All-Inclusive Beachfront Resort in Caribbean
Every week, Lifestyle Crown Residence Suites welcomes new guests with a beachside party featuring live entertainment, dancing, and a fireworks finale. This fiesta supplies a taste of the many things you can do at the all-inclusive Dominican resort, which sprawls across a tropical hillside. There's something for everyone here—a playground and art club for children, plus discos, nightclubs, and bars for grownups. Eleven pools and two spas are on hand; you can also kick it up a notch with onsite snorkeling and other watersports.
Guests have direct access to two beaches nearby, and much of the activity is centered here. But the resort also offers a broad range of inland activities: you can enjoy golf and yoga during the day and theater shows at night. To navigate the resort's myriad facilities, there's a free shuttle service and convenient jetpack rentals.
Each one-bedroom suite is like a home away from home, complete with a fully equipped kitchenette and a separate dining area. Each suite includes a large balcony or terrace, which may face the surrounding mountains. Suites have Caribbean-inspired decor complemented by rattan, wicker, and bamboo furniture.
Dominican Republic's North Coast: Golden-Sand Beaches and Mountainside Cities
Running along the resort's outer edge is a beach known as Playa Cofresi. It was named after Roberto Cofresi, a pirate dubbed "the Robin Hood of the Caribbean" for his method of dispensing with stolen treasure. Today, the golden, 3-mile (5 km) stretch of sand attracts more tourists than buccaneers; a popular spot is the Ocean World Marina, a habitat for dolphins, sea lions, and other marine life.
From the beach, it's only a 10-minute drive to Puerto Plata, the largest city on the Dominican Republic's North Coast. This mountainside city is known for its pastel-colored Victorian buildings with gingerbread fretwork. Prominent cultural attractions include the colonial-era Fort of San Felipe, which was once used to ward off pirates. A couple of cannons still sit atop the thick walls of the fortress, and cannonballs, bayonets, and other 16th-century artifacts are displayed in the museum inside.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What kind of “local beers and spirits” are included in this all-inclusive VIP package?
The local beer usually on draft is Presidente and the spirits available in this VIP package include popular premium or top-shelf liquors.
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. What are the costs for additional guests?
This package is good for two adults. Children aged 0–3 are free and children aged 4–11 are an extra $20 per child per night. Additional guests 12 or older are an additional $82 per person per night.
4. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code?
Reservations are required for dinner at most nonbuffet restaurants. Long pants for men may be required for the reservation-only restaurants. For all buffets and most other restaurants, casual dress is appropriate.
5. Will I be approached to attend a time-share sales presentation?
Time-shares are common in the Caribbean and so are the sales pitches that accompany them. You may be asked at hotel check-in if you are interested in attending a sales presentation. If you don’t want to attend, simply decline and you won’t be approached again. If you find this is not the case, please contact the Groupon concierge located in the hotel lobby.