Presidential Suites Punta Cana – All Inclusive
What We Love
- All-inclusive luxury at a new, all-suites retreat on beautiful Cortecito BeachThe roomy suites, each with a fully equipped kitchen
- Never having to roam far to find a resort bar or restaurant
- Chilling poolside or beachside with cozy loungers
What To Know
- Golf cart service is available for all guests, but members get their very own cart
- A beach party is held every Sunday night
- Plan on waking up early if you want to snag a beach bed
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Put the “residential” in “presidential” at this Punta Cana resort, where you’re always made to feel at home. The namesake digs here at Presidential Suites, Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Resorts’ newest property, are all set in one of eight buildings on the shoreline of Cortecito and come with plenty of touches that evoke a private apartment more than they do a hotel accommodation. For lounging, you get a living room, plus your own balcony or terrace; for dining, a kitchen and dining room. Oh, and use of a barbecue area. And access to no less than nine eating or drinking establishments.
Think of the rest of the property as your backyard; it certainly does evoke your own beachfront playground. It’s spotted with palm trees and plush loungers and complete with a kids club, a spa and two free-form pools. It’s worth spending some time enjoying all of these, given that they really aren’t such common backyard amenities, welcoming and friendly as they may feel. But afterwards, we recommend venturing outside the resort for a bit to explore the surrounding community – scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding and turning your great home into a great home base.
Cook your own meals in your kitchenette, lounge on your private balcony or terrace, and give any travel companions the space they need during your tropical stay. These suites are plenty roomy, and they’re nice to look at, too, thanks to the designer furniture in the living room.
What do you get when you combine à la carte fare with an award-winning staff? A stellar culinary experience. With options ranging from American to Asian to Italian, your choices are bountiful. They also include a buffet restaurant, a VIP pool bar (with towels and lounge service), three beach bars and an after-hours lounge. Enjoy cooking your own meals? Each suite comes equipped with a full kitchen and dining room – perfect for DIY dining.
Troubles melt away at Yin Yang Spa, as you indulge in relaxing treatments that transform your fatigue into energy. This boutique wellness center has everything you’ll need to connect mind, body and spirit, like antioxidant vitamin-C facials, salt scrubs with thermal minerals and hot stone massages.
With miles of white-sand beaches, fairways designed by professional golfers and the thrill of outdoor adventure, Punta Cana is rich in Dominican tradition, culture and leisure. Known for its perfect beaches, this tropical getaway is a popular one, and you’ll certainly appreciate the appeal when lounging by the waves, going zip lining, dancing to Dominican music, exploring the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park or browsing local shops and boutiques – to name a few of the adventures you can have.
How to Get There
I've been with RCI for almost 20 years, and never have I had an experience such as this. No shuttle was available and we had to pay $38 for a one-way ride. Once we arrived and checked in, we were sold to so heavily by staff at resort, that we almost cancelled our reservations for another resort. Once I established that I was not buying at this resort, we were left alone. Which was nice initially, until we needed assistance when the power went out (twice), the water went out (4 times) and our room filled with hazardous sewage fumes. While the alcohol was free, the food was terrible. MANY dishes had been recycled, re-used, reheated, etc. for at least a day, sometimes several days. Most of the food was inedible and we ended up eating OFF of the resort numerous times, incurring many unforeseen expenses. While the beach and buffet staff were nice and the beach was clean and beautiful, we WILL NOT be visiting this resort in the future.
I feel robbed in this great hotel for a peaceful stay. We live in Santo Domingo , an checked out yesterday. We left in our room a Bluetooth speaker jbl model charge 4, when we arrived to Santo Domingo we started calling the lost and found department. Today when we finally had an answer, I spoke to a lady called Angie in guest services, who told me that they didn't find nothing in the room and there was nothing to do. Me already angry for this negligence in costumer service told her if there was any other authority in the hotel, which she answered that she was the only authority in the hotel, and that of by wish was to press charges for robbery, so be it. As a Dominican a feel besides robbed (as I said at the beginning of this review), and ashamed as an Dominican. Not all hotels and customers services are like that in my country. The only people who has had the decency to speak me in a correct way is the general manager of this hotel who is on vacation at this moment.
Overall a nice place. It feels safe and our room was nice and clean. Dining options are limited but the food overall was very tasty. The best part of this resort by far is the staff. They are all very friendly and accommodating and will party and have a good time with you as well. They just want you to have the best time and they really do their best to make that happen. Big shout out to the evening and late night staff at the beach bar. And of course I have to mention the entertainment staff. They work super hard every day to make sure everyone is having fun. Scooby especially went above and beyond to make sure my partner and I had an incredible week, he's the best!
The negatives were that we didn't have running water in our rooms a few times in the morning, so we couldn't shower or flush the toilet or anything. The resort was also on the small side for my taste (but my partner viewed that as a positive so it depends on taste). And the water that comes out of the showers is salty. Also they don't stop people from soliciting and trying to sell excursions on their "private" resort beach.