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Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa in La Romana, Dominican Republic

As you make your way to Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa, a blanket of blue comes into focus as you approach this seaside sanctuary. This is paradise, Dominican Republic style, where families and couples can reacquaint and singles can mingle with like-minded guests. The collection of rooms and suites, with canopied beds draped in luxe fabrics and beverage refrigerators stocked with a stash of complimentary drinks, are capsules of luxury. But it is the resort's signature Unlimited-Luxury®, program, a concept where just about everything is included, that truly dazzles even the most seasoned resort aficionados. Food and beverages, activities and recreational equipment, entertainment and clubs for kids and teens are all included in your stay.

When it comes to dining and imbibing, there are an overwhelming number of restaurants and lounges where casual-to-elegant food and drink are presented in an array of indoor and outdoor settings. Your dining options continue off-site with the Sip, Savor & See Dining Experience where you can enjoy dinner and live entertainment at nearby participating resorts as well. Give the kids a bit of independence by enrolling them in programmed activities, while you surprise your loved one with a romantic moonlit dinner on the beach. Arrange for a massage for two at the spa then retreat to your room for a nightcap. There are plenty of activities for the entire family to enjoy, from beach water sports and poolside pleasures to movies beneath the stars and live entertainment. A trip to Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa requires little effort on your part as every amenity has been anticipated and put in place prior to your arrival.

Location of Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa

Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa
Playa Bayahibe, PO Box 80
La Romana, Dominican Republic

Nearest Airport: LRM

Amenities for Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa

  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Cafe
  • 7 Bars
  • 10 Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Casino
  • Fitness Center
  • Tennis Courts
  • 3 Pools
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Kayaking
  • Windsurfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Teen Club
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The rooms are ok. The food is ok. The pools are ok. The beach is ok. The problem for me is that when I spend almost £4000 on a holiday, I want a bit more than 'ok'. I'm at the hotel now, and I have another 8 nights to go, and I'm kind of hoping they'll go by quickly. There's nothing especially wrong (although the weather is dreadful, which obviously isn't the fault of the hotel) but everything is just very average. I've stayed in far nicer resorts, with nicer facilities, better food, bigger pools, cleaner beaches, much much closer to home, and a far lower cost. We came here for something a bit special for our 20th anniversary, but unfortunately, it hasn't lived up to its reputation or its hype or (in my opinion) most of the positive reviews. It's a long way to travel (from the UK) for something mediocre, and it's very expensive for what it is. I realise I'm in the minority as most of the people who review it really like it, but I can only tell you that for us, it's been a very expensive disappointment. Like most people, we opted for the Premium Club or whatever it's called, and I'm pleased I did, but not because of what you get. Instead, I'd have been extremely annoyed by the things you DONT get when you don't opt for it, and how I'd feel like a second class citizen. The whole hotel revolves around the Premium Club, and people who haven't upgraded can't do this, can't do that, can't go here, can't go there, and the segregation is VERY in your face. Dreams certainly isn't a nightmare, it's just not the dream or the fantasy most people have when they think of holidays in the Caribbean, and I say that on my own behalf, but also having spoken to other guests at the hotel who felt the same. It's very mass market, very 'get them in and get them out'. So would I came here again? Absolutely no chance. Would I recommend it to others? Hard to say, because everyone has different hopes and past experiences to compare it to. I certainly wouldn't try to convince someone to come here, and I'd probably point them in a completely different direction, especially if they want luxury, great food and guaranteed good weather.

tropic51 - Cheshire, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

If you're looking for a relaxing get away, this is where you would want to be. I was amazed as soon as I entered the main lobby and was greeted with huge smiles and grabbed a Piña Colada BEFORE CHECKING IN ! :D this nice lady named Ingrid was very nice to me when I needed help finding the dining center; she took me all the way there even though she didn't have too. A nice gentleman named Marlen was very kind to me whenever I saw him. Angie never failed to make me laugh. She was so kind just like any other employee there. It's not just the environment that makes this hotel great, it's the people as well. I love how interactive the employees where and it's something very unique compared to other hotels.

Henry S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We are a wedding party of 14 people who have just come to the end of our week trip where my sister got married. Honestly, cannot fault the actual hotel itself, the grounds, the rooms and the food are lovely. However , there was a few things that really let the hotel down, and that was mostly the way it was ran and the stupid rules that they impose on you. When we got here after our 10 hour flight, we got to the hotel and we had to wait another hour and a half before our room was ready (baring in mind it was 4pm when got here, they honestly would not rush to put you out if you were on fire over here, seriously!!!) secondly, between our party we had spent around £30,000 including the wedding, and they decided to upgrade half of the party to a privileged stay and leave half of us unprivileged (no idea why). When we tried to be together as a family in one of the privilege pools, the rudest spanish pool monitor or whatever he was came over and started shouting at half of the family very rudely to move because we weren't privileged! Also, when we went for evening meals, of course we wanted to sit as a family, but for some reason they tried to make us sit on separate tables, and when we asked to push the tables together they would simply say ' not possible' in every single restaurant. Why on earth would you come on holiday and pay thousands of pounds to spend time with each other and NOT be able to sit together, absolutely ridiculous. We ended up having to complain for about 10 minutes before dinner every night before they got bored of arguing and finally moved the tables together, which took 10 seconds. Some of the staff are really miserable, Picasso was our favourite. The service was reaaaaallly slow, on our final night , we booked a table at the Asian restaurant, and it took an hour to bring out our dessert so we just ended up walking out, not big on customer service here at all. Having said that, it was an absolutely stunning holiday and the activities they have going on throughout the day are great for kids and adults. The buffet restaurant food is actually nicer that most of the restaurants here, really stunning! Lovely little Starbucks like cafe which is also great , Dominican Republic is beautiful.

Shelley H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We stayed in the preferred club adult only with my wife and from the very first minute we arrived to the last everything has been brilliant, the service is excellent and always smiling staff who is ready to help !! A special thanks to Meybi/Junior and Johnny very professional, friendly and kind people, he made every stay at the adult only pool a very good moment. The room are spacious and clean and again the staff is very professional and efficient with very nice and polite. Having the choice of 7 restaurants is also very appreciated because the range of choices is great. The food quality is good. The Spa is very good as well. There is many things more we could say but it's one of this places where you want to go back before you leave, once your in the plane and even three weeks after returning. We didn't go with our kids but it would definitively be a very good place for them without a doubt because of the number activities, the number of pools, the beach near by. The mix of tourist is also good as many nationalities are mixed gives a good atmosphere I think. We did do any excursion but Bayahibe offers a good choice of sea or inland or historical activities. On a the could do better side, I think you should contribute to clean the surroundings of the hotel as there is a lot of plastics on the beach and as corporate citizenship I think it's important. Thanks a hotel to the hotel staff and the management as this hotel is clearly well managed. See you soon I hope

Mactreno1 - Brussels, Belgium

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

our visit was awesome, good price, excellent food, quiet beach, great staff and service, rooms outdated but clean! we would recommend it to any family with small children or couples..not alot for teens and young adults...too quiet of beach. over all the the experience would bring us back!

Nicki B

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