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May 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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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 17 hours ago

I'm a bit behind at writing a review but OMG this place is absolutely amazing. If you can upgrade to Adult Only Club Preferd I highly recommend. We were waited on hand & food, all staff very pleasant & cant do enough for you. Plenty of pool areas with beds. Drinks & all cocktails fabulous. You definitely won't get bored of the food as there's so much choice of where to eat & no booking required. We had such an amazing time.

Tropic_Tish - Preston


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 23 hours ago

Bienvenido... he was the best waiter during our stay.in the International Cafe..very friendly on top of his game as far as service...made us feel very much at home on our second trip to this resort....😀👍

A2582SYjamesh - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Lived this resort! Traveled with my 12 year old son and he had an awesome time. He spent all of his time at the core zone or on the iceburg in the pool. He mad tons of friends. Had a partial ocean view pay the extra it's worth it. We were only a few steps from the beach. Tons of activities going on all day. Gorgeous beach. The drinks were the best of any all inclusive I've been too. As with a by all inclusive the food was ok I wasn't overly impressed anywhere I ate. I would definitely return to this location. Staff members very friendly and everything was very clean. Disappointed the ocean trampoline wasn't out the entire week we were there. Water was definitely calm enough and not a drop if rain the whole week. Bring lots of sunscreen sun is very strong. Onsite store is overpriced but watch for 40% off sale they offered one night of our stay. Vendors around pool very pushy thought the hotel should of monitored this closer.

Jennifer C


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This is a very personalised review, and I'm very tired as I write this, so please do feel free to take it or leave it. The staff are welcoming and overall are friendly - though not quite up to the extremely high standard set by staff at Secrets in Jamaica I have to say. The standard hotel facilities are not great, before I upgraded to be one of the 'orange towel' brigade, the bath/shower room was pretty grotty and a bit less than clean (with clumps of hair underfoot). I decided to take the plunge and upgrade to the premium rooms (adults only, with access to an adults only pool and adults only beach area). It was worth it, for the nicer room and the general peace and quiet, save for a few groups of ridiculously loud Canadians who were attending a wedding, who were so loud I actually had to pack up and move my things a couple of times while on the beach and by the (adults only) pool - humbug. I should say I have always loved every single Canadian person I've come across (both in Canada and elsewhere), so maybe I was just unlucky, and I certainly don't tar all Canadians with the same brush (for fear that they justifiably point to 'Brits abroad'). The beach is very crowded, but the sea pleasant. There are lots of people who put their towels out first thing, then go back to bed or something for most of the day - this annoyed me but there was usually still a good spot available if you looked and weren't too attached to a particular spot. We are creatures of habit, but first world problems and all that. The food in the Olio restaurant (also adults only) was very good, especially at lunchtime. There was also a daily special being served in the bare foot restaurant on the beach itself, which was fun. The food in the others restaurants was decidedly mixed, with a particularly awful meal being served in the oriental restaurant. These really need an overhaul/refresh. The general buffet style eating area provided a good breakfast: pancakes, crepes, good selection of fruit, yoghurt, smoked salmon and cream cheese, toasted bagels, omelettes, cereals, and various other things. You won't go hungry here. Tip: if you like smoking cigars (or cigarettes I guess), take your own. The pushy sales tactics at the cigar shop here are not what you might expect from a respectable hotel, and the prices are predictably excessive. The weather was very mixed during my brief stay (I went for a week from 18-25 April 2017), but plenty of sunny spells. This hotel is in the part of the island that touches the Caribbean sea - and the sea is warm but I definitely didn't find it as warm as you might find in, for example, the Cayman Islands, Cozumel or even Jamaica. It takes a few mins to work up to it (again... first world problems!) All in all, it was a nice holiday. For the money, I'd still stretch that little bit further and find a good deal to Secrets in Jamaica (better beaches, nicer accommodation, friendly staff, etc), or do something totally different, but if you're in the market for an 'all inclusive' holiday in the Dom Rep, and want to stay in the Caribbean bit, this was not a bad holiday at all.

GeraintLT - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

A long review but have tried to cover as much as possible!! Just returned from 11 nights at the Dream Romana hotel. A lovely hotel with fabulous gardens and flamingos. Was lovely to walk around, beautifully kept and so clean and tidy. I have to say the staff were so friendly, nothing was too much trouble. Ariel at the INfinity pool was amazing, he looked after us every day bringing us drinks and bottles of water and chatted, such a lovely man. Our room was lovely, we had a large, comfy bed, plenty of wardrobe space, great walk in shower and soft fluffy towels. Room cleaned and tidied every day. There are plenty of restaurants, the main world buffet was the largest I have ever seen, so much choice at all mealtimes, with plenty of fresh fruit, veg, smoothies etc. You had to use hand sanitiser everytime you went into the restaurants which I thought was a good idea to cut down on germs and bugs. Some of the other restaurants were a bit hit and miss. I felt they just lacked something, sometimes the food was a bit bland and the service slow, but other days it was excellent. The beef tenderloin at the Oceana restaurant was fabulous. On the whole the food was very good, the japanese was excellent. The main issue is the dress code!!! In the Italian and French restaurants Men have to wear long trousers and closed shoes -( who wants to wear those when its so hot and humid?) ladies could wear anything , (except flip flops ) and men could go into the restaurants with scruffy jeans and trainers but we were turned away when my husband had long cream chinos on, a lovely shirt and dress sandals ( his toes peeped out a little bit) . We complained to concierge and they arranged for us to have the italian meal served the next night at the grillhouse restaurant. They have a slightly more relaxed dress code. This really does need looking at as it is discrimination! You need to get to the restaurants fairly early as they soon fill up. You dont have to reserve though so you can decide in the evening where you want to eat. This was really good. The coffee shop is amazing and free! The selection of cakes and pastries ..... omg just fab, we had to steer clear as we wouldhave eaten them every day. The pools were lovely and cold and plenty of sunbeds - I did find them uncomfortable though, just mesh So not great after an hour or two. Pool staff were good at finding an umbrella for you too. If you left your towels for too long they were taken away which I agree with but on some days you would pop to get a drink/ fruit or a snack, come back and they had gone. This became a bit annoying!! The beach had loads of beds too and plenty of palm trees and shade. There was a lovely lady in a boat on the beach who spent a few hrs cutting up fruit for you to help yourself to. This was great in the middle of the day and she was so friendly. Lots of organised games, zumba, volleyball, football etc if you want to join in with the animation team, so great for teenagers and families. Evening entertainment was not great, the magician and the circus were good but the rest was poor so we didnt stay long at those and the entertainment was in the convention room. It was out of the way , cold and not very appealing, the beer was awful there too. We used to sit in the main bar and talk to other guests or play cards. We read reviews about preferred guests. We dont know why anyone would pay for this or what you actually got, except orange towels , a separate pool and separate area on the beach. We didnt want for anything and we were just ' normal guests'. So although there are a few negatives this really was a lovely relaxing holiday and the boat trip to Saona Island was well worth it too. So many thanks to the manager and his staff for making our holiday so relaxing and looking after us so well.

Stringh - Healing, United Kingdom


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