Best all-inclusive in Punta Cana for unlimited specialty restaurant reservations – Dominican Republic – Debbie's Carribean Reviews Forums

MarBear53 2018-01-22 19:35:49 UTC #1

Hi – I have stayed at Iberostar Bavaro and Domenicana and and have gotten bored with the food, activities, etc. I’m on somewhat of a budget but am looking for an all inclusive where you can go to all of the specialty restaurants without restrictions. That is my biggest problem with Iberostar for the price. Thanks for any suggestions.

bobfromcanada 2018-01-23 14:20:00 UTC #2

I can’t think of any. My thoughts are that unlimited specialty restaurant selection and budget pricing would be mutually exclusive. Sorry, but maybe someone else can come up with a suggestion.

Spunky 2018-01-23 21:54:57 UTC #3

I always check the “Special Features” listing for each resort. Sometimes a hidden gem like a $50 VIP bracelet that gives unlimited a la cartes is available.

bobfromcanada 2018-01-24 16:17:05 UTC #4

Good thought. You should look into that.
If the a la carte restaurants worked like a real restaurant, I’d be all for it. If I could just walk in, on MY time, it would be great. But I’m on holidays. Making a scheduled dinner time reservation is not on my “want to” list.

MarBear53 2018-01-24 20:01:31 UTC #5

Thank you all for your replies. It is defintely something the resorts should make clear on their websites and for the price you should be able to eat anywhere you please!

Debbie_from_Winnipeg 2018-01-26 22:38:52 UTC #6

Tough to pick a new resort with a limited budget in mind but still want to eat at all the specialty restaurants with good food to boot LOL.

You really do get what you pay for and you’d be hard pressed to find what you’re looking for and pay less for it.

I’ve been to many resorts, budget ones included and you just can’t compare the quality and quantity of food available to you like the Iberostar for example.

When’s the last time you were at Iberostar Bavaro… it’s changed a lot in the last 2 years.

Foodman 2018-08-09 13:11:01 UTC #7

Riu Macao Palace has a new no dinner reservation policy. It is in the price range of the Iberostar and they have lobster every night in their steakhouse. Also no limits for restaurants during your stay.

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