The Tropical Princess Beach Resort and Spa shares most of its facilities with the neighbouring Caribe Club Princess, including a couple of close-to-the-beach pools. There are three restaurants to choose from – a buffet place, a Brazilian grill, and a Dominican eatery. You can also pick up snacks at the creperie and the waterside bar. Sports-wise, tennis, archery and minigolf top the bill. Evening drinks are served at two bars, and there’s a stage where live shows are put on. Beauty treatments are bookable in the spa.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Practise your putting on the minigolf course, or grab a racket for a rally on the tennis courts. Other sports include archery, beach volleyball and French boules, or you can sign up for dance classes in the gardens.
There are daytime clubs for children and teens, where they can take part in crafts, competitions and activities.
- Bike hire
You'll get one introductory scuba lesson in the pool.
- Non-motorised watersports
You can go kayaking, windsurfing and snorkeling.
- Dance lessons
- Bike hire
- Motorised watersports*
FOOD & DRINK
Dinner here’s like a checklist of international flavours. You can tuck into grilled dorada fish at the Dominican restaurant, or have sizzling skewers of meat carved at your table in the Brazilian Rodizzio eatery. An international buffet place caps things off.
Pick your own toppings in La Creperie, where sweet treats dominate the menu, or head to La Matica for daytime snacks.
- Rodizzio á la carte restaurant
This restaurant serves up a selection of Brazilian cuisine. Just so you know, you'll need to make a reservation to dine here. Also, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers for evening meals.
- Dominican á la carte restaurant
You'll get a chance to try some authentic and local dishes from the Dominican Republic. Just so you know, you'll need to make a reservation so you don't miss out. Also, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers.
- Pool bar
- Bar La Canoa
- Mamajuana bar
- La Matica snack bar
- Le Creperie café
- Buffet restaurant
Serving up a variety of international dishes. Gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers or tailored shorts for evening meals.
- La Cava gourmet restaurant*
Just so you know, you'll need to book a table at least one day in advance and it's in the Hotel Caribe Princess.
- El Pescador restaurant*
There's a selection of fish dishes on the menu. Just so you know, you'll need to make a reservation at least one day in advance and it's in the Hotel Caribe Princess.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The Vitality Spa’s decorated like a colonial villa, and features massage cabins*, hot tubs*, and a Vichy shower*. There’s a well-equipped gym* in the same building, as well.
Choose a treatment from the spa's menu. There's also hydrotherapy beds, a moisturing shower, a whirlpool bath and a woman's and men's sauna.
Cocktails are served on La Canoa Bar’s beachside deck, which sets you up with stunning views of the Caribbean sunset. Inside, the chocolate-coloured disco room plays music until late.
Grab a seat in front of the main stage, and you can watch live music and dance acts perform after dark.
- Hotel-run kids' club
- Teens club
- Evening entertainment
There are a couple of super-sized pools to pick from. Thatched parasols are dotted around the water’s edge, and it takes less than a minute to swap your sunlounger for the white-sand beach.
- 2 outdoor pools
There's 2 large lagoon style pools which weave their way through the hotel grounds. Plus, they're right by the beach.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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