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The Level at Melia Caribe Tropical

Dominican Republic - Punta Cana

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5 Nights with Air from $909 All-Inclusive
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Luxury on steroids on a white sandy beach. Dangerously good adult beverages. An elite section for adults-only. A more jo ... More

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"This is my first review ever but I had to write about how amazing this place is. When we decided to book an all inclusive vacation in the DR i went cross eyed from reading reviews, so let me get right ..." – Aoife
123 out of 145 (85%) customers would recommend this product to a friend. Read All Reviews
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4.4 out of 5
"This is my first review ever but I had to write about how amazing this place is. When we decided to book an all inclusive vacation in the DR i went cross eyed from reading reviews, so let me get right ..." – Aoife
123 out of 145 (85%) customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Saona Island excursion Speedboat ride Pool Outside Main Building Adults pool Broken smelled like sewage Moldy, stinky and not clean happy hour view of the beach Relaxing At the Tropical level The Level main pool View from the beach buffet.
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May 24, 2017
Worth every penny!

This was my boyfriend and I's first all inclusive trip and first time going out of the US. We were amazed at the luxury service of this resort and will be definitely going back. A few things to note, we booked a room in the adults only section which was so worth it! The regular rooms are further from the beach. They do have several golf carts circling the grounds and a trolley that you can hop on. If you're on a tight budget it would still work but we really enjoyed being able to go back into our room quickly throughout the day. The adults only also has 2 pools that are separate, a separate beach, a separate dining room/buffet, lounges, and bars. The adults only section is very large and you really don't have to leave. We grabbed a ride a couple evenings to get dinner at the restaurants in the other section of the resort. The food was great too! Service was excellent at the restaurants. We also enjoyed the buffet at the beach bar during lunch. Our room was fantastic. It was ground level (we upgraded to the jacuzzi suite) which also includes a private Bali bed off of your patio. It was clean, bed was comfortable, and the room service was good. We also booked a shared car service to and from the airport. If you do this, make sure you go to the welcome meeting the next day after you get there (the car service rep comes to the resort lobby). This is when they schedule a time for your return car service. If I had to name one thing I'd change, is we wished there were more night time entertainment options. We were only there for 5 days, so we enjoyed relaxing the whole time. However by the last night we were a bit bored trying to find something to do. We didn't see much of an evening schedule of events. The beach and pools are also closed after 7pm for security which is understandable. Overall we were very impressed and enjoyed every minute. We got a great package deal for the resort, flight, and transportation making it worth every penny!


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From: Virginia
Age: 25-34

May 19, 2017
Adults Only Heaven

My husband and I are in our early thirties, enjoy traveling and trying new things, and we don't have kids. The Adults Only section of The Level was perfect for us. We'd visited The Level in Nassau and enjoyed it, but this trip, we wanted a larger resort, a longer beach, and an adults-only section. Melia Caribe Tropical's Level Adults Only delivered. We visited this past weekend (Fri-Tues), and had an absolutely excellent time. The food was good (albeit limited, as it is in all-inclusives), the service was excellent, and having our own section of the (massive!) resort was a total treat. This is really 3 resorts in one: the "regular" section of the Melia, the Level for Families, and the Level Adults Only. We never left our section, really, and still didn't explore it all. We loved the Level pools and the swim up bar. The activities coordinator was awesome and really got people jazzed about water aerobics, paddleboard workouts, stretching, etc. The "towel game" wasn't really too bad here, as there were plenty of seats, and not tons of people (and unlike the Bahamas, NO cruise day pass people, thank goodness!). We usually hit the beach during the late afternoon/evening, when the seats under the palapas were more available. We never had to look for someone to bring us a drink or anything we might have needed; they were always around without being bothersome or hovering. We booked a couple's massage at the YHI Spa through Angel on the beach. Not having to leave our chairs for an administrative task was lovely :) Maria and Zuleika in the spa delivered two of the very best massages we have had, and they were so lovely, caring, and peaceful. I never wanted to leave that oasis! Looks like some folks had issues checking in, based on reviews below. We didn't have a single issue, delay, or hiccup. We got off our airport transport van (AmStar), and you simply could not miss The Level check in booth. Just give them your name, they take your bags (assuming you haven't packed several large checked suitcases...what are people bringing?!), and together you walk to a central point where a golf cart shuttles you through the resort to the adults only section. The Level Lounge (or whatever it is called these days) was where we sat and checked in, and they brought us drinks. I assume because we travel only with carry on bags, our luggage never left our side. If you don't want to be separated from your stuff, pack less stuff. The vibe here was a lot of couples and a few groups (we met a nice group of retired folks from Florida who, I think, had more fun than the rest of us! very nice people). If you wanted to be alone/isolated, you could be. If you wanted to make friends and small talk you could do that too. Our room was great, but now we know which buildings we'd prefer to be in. We were in 31, which is the furthest from the pool/Cuatro. That's fine with us--we're young and mobile, and we didn't go on vacation to hide in our room the whole time--but if you have mobility issues, or need to be in and out of your room a lot, try to request a closer room. The room was cleaned and restocked every day, twice. I've read a lot of reviews about rooms that were not to people's liking, all of which seem to overlook that this is (a) a super humid, tropical environment, (b) it is a hotel room, meaning it gets a lot of wear from constant use, and (c) you're in another country. Things are sometimes different, and that's ok. Some reviews have mentioned a language barrier, or expected English to be perfect and familiar. I never once had an issue understanding anyone who worked on the resort, as they all spoke English (and a ton of other non-native Dominican languages, too) to accommodate the mostly-English speaking visitors. I speak Spanish, so I tried to use my Spanish where I could, as again, I'm in their country. My husband speaks English and English alone, but he has specifically learned a few polite phrases for when he travels to Spanish-speaking countries. That small courtesy would take many travelers far, if only they'd try. Simple hello, please, thank you, I'm sorry, good day, and a few numbers...works wonders! ;-) We're already planning our return trip in 2018. See you soon, The Level!


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From: Chapel Hill, NC
Age: 25-34
Travel: 3-6 trips/year

May 4, 2017
NOT ALL INCLUSIVE

We had paid extra to be in the levels adult only section in a room w 2 beds. However they put us in the family section in a room w 1 kind bed. We asked to be placed in the correct room but they claimed there were none avail. At the bar I order a grey goose & tonic & was told it cost $8, so I order a corona & was told it was $5. We were also told 2 of the restaurants had a cover charge of $60pp or $42pp. Obviously they clearly do not understand the definition of ALL INCLUSIVE. My sister was there in Feb and didn't experience the same thing with the alcohol. So I'm not sure since we were there 3/30-4/2 that they figured they could charge more bc it was closer to spring break?? When we asked to speak to a supervisor the phone just rang and rang. The resort itself was pretty but I did not appreciate the lack of customer service and not getting what we reserved. Considering we paid extra for the higher level of service & amenities we left pretty dissatisfied with the resort.


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From: Northern VA
Age: 35-44
Travel: 3-6 trips/year

May 3, 2017

*** Before I do my review of the hotel I want to review CheapCaribbean.com and offer a word of advice. CheapCaribbean.com was very easy to work with and navigate and paying for transfer with their partners (Amstar) was easy to use also. However if you have never been to the Dominican Republic make sure you pre buy your tourist card (we did, saves you a lot of time coming into the country), however you will be required to complete an entrance form for each member of your party as well as a customs form. These documents will be given to you on the flight prior to landing, they will not provide you with any pens in which to complete said forms, nor will the Dominican airport. Make sure you or someone in your party has a pen with them. Completing these forms on the flight will save you a lot of time and you can go straight to the customs line. Many folks (like us) were left trying to find a pen, or a spot to complete said forms in the hall of the airport. *** We absolutely enjoyed our adult’s only vacation! We are parents who wanted to celebrate our 10 year anniversary without kids for a few days of one on one time. The Level Melia allowed for this and meet all our needs and then some. In our reservation on CheapCaribbean.com we stated we would be celebrating in hopes of getting a room with a king bed vs two doubles. We were more than impressed with how our trip went from start to finish. A lot of people reviewing the resort state it is huge and they felt lost. The resort is very large, but never once did I feel lost … Let’s start from the beginning. The Amstar shuttle dropped us off at the Melia Caribe lobby and right away we were made to feel welcomed. We noticed quickly there were two distinct desks in which to announce your arrival. One for the main resorts (Caribe and Tropical) the other for the Level Melia. We briefly spoke with the female representative who quickly crossed our names off her printed list, gave us a leather wrist band to state we were “Level Adult Only” guest, at this point she also labeled our luggage with our resort and room number. Within about two minutes she had a concierge staff escort us to the Level Lobby; from there we were escorted to a waiting golf cart who took us to the Level VIP Lounge. Upon walking into the lounge we were asked to have a seat, we were quickly brought a welcome drink, and a representative asked for our passports and reservation conformation information; at this point we sat back and enjoyed our drink while taking in the view of the foam party that was taking place in the Level pool outside. It was about a 5 minute wait before we were introduced to our butler. Upon meeting he gave us a brief tour of the Level Building, in this building was the Level Bar, Level VIP Lounge (free Wi-Fi and computers to use). He then showed us Cuatro and all it had to offer. Cuatro is the section of the building in which the buffet is held, it also holds the Peruvian, Italian, and Steak and Lobster restaurants; I’ll come back to those. He then escorted us to building 32 which is one of the furthest buildings away from the beach. Along the way he pointed out and the pool and pool bar, the beach area, the beach bar, the gym and the spa. It took less than five minutes to walk back to our building. However if you are older or have health needs I could understand how this could take longer but honestly it’s a pretty walk taking in all the surrounding landscape. We were in room 3203 on the ground floor with a garden view and a cabana bed outside our room. We were greatly surprised upon entering out room, we had been upgraded from a suite to a Jacuzzi suite which was amazing. Our butler explained everything in the room (which honestly isn’t much) and gave us his contact number in case we needed anything. If you want to make reservations at the spa, the Gabi or any of the other non-included restaurants (Japanese and Steak and Lobster) you would go through your butler. Once we got settled our bags were delivered to our room and we were able to get situated in the manor we wished. We also had a very sweet message from staff on celebrating our anniversary along with a towel animal which was nice. It made you feel like they went that extra step to make you feel special. The rooms are modern and clean, there was no odor like mentioned in other reviews. The rooms are older and show a little age but nothing that would keep me from having a good time. The beach was clean and spacious. There is seaweed close to the ocean but not enough to bother you while tanning on the beach. They do try and keep the seaweed cleaned up but be realistic you’re on an island. They do allow vendors to walk up and down the beach, they were not overly bothersome and a strong No Gracias was all it took to send them away. There was always plenty of chairs and cabanas, we never felt like we couldn’t find a spot to sit nor did it ever feel like they ran out of towels. The do state they do not allow people to save seats (often referred to as the towel game) however it is not enforced and people do go out early to claim spots. But again we never noticed that there was a shortage of chairs. They also do not enforce who can be on the level beach, we noticed on multiple days guest from the Caribe were down on the level side of the beach which was much calmer then its counterpart. The pool and pool bar were great! Again you do see the towel game but we never had any issue finding two chairs together. They do allow rafts in the pool which I was not expecting, some were large and obnoxious but we did not let that lessen then fun we had. You can also purchase rafts at the market store on the Caribe side of the resort. The pool bar was always fun, Victor was a great bartender and our drinks never were watered down like previous reviews have stated. We never did the spa as I felt it was way overpriced, however we did take advantage of the gym one morning. They have a few treadmills and a few elliptical machines along with some weight machines and free weights. We found it nicer to just jog the resort every morning before breakfast. Now onto the food!! Cuatro – We did the breakfast and lunch buffets here almost every day. Breakfast was good, they have a two stations where you can have omelets made up or just request fried eggs. They have a nice selection of cheeses, breads, bagels, donuts and cereal. Also a nice selection of fresh fruit, juices, and breakfast meats and sides. Honestly you have to be extremely picky to not find something that you like, and the hot chocolate and coffee were divine. // the lunch buffet was good but nothing to get overly excited about. You could choose from salads, fresh fruit, ice cream, steaks, chicken, fish all grilled or cooked fresh. Peruvian – We heard this was hit or miss by other guest. We ate here our first night and were a little overwhelmed with the menu as it’s in three different languages. We asked our waiter for recommendations and he did not fail us. My husband had bluefish tuna steak and it was amazing, I had some steak and chicken dish and it was just as good as his dish. Italian - We never ate here Steak and Lobster restaurants – We ate here our last three nights and honestly I wish we would have only ever had dinner here. It was never full so we always were able to get right in. We had salmon, filets or T-bones, and lobster. Not once did we have a bad or under cooked meal. Do not waste your money and pay for steak and lobster when you can have it for free here. Gabi – Never made reservations here We did one night go to the main resort to have Tex-Mex and it was just blah. Nothing about it was good or exciting. The main resort at night is incredible busy and loud, stay on the level side and enjoy the intimate setting. Overall we had an amazing trip, made some new friends and came home feeling refreshed. I would book the Level Melia again in a heartbeat.


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From: Minnesota,
Age: 25-34
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

Room Information

Melia Caribe Tropical features 1,128 guest suites in 44 two-story white bungalows surrounded by tropical gardens and tall palm trees and trams shuttle guests around the resort. The rooms feature a separate sitting area set off by an arch and furnished with a couch and an upholstered chair and stool. They are also equipped with air conditioning, hair dryer, in-room safe ($), internet access ($) available in some rooms and buildings, direct dial telephone, ceiling fan, cable TV, mini bar and balcony or terrace. Rollaway beds are not available.

Room Details

The Level Adults Only Suite (JRT)
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The Level Adults Only Jacuzzi Suite (JRW)
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The Level Junior Suite (JRX)
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The Level Grand Suite (SR1)
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What's to Love

The legendary, sugar-white sand, private beach and sparkling pools. It's dreamy divine.

The clean, chic designs of the interiors: dark wood, marble & white-and-taupe furnishings.

The VIP Lounge (adults-only) and access to Quatro, a complex with a bunch of delish nosheries.

Energy for Life activities (adults-only) - a class called Body Balance, a mix of yoga and tai chi.

The VIP Lounge for families with continental breakfast & more goodies all day long.

The fab family-centric Gabi Club with private pool, bar & restaurant.

Personalized pillow & scent menu and butler service. Do this. All of it.

YHI Wellness Center (the spa) with hydrotherapy, massages and facials that wipe away every worry.

Flintstone's Land - fun and meals and they can visit the Yabba-Dabb-Doo bazaar, gardens and pools.

 

What We'd Change

With such a large property and so many things to do, you can waste a lot of time on the hunt. Map out your activities before hand to get the most out of every second.
 

Why You Should Go

It's just 20 minutes from the airport - your lush, luxury beach vacay will happen zippadee zip.

Your palate will never get bored - there are 13 restaurants. Grubberies extraordinaire.

Empty that leg because you'll fill it up with all the cocktails at 13 bars and lounges.

Plaza Bavaro (shopping) is a mere 15 minutes away - a great work-out for your plastic.

It's just 20 minutes from Manati Park, an eco-park with dolphin encounters. It's FIN-tastic.

You can get a shuttle to the 27-hole, world-class golf course that is a seashell's throw away.

Did someone say water sports? Dive into kayaking, canoeing, water bikes, sunfish sailing and more.

On land, you can get busy with archery, tennis courts & beach volleyball.

24-hour medical service, should you trip on a coconut or have any other mishap.

Available Amenities

  • Tour Assistance
  • Business Center ($)
  • Casino ($)
  • Babysitting/Child Care ($)
  • Children's Activities
  • Children's Pool
  • Concierge Services
  • Golf Course ($)
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kayaks
  • Kids Club
  • Nightly Entertainment
  • Playground
  • Snorkeling
  • Swim-Up Bar(s)
  • Internet Access ($)
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • Shuttle Service
  • Windsurfing
  • Sailing
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • 24 Hour All-Inclusive
  • Sauna
  • Parking
  • Archery
  • Medical Services ($)
  • Game Room
  • Arcade
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Massage ($)
  • Canoes
  • Yoga
  • Wedding Services ($)
  • 13 Bars/Lounges
  • 13 Restaurants
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Wireless Internet Access ($)
  • Fitness Center
  • Introductory Scuba Lesson
  • Beauty Salon ($)
  • Freshwater Swimming Pool(s)
  • Banquet Facilities ($)
  • Conference Facilities


Nearby Excursions & Attractions

  • Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Shopping
  • Water-Skiing

Map of Local Area

The Dominican Republic continues to grow as a major tourist destination due to its beautiful beaches, rich culture, and abundance of available activities.

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Hotel Description

The Level at Melia Caribe Tropical: All-Inclusive Over-the-Top Beach Eden

Luxury on steroids on a white sandy beach. Dangerously good adult beverages. An elite section for adults-only. A more jovial section for families. Off-the-charts gourmet cuisine. Private beaches, water sports, nightly entertainment and a casino. This list is getting lengthy, but you get the idea: it's an all-inclusive, sparkling world of beach bliss.

At Melia, the memories begin when you arrive.

THE LEVEL Adults Only Services:

  • Exclusive THE LEVEL beach
  • Exclusive THE LEVEL pool
  • Access to the exclusive Quatro restaurant for The Level Adults Only
  • Private check in/check out
  • Guest Host service
  • Room service from 7:00am to 11:00pm
  • Experience menu
  • VIP lounge offering daily continental breakfast; free Internet, newspapers, coffee and tea service, premium beverages, liquors and hors d'oeuvres throughout the day
  • Preferred reservations for a la carte restaurant reservations

THE LEVEL SECTION For Families.:

  • Exclusive THE LEVEL beach
  • Exclusive THE LEVEL pool
  • Access to dining at GABI Club
  • Private check in/check out
  • Guest Host service
  • Room service from 7:00am to 11:00pm
  • Experience menu
  • VIP lounge offering daily continental breakfast. Free Internet, newspapers, coffee and tea service, premium beverages, liquors and hors d'oeuvres throughout the day


DINING

Grubberies galore. 13, in fact. Asian and Italian. Dominican and French. Tex-Mex and Mediterranean. It's a global party in your mouth.

Gabi
Type: International
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 6:30am-11am; lunch - daily, 12:30pm-4pm; dinner - daily, 6pm-11pm.
Description: Includes a buffet offering international favorites and a la carte specialties.

Cuatro
Type: International
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-11am; lunch - daily, 12:30pm-4pm; dinner - daily, 6pm-11:30pm
Description:Breakfast buffet with lunch served a la carte. Dinner buffet with choice of 4 items and a la carte specialties.

La Pagoda
Type: Asian
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description: A la carte restaurant specializing in Asian fusion cuisine. Enjoy dishes with Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese influences.

La Gondola
Type: Italian
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description: A la carte restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine made with the freshest ingredients.

Market Place
Type: International
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-10:30am; lunch - daily, 12pm-3:30pm; dinner - daily, 6pm-10:30pm.
Description: Buffet with show cooking stations, offering salads, fresh vegetables, fish and seasonal meat. Gluten free options are available..

Le Gourmet
Type: International
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description:A la carte restaurant offering internationally inspired delicacies.

Hacienda
Type: Tex-Mex
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description: Stop by and enjoy some Tex-Mex favorites served a la carte.

American Grill
Type:American
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description: Offering a variety of American specialty items and classics.

Guarapo
Type: Dominican
Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm
Description: A la carte restaurant specializing in Dominican cuisine.

Ma Maison
Type: French
Hours: Daily, 7am-11pm
Description: A la carte restaurant offering French favorites in a relaxed atmosphere.

Capri
Type: Mediterranean
Hours: Daily, 6pm-9pm
Description: Mediterranean specialties served a la carte.

Hokkaido
Type: Asian
Hours: Daily, 7am-11pm
Description:Offering delicious Asian fusion cuisine that mixes Teppanyaki and Sushi.

Grill Agora
Type:International
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-11am; lunch - daily, 12:30pm-3:30pm; snacks - daily, 11:30am-12:30pm & 3:30pm-6pm
Description: Buffet offering international favorites in a tropical setting.

All hours are subject to change.



BARS/NIGHTLIFE

There are 13 of these babies to check out so put on your party pants. Rockin' swim-up bars and one on the beach. There's even a weekly Ibiza party at one hot spot. Get ready to rumble.

Lobby Bars
Two bars are located in the Caribe and Tropical lobbies. The Caribe bar is open daily from 9am-1am, and the Tropical bar is open daily from 9am-5pm.

Pool Bars
Each of the two large pools has a swim-up bar. Daily, 9am-7pm.

Agora Grill Bar
Open daily.

Sports Bar
Adjacent to the casino. Daily, 7pm-2am.

Hall Bar
Open daily.

Square Lounge
Open daily.

Avenue Bar
Hosts a weekly Ibiza party. Daily, 4:30pm-12am.

Cuatro Lounge
Open daily.

Fun Pub
An additional bar in the Tropical lobby. Daily, 8pm-2am.

GABI Club Bar
The exclusive chill-out club, a la carte contemporary Cuisine for Royal Service guests only, features chic but casual elegance where bar, restaurant and pool come together in a unique harmony. Every day and every night people come to mingle, to meet, feel the beat. Have a drink. Catch the groove. And experience new emotions in a fashion-forward ambiance. Additional charge applies. Serves drinks daily from 12:30pm-4pm, and also during the nightly dinner service.
Dress code: Men must wear long pants. No shorts, sandals, or tank tops.

The LEVEL Beach Bar
Open daily.



BEACHES AND POOLS

Hold on to something because you'll likely swoon when you see this legendary, white-sand beach. For more cooling off, you can hit one of ten pools, two of which are free-form with swim-up bars and boast 12-person, cool-water spas. (That's a party.) Your little ones even have two pools of their own. Was that applause we just heard?

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES

Water

  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Windsurfing
  • Water bikes
  • Snorkeling
  • Sunfish sailing
  • Diving lessons

Land

  • Fitness center
  • Tennis
  • Climbing wall

Golf
A world-class golf course is right across the street. The 27-hole, world-class championship golf course Cocotal Golf & Country Club, is right across the street. Tickets must be requested upon arrival at registration area. A shuttle to the golf course is available.



INTERNET

Melia Caribe features a business center with Internet access and Wi-Fi in the lobby.

SPA SERVICES

YHI wellness center is ready and equipped with a spa to relieve the stresses and a fitness center to keep you in the game.
Treatments include:
  • Whirlpools and other hydrotherapy choices
  • Cleansing saunas and steam baths
  • Invigorating showers
  • Massages
  • Facials


WEDDING SERVICES

The LEVEL at Melia Caribe Tropical offers a variety of wedding, honeymoon and anniversary packages.

CHILD CARE

The hotel's Flintstones Land has daily activities and meals for children. Kid's Clubs are available for age groups ranging from infants and toddlers through kids and tweens from 10am-5pm. Parents must provide diapers and formula for children in the Baby Rock Club (4 months to 4 years old).

The Flintstones have found the perfect place for their holidays: they are staying with your family. Your kids can explore the Yabba-Dabba-Doo bazaar, gardens and swimming pools just like those Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty enjoyed.



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Location
Melia Caribe is located on the beach 15 minutes from Plaza Bavaro (shopping), 20 minutes from Manati Park (eco-park with dolphin encounters) and 60 minutes from Higuey. The Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) is approximately a 20-minute drive from the resort.

Minimum Stay
A 4-night minimum stay is required for all travel between February 17, 2017-February 25, 2017, April 8, 2017-April 15, 2017.

Holy Week
In observance of Holy Week, some resorts in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Costa Rica may put limits on the use of motorized water sports, and loud music.

Water Advisory
The resort purifies water but recommends drinking bottled water provided in a refrigerator.

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