Gran Bahia Principe La Romana – All Inclusive Family Resort

Gran Bahia Principe La RomanaThe Gran Bahia Principe La Romana is an all inclusive resort located in the heart of the Dominican Republic. Set on a stretch of sandy beach, the resort offers a very fun, very family-oriented atmosphere where parents and children can unwind, relax and enjoy time together.

Whether you and your loved ones are lounging on the beach, embarking on a jungle excursion or taking part in one of many family-oriented activities the resort has to offer, you’re sure to have a great family vacation.

The 25 two-story villas spread throughout the resort grounds are filled with 400 junior suites that are both comfortable and spacious. Each suite features two full-size beds or one king-size bed as well as a sofa-bed for those with larger families.

A regular pool is ideal for adults while a smaller, shallower children’s pool lets kids have just as much fun in a safer environment.

The main resort restaurant is more kid-friendly and offers breakfast, lunch and a great dinner buffet. For date night, mom and dad can visit one of the three a la carte restaurants, which specialize in Italian, seafood and gourmet fare.

A kids club offers parents a great way to spend time alone while their children are having a great time with other younger guests under the supervision of a qualified staff.

 

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Gran Bahia Principe La Romana – All Inclusive
Gran Bahia Principe La Romana - All Inclusive
Gran Bahia Principe La Romana All Inclusive is located in La Romana’s La Romana Bayahibe neighborhood. Property Features. This property is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at on site dining establishments, taxes, and gratuities (tips).


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