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VH Gran Ventana Beach Resort
Ranked #6 of 39 Hotels in Puerto Plata
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Halifax, Canada
Level 4 Contributor
13 reviews
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“A great family adeventure”
Reviewed 2 March 2011

Our arrival at the airport was quick and easy. On board the plane, you'll be given 3 entry documents. One, a small card that resembles a phone card and two entrance documents. All three will be handed off at different points after you've picked up your bags so keep them handy. ( Two of these forms are a real duplication of each other and seems like a make work project for somebody in the DR! I swear these guys must work for the Cdn Gov't! LOL)

Once you have your bags, just follow the signs outside where you'll see people holding your airline sign (mine was Air Canada Vacations) He'll have a list of what bus you're to board for your hotel. IE: my bus was #2 for Gran Ventana.... Once you walk across the parking lot to your bus (30 meters or less) make sure you check with the bus porter to see if you're actually listed to be on "that particular bus". We were directed to the wrong bus but were quickly able to discover the right bus. Just make sure your luggage and you get on the same one.....

It's only a 15 min bus ride to the hotel. Your luggage will come off the bus and be placed near the bell hops desk.... Don't try to collect it just yet.... head straight to check in desk and "beat the line". During check in, you'll be given a slip to hand to the bell hop standing near your luggage; he'll get your bags to your room.

Head to your room and make sure it pleases you. Most of the hotels are only at 60% capacity, so asking for a different room shouldn't be that difficult.

Yes... avoid the Beata building because of the disco behind it. The pool area there is very quiet during the day and in the evening. It's not until after midnight that the disco gets going. We never heard it at all from the Catalina or Saona building.

Two weeks prior to our arrival we emailed the hotel at: [roomsgv@vhhr.com] They got back to us usually the same business day with any questions we had and understood our concerns with the Beata Building. THEY even told us our rooms numbers. The rooms are identified by a four digit number.... The Soana building starts with 1XXX, Catalina starts with 2XXX, and the Beata building starts with 3XXX. Second digit is the floor number.

Walking to our room was quick and included a fast stop at the pool side bar for a pina coloda. Caution, all the drinks seemed to be watered down. Looking back, I would have purchased a bottle of room from the mall. (The mall is a two minute walk from the main desk. Just walk straight out and through the traffic gate. Take an immediate right turn and walk alongside the Roadhouse bar....... the mall and court yard will open up in front of you.) ... We stayed in the Catalina Building which is the sister-building to the Saona building. All rooms on the third floor have vaulted ceilings so you get a much bigger sense of volume and grander. Our rooms (2314 & 2315) we're a superior room adjacent to a Jr. Suite. There is a big difference in the size between the two. Can't over state the cleanliness of the rooms and the entire resort in general. The maids and cleaning staff really go overboard in they're cleaning.

Food is really great. Aside from the huge buffet, there are 3 al-a-carte restaurants to choose from. Reservations for the al-a-carts are down at the main entrance to the Beata building and they only open the restaurant reservation desk from 0800-noon. Book your al-a-carte choices as soon as you're able. We found the food at all three really good, but the wine was marginal.

The buffet opens from 7-10am, then 12-2 pm. 630pm-10pm , then midnight until 2am for burgers and fires. Aside from the midnight sitting, the buffets are full of choices but can be a little repetitive. There are three large covered areas you actually eat under, 2 of which are non-smoking. Choose appropriately....

Closer to the beach is the "Snack Bar". It opens noon until 5pm, then closes to become one of the al-a-cartes. I found the snack bar great! The chicken wings were not greasy at all and my kids lived on the cheese burgers and fries.

Side trips... book through James as mentioned many times in the TA reviews. He represents the identical tour company's that you book through the hotel lobby but without the hotels mark up. He can be found in the mall two doors left of Phillips British Pub. (He shares office space with "Caribbean tours") James is about 5' 8", thin with short blond hair and a strong southern US Georgian accent. He's a great guy to sit and talk to... Offer to buy him a beer at the pub... but beware, he loves to talk! (PS .. Thanks James!!!!)

I highly recommend the Jeep Safari tour he offers..... and the waterfall trip. We changed our minds on doing the falls after reading reviews here on Trip Advisor, but when you talk to James you'll get the truth about the accidents that happened. The falls are perfectly safe when you follow the guides and only do the lower 7 falls. Talk to James..... :) We also did the outback safari but wouldn't recommend it. We saw a lot of the back country, but it was a long drive to no where and an even longer drive back.

A little more on the jeep, you'll stop by a village art shop where the entire village gets involved. From cutting the limestone out of the mountain to rough shaping the art.... You'll watch as the first chap rough carves the limestone with a machete. He hands it off to the second guy who carves it into a work of art. The 3rd adds the detail, the forth smooths and sands it, the 5th waxes it etc.... A true assembly line where everyone in the village gets an equal share of the profits. No matter if it's the young boy in the jungle or the salesman at the end. A true success story for this small village and one of the most amazing memories I took away from my trip. if you're thinking of a nice limestone carving this tour is wear you'll find something beautifully hand made for very little ($50 item here will easily be several hundred at the mall)

Check out at the airport.... You'll need to fill out three different forms again for departure! LOL..... and they all have the save information again! Suggest you grab the forms and fill them out while you're waiting in line. Duty free shop prices are no bargain here. Better off buying it before you go to the airport. Air Canada had paid our departure fee of $25 US, if you're package doesn't include this fee you'll need $25 US for each traveler. They won't accept pesos for the departure fee, just US dollars.... Weird huh?

Guess that's about it for the Cliff note version... if you have any other questions no matter how small, please don't hesitate to contact me.

  • Stayed March 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 1 March 2011

My wife and I chose this hotel after MUCH reading on TA of reviews! Disregarded a few obvious bad ones and off we went. We have been 10 times to DR and Cuba nad have a pretty good idea of what should be and value. GV has the best food we have ever seen anywhere in the caribean ! THe Alacarts are ALL excellent! Amongst us we voted the Beach Grill the best and the Octapus the fanciest :) They really are all great ! try them! The buffet had chienese food, turkey , chicken, 3 or 4 kinds of potatoe every night, pastas, Always a carvery each night different and tasty. always a beef dish, a fish dish o r two....rice, honestly I could go on for days . Deserts to numerous to mention and tasty! A chocolate cornor! Salad bar and lots of breads and rolls and fruit. Honestly if you can t eat here you should probably not go to the Caribean :)
Our room was 2306. It was a solid 4 star room, no worn furnishing that I read of ?? I have pics to prove it !! top floor over looking the pool and a small ocean view thru the trees. Nice patio. AIr condition and hot water etc no problems.
There is definatly a difference with the staff here compared to other resorts I ve been too..they are eager to please and quick to do thier work. Each morning we would go to breakfast around 8-9 and put the green sign on our door..EVERY time our room was cleaned when we got back! We did have a negitive experience with one waiter in the Italian alacart which I did not allow to ruin our evening but he did bother me and I have sent a letter to the GV manager.
THe pool is beautiful and cleaned each day and night. I ve never seen people clean like they do! I watched them every day scrub the entire pool deck and all the chairs and tables. ALl the walkways right to the beach as well....nothing escapes these guys.
First time ever the other hotel people are on the beach trying to recruit you to come there next year, when we walked to the golf course they were at the end of thier entrances inviting you in for a tour or a drink.....asking for your visit next year! Perhaps this explains why GV is working so hard with the closures in Playa Dorada.
We took a taxi to toen and the rum factory etc....$40 for 2 hours, ok if your a first time visitor to the area.
The rum at the airport duty free, the first shop you come to after you clear check in is the cheapest anywhere. $2 less than the Brugal factory!
There is ice in the big grey plastic containers on each floor! Took us a few days to realize that :) THere is a money exchange on the resort between the 2 shops.
The beach is beautiful and there are a lot of vendors to sell you things but they are friendly and will go with a no thanks. As someone else said there s nothing wrong with shopping from your beach chair!! We did most of our shopping there ....nice fun guys to barter with, have fun with it. We did go to the orange market and a market in town.....we found the further from the resort the more aggressive the people/sellers get.
Fortunatly for us we had 7 hot and sunny days....not a drop of rain.
The shows are fun mostly audience participation bit the Michael Jackson show is very good!
We will return to the GV next year with 4 friends I have no problem recommending this resort to anyone. It's beautiful, well run and affordable. Enjoy!

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled as a couple
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Berkeley, California
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Reviewed 1 March 2011

We initially were staying in the Beata building by the south pool. At Midnight we were awaken by very very loud music coming from the Rodeway Bar just next door. The music was so loud that our room felt like it was vibrating. We called down to the front desk and they said it would be going on until 3:30am or 4am! We thought it was because it was Saturday night. Then the same thing happened on Sunday night. The resort has no way to stop the music because the bar is not on their property. So we luckily were able to change our room to another building - so the rest of the week we could sleep very soundly.

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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Ontario's Near North, Canada
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Reviewed 28 February 2011

9 of us came to the Gran Ventana for a week or R&R. 5 Teenagers, and 4 adults. I can't say enough about how great of a deal it was and how I wouldn't give a second thought to coming back here.
Beach, great
Food, great,
Staff, amazing, and for those who complain that they don't speak good english....stay in the US if you don't like it. I've stayed at hotels in Toronto where the english in the DR seems like Buckingham Palace. This is a Spanish speaking country where many people can communicate in 4 languages. Amazing to me.
Resort, great, older, but well kept and the pride the staff take in keeping it up is something we could all learn from. Sure the rooms aren't fancy, but NO bugs, clean, well stocked, and if you need anything, they are right there to help. The cleaning staff work around the clock and many of the folks are here 16+ hours a day.
Enough said. We paid $1075.00 taxes in to fly from Toronto for 7 days. The air and food alone was worth it. No better bargain to be had. Period

Totally relaxing, kids loved it, nightly entertainment is light and fun. Party ends around 11 but there is a disco and bar up the street. After all day in the sun, 11 pm is almost tough to stay awake to anyhow. Bar opens at 10 am......that's a long haul....lol

We took the Safari Tour to 27 Waterfalls park....booked on the beach with Luis. It was amazing, $50.00 each, gone most of the day, lunch, rum, guides, and even bought a DVD of the day's events from our personal Camera man, $37.50. Guide was Raphael and the Camera man was Bernardo. If you do nothing else but sit by the pool all week, take a day and do this tour. Waterfalls not for the lazy or nervous, very exciting, a real rush. The fellas at the Waterfall park have been there for years and really make an exciting experience for all......too cool.,

Long and short....there are plenty of places to choose from, but I met many guests at the GV that were repeat and was referred by a friend. I am doing the same..... gather your friends: book, stay and enjoy.

My first trip to the Dominican is certainly not going to be my last.

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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Blackpool
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 27 February 2011

I went with my son and wife . It was really nice hotel when we got there all the staff was brilliant they was very helpfull .

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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Lynbrook, New York
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
Reviewed 27 February 2011

The Gran Ventana is a nice 3 Star all inclusive. The check in is relatively easy but you have to push to get a room by the beach. The rooms are dated (especially the 1970's TV). The beach is excellent. The staff is very good. The booze is cheap local booze and the wine is horrible. The food at the buffet is good at breakfast and average at lunch or dinner. The snack bar at the beach is NOT good. The restaurants are very good for an all inclusive resort. Tip the staff they work hard and really appreciate it.

The vendors are somewhat annoying and very persistent. The trip we booked through Ceaser took 3 hours to get to Pardise Island and 3 hours to get back. Not the 11/2 we were told!, but the snorkeling was great! If they improve on the quality of the selction of liquor we will go back. Room servive would be nice also (we are use to room service in Mexico).

Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 26 February 2011

Why it was good: I stayed at the Gran Ventana for 6 nights, seven days in February, 2011. This was my 7th trip to the DR and 4th in the Puerto Plata area. All were at all-inclusives. I like the North Coast but had never stayed in the Playa Dorada area before. I thought it would be good for the kids to have a big beach, nearby shopping mall with movie theatre, and a nice pool. The reviews were mixed, as always, so off we went.
I start by saying that we paid, as a family, under $900 US for a junior suite, all-inclusive, so the price was incredibly low and we certainly got our money’s worth. The weather was fabulous, the breeze cool, and the room gigantic, made even larger by the fact that there was scarcely any furniture in it. More about that later. But really, for the money, it was a good time. On that level, mission accomplished and why quibble?
The pool was just fine, with one end a sort of faux beach, making it easy for people to come in and out of the water. Swim up bar, the usual music blasting away, and an animation team trying to work up some enthusiasm from the crowd. The beach is really the bonus, a lovely, sandy, miles-long place for a great stroll and people watching. The resort was clean and safe.
So I had a good time, the kids had fun; we enjoyed ourselves and certainly did not suffer at all. And yet, since I have been to a number of other places nearby, it is impossible not to compare.
Why it was not so good: Let’s put it this way; if I had paid twice as much (still not a lot of money for a family to spend a week in a resort; try to get away with a week at Disney with all meals for anything even close to this!) I would be upset because while it is often billed as a luxury resort, the GV is not a DR five star and not even a pre-recession four star. It is showing the effects of cutbacks and deferred maintenance, mostly in food and drink, and in the rooms. The grounds lack the beautiful gardens that are a major feature in so many of the DR resorts, and while it is clean and perfectly acceptable, it you are coming to be pampered (which was not our goal) this is not the right place.
Staff: The lovely Dominicans spoke very little English at this resort, which was an impediment for my bad Spanish. Fewer staff spoke English than at most places, although it was fine. The staff is 95% the salt of the earth. The best just do not work at the Gran Ventana front desk, which was a study in the ability to never look up and have to wait on someone. Some were out and out rude to guests. Never a manager so I guess they operate without supervision, or at least that is what I heard... the manager has always stepped away for a few hours and the hope is the guest will go away too.The housekeepers are awfully nice and deserve to be tipped. I’d urge people to do it. We tip at meals (just a couple of dollars is rare at all-inclusives) and the staff was incredibly grateful. We have been to the DR often (and drive around in the mountains and villages) enough to see how people really live. Tourism is down, which I suppose is why there are deep discounts and frills missing from many places, including this one.
Rooms: The room was a bit worn but clean and bug-free. I was concerned about this based on earlier comments in TA. Not a problem for us. Large marble baths with not much in them. Clean and toilets generally worked. Minimal amenities. Bring your own body lotion, which was never part of our room’s supplies. Water was doled out fairly thinly, with a half gallon given on arrival and after four nights, with a few daily small bottles to supplement. Not enough for a family.
Furnishings: The junior suite was quite remarkable, really. People in reviews had said that they lacked storage, but I assumed they had brought loads of stuff and it was not really the hotel’s problem. Actually, it is. We travel with very little (carry on only) and had no room for storing our few items.
There was a desk with no chair, a huge seating area with an uncomfortable wicker two seater and an armchair at a large coffee table. That took up a good bit of space, as did an angular entry that really was empty space, save for a table without drawers. We ended up using the chairs and table for storage. A desk has three drawers. That is your bureau for the entire suite. Those are your only drawers if you don’t count the slim one on the nightstand with the Bibles in it. The closet was almost funny. It was about a yard across (to be generous), only half of which could take hanging clothes. It’s pretty musty and has about ten hangers on one side (which fills it to capacity) and has some well-used shelves for you to place your things. Everything else just as to be left in bags. There is a safe in the closet. In an international first for me, they have removed all locks from the in-room safe and now rent a safe to you at the front desk. I guess they are in the main building, which seemed unreasonably far and expensive. Most places are enhancing room security. Here it was old-fashioned keys and no safe. We just secured one bag and used it as a safe and had no bad luck with loss.
Food: The food is sturdy, mostly serviceable, and absolutely the same at all meals. That is the best I can possibly say about it. On good days you can be satisfied and on bad days it is simply awful so you eat rice and fruit. Most of the time it is neither particularly bad nor good at all; it was just boring in its sameness. No frills, no excitement, no real ambience in the buffet. Certainly no premium or treat meals, no fancy ingredients. Nobody in my family got sick from the food, just sick of it. The main course on one day would be recycled and presented in various ways for days. Nothing is done to enhance presentation, no garnishes are around… it is just a few rows of buffet-standard hot and cold tables. Boiled eggs in some form at every meal, beans, rice, some stew of indeterminate origin, etc. The food in the three restaurants is essentially the same stuff, gussied up and prettily served by nice staff. The wine is comically bad. I am no connoisseur, but it is poured at the bar from old plastic water jugs. As staff prepared for the fancy restaurants, we watched them go to the bars, pour the house junk into carafes, tie cloth napkins around it and serve. I am not a drinker but suspect that I could have had a dozen pina coladas before I had enough alcohol (the local Brugal) to feel tipsy. There were no heavy hands pouring, from what I saw. Fine with me, but the drinks appeared to be as weak as possible. All libations were local. I think that other types of alcohol were available for a fee. As a lightweight drinker, I did not experience this personally.
Entertainment: I don’t know about the animation; we were amusing ourselves with the beach, DVDs, and reading. The TV remote did not work and we finally got one that did work the day before we left. The pool staff did the usual volleyball, etc. It’s the beach and weather that were world-class.
The Mall/Internet: The mall and theatre that seemed like a good reason to bring kids to the area turned out to be a ghost town with a silver lining. The Gran Ventana has what has to be among the priciest Internet I have ever seen in a hotel. At about $5 an hour (not that it is available in the rooms; one must go to the lobby or internet room) it was ridiculous if you needed to connect back to the office… and the signal frustratingly weak. I read on TA that one could get wi-fi at a restaurant in the shopping arcade/mall. It was better than that. One could sit in the outdoor plaza at the center of the mall and get free wi-fi. A few purchases from local merchants (no business at all, from what I could see; it was desperately slow for them) and we were able to relax and use wi-fi a minute walk from the hotel. The merchants were really suffering from lack of business, so buying a few things there helped them, and while the family shopped a little, I could check my email, etc.
Miscellaneous: What else? The people at the beach snack bar were great; nice with kids, made bacon cheeseburgers that one child loved, chicken on another day even though it was late and they were not really still serving. That is the only snack bar at the resort. Large, but it is unusual for there to be only one in a resort this size. It closes in mid afternoon to transform into the Ocean Grill. Security was present but not oppressive and we felt safe. Bring floats and pool toys if your kids want them because they are quite expensive on site. Although there were few electrical outlets in the room they were all standard US style (3 prong) and for those guests from the US/Canada no converters are needed. Most guests seemed nice and seemed content with the place. There were more Americans than we have seen in the past in the DR; we generally assume everyone is Canadian. We did not hear room noise so the walls seemed substantial enough.
Bottom line: If you got a very good deal, this place is a good deal. Go and enjoy and think about how much you are saving and how great it is at the beach, at the pool, etc. You will have fun. We did. If you did not get a really good price, trust me, you can do better elsewhere. For the food and ambience alone, not to mention comfort in the rooms, there are many places looking for your business that will offer more and better.

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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Property: VH Gran Ventana Beach Resort
Address: Playa Dorada | PO Box 22, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Region: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > Puerto Plata Province > Puerto Plata
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Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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