"No frills, comfortable, and pleasing hotel. "
For those who do not know the area, this hotel is located directly to the east of the entrance to Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach. To get to the beach, you have to walk down the street (Av Eladia) and then turn onto the public beach. It's about a 10 minute walk, and the street is generally clean. The people who own the shops along the street are very loud and bother you to buy something each time you walk by. Unless you're planning on actually buying something, ignore them at all costs! They'll drag you into the shops and give you rum to sip and pester you. The public beach is so-so. The water is clean and gorgeous, but the sand is full of sticks and cigarette butts. Vendors can be found along the beach. We weren't sure where to buy food in the little town of Bayahibe, but a few places had bread, jam, drinks, etc. A few restaurants are also present, but be aware that meat, cheese, and things like chocolate are expensive in US standards. The resort beaches are phenomenal however, and you can walk along the shore (DR law prevents resorts from blocking off their beaches). However if you get too far inland you might be kicked out if you don't have one of their orange wristbands (you can buy a day pass at viva wyndham to access the resort). If you came for the beach, sun, and to relax without any frilly delicacies, this is the place to go. Also, cute, tasty, and inexpensive italian restaurant is inside the hotel! Plenty of excursions to book from shops nearby as well.
Traveller from Pittsburgh, PA