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Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa

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Relaxation at Dreams

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Relaxation at Dreams - Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa. Copyright Dreams La Romana Resort.

Time spent at Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa on the sun drenched southeast coast of the Dominican Republic is an unforgettable adventure for singles, couples and families.

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Here, you'll discover a tranquil world that gives you one of nature's most pristine beaches, a sea of vivid turquoise and most importantly, the special feeling of being welcomed as a most honored with all attendant privileges of Unlimited-Luxury® — where everything is included

You will be transformed by the calming power of the tropical jungle and palm lined beach that borders your vacation hideaway. Lounging by our large crystalline pools, or wandering among our tropical gardens, you'll soon feel time and tension melt away.

Your room or suite is family-sized and filled with luxury amenities for your utmost comfort and convenience. Step onto your private balcony or terrace for stunning views of the azure Caribbean, lush gardens or lovely pools. The views are postcard perfect. Enjoy a cool beverage from your daily refreshed mini-bar. Relax with satellite TV. Take a nap. The bath area is a spacious and stocked with personal comforts.

Your Unlimited-Luxury® experience means unlimited gourmet dining. Eight internationally specialized restaurants serve luscious fare in stunning outdoor and indoor settings. No reservations, wristbands or coupons are required.

Maybe you'll try kayaking. Go snorkeling. Take a scuba lesson. Ride a horse. Play tennis. Nearby there's Altos de Chavon, the magnificent re-creation of a 16th century Mediterranean village and ancient cave explorations on Saona Island. Here are some more choices for you.

Our beautiful, full service spa offers a complete menu of hydrotherapies and other rejuvenating and restorative treatments to refresh, renew and invigorate your body and soul. Our expert staff is happy to advise and recommend personalized treatments.

Google Reviews

About Google Reviews: recently Google has converted their review system to require reviewers to have a proper, identifiable Google+ profile. This is a good thing, as it tends to cut down on bad reviews, both from people unwilling to stand behind their comments and fake positive reviews from the businesses themselves. Old, pre-Google+ reviews are still in the system, and will appear below as written by "A Google User". More info from Google is here.

Review date:   January 17, 2018 7:31PM
Review:   Excellent beach for "people who don't like waves", food is good, not great, mostly because it cater to several hundreds people at a time and quality suffer. Seafood would go dry and steak will be on medium-well side. For big parties it is better to go to buffet or prepare to wait longer than what you expected in US in local restaurants. Gym is small and outdated with some rusted equipment. Entertainment is very good with live bands, singers, dancers, acrobats. The service stuff is very helpful but many don't speak/understand English. The rooms (building 3) had mold and need a makeover. WIFI is not working when there are too many people. In any case (when you complain) they are really trying to accommodate you. Overall is a good place for a week.
Author:   Vadim Notkin
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Review date:   January 27, 2018 1:44PM
Review:   An all inclusive resort that caters for most of your needs ranging from food, beverage to wellness. There are many activities on offer from tours, yoga ,scuba diving and then there are really good facilities for children of various ages when you need some "own" time. You may get involved in different sales promotions that attempt to get you on board for regular holidays within the same group of companies.
Author:   Kristian Usic
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Review date:   February 1, 2018 2:28AM
Review:   Super nice resort. They are not kidding when they say luxury in their advertising. The 9 theme restaurants that they have are excellent, my favorite was the Grill by the Sea. The buffet is the only place were I believe they have to work a little bit, their grill meat at the buffet is terrible compare to the one they serve at the Seaside Grill. And don't get me started with the selection of "juices" please this is a tropical country the juices should be good. But all in all I will give this resort an 8 out of 10.
Author:   Julio Muñoz
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Review date:   December 17, 2017 5:42PM
Review:   Pretty good place, kept well. Some rooms don't have an updated bathroom yet, but are cleaned every day. You can't drink the tap water, so brushing teeth is done with bottled water. Good food with a variety of restaurants and a buffet so you will find something to eat. Nice beach but not a lot of shade.
Author:   Jason W
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Review date:   February 16, 2018 2:38PM
Review:   The only thing that upset me was when a worker came and took my sun chair. He said if nobody was using or on the chair that he could take it for someone else. (he probably got a good tip to get someone a chair.) My daughter argued with him but he would not listen. It just so happens that. I am 100% disabled and cannot walk far or stay in the sun too long. So I was going back and forth from our room which was poolside to my sun chair by the pool. Well thanks to the worker, I spent most of. The rest of the day on my too. Doug Waldhoff
Author:   Douglas Waldhoff
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