Majestic Colonial, Dominican Republic
- Expansive pool complex that runs the length of the resort
- Beautiful beach setting
- Good choice for groups (particularly wedding parties)
- A disco, casino, and a late-night snack bar
- Adults-only upgrade option with additional amenities (for a low fee)
- Charismatic and memorable animation team
- Shuttles are not needed to get around
- Slower check-in process with possible waits; upgrade pitches are common
- The restaurant reservation process is in person, and tedious
- A multi-course dinner could be rushed in order to accommodate the next round of guests
- Wedding parties get first dibs for tables at some restaurants
- Rooms overlooking the pool can experience noise pollution
- Beach vendors can be pushy and rude
- Fee for Wi-Fi
This family-friendly all-inclusive resort with 658 suites has an attractive setting, affordable prices, and a compact layout (no shuttle) that puts everyone within walking distance to the beach. It's a popular place for Americans, and the resort can sometimes feel overrun by destination wedding groups. Food is not the highlight here (and reservations can be frustrating); the beach is the biggest draw, and there is also a large and lengthy pool area that runs the length of the resort, a number of bars, and a charismatic animation team. Rooms have classic, romantic style and marble bathrooms with jetted tubs (indoor or outdoor), but do show some wear and tear. Adults who choose to upgrade to the Colonial Club have access to a private lazy river pool and separate lounge for drinks and gourmet treats.
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CategoriesAll-Inclusive, Beachfront, Kid-Friendly, Luxury, Party, Resort, Romantic, Weddings
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