AlSol Tiara Cap Cana Boutique Resort – All Inclusive
What We Love
- All meals and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are included in the Jetsetter rate
- Set on a secluded beach, with ocean views from nearly every room
- A host of daily resort activities, from Spanish lessons to karaoke nights
- Guests have access to the Punta Espada Golf Club, which has a Jack Nicklaus Signature course that is one of the highest-ranked in the Caribbean
- The spa, located at the Sanctuary Cap Cana (the hotel's sister property), complete with relaxation area and juice bar
- READ MORE: Dominican Republic, Two Ways
What To Know
- Alsol Tiara Cap Cana opened in June 2015
- The beach is on the small side, so it's best to claim your slice of sand early
- The resort credit for three nights or more is non-refundable and non-cumulative
- WiFi costs $15 per day
- A 10 percent resort fee per person will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- There is an $85 mandatory supplement for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve dinners
- The extra person charge will increase to $199 per person, per night from December 15, 2015 through April 30, 2016
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Cap Cana, one of the DR’s most popular vacation playgrounds, just got sexier with this 115-suite newcomer, set on Marina Cap Cana and featuring terrific oceanfront views from every vantage point. Expect chic, streamlined decor with a subtly retro edge — think Danish Modern–inspired wooden chairs, desks and wall dividers; jaunty Lilly Pulitzer–style textiles; and playful light fixtures. There are also luxurious upgrades, such as suites with swim-up pool access. In keeping with the resort’s global outlook, you won’t be experiencing anything particularly Dominican when dining at any of the three themed restaurants, which showcase Mexican and “international” cuisine, along with a beachfront grill. There’s a funky coffee bar that wouldn’t be out of place in Seattle or Brooklyn, plus three cocktail bars that range from sophisticated to sports bar. Brush up on your Español with Spanish lessons, try your hand at beach volleyball, or join one of the regular beach bonfire parties; the roster even includes wine tastings and cooking lessons. Golfers will be in seventh heaven thanks to the proximity of the Punta Espada Golf Club, which has a Jack Nicklaus Signature course that is one of the highest-ranked in the Caribbean.
In the Area
While there are plenty of distractions available at the resort itself, there are also any number of things to tempt adventure-seeking vacationers at the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic Ocean. Head to Macao Beach, a stretch of sand often voted one of the world’s best beaches for surf camp, where everyone from beginners to old hands looking to brush up on their skills can hit the waves. At Scape Park, meanwhile, the opportunities for the intrepid are boundless, from ziplining and caving to visiting Hoyo Azul, a gorgeous cenote at the foot of a cliff. Cap off the day with cocktails and dancing at Drink Point, a lively bar in Bavaro, Punta Cana, where you can dance to everything from merengue to hip-hop while mingling with locals.
How to Get There
We had a wonderful time on our trip to the Dominican Republic and TRS Cap Cana. The property was beautiful, food was phenomenal and all the staff was amazing. My wife and I are learning Spanish and the staff was very helpful in trying to understand our requests. They made us feel like we were family. My wife got sick one night the staff went above to help me find something to settle her stomach and make her feel better. This was my second time to the country but her first, but after the amazing time we had we're probably sure to return. Most importantly I want to shout out some people who made our trip even more memorable than it already was (hopefully i don't forget anyone): Juan Luis, Cerlyn, Johanna, Starling, Xiorkis, Felipe, Maximo, Julian, Brauly, Cristian, Andersol, Geomar, Adonis, Cristian (Bellboy) & Bayron.
Please share our gratitude again from Isaac & Kisha.
This cozy resort is less than 10 minutes from the Punta Cana airport. We were greated with warm smiles, mimosas, and cool towels by Rafael. He arranged for our luggage to be sent to our room while we took a dip in the pool. Jenfry, our butler was there to attend to our every whim,
he found and retrieved my lost sun hat,made dinner reservations at one of the 3 on site restaurants, and sent chocolate covered strawberries and red wine to our room. Each meal offered good food and live entertainment in a beautiful atmosphere. This is a small laid-back resort. Book somewhere else if you want to party all night and fight for a poolside lounger or cabana during the day. You have the opportunity to get to know other guests while enjoying poolside activities, dining together, and if you book excursions. Husband and I were pampered with attentive service our entire stay. Bring lots of sunscreen, closed toe shoes (dress code for men for evening meals), water shoes for beach excursions, and small bills for tipping (not required or seemingly expected, but highly appreciated). We plan to return next year and bring friends.
Everything was incredible!! The food was phenomenal and the service was just as good. Nicolas, Antonio, and Juan made our honeymoon incredibly special and memorial. We want to come back next year just to see them!
We just got back from our honeymoon at TRS Cap Cana and absolutely loved everything about it. It's a small private gated resort (only 115 rooms) inside a gated community. We felt absolutely safe and the service was beyond perfect!
Nicolas at the Helios restaurant gave us the most beautiful private dinner on the boardwalk. Jaun-Luis was the most amazing server ever!!! Our bartenders Antonio and Starline were quick and enteraining. You must order the Antonio special and Starline's mango mohitios!! The are delicious. Seriously, by the second day they were our friends and had our drinks ready for us!
The private beach is small but at times my husband and I were the only two there. There's a private 5 minute shuttle to the larger private beach if you want the big beach scene.
We will absolutely be returning!! Thank you TRS for the best vacation ever!!!
Resort is 15 min away from the airport, and upon arrival we were greeted at check in with mimosas. Checkin was quick and we were assigned a butler. Butler was not really needed, as the resort is small (115 rooms all in) and everything is less than a minute walk away. Shout out to Luis my brothers butler, and Frank who made sure all of our requests were made. The pools were great. Bars had named brand alcohol and all restaurants had a la carte options which i thought was a nice touch. Only the steakhouse required reservations (which can be made with your butler so no need to stand in a line to wait). There is no actual beach on the resort however there is one 5 min away and the hotel provides scheduled ride to and from there.The off site beach is nice to look at. Definitely not good to swim in as it is covered in seaweed and sharp rocks. Also, beware, at the beach if you want seats they make you spend $20 per person to sit at a chair. Or at least they did to my group. All in all it was a wonderful stay at the resort. I would recommend to staff to try and go above and beyond for people celebrating occasions. For example, we went for my girl friends birthday, so i expected a bottle of champagne in our room, but i had to ask our butler for one rather than the hotel providing it without asking. Other resorts i've stayed at for a birthday would go out of their way to make us feel special for the occasion (birthday card champagne dessert, etc)