- Breathtaking beach and property
- VIP transfer from PUJ Airport
- Complimentary access to Ojos Indígenas Ecological Park and Reserve
An lavish boutique resort set on a pristine, white-sand beach with access to Punta Cana Resort & Club’s golf course, spa and facilities
Tortuga Bay Hotel at Punta Cana Resort & Club was designed with vision and care for even the smallest detail by famed fashion designer, Oscar de la Renta. For starters, he designed the entirety of this impressive 1500-acre reserve, its 13 villas and the Oscar de la Renta boutique on-site—the first of its kind at any resort. This resort’s private beach may be the most beautiful in Punta Cana and it sits out your front door, across a few steps of finely-manicured grass. Enjoy nothing but the soothing sound of waves at night here, this peaceful retreat is far from cities and nightlife. Choose a spacious villa with ocean views and one, two, three or four bedrooms, each complete with elegant decor, a kitchenette, Frette linens, dazzling stone bathrooms and a personal golf cart for exploring the property. At Tortuga Bay you’re either on the beach or looking at it, no matter which villa you occupy.
Visit the Caribbean’s only Six Senses Spa on the premises for a rejuvenating spa experience—you can even arrange a treatment in the privacy of your room. The on-site Bamboo Restaurant serves up gourmet food with a complimentary continental breakfast. In addition to the resort many perks like free WiFi, 24-hour room service, swimming pool and fitness center, the resort’s proximity to PUJ airport allows their “VIP Whisking Service.” Enjoy accelerated processing through customs on arrival and a personal escort to Tortuga Bay, just 10 minutes away. Finally, Tortuga Bay should also be singled out for its ongoing conservation efforts, winning it the 2014 World Travel Award for being the “Caribbean’s Leading Green Resort.”
The resort’s bicycles, kayaks, golf course, yoga classes and high-end shopping at Oscar de la Renta Boutique are sure to keep you busy, but you can also book sunset cruises, horseback riding, ecotours and more through the resort. Tortuga Bay guests have free access to Ojos Indígenas Ecological Park and Reserve if you’re looking for a “self-guided” experience.
Punta Cana’s natural beauty offers breathtaking views and experiences. Head to Scape Park at Cap Cana for swimming in the crystal blue cenote, Hoyo Azule or visit Monkeyland and hang with monkeys—just be sure to hold onto your belongings! For a glimpse below the surface, Marinarium Excursions or Scubaquatic offer enticing snorkeling and diving tours. 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. At the end of the day, doing no more than lounging on Punta Cana’s paradisiacal beaches is a vacation well spent.