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Playas Uvero Alto Km. 334, Uvero Alto, Punta Cana 23000 Dominican Republic
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  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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#1 of 6 in Uvero Alto
347 rooms designed for comfort, peace, quiet and discreet, exclusive luxury. Suites with spectacular views, Jacuzzis, or swim-up with direct access to the pools and suites with private swimming pools and terraces, surrounded by infinite spaces with tropical vegetation and well-kept garden areas. A total of 9000 m2 of swimming pools, one of them an infinity pool with spectacular sea views. We also offer a gymnasium area and state-of-the-art SPA with fully equipped fitness rooms, rooms with directed activities, a sports area, spinning rooms, changing rooms, and personalized treatment booths, as well as a water zone. Up to 7 restaurants with local and international cuisine. A perfect selection that merges the tradition and avant-garde of the best cuisines in the world: Italian, French, Mexican, Asian, Mediterranean, Cevichería, An inviting Beach Club beside the beach, a Lounge Club, a Pool Bar, and a Sports Bar for enjoying any sports broadcast.
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Free parking
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Jasmine R wrote a review Yesterday
Westerville, Ohio10 contributions
(LONG REVIEW) My wife and I just returned to the U.S. from a wonderful honeymoon at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana. Here are some of our Pros and Cons from the trip, as well as tips to make your stay even more enjoyable: Pros • The resort is absolutely beautiful! You walk in and it immediately smells like eucalyptus. We booked the Fuego Suite and let me tell you…the view from our room was breathtaking! It overlooks the entire property. • The service is amazing! My wife and I were immediately greeted with a hand and arm massage. The staff are very friendly and truly want to make sure you are having a great time. Everyone says hi to you and ask if they can do anything to make your stay more enjoyable. • It’s a relatively quiet resort. This was great for us because my wife and I wanted a quieter, more relaxing honeymoon. If you are looking for a turn up, party hard resort, I wouldn’t recommend staying here as there are other resorts in the area that offer that. Many people are there to just chill, lay on the beach, dance a little, and listen to good music. I also never felt that the resort was crowded. • Allergy friendly. I was extremely nervous coming to this resort with three food allergies (shellfish, tree nuts, and sesame). I called the resort in advance to let them know of my allergies. At check-in, they already had this information and gave me cards I needed to give to waitstaff to inform them of my allergies. The cards explain the allergies in both Spanish and English so that there’s no miscommunication. Almost every restaurant asked if I had allergies before taking our order. I even got to talk directly to some of the chefs at certain restaurants to ensure the safety of my food. Traveling with food allergies can be nerve wracking, but I felt EXTREMELY safe at the resort. They were really on it and wanted to make sure my food was safe to eat. Highly recommend this place for those with food allergies. • LGBTQ friendly. As a bisexual woman married to a woman, I never felt unsafe or felt like I couldn’t be affectionate toward my wife while on the resort, which was obviously very important to us. People congratulated us on our marriage and didn’t make us feel weird for being queer. I appreciated the inclusiveness of the resort. • Room service is great! • Very clean property. • Adults only. As a childless couple, we were relieved to find an adults only resort in Punta Cana. • Drinks are great!! Definitely recommend the mango margaritas and pina coladas from WonderPool Bar • Very beautiful pools! The main swim up pool bar is close to the seafood restaurant MiraFlores and they play music there to get the vibes going. Never felt overcrowded (but it also wasn’t dead) and it seemed like people were having a great time! They also have quieter pools on each side of the property if you want something a little more chill. • Offering of a romantic dinner on the beach. This was honestly the highlight of our honeymoon. You watch the sunset as you have a very delicious dinner on the beach. I strongly recommend this added experience, as it’s well worth the price. We were out there for 3 hours because we enjoyed it so much. Cons • No Dominican food. The food options accommodate Americans a little too much. While I get trying to make your customers feel comfortable, I was very disappointed that there are no Dominican food offerings. We talked to one of the managers about this and he was nice enough to arrange something with one of the chefs to fix Dominican food for us specifically. I really hope the resort offers authentic Dominican food in the future. • Limited lunch options. It appeared that there are only 2 or 3 restaurants open during lunch hour. • Limited communication. While our consigeuir Eva was very sweet and checked on us every so often, she didn’t explain VIP offerings that my wife and I were able to have given our VIP status (which I think you receive if you book a fuego or Terra suite, but I could be wrong). We didn’t know that we had access to a bar that serves top shelf alcohol and a part of the beach with better cabanas and beach chairs, until some of the other folks staying there told us (which was day 3 of our honeymoon). There also was a lot of confusion about scheduling a COVID test for our return flight back to the U.S. This confusion came from inconsistent things we were told by staff. • Some of the staff can be a little pushy in trying to get people on the resort to do activities (ex: water aerobics, yoga on the beach). Not sure if they receive some type of commission based on how many folks sign up, but it’s important to remember some people are there at the resort to just chill and do absolutely nothing but soak up the sun. But again, there were only like 2 staff members who wouldn’t take an initial “no thanks” for an answer. Most were fine. • Location is further away from downtown Punta Cana and some other resorts. Tips • Get to the beach early. • Learn a little Spanish. While most workers know basic English and you’ll be able to communicate with them, I think it’s odd for some folks to have an expectation that people should speak fluent English in a Spanish-speaking country. The world doesn’t revolve around the US or UK. • Bring your own aloe, sunscreen, bug spray as they are expensive in the gift shop. • If you do book an excursion off the resort, plan to be gone all day because the resort is further out than many of the other resorts. The commute seems to be about 30-40 minutes to many excursions (one way) • Take out USD or pesos for tipping. The staff work incredibly hard to make sure your stay is comfortable. They deserved to be tipped generously. • Visit Jose at the WonderPool Bar and Hector at the Compton St. Bar. They are great! Duran is also amazing, and I believe he is one of the resort’s managers.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: Get to the beach early and bring your own aloe, sunscreen, bug spray as they are expensive in the...
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FS-JWS wrote a review Nov 2021
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Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana This will be a fairly long review and I will try and cover anything that crosses my mind. We spent two weeks here from 11/6 through 11/20/21. 1. The resort. Let’s start with this is a Latin branded resort in a Spanish speaking country with a wide array of foreign clientele. (This also not Live Aqua Cancun!!!) We encountered many people from the US, Russia, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, and several other countries. So I would not expect the staff to be totally fluent in your chosen language. Many of the staff speak great English, some are learning to be more fluent, and some not so good at it, but are also learning. My recommendation is to use one of the translator apps if there is absolutely something that is very important to you so it is not confused in translation! (Drinks with no alcohol, allergies, etc. etc.) you can preload those statements and then there will be no confusion. The staff at this resort are all totally amazing, always happy, and want to do nothing more than to please the guests to make your stay as special as they possibly can. The resort itself is absolutely beautiful. The grounds are impeccably landscaped with beautiful flowers, trees, and plants. The plantings are set up to create a sort of seclusion to swim up rooms and the pools as you walk from location to location. Running down the center of the resort is a 275 yard long flowered archway (give or take a few yards. Had a few drinks before pacing it off). Halfway through the archway is the Wonder Pool bar that has drinks and snack food. There are four smaller pools, 2 on each side of the resort. These pools are pretty quiet with an assortment of Bali beds that can be rented for the day and plenty of lounge chairs with umbrellas. We never had an issue finding just the right spot to spend a lazy day in the pool. The main pool has 4 Bali beds, 2 on each side that can be rented, and lots of loungers and umbrellas set up. There are seats and tables in the water under the roof overhang by the swim bar that are great to sit at in the heat of the day. This pool is much more active with music, an entertainment crew, games, exercise/yoga groups, and other activities. It does also have quieter times, but if you just want to relax with a book, I would suggest the side pools. Th beach has some rentable Bali beds and lots of loungers with palm style umbrella huts to relax under while listening to and watching the ocean. The Miraflores ceviche restaurant lies between the beach and the main pool. This place has great lunch food with views of the pool or ocean while you are eating. 2. Restaurants One thing to be aware of with the restaurants, is that the servings are generally small portion. You will get used to this and learn to order accordingly. You can order as much or as little as you would like. Unlike other resorts, you can also restaurant hop. Appetizers at one, main course at another, and desert at a third if you so choose. We had food from every restaurant at least once and most of them a couple of times. This is a very subjective subject and am only giving my opinion to assist if I can. Also, we never had a bad meal here, just some that we liked more than others and tended to revisit. There is one buffet style restaurant for break fast. It is set up amazing and has anything you may want. They have egg stations for omelettes, scrambles, and cooked to order eggs. It also has a fourth station, my favorite, the chilaquiles station that they make fresh for you. They have areas of the buffet that serve many cultural styles. From meats and cheeses, fresh breads and pastries, vegetarian items, Latin flare, American flare, and so on. There is fresh fruit stations, many juices, fresh made smoothies, all the way done to cereal if you would like it. If you can’t find something good to eat here, I would be extremely amazed. Besides the juices here, they are happy to bring you endless Mimosas and terrific Dominican coffee. SEISHIN: We did the Hibachi table twice here and the front menu restaurant once. The chicken, beef, and shrimp from the hibachi was all very good. The beef at every restaurant is some of the most tender that I have had anywhere in the world. The front side we both did sushi and pad tai octopus. We both enjoyed it. SOSPIRO: We visited this restaurant more than once and for one main reason, the spinach ricotta sunflowers ordered with the shrimp sauce!!! Absolutely amazing!!! The chicken cannelloni was great and so was the sliced beef steak. For desert, you can’t go wrong with the crepe. ATL: The quesadilla and octopus toast was good for starters and the beef flank steak tacos and pork meat tacos were pretty good. (The pork meat tacos are pretty spicy just as FYI). The three milk cake was very good as well were the churros. Chez Rose: The onion soup and the smoked salmon are amazing starters. The file de boeuf is so tender, perfectly cooked, and melt in your mouth good! The coq au vin was also pretty good. We really enjoyed the creme brûlée for desert. I have had much worse at Italian restaurants. Lunch places: HUZER: The shawarma was a good starter and my favorite here was the rice from the sea. The roasted chicken was also very good here. We did not have deserts here and did not eat here often….we were usually by the pool or I was on the ceviche. Miraflores: The shrimp aguachile was good, but by far my favorite ceviche was the Yucatán ceviche! The gobernador and the Rosarito fish tacos were very good and our favorites from here along with the fried calamari. The cheese cake was a great desert from here. WONDERPOOL: The beef and chicken burritos we really good as well as the chicken burger. One thing that is really nice is that you can order for this place with your poolside server and they will bring it right to your lounger, or if desired to the edge of the pool. ROOM SERVICE: We only did room service one night. The penne rigate with smoked salmon was amazing and the Caesar wrap was really good as well. COMPTON ST.: This is the bar and great for appetizers. The octopus was terrific. The surprising thing to us here was the pizza!!! We had pizza a few times and it is surprisingly good. We would usually do this after a day of excursions and didn’t necessarily feel like getting too spiffed up for one of the restaurants. COFFEE SHOP: You can get various types of coffees, lattes, frappes, teas, here as well as assorted donuts, pastries, and mini snacks here. They also have great ice cream and will make amazing milk shakes. 3. The room. Our room was amazing. They are very clean and the maid service comes through a couple times and day and a turndown service on top of that. The room had plenty of closet space, bench areas for bags, and storage place with drawers. There was a dining table, a couch with a tv in front in the front room. The bedroom had a king bed and a tv on the wall. The shower is large with a raindrop as well as a hand wand. (Warning, the hand wand comes on automatically when the shower is off. Be sure to point it away from you when you turn the shower on, or you WILL get a surprise!!! LOL) There are great amenities, soaps, gels, lotions, shampoos, shave kits, sewing kit etc. etc. etc. It was nice and everything you need is there. There is a blow dryer, an ironing board and iron, and other things of the sort in the room. WiFi was excellent in the room as well as all over the entire resort. The deck had a day bed, a jacuzzi tub, two chairs and a table. We spent a lot of time sitting out reading and enjoying the view of the ocean. We also had a rooftop with a daybed, two loungers, and two chairs with a table. This was a great place to be in the mornings and evenings. It got a bit too hot during the heat of the day to be up there, but the view was astonishing from the top. A nice feature of the room is that there is a hidden door to place room service in for them to pick up. Another one is that they have a switch that turns a do not disturb light on outside your room instead of a door hanger. One major piece of information!!! On the digital heat control panel is the master room light control. If it is blue, the room lights will turn on automatically if you go to use the restroom, get a drink of water, ROLL OVER, etc. etc. Turn that to red and they will not do that. You will be much happier and will sleep much better. A couple things that are definitely not deal breakers for the resort and rooms, but that I personally think would be nice little changes for convenience and comfort. 1. Having key code wrist bands instead of having to keep track of a key card. 2. It would be nice to have towel/wet bathing suit hangers on the inside of the shower door. 3. It would be nice to have a retractable clothes line on the deck. 4. It would be nice to have handles on the outside of the sliding doors to the balcony. (The doors have to be shut for the AC to work and can be challenging to open from the outside. Especially if you have sunscreen on you hands.) 5. It would be nice to have a bookshelf in the lobby for a “take a book/leave a book” area. (I burnt through two books and luckily a kind lady left a third one for me to read). 6. It would be nice to have a table for people to leave items that they do not want to take home like sunscreen and lotions that others can use if they run out. Final thoughts and advice before personal thanks to many staff members. This is an absolutely beautiful resort to go and relax with a small amount of higher energy activities. It is not a major party resort, but you could have a great time. I chose to come here to relax after a major family loss and to try to get my mental health back together. I made the right choice, feel much better, and made some new friends from all over as well as staff. It was a trip to remember by all means. The one thing that I highly recommend everyone do while they are here is to get up early in the morning, go to the beach, and watch the spectacular sunrise!!! It is breathtaking and makes for some great pictures. The sea grass was not an issue while we were here. The water is warm and swimmable. There is a wave break at the beach directly in front of the resort, but if you go a bit to the right there is a more gradual slope and milder wave break. Drinks can be a bit inconsistent, I drink beer so had no problem, but others with me found that some drinks were stronger to much stronger depending on the bartender. They were never bad, but if you had a light pouring bartender, they would just order an extra shot to mix in. You can bring your own mug. This was great! Bring a yeti or rtic thermal and they will fill them for you. Your drinks stay cold much longer. Also, unless you like paper straws, bring your own!!! Now the fun part. Expressing my gratitude for a multitude of the staff members who were a very large part of making this trip amazing. I am going to try and get as many as I can remember in here and I apologize for anyone that I didn’t get your name. There is a lot of people working very hard at this resort and it is difficult to get them all down to write this. All of them work different locations throughout the day, so the ones I know for sure I will note. Yohangel from the breakfast buffet and Miraflores. Jhoan from breakfast and HUZER Jerry (my brother:-)) from HUZER David from the breakfast buffet. That’s for the service and making my friend feel special! Jhulie from the breakfast buffet. Bangel from the breakfast buffet and making me amazing chilaqulies for many days. Christain for making amazing omelettes. Julio severing us at many different restaurants. Jose x 10 ;-). There are a lot of Jose’s at the resort and they are all terrific. Jose at the swim up bar is one you will for sure get see a lot and is an amazing, funny, and great person to find. Penelope from the coffee bar. Leidy from the entertainment staff. Angel from poolside and beach. Flora from poolside and beach. Angelica from poolside and beach. Now last and surely not least. Erika from poolside. Erika is absolutely amazing and I highly suggest that you find her if going to the resort. She had refills to us before we were halfway through our drinks, would bring food to us at poolside, was very attentive, and was just a great person in all. We will miss her and we’re grateful to become her friend.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Pedro Parets, General Manager at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana
Responded 27 Dec 2021
Thank you for such a positive review of your recent stay at Live Aqua Punta Cana, it made us truly happy to learn from your comments that every expectation was met and the services, the pools, the restaurants, bars, the spa, and the selection of food made your vacations so memorable. I have already congratulated the members of our staff that you mentioned. We all are looking forward to welcoming you back to Live Aqua Cancun. Warmest regards
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leiaflores wrote a review 24 May
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Don't waste your time our time here was horrible. We went to relax it was the total opposite of relaxing. You get hounded and are in a rectangular box more like a prison no activities. We were VIP supposedly and has me even second guessing if I ever want to have VIP status again in my life. The food is not authentic at all and you cannot find it in this compound. Just keep going this is not the place to vacation and relax!
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Response from Pedro Parets, General Manager at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana
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Thank you very much for taking the time and sharing your experience with us. At Live Aqua Punta Cana, we strive to make every stay, as close to perfection as possible and we will continue working hard in this direction. Comments like yours have always been of great assistance in fulfilling this mission. We assure you that all your suggestions were taken into consideration and thank you once again for taking the time to give us your opinion. There is always room for improvement and your suggestions are very much appreciated. We hope that we will have an opportunity to welcome you back in the near future. Warmest regards.
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Fiftylicious in Punta Cana DR wrote a review 24 May
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This place is amazing!!!❣️🥰👍🏾 The staff named below was AWESOME!! SALVADOR and his team were excellent.🙏🏾🥰 He treated us like Queens! 👸🏽 They took GREAT care of us and they are genuinely super friendly. Plenty of places to eat at from buffet to French cuisine. Room service was pretty good. All inclusive is definitely the way to go. 10 🌟’s SUPERBE. The only negative was the lady at the door at the French restaurant. She was VERY RUDE to our party of 15 and did not want to seat us there. Nasty attitude. But the manger was SUPER SUPER NICE. He even found us a birthday cake for our friends 50th BD❣️🥰
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
Kayla V wrote a review 24 May
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Amazing trip i wish I could give more then 5 stars service was absolutely amazing no complaints such friendly staff. Will be back!!!! Johangel, Lady, Silvana, Salvador, David, thank you for giving the best service!
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
US$324 - US$464 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CaribbeanDominican RepublicLa Altagracia ProvincePunta CanaUvero Alto
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Frequently Asked Questions about Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana
Which popular attractions are close to Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Nearby attractions include Tropical Treasure (1.0 km), Nancy Gift and Cigars Shop (0.5 km), and Plaza Caribeña & Massages Spa (1.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Conveniently located restaurants include Vespa, Indigo, and Kitchen 23 - Cuisine D’Auteur.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana have airport transportation?
Yes, Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Live Aqua Beach Resort Punta Cana?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.