Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort Casino & Aquagames
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For beach lovers: The beach at Sirenis Cocotal has quiet waters protected by the reef and natural palms. Great for couples and honeymooners, but not the best for singles as there is not a lot to do on the property and nothing close by. Also good for families as the one bedroom suite fits 5 people.
We booked this hotel as our planned holiday to Cuba had been cancelled due to the hurricane. We arrived at the hotel check in was smooth . We were introduced to Jiminez our concierge , he was very friendly and helpful . He escorted us to our room, which was in L block and assured us if we needed anything all we had to do was ask. The luggage promptly followed. The room was well equipped and clean. (one thing was that it seemed dimly lit even with all the lights on) There was a fridge with cans of lager,water and soft drinks, although none of which were diet or low calorie . I did ask Jiminez for some and received some in the fridge later the same day .The room was cleaned daily by the lovely Isaura,who was very pleasant. We were quite near the beach and pool which suited us.Sunbeds were plentiful and had no trouble getting one. This meant we were at the furthest away point from the restaurant ,but this was not a problem for us.The food in the restaurant was lovely always a good selection of hot and cold dishes after the first couple of times we sat in the same area carefully looked after by Joana Cruz who was lovely always smiling and happy.We also visited the Italian restaurant but found the staff to be quite rude and it seemed like they were trying to hurry us up. We also found the same problem in the Tex Mex where we were sat unsure what to do , eventually someone told us to help ourselves from the buffet, then we had to tell the people on the next table what to do.The japanese was entertaining but by the time we were served the food was cold.The pool was nice it gave the impression of a beach with one side shallow getting deeper past the swim up bar.Some of the female staff at the pool bar were quite rude at times.The lobby bar was at times difficult to be served at after fighting through the smokers sat on the bar stools , other people have commented about this too. The entertainment team were ok . The music was far too loud and the music inappropriate for young children due to the lyrics. They could do with getting a better range of music as was same every day.The night time entertainment was good but we didnt go every night.Half of the resort was closed for refurbishment which worked in our favour as it meant less people there.We did go to the timeshare tour but we had no intention of buying we made this clear at the start but still had a look round accompanied by Hamilton.We didn't go on any tours or trips ,just had a nice relaxing break. We met same lovely people both locals and holidaymakers. We would recommend this hotel but seeing as it is undergoing extensive refurbishment I doubt it would be in our price range in the future. All in all a pleasant trip.
This is my 12th time in Dominican Republic! 3rd time in this resort of Sirenis. I've stayed at many places on the Caribbean & Atlantic side. This hotel is partly bein refurbished & in need btw. The new part opens next month(Nov 17) and the part I'm stayin in is closing until April next year. This all inclusive resort is great. It will soon be (Grand Sirenis) rather than Sirenis. Airport transfers.. well guys, we was the last drop off hotel after hard rock, sensortori, chic, breathless & onyx resorts & only took only 40 mins. Staff: absolutely awesome from reception to room...Hose, who meeted & greeted us was so lovely., (Tho he's gone on annual leave).. Lobby & snack bar staff.. Sofi at snack bar, zorilla (aka hose ), monchie, johnny, Jesus & avelin was absolutely brilliant. Lissander at lobby was the most amazing guy ever. Some people are so rude and these guys just took it on the chin & held their head up high with a BIG FAT SMILE.. bless. Food... certainly not the best & limited, not much seafood like I'm used to here but never poorly. Just a little boring & repetitive. In general: ....waterpark fun, restaurants & bars a little limited, (Need a little more cocktails with proper carnation millk.like in Mexico.) I feel like being a teacher of many things in Dom rep esp food and cocktails( of how to cook & make them properly) ..lol Sea(ocean).. gorgeous, As stated previously the Dominican REPUBLIC is so safe & u can go outside the resort to where & when ever u want. Some of the stories are ridiculous. I have been 12 times here. Twice in Mexico & Cuba. Hope this helps guys. I'm 40 years of age and my husband is 50. We love this safe haven of a place. Rachel Waugh .💋😎👌.
I liked this place very much. The most relaxing vacantion, beautiful places, good food, people are very friendly, Miguel Bermudez very nice guy, he talked to us a lot, explained lots of things there. Beautiful sea, beautiful beach.
Sirenis resort was great! My husband and I went here for 10 days on our honeymoon. The staff were very friendly and the resort was clean. Franklyn from guest services was very helpful and booked us in for some restaurant dinners. We will definitely be returning at some point in the future!
We arrived on the 24th of September to start our two week holiday. The check-in staff were friendly and welcoming, providing us with all of the information we needed. We were then given welcome cocktails and introduced to our personal Concierge, Ramon. We were escorted by Ramon to our room which was located a couple of minutes from the main building and just 10 yards from the beach. The room was a reasonable size, clean, with a fridge and coffee maker, a large bathroom with walk in shower as well as a balcony with table and chairs. It was certainly enough for what we needed. After around 10 minutes our bags arrived thanks to the very happy Bell boy. We then received a bottle of prosecco and some fresh fruit as a special welcome.The food at all meal times was plentiful. Each night there was a different theme in the restaurant to keep things from getting boring. There are also several alacarte restaurants, which you can eat in once booked through your concierge. I would recommend the Italian and the Mediterranean. The Japanese restaurant was disappointing as was the Tex Mex. I would also recommend not going to eat as soon as the main restaurant opens as it was a bit chaotic. I would give it an hour then go. The resort itself was clean and tidy. When we arrived they had started the clean up after Hurricane Maria. Although the damage wasn't extensive there was quite a bit of debris laying around within the gardens and on the beach. The staff assigned to the clear up were fast and methodical and had the place looking great within a couple of days. All of the staff that we came across, whether it be house keeping, entertainment, service or otherwise were extremely friendly and polite and always willing to help or ask us how our day was going. They work very hard and deserve the tips that they earn!A special note of thanks has to go to our concierge Ramon. He was so warm and friendly from the moment we arrived to the moment we left. Nothing was too much trouble, no question was unanswered and even on our last day he came to see us off with bottled water for both of us to get us through the heat until we got onto our coach. He was invaluable. We certainly plan on returning here.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
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
- Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
- 24 hour snacks
- 1 la carte dinner per person/week at each specialty restaurant w/reservations
- Unlimited Domestic and International drinks from 9am-Midnight
- Wine with lunch and dinner
- In-room mini-bar w/soft drinks & water, replenished daily
- Introductory scuba diving lesson in pool
- Day & night tennis until 8pm
- Beach volleyball
- Use of gym and steam bath
- Aqua aerobics
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- Entrance to disco (drinks extra)
- Full exchange privileges with Sirenis Tropical Suites next door
- 427 rooms
- Main buffet restaurant
- 6 a la carte restaurants: Creperie, Chinese, Steakhouse, Mexican, Italian and Seafood, dress code & reservations required
- Gourmet restaurant (supplement applies)
- Several bars including A/C Poolside bar and Swim-up bar
- 2 swimming pools
- Aquagames park
- Kids pool
- Tennis courts
- Gift shops
- Games room w/billiards
- Massage services (fee)
- Internet cafe (fee)
Hotel Rooms include:
- 2 double beds
- Ceiling fan
- Satellite TV
- Mini-bar (replenished daily)
- In-room safe (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Balcony with ocean or garden view
- Max occupancy 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 kids
Kids Deals - Two children 6 & under stay and eat free when sharing a room with adults; pay airfare and transfers only. Please inquire for further details.
For the Kids - For the Kids - Mini Club (ages 4-12) where kids can enjoy supervised activities daily. Themed Caribbean Pirates children's area for 4-11yr olds with 10 children's water slides and 4 splash barrels. Children's area for 4-11 yr olds with water jets and sprinklers. Children's swimming pool for 2-4 yr olds with animal statues and water sprinkler. Playground, games room and Babysitting services available (fee).
Stay at 1, Play at 2! - Guests staying at the Sirenis Cocotal have exchange privileges with the Sirenis Tropical Suites next door (including Vegetarian a la carte restaurant).
Honeymooners - Receive a fruit basket and bottle of sparkling wine & rum in room, breakfast in bed on first day, a la carte dinner at the Gourmet restaurant, a room upgrade (subject to availability at time of check-in), and a surprise gift. Must be booked within 2 months of wedding. Request when booking. Requires proof of marriage certificate at check-in.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
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Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort Casino & AquagamesPunta Cana,Dominican Republic
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Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
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