6. The Food Alone is Worth the Trip
Listen. I am not a woman who gets by on salads, OK? I like good food and when I’m on vacation, I want to eat well too and not just kid food. One of the most impressive parts of this resort is how effortlessly it combines kid-friendly fare and adult dining. You can make a reservation at one of the adult-only restaurants for a romantic dinner or book a night out at a family-friendly restaurant on property that will have something for everyone, including entertainment, luxury meals for the adults, and lots of options for picky eaters. There’s all-you-can eat buffets morning, noon, and night, as well as speciality restaurants to choose from.
And all allergies, food preferences, and special requests are easily accommodated by the chefs at any place on the property, which is not something you can expect everywhere. Also, there’s a donut station at the breakfast buffet. I’m just throwing that out there. And the desert, if that happens to be your thing, is unlike anything you’ll ever come across at a family resort because it just so happens the Dominican Republic grows a lot of chocolate.