the YHI Spa, which encompasses a traditional indoor spa, unique outdoor eco spa, fitness club and Water Ritual Center.

Where is it and what's nearby

The Caribbean Sea serves as the backdrop for Punta Cana’s prestigious Playa de Bavaro

  • The 18-hole Cocotal Golf and Country Club, designed by six-time Spanish champion Jose Pepe Gancedo, also houses a golf academy
  • Get your retail fix at the expansive Palma Real Shopping Village, located right in front of the resort

The Dominican Republic is a hot bed for luxury resorts, in part because of its coastal beauty. Paradisus Palma Real’s pristine white beaches, crystal clear water and soaring palm trees are good examples of why Punta Cana has become so appealing in recent years. Beyond the luxe resorts, however, Punta Cana is largely bare. But Paradisus more than makes up for what the area lacks by offering interesting onsite activities like wine tasting, salsa and merengue classes, massage lessons, painting, photography and more.

How to enjoy Dominican Republic

For the essence of the Dominican Republic, imagine lying in a hammock on a white sand beach, shaded by soft fringed palms, listening to the waves lap gently on the shore before dancing the night away to Latin rhythms

  • Savor world-class cuisine and fresh seafood right on the beach or overlooking the crystal clear and sparkling turquoise sea
  • Step out of your beachfront villa straight onto your stretch of private sand and enjoy uninterrupted views of the sunset as you sip cocktails from your terrace
  • Ride horseback to the entrance of the Fun Fun Cave where your 55ft descent will be rewarded by a stunning display of ancient cave paintings, stalactites and stalagmites

A former Spanish colony, this Caribbean destination enjoys a distinctly Latin feel with flamenco fiestas and local dishes accented with rice and beans. The nation is fiercely proud of its heritage and is quick to point out that the capital, Santo Domingo, was the site where Christopher Columbus first landed in the Americas in 1492.

World class beaches can be found along the East Coast, which is also home to secluded luxurious resorts and championship golf courses. There is plenty of opportunity to play. You could go kite surfing, play polo or get some pro tennis coaching. For something a little slower, cleanse you mind and body with a rejuvenating spa treatment.

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    When to visit Dominican Republic

    Visit in February to experience Carnival. The annual celebration spans the entire country and fills the streets with colorful parties of twirling to the rhythms of merengue and bachata.

  • We say

    Of all the ‘all-inclusives’ in Punta Cana, this is the best.

  • A word from the hotel

    Don’t miss our Cirque Show!
    Juan, Concierge

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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Paradisus Palma Real, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Early check-in and late check-out upon availability
  • Upgrade upon availability at time of check-in
  • 50-minute massage (max two adults per room per stay) and welcome amenity
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in room
  • Complimentary Buffet breakfast for two daily

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My girls loved their child-sized bathrobes and slippers, not to mention their milk and cookies turndown service. more >

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