April 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Sivory Punta Cana in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
This boutique destination on the Dominican Republic’s gold coast offers all the amenities of a big resort, but on an intimate scale. Sivoy Punta Cana's secluded beach location gives guests a retreat from reality, but it is nevertheless worldly: the staff serves you champagne upon arrival by helicopter (if you choose), and the wine cellar stocks 200+ vintages. Birds, crabs, turtles and flsh thrive here.
Start your day in the Aquarea complex with a multi-station spa circuit that leads you through the Jacuzzi, steam room, ice fountain, sauna, and bucket and cascade showers. Head down to the beach for your windsurfing lesson, followed by a grilled ahi tuna sandwich from the Blu Bar, served as you lounge in a stone chaise immersed in the warm infinity pool. Stroll on the beach at sunset and return to your room through the meditation gardens. End the day at the Gourmond Restaurant, where you can dine on caviar and vintage Champagne at a table for two in the sand.
Location of Sivory Punta Cana
Uvero Alto Road, Playa Sivory, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Nearest Airport: PUJ
Amenities for Sivory Punta Cana
- 25 Suites
- Adults Only
- Private Beach
- Infinity Pool
- Pool Wait Service
- Cigar Lounge
- Wine Cellar
- Afternoon Tea
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Catamaran Excursions
- Wedding Coordinator
Reviews for Sivory Punta Cana
Stayed here for a week on the all-inclusive rate in March. Firstly, this hotel has been acquired by the PortBlue chain from Spain and is in the process of undergoing some positive changes, some of which we witnessed. The hotel is the last hotel on the strip, being 30-45 minutes drive from PUJ; the benefit of this is the complete silence one can hear, other than the birds and the ocean. On one side is undeveloped land, the other side is Zoetry. Sivory has no animation teams, no pumping music, no games....just peace and quiet! This is why we chose this small 55 room all-suite hotel, as we have stayed at the immensely huge, cookie-cutter resorts that go on for miles along the beach. Like I said, the Sivory is in the process of change, with the presence of multiple Managers from Spain, trying to implement PortBlue's standards and level of service. The Staff, in all departments, were truly outstanding ~ very friendly, personable, interested in how your stay is and if there is anything needed to enhance the stay, notably Sandawly, Santiago, Alba and Juan. Every day, the Housekeeper would decorate our bed and bathroom with flowers and make swans/birds out of the towels! The Manager, Christophe, was always visible on the property, and was quick to introduce himself or wish all guests a good morning or afternoon. That said, the rooms were quite large in size, stylishly decorated, and clean. Like most rooms on the DR, our room was needing some minor repair (i.e. some of the grout in the floor ceramics needed replaced, some water damage from leaking roof,), and truly, i've never stayed in a high-turnover hotel that didn't have repair issues. The mini-bar was restocked daily with water, pop, beer, snacks as were the coffee maker items. Truly, the nicest amenity was the complementary coffee service delivered to our room every morning ~ a thermos each of hot coffee, hot milk and juice plus a basket of pastries, placed outside our door at our requested 8am sharp! What an excellent way to start the day by just sitting on the balcony with a nice cup of coffee! They have 3 restaurants being Veranda, Tau and Le Gourmand, Veranda being open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and a rotation each night for the other two, dinner only. There is no buffet for meals, like at other resorts, everything is made to order, so you're guaranteed a hot meal! While we made every attempt to speak Spanish while ordering, we would sometimes get the wrong menu item, or none at all, as I think something was lost in translation, but being on holiday, who cares? We found humour that I continued to receive the wrong appetizer over 3 nights while trying to order one I truly wanted, but on the last night, I got what I wanted and it was delicious, well worth the wait! Tao was overall a good meal, however, there was an odour permeating throughout the restaurant that would waft in and then disappear ~ the best way I could describe it would be sewer gas-like. Le Gourmand's meal was also good, but heavy on the artistic side. The Veranda was where we ate the most, as it had seating outside, overlooking the pool and the beach. The Pool was clean, had lots of loungers and umbrellas, although some of the tiles are starting to fall off and will be needing a complete repair sometime down the road. The beach also had plenty of loungers, some hammocks and was raked free of seaweed almost daily by some of the Maintenance Staff. Both areas had drink service provided by the Pool Bar, another nice touch. We walked the beach almost daily, there is a couple of vendors selling some DR items, but they are not aggressive and usually give you a wave and a smile, which is appreciated! The grounds at the hotel seemed a little overgrown and left to nature when we first arrived. By day 4, Maintenance Staff were out daily, cleaning up the bushes, plants and shrubs, and by day 7, there was a noticeable improvement. Overall, I feel confident in recommending this property to future travellers. Next to the hot weather, the Staff make your stay memorable enough to allow you to overlook the minor faults, that I feel, every hotel has. I hope that PortBlue can allow the Staff to continue to "wow" the guests, and with a little further training, maintenance and repair, turn this property into a true 5 star resort. I will return.
Hobie_17 - Ontario
My Husband and I had a quick 5 night getaway at the Sivory. We booked the all inclusive package and recommend this highly. The hotel was so very quiet when we were there...only a few rooms booked, and it did make me a little nervous that the service/food would not be up to par, but I can assure you that was not the case! The service from the moment we arrived was top notch. Everyone was so friendly and had a smile to give. The room was lovely. I was hoping to a top floor, but we stayed on the ground floor and it was quiet. The restaurant were working on a rotating basis due to the small number of guests, but there was always a choice between 2 for dinner each night. The food in the French restaurant was very good, as well as the main restaurant. The asian was very tasty, although the ambiance and service was lacking that night. There was zero background music..which made it a little echo chamber, so that is a suggestion , also the waiter we had that night did most certainly have a language barrier with our english . We tried as best we could , but my husband did not get what he ordered as the main, not a biggie though, because what he did get was delicious. I would have to say that this was the only little area we had problems with. Our Spanish unfortunately is not very good, and it seemed this one waiter (we had him multiple times) did not speak english at all so we did not get what we requested. But as I said, it was not a huge problem with us, we were on vacation in a Spanish speaking country, and we tried our best :) We did not try the spa and I did feel bad for the ladies working there as they seemed very bored. They have great staff and Management here, All so nice and checking on us constantly! I really do hope the hotel picks up, it was so quiet and relaxing that we will be going back again for sure, and we would recommend it to anyone .
JaneDoe99 - Sudbury,Ontario
My best friend and I went for 10 days all inclusive via Voyage privĂ© and had a great time. The staff were pleasant and the food was reasonably good. I would definitely recommend going all inclusive as the mini bar in your room is also included.
We booked the Sivory only about 4 weeks prior to going at the end of January 2017. It was our first trip to the DR, and we were excited to try something new. First off, there were so few people at the resort when we visited, it felt like our own. The staff later mentioned that it gets busier in February. For our purposes of a 3 night break from winter, it was perfect. If you are looking for nightlife and activities galore during the day, the Sivory is not for you. We loved the peace and quiet and the break from the everyday rat race. I deal with people all the time for work. I was thrilled to be in a quiet, beautifully natural setting. We had an Ocean Front Room (upper) that had a beautiful direct view to the ocean. The lower rooms have a plunge pool. It was well stocked, roomy and more than sufficient. We did purchase the full meal plan (all inclusive). For just a few days, we felt it was well worth it. Not many eating options within walking distance. Meals were very good quality and to have alcohol included was a nice addition as we usually don't go to all inclusive type resorts. I know some folks have brought up issues with the wine and not necessarily being top shelf. I'm a beer drinker myself, so I'll take myself right out of the conversation. My wife does enjoy her wine, and she felt the offerings were more than sufficient in quality. If you prefer higher end wine, you'll just have to pay extra for it. The staff were more than friendly and accommodating at all times. From the moment we stepped foot into the resort, at the pool, during meals, and the housekeeping crew, all were very nice. Some don't speak English very fluently, but try a few Spanish words or phrases and they'll certainly appreciate it. Between some broken English and broken Spanish, you will be fine. Keep in mind, all the beaches in Punta Cana do have sand fleas. We spent everyday on the beach and during the warmth of the day, it wasn't a problem. Early in the morning or later at dusk, use bug spray. You may not think you are getting a few bites, but chances are, you will be. All in all, it wasn't a big issue if you prepare. If you're a pool person, then you may not have any issues until dusk. The ocean water was surprisingly warm and we went in nearly every day. A bit wavy at times, but still accessible and enjoyable. This is an excellent resort in Punta Cana. If you want to be entertained and want the "big" experience with a large all inclusive with many people and activities, then stay somewhere else. If you want a lovely, quiet, natural surrounding in a smaller boutique style resort, look no further. Both my wife and I loved it. We'll be back for sure next winter if not sooner. Thanks Sivory for the hospitality and great stay!!
mightywa - Massachusetts
This hotel is absolutely brilliant!! The people are excellent from Johnathan at reservations, wonderful, love him!! to Carlos, the best. This is a first class experience all the way. The food is outstanding!! Three restaurants and each has served us wonderful food by wonderful people! Did not expect this!! Left another hotel that was not very good and came to this one in the hopes of salvaging our vacation!! We did!! Best decision we made coming here!! So so happy. Beautiful room right on the beach ( open the sliding doors and step out into the beach warm sand) overlooking the ocean. The morning is filled with the sounds of the sea and a magnificent breakfast shared on the terrace of our room. Wonderful!! Everyone here is happy and want nothing more than your experience to be one that is exceptional and memorable!!
Teresa C - Stouffville