All-Inclusive Dominican Getaway
All-Inclusive Dominican Getaway at Grand Bahia Principe La Romana Stay with Airfare from Travel by Jen – La Romana
On this 4- or 7-night all-inclusive vacation from Travel by Jen, you can spend your days lounging by the Caribbean Sea and your nights cutting a rug in the discotheque. All-inclusive perks should keep you well stocked with meals and cocktails. Each option includes:
- Round-trip airfare from Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Orlando, New York City, Boston (BOS), Buffalo, Atlanta (ATL), Detroit, or Chicago
- 4 or 7 nights of all-inclusive, junior suite superior accommodations at the Grand Bahia Principe La Romana
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets at the main restaurant
- Unlimited local drinks, beer, and soft drinks in the hotel’s Lobby Bar
- Local drinks and soft drinks in the bars in Pueblo Principe (premium drinks not included)
- Daily activities and nightly entertainment
- Mini bar with water, soft drinks, and beer (replenished daily)
- Special activities for kids age 4–12
- Nonmotorized watersports
- All taxes and tips
Resort at a Glance: Grand Bahia Principe La Romana
Tucked away on the southeastern corner of the island of Hispaniola, Grand Bahia Principe La Romana puts guests in a tropical paradise—think swaying palm trees, sugar-sand beaches, and temps in the upper 70s. The water’s even warmer, averaging 86 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can spend your days splashing in the Caribbean Sea along Santana Beach. As part of the all-inclusive plan, guests can also try out scuba-diving in the pool and enjoy nonmotorized watersports such as kayaking and snorkeling.
- Toss back a cold one at the swim-up or beach bar.
- Dig into hearty entrees at the resort’s three a la carte restaurants, which serve a variety of cuisines, including Italian and seafood. There’s also an international buffet restaurant.
- Tee off on the 9-hole course at Playa Nueva Romana Golf Club.
- Pamper yourself with a chocolate body treatment or deep massage at the onsite spa.
La Romana, Dominican Republic: Sandy Beaches Meets Urban Hub
Just east of the resort lies the city of La Romana, an urban hub with more than 250,000 inhabitants. Here you’ll find one of the largest cigar factories in the world, which offers tours, tastings, and a duty-free zone where you can buy perfume and jewelry. For a quieter experience, head to the village of Altos de Chavon. The cobblestone streets are lined with artists’ studios, galleries, and quaint cafés. The village is also home to a 5,000-seat amphitheater, which has featured headlining shows from superstars ranging from Frank Sinatra to Shakira.
For diving and snorkeling, it’s worth taking a trip to Saona Island, an uninhabited nature reserve located just off the mainland. Tour operators on catamarans and motorboats will take you to sandbars and shipwrecks inhabited by brightly colored fish.
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