- Adults only
- Quiet and peaceful, free of crowds
- Well-maintained facilities and grounds
An adults-only, hidden pearl of Punta Cana resorts with a private beach, topaz water and understated luxury
Book a suite at Le Sivory Punta Cana Hotel if you’re looking for the ultimate romantic getaway at a truly boutique hotel with an all-inclusive dining plan. This recently renovated adults-only escape has AAA Diamond Award status and a backdrop straight from a tropical movie set. Prepare for nothing less than extravagance during your stay—spacious suites with classy Caribbean decor, WiFi, jacuzzis on the terrace, bathtubs and showers for two and most important, beachfront or ocean views. Little touches like complimentary bug spray in rooms, towel art and flowers reveal Le Sivory staff go above and beyond for guests. There’s no early rising to reserve a sunbed or umbrella at this residence. The large, private beach has golden sand and ample amenities for all guests to enjoy—even though it’s unlikely you’ll see more than a few fellow beachgoers.
Gastronomically, Le Sivory is a culinary delight. The award-winning chef, Cristian Matias Baez created varied menus for the hotels three restaurants. In addition, you can dine with your toes in the sand at Palapa Beach Restaurant or sip tropical cocktails at the two pool bars. Escape to the light and airy spa, surrounded by nature, for a soothing massage or take advantage of the complimentary dry sauna and whirlpool baths for the duration of your stay. By the time you’re packing your bags, you’ll remember the staff by name and want this hotel to stay your little secret.
Punta Cana’s natural beauty offers breathtaking views and experiences. Stay close to the water on a catamaran trip to Isla Catalina or dive in with scuba gear at the Astron shipwreck for an otherworldly adventure. For a longer glimpse below the surface, Marinarium Excursions and Scubaquatic offer enticing snorkeling and diving tours. Head to Cap Cana for swimming in the crystal blue cenote, Hoyo Azule or hitting the links at one of the three Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses.
Saona Island sits just a couple miles off Punta Cana’s shore—it’s part of the Parque Nacional de Este so it’s perfect for an undisturbed beach day free from crowds. Visit Monkeyland for an afternoon with primates—just be sure to hold onto your belongings! 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.