Immaculate and beautiful resort that exceeded our expectations! All inclusive means all inclusive, if you do it right it is definitely worth it. We stayed in the Colonial Club section and enjoyed everything from the nightly entertainment, to the daily activities, to the many pools, and of course the beautiful beach. There is truly something for everyone. If you want to chill out or party all day, there is no shortage of options to keep you happy. The staff is fantastic, everyone is so friendly. One piece of advice I can give is to speak Spanish to the staff. Even if you know two words, use them and make an effort. That along with tipping appropriately will make your stay much more enjoyable. Bring US dollars and Dominican pesos. A nice mix of both in small-denominations will suit you well. The food is not the best in the world, but for an all-inclusive that is pumping out thousands of meals a day, I thought it was pretty good. Only place I would not recommend is the Le Gourmet buffet. The teppanyaki place is the best, just make sure to make a reservation once you arrive. They have a cool app they set you up with where you an make reservations, order room service, etc. The resort won't hit you with any hidden costs or anything, we checked out and that was that. One warning is give a firm "no" to vendors or photographers who prowl the beaches, unless you want it. Overall, the Majestic Colonial is highly recommended if you're looking for a relaxing vacation at a beautiful resort
This All-inclusive resort is located on the shore of one of the Dominican Republic's most beautiful beaches, Bavaro-Punta …More
Although I did not stay at the LEVEL, I did pay extra for room service, which I took advantage and ordered breakfast, also ordered late dinner. It is a family resort, very clean and great staff everywhere, restaurants, bars and all of the desks. free WIFI too
Located on the island's eastern tip, the Melia Tropical All Inclusive faces Bavaro Beach, famed for its white sands and …More
If you can afford it the Ritz Carlton in San Juan is worth the money. The service on the beach is priceless. You sit in your laundry chair and are pampered with drinks and whatever you desire. Food is great as well. Everything is great
Traveller from providenciales
Facing a long crescent beach in Puerto Rico's Isla Verde resort district east of Old San Juan, this resort includes a …More
"Nice place to relax if you don't leave the resort"
Nice view of the rain forest. Nice pools. Quiet beach. Good food. Half of the property is a vacation club and the staff often try to get you to sign up for thier vacation club sales pitch. Quality of the staff varies (the friendliest staff were at the outside restaurants or the concierges - who are eager to sign you up for the vacation club). Location is not good for snorkeling. Not many good food options close to the hotel.
Traveller from Virginia
Secluded on the northeast coast, 6 km (3 mi) north of El Yunque rainforest, this Puerto Rico resort features oceanside and …More
This was perhaps the best family vacation ever. First, the weather was perfect. Second, the hotel was beautiful, we couldn't find anything negative to say. The staff was outstanding!! ( Verona, shenika, delroy, Chavell, Cecilia... Just to name a few of the staff members who made our stay so comfortable ) Third, the food was outstanding. We love that there were so many traditional foods to try. We were never bored, nor hungry. Went to Dunn's river falls... So worth the trip! Jamaica is an island with so much to offer . Definitely going back to Hilton rose hall !!!
This family-friendly oceanfront resort (6 mi) 10 km from Montego Bay occupies 400 acres of the historic Rose Hall Plantation …More
Stayed here with the GF for 4 nights. Unfortunately mother nature wasn't too friendly, it rain two days/scattered showers. But other than that it was a very good resort. Decent size, I stayed in section 36 - 1 first floor. They have two buffets (one's AC seemed to work slightly better than the other) 6 special restaurants (Try out the INDIAN food, it was amazing) They have a sports center (basketball/tennis/soccer/mini golf/archery) Plenty of pools, even an adult only pool for those who want to be away from children. The beaches are nice as well, beautiful scenery surrounds the entire resort. The only complaint about the beach is that the sand is painful, they are not specks/grains of sands, they're more like chips of sand. Highly recommended. Although not a vegetarian myself, every restaurant had a vegetarian menu which I thought was nice. As all inclusive resorts go, this was fantastic.
Traveller from New York
This Lucea resort is on the beach, 7.4 mi (12 km) from Tryall Golf Club, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Montego Bay Cruise Ship …More