Das Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames begrüßt Sie am Strand Uvero Alto und bietet einen großen Außenpool mit herrlichem Meerblick. Das Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames begrüßt Sie am Strand Uvero Alto und bietet einen großen Außenpool mit herrlichem Meerblick. Aug. Das Sirenis Punta Cana Resort Casino & Aquagames setzt sich aus zwei Hotels zusammen: dem Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort Casino.
I do not recomment Sirenis for vacations. Prefer other other in Punta Cana. I do believe that customer feedback is the most valuable source of information and your suggestions have been carefully Room was very nicely decorated.
Good to have soda, beer and cold water stocked in the refridgerator. We are very proud to know you enjoyed our facilities and the service that was provided to you by our staff The resort is amazing and beautiful.
The staff there is also very friendly. You are very lucky if you get to meet Jimmy and Gysel concierge and the waitress Giovanna! The rooms are very clean and so is the beach.
I would definitely go back! Dear Davide, Thank you for staying with us and for taking the time to review our hotel.
We are so proud to know you enjoyed your stay at our Resort and that you enjoyed the friendliness of our staff members.
We will pass on your Was kind of wondering reading all bad reviews before going there. And was pleasantly surprised after we got there.
We had a great family suit after remodeling with the nice king bed. Kids stay separate and were sleeping on a sofa. We were able to The grounds are very well kept and clean, and you'll see gecko lizards, and the odd tarantula I kid you not!
All the public areas are polished regularly, although my partner found that the mosquito repellant she used reacted with the polish they use on the seats and discoloured her sandals and feet.
Reception offer a decent enough service - their English is reasonable and I didn't have any communication problems.
The grounds just outside the hotel are beautiful as well, although I'd advise anyone to avoid using the small parade of shops on the complex, as although they are well-stocked, they are very expensive - but if you forgot to buy mosquito repellant, or need some medication, you're left with little choice.
Souvenirs are best purchased elsewhere, again due to price, The complex is actually divided into two 'sides' - the Beach Resort the subject of this review and the Tropical Suites.
Both share the same facilities, the only difference being the rooms - the Tropical Both share the same facilities, the only difference being the rooms - the Tropical Suites are far larger and superior; the Cocotal rooms are at best mediocre.
Ours was not dirty, as such, but the bathroom was in need of updating and the quality of the room itself was shabby.
Nonetheless, we only used the room to chill out and sleep - literally, because the air conditioning was very good - and watch a bit of TV.
The channels are mostly American, so if you're not a late-night person, or fancy an early one, there are plenty of things on.
There is also a mini-bar - stocking non-alcoholic drinks only we had mineral water, Sprite and Coca Cola. There are upgrade 'packages' available - for varying amounts, you can have room service, a fully alcoholic mini-bar and various other facilities - we didn't bother with these.
The pool and beach were both lovely - the pool is enormous, but can become quite crowded. Having two pool bars was quite nice, but neither of them were particularly clean one of them had an ant infestation and some characters decided to empty the remnants of their unwanted drinks into the pool this may say more about the guests than the hotel though!
The beach was quieter, and had its own bar together with waiter service. I'm not sure if the waiter service was the result of a nice tip or all part of the package; I suspect the former.
I've read a lot of conflicting things about the food, but personally, I can't see how anyone was ill due to the food - because none of it was undercooked - everything is thrashed to within an inch of its life!
Neither myself or my partner had any problems with undercooked food. That isn't to say it's great though - far from it - we both found the buffet uninteresting and bland, and out of the selection of a 'a la carte' restaurants we tried, only the Italian and Japanese offered any sort of atmosphere and flavour.
The Steakhouse, Mexican and Mediterranean restaurants I thought were dreadful - I am still convinced they microwaved a supermarked 'fajita dinner kit' and served it to me - very disappointing.
Although you are told you only have two reservations for the 'a la carte' per week, it's worth visiting Guest Services every so often to see if they'll give you any extra bookings we had eight bookings in two weeks.
Again, there is nowhere to purchase snacks crisps, sweets etc so if you're that way inclined, bring your own! Outside of the main dining, there is a snack bar at the pool, serviing burgers, sausages and the like, as well as ice-cream which was lovely , but for a tasty lunchtime munch head down to the beach barbecue.
All that in mind, I spoke to some people who had been to the Dominican Republic before - both to five-star hotels - and both said that the food at the Sirenis was the best they'd had.
I guess you have to bear in mind that it's mass catering as well! There's certainly enough entertainment, although it's mainly geared towards the younger guests children, young teens and lager louts thanks to the 'Animation Team'.
These guys do everthing - sing, dance, fitness classes, merengue lessons, you name it, they do it. The guys work very hard, and the highlight of our two weeks was watching the Dominican show and dancing to the live band afterwards.
The shows are all of varying quality - go with an open mind - but the local bands afterwards are a real laugh. Take your mosquito repellant though, because the mozzies are out in force in that area of the hotel, and several people I spoke to when I was there said they'd never seen mosquito bites like it - my girlfriend ended up with 70 bites on her leg after one evening there.
The lowlight of the entertainment - which cycles every two weeks - was the 'party' on the first night.
After a 9-hour flight, and an early start that morning, I didn't really enjoying hearing 'Agadoo' from my room blaring out over a breakbeat At weekends, the local Dominicans are allowed in, and our rep advised us to book trips for the weekends because of this.
I'd read elsewhere that the locals cause chaos; I also heard stories to that effect while I was there, but about the only thing that annoyed me was it was very difficult to get served at the bar when the Dominicans were there - the bar staff would always serve them first.
Tipping is very welcome there - we took a lot of one-dollar bills US currency is almost preferred to Dominican and these went a long way.
Once you've tipped someone, they'll be very attentive to you. The surrounding area is pretty quiet - there isn't much to do apart from organised trips - although a walk north-ish along the beach is lovely the southern end is really dirty!
We found most of the tour operator-organised trips were quite expensive, and didn't offer great value-for-money. If you've booked, you won't be disappointed.
Just come back from a 2 week stay at the Sirenis Tropical Suites The hotel is very big as it is made up of two hotels- the other being the Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort.
Its all the same hotel really, just different receptions and it mirrors the tropical side of the hotel. I think the only difference is that the Cocotal side has higher rise apartments than the Tropical Side.
I was really concerned about the weather before i went as reports said that there were tropical storms etc. Whilst there the weather was great!
It was very hot in the day and only a few cloudy mornings and if it did rain only a few occasions it would only last 20 mins, of which you could sit under the umbrellas etc.
The sun would be back out after that. It was also very warm in the eve's, so def no need for jackets etc! Altho the coffee maker plug wouldnt fit in the socket!
The food here was really nice, plenty of choice and always fresh. I think i only got bored one night when it was a dominican theme.
I didnt experience any bad tummy upsets while on holiday. There were also 5 a la cartes, of which you can have 2 reservations per week, but if you enquire in the morning you may be able to get a last min booking.
All restaurants were very big and well decorated. There were always plenty of sunbeds with shade. The pool was kept clean every day and the swim up bars were great, i spent most of the time at the quieter side of the pool.
The further up the beach you go you tend to find a bit of rubbish washed up from the sea. The sand was a light golden colour, but plenty of palm trees for that caribbean feel.
These were mainly dance shows, the dancers are really good and tried really hard but the shows were a bit samey - altho i really liked the dirty dancing one!
Afterwards was usually a live band or something. There is also a casino - which i went in once and a disco after 11pm, which i didnt go to as was usually too tired!
There were a few english channels on the TV so found myself heading back to the room to watch a movie. Come and slide into fun!
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