Resort at a Glance: Cofresi Palm Beach & Spa Resort
Cofresi Palm Beach & Spa Resort resembles a seaside village: The resort is set on landscaped hills leading down to the beach. Rooms and suites come decked out with stylish wood furniture and sleek marble floors and feature balconies or terraces. When you’re not enjoying the resort’s numerous activities, you can head next door to the Ocean World complex to feed sea lions and swim with dolphins.
- VIP experience: access to special VIP beach and pool, complete with refreshments service, stylish cabanas, and loungers
- Dine at 11 restaurants, which serve everything from authentic Dominican fare to Indian and Asian cuisines.
- Grab a drink from the swim-up bar or just float in the pool.
- Pamper yourself with a massage at the on-site spa (additional fees apply).
- Fun for kids: There’s a kids’ club, plus activities for teens.
- Weekly entertainment: Sunday-night parties with dancing, live music, and gourmet food
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic: Waterfalls, Beaches, and Centuries-Old Historical Sites
Situated on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata is best known for its sun-kissed beaches. But the province has several breathtaking geographical features inland as well. Damajagua is a natural water park of sorts—it features 27 waterfalls flowing from limestone formations. Tour guides lead groups through the falls, and you can swim and occasionally slide down the natural water slides.
You can get an aerial view of Puerto Plata and the Caribbean Sea on a teleférico, or cable car. One of them climbs 2,565 feet to the apex of Mount Isabel de Torres, which is crowned with botanical gardens and a replica of Rio de Janeiro’s massive Christ the Redeemer statue. Take a scenic drive to Parque Histórico La Isabela and you’ll find the remains of a church as well as the ruins of a colonial village.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What kind of “local beers and spirits” are included in the all-inclusive VIP perks? The local beer usually on draft is Presidente and popular premium or top-shelf liquors in the VIP areas included in this deal.
2. How much for WiFi? WiFi is an additional fee and can be purchased in packages of hours or minutes from the front desk. For instance, a 25-hour package would cost $25.
3. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code? Reservations are required for dinner at most non-buffet restaurants. Long pants for men may be required for the reservation only restaurants. For all buffets and most other restaurants, casual dress is appropriate. For more information about your dining options, please click here.
4. Will I be approached to attend a timeshare sales presentation? Groupon customers are never obligated to attend a sales presentation. If you are approached and decline a presentation, you will not lose the value of your Groupon or have to pay additional fees.
5. What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport? The property is about 16 miles from Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP); cab fares are about $55 each way. Transportation services from 1 to 5 people per route. Transportation can be booked by visiting https://www.lhvcresorts.com/transportation.
6. Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to purchase another voucher? The voucher covers two guests. Additional fees apply for additional guests; US$82 per adult per night, children from 4–11 years old US$20 per child per night, paid at check-in.
7. Which activities and amenities are included in the resort credits? No resort credits are included with this voucher. The voucher is valid for 2 people; all amenities listed in the deal are included for both guests and additional guests.