Punta Cana Princess All Suites Adults-Only All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Located in La Altagracia (Bavaro), Punta Cana Princess All Suites Adults-Only All Inclusive is convenient to White Sands Golf Course and Iberostar Golf Course. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Punta Blanca Golf Course and Cocotal Golf and Country Club.
Make yourself at home in one of the 270 air-conditioned rooms featuring free minibar items and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. After enjoying recreational amenities such as a nightclub and outdoor tennis courts, a lucky night at the casino is the perfect end to the day. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and an arcade/game room. Getting to the surf and sand is a breeze with the complimentary beach shuttle.
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 5 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held daily. Relax with a refreshing drink at a beach bar, a poolside bar, or one of 3 bars/lounges. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in La Altagracia? This resort has facilities measuring 3419 square feet (318 square meters), including a conference center. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Stayed for 4 days 5 nights in a honeymoon suite (not our honeymoon). Our first visit to the DR and this resort. Easy short trip from the airport. We arranged for private transfers. Others complained about it taking long with stops at other resorts. Worth the few extra dollars. Check in was swift and we were greeted with our first of many great drinks. Room was nice (building 2). Toilet shower combo was a little tight and the frosted doors may turn some people off due to privacy concerns. Didn’t bother us. No drawers, only shelves near the closet. Room was made daily and towels changed. Nothing is too far a walk here which is nice. Beautiful pool although we stayed mostly on the beach. The little bar shack near the tiki huts was great. They make a great rum punch and the beer was cold and readily available. They were able to make any type of drink you wanted. The bartenders remembered our drinks daily. I wish I remembered their names. Never had a problem getting a lounger no matter what time of day. The animation crew was there to have fun you but didn’t pressure. We played bocci, archy and crazy pool. All fun with a few rum punches in you. The buffets were the best if the restaurants and you can always find something good to eat. The ala carte restaurants were just so so but you don’t come to a Caribbean paradise for Italian or Steaks. Lots of people complain about the wine at the restaurants. We found the white to be passable but the red was served cold. It might be more drinkable if they served it room temperature as red wine should but it might be a cultural thing. So we ended up sticking to the beer at dinner and lunch. The lobby bar was great and the singing/laughing bartender Emilio was excellent. Great drinks there before and after dinner. Met lots of other couples there and had great conversations with people from all over. The bar at Mare Nostrum was also good. Had plenty of Mamajuana at all the bars and dinner. We even bought a kit to make it at home. The shops at the resort are surprising affordable and had anything you needed. There were local shops just to the right of the resort on the beach which have lots of souvenirs but you will hassled and pressured to buy anything you look at and be prepared to bargain. Note-alcohol is just as cheep at the duty free shop at the airport. No need to buy it on the beach and lug it around. The beach vendors can be annoying but a simple no thanks usually worked. The time share people were the most intrusive. We took advantage of the resort photographer and booked a private session after one evening’s pictures came out great. The beach session photos were taken by Sarah and were wonderful. Visit the spa for a few services which were all great. Quiet place, not a party spring break place. Older crowd. Mostly mid 40’s and up. Too many great staff to remember and compliment. Alexander at guest services was always helpful. We tipped throughout the stay, they deserved it.
Nice resort. Very simple...one pool (but it's nice and you can also use the pools at two other resorts) One buffet...but it has everything you need and overall the food is very good. As all the reviews say, the staff are very very sweet and seem genuinely nice. Maybe they are all good actors, but they do make you feel like they actually like you! I do have a few criticisms though. 1) The lighting in the bedrooms is waaay too dark. Even in the middle of the day it's hard to see anything...especially when you're getting ready to go out for the evening and trying to do your hair and make-up. Maybe they could mount a lighted make-up mirror in the bathrooms for the ladies. I brought my own (after reading other reviews) but it wasn't big and bright enough. 2) I'd prefer bathrooms with a door, so if you get up in the middle of the night you're not disturbing your partner 3) Scrap that stupid rule about men having to wear closed toed shoes in the a-la-cartes. It makes no sense when women are wearing sandals. What's the difference between men's feet and women's feet? LOL My husband had on nice sandals with closed toes, but they had open spots on the sides and he wasn't let in. His only other shoes were runners. Since when do runners look better than nice sandals? They really need to think about that...because it really turned us off. 4) Be consistent and enforce the rule that you can't save beach chairs before 8:00. The same groups were always in the front row or two of chairs and you KNOW they had to be down there before 8:00. One morning I was down at the beach bright and early and the best chairs already had towels over them. The good thing is they never ran out of chairs...but some of them were way at the back where you can hardly even see any ocean. 5) The vendors on the beach weren't too bad. They really weren't overly pushy and some of them were quite nice to talk to...but...the ones that were on the grounds the night of the "flea market" were very pushy. Why are they even there? It sucks to be walking to dinner and have to stop every 5 feet to listen to their sales pitch. It's so dark out, you can't see anything anyway, so what's the point? I wonder whether they realize how much of a turn off it is for the guests? The guests at this resort are mostly Canadian, and it's just not part of our culture to be henpecked into buying stuff. I actually wonder how many sales the merchants make, because everyone I spoke with said they just tried to keep walking. Maybe they should come to the resort during the daylight (so you can actually see all the wares) and set up in one spot in a corner so you're not forced to walk through. They should also be advised by the management that they would probably make MORE sales if they just stood there and waited for guests to approach them! Over all it was a beautiful spot...and we would probably go back, but would be more encouraged to do so if those little changes were made.
Just got back from our 4th trip to PCP and best one yet. Food was very good. We actually ate more dinners at buffet than usual and they were just great. Mare Nostrum is still our fave but Tex mex didn't disappoint. Beach-Awesome! But the best part about this place is the staff. Friendly, fun and yet efficient and professional. We'll be back...asta-la-veesta baby! still learning Spanish
We thoroughly enjoyed a one week stay March 11-18, 2019. It was our first time at a Princess resort. We were extremely happy with the quality of the rooms, the food and the resort itself. The room was beautiful and comfortable. The buffet was great but found the a la carte restaurants kind of so-so. We spent most of our time on the beach which was beautiful with lots of palapas in case you’re looking for shade. The lobby is beautiful which turns into a laid back bar at night. The beach bar was great but we never ate at the beach bar. This is a small, fairly quiet and very relaxing resort. All the resort employees were extremely pleasant and were always happy to see you. A few were exceptional.....Alexander at Guest Services went above and beyond to make our stay perfect, Maria who was in the lobby bar, pool bar and buffet was a sweetheart and treated us like gold and Freddy at the beach bar was excellent! All in all, a wonderful resort -we’ll be back!
This was our third time visiting Punta Cana and our first time at this resort. We stayed at this resort from March 13 to March 21. Amazing food at the A La Carte Restaurants. The buffet was also good. Very clean rooms and resort and well maintained. Staff exceptionally friendly and very helpful. We had a gift waiting for us in the room and loved the plushed bathrobes. The animation group was fantastic and we LOVED LOVED Kenyia at the lobby. She was funny, efficient serving drinks and a doll. The fact that we could visit the sister resorts and use all their facilities was a bonus and a welcome distraction. Beautiful animals at the sister resorts and on ours, on Monday and Tuesday you have the ability to have a picture taken with Mickey the monkey and two beautiful colorful parrots. The best part is the photographers DO NOT pressure the sales. No obligations whatsoever and they are very genuine. The people (tourists) on the resort at the time we were there were all very friendly. We would certainly recommend this resort.