11 restaurants with a wide variety of restaurants
300 metres of fine white sand beach
The country of rum and sugar cane has endless attractions, from colonial cities which are World Heritage Sites to premium beaches that will star in your best photos. Just looking out from the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in the Dominican Republic is enough to spot memorable places that will provide the best souvenirs for when you return home. Paradise can be found on the beaches of the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in the Dominican Republic.
The Dominican Republic is a perfect destination for kitesurfing lovers, thanks to the waves and the perfect winds. Guests staying at the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in the Dominican Republic will also have adventure sports, hiking and scuba diving in natural areas within their reach. We also have golf courses to enjoy a comfortable holiday with an extra swing.
The best way to get to know Punta Cana, the star area for those seeking sun and relaxation, is to stay at the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Punta Cana with direct access to the best beaches on the Caribbean Sea, such as El Cortecito or Arena Gorda. The only difficulty is choosing which one.
If you want to steer off the beaten track, visit a cigar factory or a rum distillery, these are really authentic activities. The cultural offer is also impressive, with museums, monuments and remains of the oldest settlement of the New World. Another example of this historical legacy is the cuisine, a fusion of Spanish, Taino and African products that make up sancocho - a version of the Spanish cocido (a stew) - or yaniqueques - crepes filled with cheese or egg.
During breakfast at the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in the Dominican Republic, don't forget to try Dominican coffee, available in 25 different varieties and prepared with a strainer. It will be a thrilling discovery.
The Dominican Republic is undoubtedly one of the favourite destinations for travellers who really want to make the most of their holiday. Discover all our hotels in the Dominican Republic!