Eden Roc at Cap Cana
What We Love
- Secluded but convenient location just 11 minutes from Punta Cana airport
- Having your own golf cart makes getting around Cap Cana—the beach, golfing, restaurants and shops—easy
- The private Eden Roc Beach Club is the perfect refuge for those looking to escape the crowds at the nearby Punta Cana beaches
- Hourlong massages in the palapa on the beach, surrounded by ocean surf
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- Eden Roc’s villas are not on the ocean, but the beach is only a five-minute golf cart ride away
- Golf carts are electric, and you’ll be responsible for charging yours at your villa
- Most of the restaurants have a dress code; ladies, pack a dress, and gents, bring long pants
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Part of the Dominican Republic’s 30,000-acre Cap Cana enclave, Eden Roc is a Relais & Châteaux outpost that blends European glamour with Caribbean charm in the form of lush gardens, jewel-toned villas and one of the prettiest sugar-white sand strips on the island.
Bed & Bath
The 34 villas are positioned along a winding lagoon with a swim-up bar. Taking inspiration from the technicolor Caribbean palette, villas are painted in jewel tones and each has a private pool dotted with lounge chairs. Inside, rooms are done up in neutral creams and whites, with marble floors, enormous windows and bold accents. Mod cons include iPad-controlled lights, TV and sound system; coral stone baths; and free WiFi. Guests have access to electric golf carts for trips to nearby Eden Roc Beach Club, a members-only club that’s also open to Eden Roc guests.
The resort’s distinct restaurants are headed up by Gianluca Re Fraschini, and all the menus are inspired by the local Caribbean bounty. Through the breezy lobby is Mediterraneo, a spot for breakfast and dinner with European specialties imported from artisanal purveyors; and the Riva Bar, which reflects the retro glamour of its namesake boat Riva Aquarama (a 1960s Monte Carlo icon). La Palapa, the open-air restaurant at Caletón Beach, offers panoramic ocean views, and the menu includes lobster, fish, grilled octopus and ceviche. As the resort encompasses the Eden Roc Beach Club, guests can enjoy all the privileges at the members-only club, including the pool and spa. A highlight of the spa menu is the hourlong massage in the palapa on the beach, surrounded by ocean surf.
In the Area
Golfers from around the world flock to Punta Espada, an impossibly scenic Jack Nicklaus-designed course that wraps around the Eden Roc Beach Club and Eden Roc. Because Cap Cana isn’t as developed as neighboring Punta Cana, there’s still plenty of wilderness to explore, including craggy cliffs and pristine forests, both of which offer groomed hiking trails.
How to Get There
The staff were great! The food was very good. The beach was beautiful! I would have liked a few suggestions on things to do during my stay. The rooms were very nice and comfortable especially the spacious balcony/terrace. The amenities are top of the line. Would definitely go back.
Had a great time, the hotel is splendid, service is great, food is very good, and the rooms are huge and beautiful. Don't miss the golf at Punta Espada - a jewel. Will definitely come back, we had a wonderful time
With room occupancy between 20 and 50% my wife and i could not understand why the hotel would allocate one of only 4 rooms witout a covered balcony to a smoker. Guest services at tbe hotel they themselves classify as paradise were totally disinterested. RestaurAnts were closed without warning. Certainly a trip a long way off paradise
We had a gorgeous beach view early May 2019 and felt like the group we were with had the resort to ourselves! David, breakfast server, David bartender, Tewry, Adrien, Rafael, Alexander from Blue and Endry from Blue made us feel especially welcome and treated us like Royalty! Highly recommend Eden Roc!
A great choice for a long weekend trip. The hotel, view, staff, food, all excellent. A high-end splurge but worth it. I would recommend it for anyone wanting to relax. I'm not sure what we'd do if we booked a week or two there -- some do -- but for a relaxing mini-vacation this worked great.