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Charles asks…

All inclusive adult only resort in Dominican Republic?

Im looking to do a 2 week holiday in Dominican Republic and wanted to know if there were any suggestions. I went to El Dorado Royale, Riviera Maya, Mexico, last year and it was amazing. Im looking for somewhere with amazing food. No buffets, prefer a la carte (sit down).
Any suggestions?

Tijuana answers:

Hi Laura, I think Excellence Punta Cana (http://www.allinclusiveoutlet.com/vacations/resorts/excellence/excellence-punta-cana/) would be right up your alley. It has all the things you mentioned and is a higher-end all inclusive resort like El Dorado Royale. It’s an all-adults, all-suites resort with 24-hour room service, 6 a-la-carte restaurants, in-room mini bar, nightly entertainment, and water sports. It’s all included and it’s on the white sand beach of Punta Cana.

You’ll also might want to look at
Gran Bahia Principe Ambar (http://www.allinclusiveoutlet.com/vacations/resorts/bahia-principe/gran-bahia-principe-ambar/)

-Jason Futch
Marketing Director
“The Best Place for All Inclusives…is the Outlet”
www.AllinclusiveOutlet.com

Donna asks…

I’m 16, can I go to an all inclusive resort in Mexico with my 19 year old friends?

I’m 16 years old and I’m planning on going to Mexico for March break with my four other 18 and 19 year old friends and also with three of my other 16 year old friends. Would resorts allow this?
Any other extra info would be appreciated!!

Tijuana answers:

Jim answered with 100% truth but I will add at 16 you need a certified letter signed by your parents and putting you in trust with an adult just to leave the country you live in, as well as a passport. Every all inclusive hotel has different rules as to permitting minors to enter without a parent. It is best to check with the hotel directly as to their policy.As Jim said every all inclusive hotel has color coded wrist bands as to minor, adult, which plan or just a day pass and security is tight. Remember they are all inclusive and security must be tight to stop someone from eating drinking or using the facility without the proper ID.

Chris asks…

Where and when to go to Cancun?

Me and my boyfriend are planning to go to Cancun in Dec, Jan, or Feb….Which month would be the best to avoid sea lice and still have some great weather.Also what hotel do you suggest. We were thinking about Dream Cancun. I want somewhere that has great beaches and relaxing. Also somewhere close to some fun clubs and all inclusive.

Tijuana answers:

The site that I’m giving you is an advertisement for an anti sea lice product, but will give you some good information on sea lice. Http://www.buysafesea.com/sea_lice.php

We have only been to two resorts in the Mayan Riviera. Excellence Riviera is a fantastic resort. This place has everything you could want for a holiday. El Dorado Royale is the other, which we prefer. It’s more of a romantic place, especially the Casita section. Both of these places are adult only, and top of the line resorts. Both also offer a shuttle service into Cancun, and Playa del Carmen if your interested in exploring the cities. The beaches are nice. The El Dorado has some rocky areas in the water, and a man made breakwater a few yards off the beach to prevent erosion during stormy season. Myself, I stay around the pools which there are several. Each pool has a swim up bar, so I don’t have to leave the pool to get a drink.

Any of the months that you picked would be a perfect time to visit. We are heading for the El Dorado again this December to spend Christmas there. This time in a presidential suite. We get butler service, concierge, and a chauffeur. One should spoil themselves once in awhile.

Http://www.excellence-resorts.com/caribbean-and-mexico-destinations/excellence-riviera-cancun
http://www.karismahotels.com/resort/el-dorado-casitas-royale-karisma

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