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Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa

Dominican Republic - Punta Cana

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Dreaming of sipping fruity cocktails, maybe with cute umbrellas, and ocean views for miles? Yea, we thought so. You need ... More

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"Good morning. om behalf of my wife my son and myself i am emiling you our reviews on how our trip was spent. We wil like to say that for the 6 days we were at the resort we spend a wonderful time. Fro..." – DASS
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"Good morning. om behalf of my wife my son and myself i am emiling you our reviews on how our trip was spent. We wil like to say that for the 6 days we were at the resort we spend a wonderful time. Fro..." – DASS
68 out of 107 (64%) customers would recommend this product to a friend.
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June 16, 2017
Fabulous time!!!

I stayed at the Grand Palladium Bavaro June 6 - June 13, 2017 with my 19 year old daughter and we were in a Junior Deluxe Suite in Building 18 (Room 1823). We were just a couple of buildings away from the beach and not too far from the pool and the main lobby. They were doing construction all around us but I can honestly say that I never heard it unless I went out on my balcony I truly have nothing negative to say about the entire trip. We had an absolutely fabulous time! Every single person we encountered was awesome. The entertainment staff goes out of their way to get to know, remember your name and get you involved. While we were there Gasolina and Mami's Boy were two that really stuck out to us. They kept us laughing the entire time and were so nice!The bartenders at the Bavaro swim up pool bar and the beach bar were phenomenal, especially Carlos and Juan as was Iris who was one of the bartenders at the Disco. The food was delicious everywhere we went, with the exception of Tapeo, the Spanish Tapas restaurant at Bavaro. It's not that it was bad, it just wasn't to our liking and it's the only restaurant that we had an issue with having a long wait to get served after we sat down (about 15 minutes went by before the waiter came over to even take our drink order). We had breakfast mostly at "La Catedral", the buffet restaurant off the main lobby at the Bavaro resort and we had dinner there a few times as well and everything was good every time we went. We had lunch mainly at the Arrecife Buffet between the beach and the pool at the Bavaro. Again, great selection and the food was always good. The LasTorres" buffet Restaurant at the Palace had excellent food for a buffet when we went there for dinner. The Brazilian restaurant Rodizio at the Punta Cana was phenomenal! The turkey was a little dry, but the grilled Pineapple prepared with cinnamon and honey was just out of this world! We enjoyed La Adelita, the Mexican restaurant so much that we went back there for dinner 2 nights. The "Salad Bar" had a great selection of different things to try and the tamales were awesome as was the Pico de Gallo, but be warned that the regular red salsa they have is VERY spicy. We had the Mole Chicken and the Flank Steak and both were really good. We wanted to try La Parrilla Restaurant, which is the steak house at the Punta Cana. Unfortunately, even though they're open until 10 pm, we got there at 8 and all the waiting list was already full. We were told afterwards that you really need to get there no later than 6:30 to put your name in to get a spot.as they don't take reservations Although there is definitely some "chair saving" that goes on at the pools and the beach, there was never a time that we went to either and were not able to find a chair. It's usually the ones under the palapa's that are taken early in the morning. Our Amstar tour representative, Jose was awesome too. We were a bit leery about going to at 10 am for a "presentation" the day after we arrived, but it's totally worth it. He let us know everything about the resorts, what to do and what to look out for and we did end up booking two excursions with them, one was totally free and took us to a place where they have make cigars, coffee, rum and chocolate and you can sample all four and of course purchase stuff as well. Everything there was MUCH cheaper than it was at the resort. We also did the Saona Island VIP tour which I highly recommend. It's a long day, about 7:30 am - 7:30 pm, but it was terrific and you get to see the Caribbean side of the island near La Romana. We enjoyed our trip so much that we are definitely going to come back again next year!


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From: Old Bridge, NJ
Age: 45-54
Travel: 1-2 trips/year

June 6, 2017
EXCELLENT!

This resort was BEAUTIFUL! We had such an awesome time there! I would have to say the foam party was my absolute favorite while on our stay here. My boyfriend and I went with another couple and we are in our early twenties so we are all about night life and parties, there wasn't much of that here besides the foam party which was during the day. Other than that, the beaches were beautiful, plenty of seating, and really good pina coladas!


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From: Burlington, KY
Age: 19-24

May 16, 2017
HUGE Resort!

Palladium Group offers way more than you can experience at their resorts in the Dominican Republic. This was not our first visit to the Grand Palladium Bavaro in Punta Cana. My wife and I went in 2014 and again this year (2017). In 2014 we went in April and this year in May. The weather both times was beautiful although this year we arrived just after some major rain and there were lots of flooded areas. This didn't really affect much at the resort though. On our first trip we were so impressed with all they had to offer. There simply was not enough time in a 7-day vacation to experience everything. We resolved to come back so we could do and experience more. We came back again and STILL didn't have time to do what all we wanted. The GREAT thing about Palldium at Punta Cana is they have FOUR resorts on one huge property. Each resort has its own restaurants, bars, pools, etc. The buildings are all different too so there is some incentive to stay at each of the resorts. Your wristband allows you to go basically anywhere on the 45-acre property. You can go to any of the various resorts and enjoy any of their various amenities with the exception of VIP. The Royal Turquesa is their Adult Only VIP Resort. You can still go there and enjoy some of the basics but full access is limited to VIP. Upgrade or stay at the Royal Turquesa if you want it all but I can tell you that you really don't need to. There is indeed some nice perks and nice restaurants, ect. for the VIPs but certainly not necessary if you are budget minded. VIPs spend as much time out of their area if not more from what I could tell. BOTH times my wife and I vacationed at Puna Cana we stayed at the Bavaro. We like their buildings better (8-plex villas) and the property, to us, is nicer. That said, we would GLADLY stay at ANY of their resorts. At the Bavaro, they had more than we could even do on either of our trips. Our 2nd trip was like a replay of the first. We liked it so much we just did it all over again except this time we didn't book any excursions so we had more time at the resort but STILL didn't get to every restaurant or bar on just the one resort. I've seen bad ratings for these resorts and even seen/talked to several disappointed people. To that, I say this. If you expect the Ritz, you're not gonna find it here. This is NOT a "High End" establishment as one would define in American terms. The thing that hacks me off about these complaints is that this is a 3rd-World-Country!!! These people are POOR. The ones who live the best lives in this country are the ones who are "lucky enough" to have dedicated themselves to serving YOU! If you come to this country with the right mindset realizing this IS High-End to them and that these people are doing everything they can to serve you and make you happy so that they might be able to scrape out some kind of "living" that back home for us would be well below poverty, THEN you can see the paradise that has been created for you. There is NOTHING at these resorts that the natives have in "their" world. Pay attention on the ride to and from the airport or on your excursions...or even just talk to the people and you will see. Dominicans are a happy people. You have nothing to fear here. All these people want to do is help/serve you. Do not be afraid of venturing out or letting loose. Palldium's resorts at Punta Cana were ALL rated 5-Stars at some point. The Royal still is. It's the PEOPLE that make it Great. It's ignorant & bullheaded GUESTS that make it not. I give 4-Stars and as mentioned would GLADLY stay at ANY of their resorts in Punta Cana. This is a great property. Not perfect but great nonetheless. As to the food?...well I can say there are too many options to give an accurate opinion. We simply did not have enough time in 7 days to experience it all. As for the ones we did, over-all I would say the food is good. Not a lot of complaints other than most food is basic, bland, and lacking in spice. I attribute that to their world-wide attraction though. Too many palates to please. The buffets are great cause you get to pick and try all you want. The genre restaurants are mostly À la carte and evening/dinner only. Fortunately reservations aren't necessary for dinner but 1st come 1st served also means waiting. In most cases it is worth the wait. Of the À la cartes, our favorite was the Steak House. It was closest to what we expected. Spanish, Mexican, and Brazilian were good but still kinda bland for being what it was. I wasn't disappointed in any of the buffets cause as I said, you get to pick and choose and try whatever you want and find what you like. The breakfast buffets are great cause they have several "cooking stations" where they make to order..ie, omletes, crepes, etc. They also have Mimosas...booze with breakfast?...how could you go wrong?...Get started early!...and they are YUM! :P The Sports Bar was so-so but is also the only 24hr place. Only thing I can say about the others is they all "look" good. Bars? Again, we only made it to a few but they were ALL good. We liked the Lobby the best I think cause it's cool & relaxed and you can do a lot of people watching. The pool and beach bars are as expected...no complaints at all. There are concept bars but we really didn't go to any. (walked through one and it was very nice). Near as I could tell, ALL the bars had "Top Shelf" liquors but if that's what you want, make sure to order it by name. Pools? ALL were great and ALL had swim-up bars. There are more pools than the map shows...even a "secret" one. Each resort has their own and they are all different. There is one that has a huge kids area for the little bittys to play, explore & have fun. This same area has a child care facility that is like a castle...very cool. Inside there's all kinds of rooms kids can play and do different things...similar to a pre-school but way cooler. We prefer the beach over the pool but got sun burned so bad we found ourselves at the pool to cool off and enjoy beverages in the shade at the swim up bar. (Met and talked to more people there than anywhere) Beach?...in a word? BEAUTIFUL! The beach itself could be cleaned a little better but clearly they do better than the other resorts. The water is beautiful. We never had red flags on either of our vacations here. Getting in the ocean is a given and it was great. That said, there are some sea weedy areas and unfortunately my wife got stung/pricked by a sea urchin that was in the sea weed. This made for a few bad days for her but the pool helped a lot. Rooms?...How much time do you plan on spending there? They are great rooms but I am sure there are differences at the different resorts. At the Bavaro, I think they are wonderful. HUGE room and separate bathroom with enclosed shower and a huge jacuzzi tub. Our AC ran all day so the room was cool but in the night we had to shut it off cause it got too cold. Lots of people complain about the AC leaking. Ours did...not a lot but it did. Again, realize where you are. It is humid and with AC comes condensation. Throw a towel on the floor and get over it...or turn the AC off. TV was a little iffy but didn't matter. We only used it for white noise to go to sleep. You can find a few English language channels. The fridge was stocked & restocked with a small selection of soda and beer...and your only source of Bottled Water. (Leave a buck and a note for your maid to leave you an extra bottle of water or two...you'll need them) In summary, I can say that this is a GREAT place. Both visits they were doing construction somewhere. It's a huge resort...they're always gonna be working on something. Don't let it get you down. We were literally right next to a full-scale demolition/remodel project. It didn't bother us one bit. Strangely we couldn't hear it in our room. In our bathroom we could but not where the bed was. This is a beautiful place. It is paradise and can be for you if you let it. Don't be afraid to give it a shot. The Palldium has WAY more to offer than ANY other resort in Punta Cana in the simple fact that you get FOUR resorts in one. GOOD LUCK trying to experience it all!...I can guarantee you that you won't. My parting advise to you should you decide to go here is this: On the FIRST day, go to the breakfast buffet at the resort you are staying. After breakfast get on the train that goes around to all the resorts. Get off at each one and explore. Find all the restaurants, pools, & bars. Spend the day checking the whole place out. Then you can make your plans of where you want to go. We did this on our LAST day and were so sad we didn't do it on the first. We found so much that we would've done but missed out on. It may seem strange but do it. If you do it early you'll have plenty of time later to hit the beach or whatever else you want to do. AND you'll KNOW what the place has to offer. ;)


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From: Rapid City, SD
Age: 45-54

May 15, 2017
All Inclusive=All Amazing

By far the best experience my family and I have had at an all inclusive resort. I will say we did not have a language barrier as we are Hispanics so that might be a small issue for other vacationers but it wasn't for us. That aside the service was amazing great hospitality, friendly and out going. No one looked or helped justify tips they were very genuine in their assistance and costumer service. The Resort is very big so there could be times where you have to walk some but they have little shuttle trains and Golf carts that can take you anywhere. Our was very clean and maintained can use some updating but very minor stuff, we were barley in our rooms anyways. The beach was great beautiful tons of cabanas you can use for shade and relaxing and also at the pools as well. Loved the bars in the pools for convenience and appeal. The food was great soo many options from the buffets and a la carta restaurants. We were there only 4 nights so we didn't even get to try every restaurant but the ones we did were high-class tasty food and attentive service. There's nothing I can really complain about or mark down on! We had an amazing time! Recommend recommend. We will be coming back!!


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

Room Information

The Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa's 674 rooms include 124 junior suites, 309 master junior suites, 63 romance suites, 8 swim up junior suites, 8 ocean view loft suites, 108 deluxe junior suites, 48 luxury junior suites and 6 luxury master suites. The romantic atmosphere is accented by wooden furniture and modern decor.

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Junior Suite Master
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Junior Suite Deluxe
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Suite Romance (Adults-Only)
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Junior Suite Luxury
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Family Suite (Available Beginning Dec 21, 2017)
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What's to Love

All-inclusive beachy hot spot on the jaw-dropping Bavaro Beach. Totally worth it.

Spectacular service that spoils you from the moment your flip-flops hit the deck. And, reservations not needed at the restaurants.

Five pools throughout the complex where you can sip and sun and savor this vacay haven.

Cocktail service on the beach and at the pool. Let the drinks come to you, while you sip under the Palapa.

Detoxing at the gym, then being pampered at Zentropia Spa - nothing beats sinking into a Turkish Bath.

Activities galore for you and the fam, including a Kid's Club and a club for the teens.

 

What We'd Change

This is a huge resort, but it has to be if you want all the great features.
 

Why You Should Go

A short zippy ride from the airport to the resort where a Welcome Cocktail awaits you and the party starts.

You've got privileges at the two other resorts in the Palladium Punta Cana complex. Mega bonus.

A palatial sized resort that caters to all your dining whims. Some are spread out, giving you time to explore.

Themed parties throughout the week - like the Foam party on Thursday. Crazy fun.

Buy your tourist card before you leave - saves a step at the airport so you can get beachy faster.

Available Amenities

  • Beach
  • Volleyball
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Casino ($)
  • Children's Activities
  • Daily Maid Service
  • Fitness/Exercise Room
  • Golf Course ($)
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kayaks
  • Kids Club
  • Nightly Entertainment
  • Pool Bar
  • Swimming Pool(s)
  • Windsurfing
  • Spa ($)
  • Wedding Services
  • Archery
  • Mini Golf
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Spanish Lessons
  • Water Polo
  • Ping Pong
  • Nightclub/Disco
  • Billiards
  • Darts
  • Snack Bar
  • Theater
  • Teen Club
  • 15 Bars/Lounges
  • 13 Restaurants
  • Pillow Menu
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Watersports Center
  • Flat Screen Television
  • Pre-Teen Club
  • Alarm Clock/Radio
  • Breakfast Included
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pool Towels (complimentary)
  • Patio
  • Connecting Rooms Available
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Fishing ($)
  • Wireless Internet in lobby
  • Conference Facilities


Nearby Excursions & Attractions

  • Bars and Nightlife
  • Beach
  • Casino(s)
  • Deep-Sea Fishing
  • Dining
  • Fitness Center
  • Golf Course(s)
  • Nightlife
  • Scuba Diving
  • Shopping
  • Snorkeling
  • Spa(s)/ Wellness Center(s)
  • Tennis Courts
  • Volleyball Court(s)
  • Watersports Rentals
  • Windsurfing

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.

Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa

Playa Bavaro, Higuey, Dominican Republic

809-221-8149

Hotel Description

Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa: All-inclusive & Mega-Beachy

Dreaming of sipping fruity cocktails, maybe with cute umbrellas, and ocean views for miles? Yea, we thought so. You need a beachin' spot to perch for a week, and what better place to work on that sultry tan than on Bavaro Beach. Those swaying palms will seriously soothe the soul. Traveling with the fam (they'll love it), with your significant other or by yourself (ah, peace), then this mega-spot has everything. Grab your swimsuit and get ready to dive into relaxation.



DINING

This mecca offers 13 dining options, eight of which are a la carte and the best part - no reservations. With made-to-order steak, Italian favorites, Asian cuisine, delectable Dominican tastes and more, you can feast dusk to dawn plus some. Gluten free menus and allergy sensitive cuisines are also offered. Dig in, beach lovers.

La Adelita Restaurant
Type: Mexican
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: A la carte restaurant serving authentic Mexican dishes
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Tapeo
Type: Spanish
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Dinner service focusing on Spanish tapas, beers and wines
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Bamboo
Type: Asian
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Asian and Indian cuisine on tatami-type tables
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Sumptuori Restaurant
Type: Japanese
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Located in the Grand Palladium Palace lobby and offers a la carte dining with Japanese cuisine specialties.
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Rodizio
Type: Brazilian
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Located in the lobby of the Grand Palladium Punta Cana. Offering a la carte Brazilian cuisine specialties.
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Mare Nostrum
Type: Mediterranean
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Located in front of the lobby of the Grand Palladium Palace. Offering fresh and modern fish and vegetable Mediterranean dishes.
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

Arrecife
Type: International buffet
Hours: Daily, Noon-4pm
Description: International foods include BBQ, pizza, salad, ice cream and more.
Dress code: Informal; No swimsuits and footwear required.

Las Torres
Type: International buffet
Hours: Daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: Located at Grand Palladium Palace. Special show cooking, theme nights and local cuisine.
Dress code: Informal; Shirt or t-shirt with sleeves for gentlemen.

El Behique
Type: International buffet
Hours: Lunch - daily, 1pm-3pm; Dinner - daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: Located at Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa. Special show cooking and theme nights.
Dress code: Informal; Shirt or t-shirt with sleeves for gentlemen.

El Bohio
Type: International buffet
Hours: Daily, 12pm-4pm
Description: International and local foods include BBQ, pizza, pasta, salad, ice cream and more.
Dress code: Informal; No swimsuits and footwear required.

La Catedral
Type: International buffet
Hours: Daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: Offering local plates, international choices, fresh fruit, juices and show cooking.
Dress code: Informal; Shirt or t-shirt with sleeves for gentlemen.

Chef Raffaele
Type: Italian
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Non-smoking and located on the beach at the Grand Palladium Punta Cana. Offers a la carte dining with specialties of traditional Italian cuisine. Air conditioning and outside terrace.
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

La Parrilla
Type: Steakhouse
Hours: Daily, 6pm-10pm
Description: Non smoking and located on the beach at the Grand Palladium Punta Cana. Offers a la carte dining with steak and meat specialties. Air conditioning and outside terrace.
Dress code: Formal; Long trousers and shirt or T-shirt with long or short sleeves for gentlemen 12 years and older.

All hours are subject to change.



BARS/NIGHTLIFE

This cocktail sipping paradise is surrounding by swaying palms, white sands and lots of sunshine. Good thing bar tenders are on tap to serve up whatever your heart desires. All day. Every day. Cheers.

Lobby Bar Caoba
Lobby bar. Daily, 9am-1am

Lobby Bar Guayacan
Lobby bar. Daily, 9am-1am

Swim Up Barahona
Swim-up bar. Daily, 10am-6pm

Kiosko Playa
Kiosk bar, 5 locations along the beach. Daily, 10am-5pm

Hemingway Bar
Cocktail bar. Tea time from 5pm-6pm with cakes. Reading corner and table games. Smoking area outside. Live piano music, variety of pastries, cakes, and a special coffee menu. Special selection of top shelf liquors. Daily, 5pm-midnight.

Sports Bar
Open 24 hours



BEACHES AND POOLS

An epic utopia with five lake-style pools (one for adults) sprinkled throughout the Palladium complex, where you can sun in style. And just a few barefoot steps away is the Dominican Republic's claim to fame - white sands, palm studded shores and the prettiest hue of blue-turquoise waters. Find a Palapa and settle in. Beach dreams like this don't happen everyday.

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES

Water

  • Catamaran
  • Windsurfing
  • Kayaking
  • Water polo
  • Aqua gym

Land

  • Fitness center
  • Tennis
  • Mini golf
  • Archery
  • Darts
  • Billiards
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton
  • Paddle courts
  • Pentanque courts

Golf
The 18-hole golf course at Barcelo Bavaro Beach Resort is next to and a very short drive from the Grand Palladium Palace Resort.



INTERNET

Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in the lobby area and guestrooms.

SPA SERVICES

The Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness spa is located at the Grand Palladium Palace. Guests may use the wet areas of the spa for a fee or have the fee waived by booking a spa appointment. Beauty treatments and massage are available for an extra charge. Spa services are available to guests 18 years old or older.

Features include:
  • Gym
  • Sauna
  • Jacuzzi
  • Vapor baths


WEDDING/HONEYMOON

Honeymoon packages include complimentary gifts and a voucher for a romantic a la carte dinner. Please contact the resort directly for more information.

CHILD CARE

The kids' club offers entertainment and activities for younger guests. The Mini Club, for children from 4 to 12 years, is open from 9am-11pm. The Black & White Junior's Club, for young people between 13 and 21 years, is open from 10am-11pm.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Location
Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa is located 30 minutes from Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) and 90 minutes from La Romana Airport (LRM).

Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 3pm. Check-out: 12pm.
A valid credit card may be required upon check in for possible incidentals not included in your hotel reservation.

Minimum Stay
A 3-night minimum stay is required for travel Dec 21, 2016-Apr 30, 2017, Jun 16-17, 23-24, 2017, Nov 4-6, 2017 and Dec 24, 2017-Jan 2, 2018.

Stay at 1 - Play at 3
Guests staying at the Grand Palladium Bavaro have use of the facilities at the Grand Palladium Punta Cana and the Grand Palladium Palace, excluding those of the "adults only" Royal Suites Turquesa. Only Royal Suites guests have access to the Royal Suites facilities.

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.

Non-Smoking Policy
All air-conditioned a la carte restaurants at the Grand Palladium Resorts in Punta Cana, Riviera Maya and Puerto Vallarta operate as non-smoking facilities. Smoking sections remain available at the open-air restaurants.

Resort Update
Palladium Hotels & Resorts has announced plans to upgrade its Punta Cana resort area throughout 2017. Upgrades will take place from May 2, 2017 through December 1, 2017 and will be conducted in such a way as to not interrupt guests' experience.

Below are the upgrades that will take place:

ACCOMMODATIONS - Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa
-Rooms will undergo a complete transformation from May 2 through November 2, 2017. These 280 guestrooms will be updated with new furniture and decor as well has renovated bathrooms and terraces.

LOBBY - Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa
-The lobby will be receiving a complete facelift from June 1 through October 15, 2017.

ACCOMMODATIONS - Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa
-From May 15 through September 15, 2017 several rooms in buildings 17, 18, and 19 will be closed as guestrooms are renovated.

POOLS
-The Behique pool along with the Pirate Ship Kid's swimming pool will be closed from August 1 through October 15, 2017. During this time, all guests will have access to the following swimming pools: UVA Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa), Bavaro Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa) & the Palace Swimming Pool & Adult Swimming Pool (Grand Palladium Palace Resort Spa & Casino).

FOOD & BEVERAGE
-Behique Buffet Restaurant (Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa): Will be closed for renovations from August 1 through October 1, 2017.
-Sumptuori Restaurant (Grand Palladium Palace Resort Spa & Casino): Will be closed for renovations from August 1 through December 1, 2017.
-Hemingway Cocktail Bar (Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa): Will be permanently closed on June 1 and will reopen on October 1, 2017 as a new Brazilian themed a la carte restaurant that will be called Rodizio.
-Beach Club (The Royal Suites Turquesa): This will be an exclusive new addition to The Royal Suites Turquesa. Construction will take place from July 1 through December 1, 2017.



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Junior Suite Master
5 days, 4 nights
Travel Dates 6/23 - 8/20
Starting at $839 was $1409
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Limited availability based on departure city and travel dates.

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6 days, 5 nights
Travel Dates 8/21 - 10/31
Starting at $809 was $1419
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Limited availability based on departure city and travel dates.

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6 days, 5 nights
Travel Dates 11/1 - 12/23
Starting at $879 was $1559
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Limited availability based on departure city and travel dates.

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6 days, 5 nights
Travel Dates 2/1 - 4/1
Starting at $1409 was $1739
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Limited availability based on departure city and travel dates.

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Family Suite More
6 days, 5 nights
Travel Dates 2/1 - 4/1
Starting at $2809 was $3239
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Limited availability based on departure city and travel dates.

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