- No reservations needed or long waits at the restaurants
- Around-the-clock music and entertainment
- No wristbands required
A vibrant adult’s only resort on a serene stretch of sand in Punta Cana, where mingling with other guests is just as easy as getting in private relaxation
Having a great adults-only vacation isn’t always about a secluded romantic getaway or a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Sometimes it’s about finding the perfect destination to both bond with old friends and make new ones. Enter Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa, a great place for couples, groups and intrepid solo travelers to make memories that will last a lifetime. Brightly colored, Caribbean decor and balconies with whirlpools make every room inviting whether it has ocean or pool views.
Guests can expect mingling by the pool at one of the many DJ parties and oceanfront bars, relaxation on the beach from the vantage of a private cabana and rejuvenation in the world-class spa by Pevonia while enjoying the “Ultimate Luxury” all-inclusive experience. The resort’s eleven gourmet dining options never require reservations and around-the-clock room service means both breakfast in bed and late night snacks are never an inconvenience.
For all things sun and fun, Punta Cana is the go-to destination in the Dominican Republic. Lying on the east coast, this resort town is best known for its beaches, hotels and resorts, natural wonders and world-class golf courses. If hitting the links is your prerogative, speak with Breathless concierge for rates and scheduling at the five nearby golf courses.
Stray away from your resort and head to Hoyo Azul Lagoon for a magical dip in a cenote, or soar above the rainforest on a ziplining adventure. Sail over to Catalina and Saona Islands just offshore for a day full of wildlife, snorkeling and salty hair. While Catalina Island is more known for its phenomenal snorkeling, you must not miss the natural pool full of starfish off Saona Island. In additional to Saona’s heavenly-like beaches, it’s home to Del Este National Park—a popular spot for birdwatching and hiking. Get a taste of 16th-century Mediterranean life at the recreated city of Altos de Chavon or if shopping is your indulgence of choice, visit the 60 shops at Palma Real Shopping Village for clothes, jewelry, souvenirs and more. At the end of the day, doing no more than lounging on Punta Cana’s paradisiacal beaches is a vacation well spent.