Be Live Grand Bavaro
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Our OpinionA great resort. The resort is laid out well. There are many buildings spread over the area of the resort. Despite it's size, there are plenty of pools to accommodate the large amount of guests. Keep in mind that this resort does open it's doors up to the public during the weekends, making these days busier than most. This is also a place that is fitting for guests who are looking to stay within the resort grounds. There is very limited beach space and a dock is located very close by, making the beach almost un-swimmable, as there are several boats that dock close to the vicinity.
OverviewThis magnificent luxury hotel is located on the East coast of the Dominican Republic and is part of the Grand Punta Cana complex. The resort is just a few minutes away from Punta Cana's international airport, ideal for couples and families. Here you can enjoy two hotels in one, and discover this new and exciting 24 hr All Inclusive Resort!
We had a great time at this resort. My wife and I 2nd anniversary. Everyone was wonderful. The staff went the extra mile to make sure your stay was the best it could be. There are different pools, and a big beach. The food was outstanding. All of the staff gave 100% to keep things enjoyable and relaxing. Thank you so much to Carmolo, Elvin, Pedro, Mr. Martinez, and Carmen. Excellent customer service. We will be back.
This place is a deal. I mean its not the best, but definitely not the worst. The place could use some fixin, like the bottom of the pool. My room was open door to the beach. I loved the beach here. Peaceful in the mornings. Overall this was well worth the money spent.
This is my first time visiting be live collection punta cana. It's great place people's are way to good, food is amazing beach is briliant. Wonderful service conversation, there's many things to do like party's all day. Personal here are great always smile there is several amazing guys who will help u with everything first one is Martinez just ask someone to call him and from that moment you can just relax and enjoy your great vacation. Next one is Elvin he is really good to, and the last one is best bartender Carmelio he know when to replace your drink with new and cold one . Severino is for guest services, and just update to Vip best thing i recomment this place and i will come again soon
People walked up to me every hour on the beach asking me to purchase drugs. Im not interested what if i had teenage kids. There SECURITY SUCKED!!!! The Food was horrible quality. The front lobby desk was not much help for anything. The only thing i can say positive was that they had beer and most of the staff were polite to the patrons. I couldnt wait to leave
My husband and I just came back from this hotel in Punta Cana. We were assigned to the room in the block 2 with an ocean view. As always, there are downfalls and great things, but since the overall feeling is amazing I am not bothered with the little imperfections. I am not sure where to start with. The lovely and friendly staff or the nicest people/guests we met there. This place felt like home thanks to people and despite the hurricane Matthew and not the nicest weather for a couple of days I enjoyed myself soooo much. Yes, there are occasional power cuts, no water for a couple of hours, but who cares? It is all part of the charm and charisma this place can offer. I didn’t mind the seaweed, the ocean is a living thing. Pool in the VIP section was immaculate. People working at the VIP bar and lounge (Hector, Ana Iris, Carmelo, Pedro, Yafreyzi, Yelitza, Richard- sorry if I forgot someone or didn't spell name right) and our butler Luis were so friendly and helpful, we couldn’t ask for more. Special thanks to Eduardo, the security guard, lovely and chatty man.We arrived to this hotel on Sunday around 5 pm, were checked-in in the VIP lounge and 30-40 min after the arrival we were swimming in the ocean. When it comes to the food, there is a huge selection. I really liked minestrone soup, veal and Catalan cream mousse in Mylos and waiter Jansel there was so friendly; food in Japanese restaurant was really tasty (I don’t eat sushi, so I had some salad, miso soup, beef tataki, deep fried oreos with ice cream – yummi!!!) and chef Jonathan was amusing the guests. Brazilian restaurant was great for 4 times but last 2 times we went there the service wasn’t as good. Maybe because they were busy and can’t manage that amount of guests, I really don’t know. Anyway, deep fried aubergine, black beans, rice, both soups-cream of pumpkin and chicken soup, beef steaks, pork, chicken, lamb.. all really tasty. Didn’t like duck and sirloin steak in the Steak house, and although other guests said that skirt steak there is good we didn’t go back. Waitress Yolanda (I am not sure I remembered her name right) was really friendly there. If you can, avoid Snack bar. Hamburgers there taste like they were cooked couple of days ago. I personally had stomach problems after eating there and one of my friends spend whole day in the toilet after eating hamburger from this place. We didn’t go to Lobster house, and most of guests told us that is not worth a visit.Drinks from VIP bar were all nice, and draft beer from main bar was not good at all. We had massage at the Spa and Maria and Lucia were sooo good. Jose and Peña from the Spa were nice and really friendly. I also had haircut but unfortunately didn’t remember the name of the hairdresser. She doesn’t speak English really good but we understood each other and I left Spa pleased.We left tips for the maid every day, tipped waiters and waitresses and other members of the staff when we were happy with the service, which, to be honest, was on daily basis. I noticed that although they appreciate tips what it seems that they appreciate more is being friendly to them and trying to speak as much Spanish as you can. Even a few words make such a difference and they are all happy to teach you more. I don’t think that they treat Spanish guests or any other nationality differently although I know there are people that wouldn’t agree with me. I come from a small country and definitely have accent so most of people initially thought I am Russian or Polish. One evening at Mylos staff was so nice to me and my friends (we all speak the same language), asked us where we are from and we got loads of attention and brilliant service. As we were leaving they all waved and said “Buenas noches”.We had some problems with toilet in our room but handy man came first thing in the morning. Bed was really comfortable. I think that they were changing bedding everyday. Even if not so, it was always clean. We always had clean towels, lots of shampoos, bath gels and bath lotions. I didn’t like the shower cabin but eventually got used to it. Oh yes, in the VIP lounge, every night at 11pm they bin all the leftover food (they normally change it every 3-4 hours), empty all shelves and clean the whole place thoroughly. Everyone must try pineapple and mango there, totally different class from what we normally buy in supermarkets.Didn’t have any problems with people selling things at the beach, I would simply say “No, gracias” and smile and they just moved on. Maybe because it is VIP section so they are not really allowed to bother you, maybe because I made myself clear. When it comes to mosquitos, I got some bites from them and also some from tiny ants. Nothing that antihistamine tablets can’t help with within one hour or two. We had anti-mosquito plug-ins in our room so only saw few of them. At the beginning we used anti-mosquito body sprays, but after couple of days couldn’t be bothered. Before the holiday, we got vaccines for Hepatitis A and Typhoid and took anti-malaria tablets so weren’t really bothered with bites. The worst bites we got happened during the flight back when cabin crew used some anti-mosquito spray.“The Michael Jackson show” on Thursday evening was amazing. There are loads of activities, live music and shows/beach parties that there is no way to get bored of this place.We didn’t go to any of the trips because we were so comfortable and had everything we needed for relaxing holiday at this hotel.Advices: don’t forget to pack torch and umbrella, antihistamine tablets, corticosteroid cream, probiotic capsules, pantoprazole, gelusil tablets, painkillers (ibuprofen for example), some antibiotic cream, ibuprofen cream and tweezers (in case you step on a wasp, as happened to our friend), antibiotic, tea tree oil and medicines for the ear infection (all of these- just in case, you never know). Be really careful when you walk on the sand because some people don’t really care what they leave behind them (I found rusty razor, lipstick, cigarette butts, bottle caps, pieces of glass..) and especially when there is a mixture of water and sand- it is seriously slippery and one girl broke her ankle. Staff is cleaning the beach and areas around the pool every morning but some things come from the ocean and people sunbathing during the day. Don’t dive in any of the pools as they are not really deep and you can really injure yourself. If you are a smoker, when you arrive buy cigarettes at Duty free shop at the Punta Cana Airport as they are almost half the price of cigarettes sold at the hotel. If you want Mamajuana it is much cheaper at the airport.I hope I helped with my review. I tried to be very detailed.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 3 buffet meals daily plus 24-hour snacks
- A la carte dining (dress code in effect, subject to availability)
- Unlimited house wine, domestic beer and select international brand drinks (24-hours)
- 24-hour room service
- Daily activities
- Scuba clinic in pool
- Spanish lessons
- Dance lessons
- Nightly entertainment
- 140 junior suites in 3, three-storey buildings
- Buffet Restaurant
- 3 a la carte restaurants (International, Italian, Tex-Mex)
- 7 bars, including a swim-up bar
- Full access to facilities and services at the Be Live Grand Punta Cana:
- 2 pools
- Children's pool
- 2 tennis courts
- Full service spa (fee)
- Beauty salon
- Shopping plaza
- Internet access (fee)
- Golf nearby (fee)
- 2 queens or 1 king bed
- Cable TV
- In-room safe
- Mini-bar (stocked with bottled water, soft drinks & beer)
- Coffee maker
- Living area
- Bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and shower
- Hair dryer
- Balcony or terrace
- Nightly turn-down service
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
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Be Live Grand BavaroPunta Cana,Dominican Republic
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Carretera Cabeza de Toro Km 7, Punta Cana 23000 Dominican Republic
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