The name of the Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort and Casino is a bit of a tongue twister. But it takes 6 words to sum up what this huge resort has to offer. For starters, the property is set on its own 400 metre beach. And, just metres from the sand, there are 2 huge swimming pools, surrounded by coconut palms and sunloungers.
Activities at the hotel aren’t limited to swimming and sunbathing, by any means. There are tennis, football and basketball courts, an archery range, and rifle shooting area. Plus, there’s a spa on site, where you can indulge in wraps, peels, and the full range of massages. And there’s a casino, with the usual black jack tables and roulette.
You can also use the 12,000 square metre waterpark. The 10-metre tall tower here is the launch pad for free-fall twister slides, a kamikaze ride, and speed chutes.
In addition to the buffet restaurant at the hotel, there’s an à la carte for every day of the week. There are 11 bars to choose from too – don’t leave without trying a cocktail in the colours of the Dominican flag.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local and selected international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, and house wine by the glass with meals. 24-hour snacks.
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Enjoy a dip in the pool and a stroll along the beach, they're just steps away from each other.
Made up of a 10 metre high tower with 2 water tubes, 2 open toboggans and 4 lane speed slides.
Children's pool area
For ages 2 to 4 years, with animal statues and water sprinklers.
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Great service but room is not clean
The service and quality of the hotel corresponds to the low price that you pay for this resort. Our only complain is the cleanliness of the room, we found a blood stain in the sheets. If you are going to stay for more than two nights, I recommend you choose another hotel in the area.More
Juliana V, New York City, New York
The Happiest People I Have Ever Seen in One Place
We recently stayed at your Resort as my son got married at the Excellence. Because of the travel from this resort to the Excellence, we needed some 'extra' help and got above what was expected from the front desk staff! They were absolutely exceptional, especially Apolinar and another girl who was in training (I don't know her name)...they took us under their wings the entire time we were there and it was so comforting to know they would be there to help us with anything we needed help with. I have never seen so many 'happy' people with smiles on their faces 'ALL' the time as I did while I was at your resort. Being from the United States, I think Americans need to take note of that so they can treat their guests in the same manner. Everything but 'one' thing we experienced at this resort was above my expectations! The 'only' thing that needs a drastic change made and 'sooner than later' is being able to eat at the restaurants at the resort. Of course the buffet is always available, but it would have been very nice to eat at a couple of different restaurants...to find out that you have to 1) make reservations; 2) make those reservations 24 hours ahead of time and 3) when you did make a reservation and were told that the only available time was 8;45 p.m., only to find out that your name is not on their 'program' as we were told, is not acceptable at all! We are hoping to be able to come back in two to three years, but this time we will have another person with us...we will be looking into your resort as long as it is competitive and will definitely check before booking to make sure the restaurant issues have been taken care of.More
Very Nice All Inclusive Strongly Recommend
I stayed at the Sirenis Cocotal Resort on April 19, 2014. I was accompanied by 2 other families with kids ranging in age from 7 to 14. The Sireis Resort is in Punta Cana. Now they say it is in Punta Cana, but technically it's north of Punta Cana by 20 miles at least It literally is at the end of the road at this point if you head East out of Santo Domingo on Autopista 3 and then make the turn north at Punta Cana. They are building the autopista heading north, but it seriously ends at the turn for this resort and you take the road down toward the water and the road again, literally ends at the entrance. If there is a down side to the resort, it's that it is not easy to get to. If you rent a car there are no signs, and if you come by taxi it has got to be ungodly expensive, so plan accordingly. As for the resort itself, it's a good size resort, nothing as large as the Hard Rock, but it's pretty big. The staff at check in was fantastic. Funny and helpful, spoke relatively good English, just delightful. We arrived at around 10, but the room was not ready till 3. So the concierge had us go over to the Aquagames Park while our rooms were being prepared. The Aquagames Park is a water park with a couple of pools, some tube slides, some speed slides and a spinner slide as well as other slides for the little ones. Being from Florida we have water parks here. And while nice enough, it's no Wet and Wild or Disney's Typhoon Lagoon. But for Dominicans that have never been to a water park it was the greatest thing in the world. The beauty of this particular property is the price. Just outside of Santo Domingo they have a water park. It costs $50.00 US per person The Sirenis ended up costing $60.00 US per person and that was per day and included the all inclusive buffets, all inclusive drinks and the shows as well as unlimited use of the water park. I personally thought it was a great value. The rooms were nice, not exceptionally large, but nice. Two double beds that are not exactly Sealy posturpedic. I guess if there was a negative about anything it would be the beds were not great. But truthfully, that's not why you would be going there. We ate at the buffet 3 times. The food was good, with a wide variety. Lots of different choices for the kids and adults. In the evening we ate at the Seafood restaurant. It was not a buffet but you ordered off a menu, white linens and table cloths. Truthfully probably a $50.00 per person meal if you had it at the Malecon in Santo Domingo. I had the seafood Casserole, which was a very large bowl of all different kind of seafood, including big chunks of lobster. Quite tasty. We went to the Dance Party show in the evening. Again, not exactly a Disney production, but they were very energetic. The interesting thing is they must have made 25 outfit changes. Every time you turn around they were there in a different outfit. The kids liked it, very up beat and fun for them. I have stayed at an all inclusive resort in Porta Plata, Boca Chica and now here in Punta Cana No question, this was BY FAR the best of all the resorts I've been to Strongly recommend it, especially if you have teenagers.More
Carl R, St. Petersburg, Florida
First Time to Dominican
My Fiance and I travelled from Vancouver, Canada to Punta Cana – Sirenis Cocotal Resort March 28th to April 11th. A wonderful 2 weeks with fabulous weather, drinks, staff (for the most part when we had to interact with them), and AWESOME entertainment team…. ANIMATION SUPER!!! Now the main reason why we all look on Trip Advisor… The details Just for your information as well to see where this review is coming from, we travelled as a couple with LOW expectations of this resort. We read very negative reviews prior to our arrival, as well incredibly positive ones on Trip Advisor before our trip. Arrival: When you get to the Airport you will get off the plane onto a bus which will take you into the Arrival area where you are to get your luggage. Once you get your luggage there are plenty of locals in the trying to “help you out” by insisting to take your luggage for you to the Taxi or whatever but I can not stress enough, be FIRM when you tell them NO… They will leave you alone afterwards. As you walk through the Airport you will eventually be directed to a Bus/Concierge that will take you to your appropriate bus that will take you and other travellers to the appropriate resort you are headed to. When we got to the Sirenis we proceeded to wait to get Checked in…. At the time it was after 7:30pm and we would have expected our room to be ready and clean… it was not. We got told to leave our luggage at the Front Desk and go to the Buffet and get some dinner, come back after we had eaten and get our rooms keys to head to our room. It should be ready and our Luggage taken there for us. Once we ate and got our room keys we walked down the resort to find our room… It was fairly easy for the most part. Once we got into our room the A/C certainly worked which was AWESOME, but we’ll get into room details after…. Our luggage was not in the room!!! We walked back to Front Desk and it was just sitting in the middle of the lobby…. Quite disappointing to start our vacation off. The Room: Nothing to give Gold Stars about. We were on the Cocotal Side, Building I-008. Ground Floor on the corner basically a 5 step walk to the pool! That was a huge bonus! The beds are incredibly hard, pillows are lumpy but manageable. Flat Screen tv, stocked fridge with bottled water, and pop. We only ever got a selection of 3 types of pop. Coffee maker with tea, and coffee… No sugar or creamers though. This wasn’t a big deal to us as we just drank the pop and water. The bathroom looked like they had recently renovated it. Beautiful tile walls in and out of the shower. They provide you with towels, bath mat, ONLY Shampoo; NO Conditioner, body soap, shower cap, and a mini sewing kit. As well there is NO face cloths. The room was always cleaned up nicely when the Housekeepers came. Koodos to them since they work so hard! Beach/Pool/Waterpark/Common Areas: Everything for the most part is kept quite clean. The white sandy beaches are beautiful!!! There are chairs put on the beach, as well around the pool area. I recommend finding a shady spot to reserve in the mornings with your towels. We were normally up by 8am… Got our chairs right by the pool shortly after. Pool towels become available for you at 8am. The sun does get quite hot and you can always move your chairs into the sun that never really disappears, so we recommend a shady spot but obviously your choice!! Smoking is allowed wherever basically. Not allowed in any Buffet areas which is nice though. If your sensitive or don’t like being by it, usually it wasn’t an issue for us. The water in the pools is quite warm.. Not uncomfortable at all. The Ocean was always wavy, sometimes more and vice versa. The Waterpark is a bonus I guess. We never spent much time here, we only went once. Its about a 5/10 minute walk from the main lobby. If you have kids is certainly worth it! There are beach chairs, and change rooms here too. Food/A La Carte: If you’re a picky eater or have a specific diet, you should be able to find at least ONE thing you can eat while you’re here. That is if you’re eating at the Buffets. We can’t really speak for the A La Cartes. We always enjoyed the food, as well Maria who usually served us while whenever we ate. As for the A La Cartes… Good luck getting into the Japanese Restaurant. We booked a total of 3 A La Cartes during our stay. Main thing was we could never get in any earlier than 8:30pm. We booked 2 through the Concierge in the Lobby. She was kind of helpful… the 3rd we booked was Japanese… by the sounds of things if you’re staying for 1 week they are “always full”. I call bull sh** on that one.. but oh well. Now that being said, our first A La Carte was at the Greek Restaurant at 9pm…. Absolutely horrible service. We sat there for 15 minutes before someone came and got us WATER! Trust us when we say they had maybe 5 other tables to serve while we were there. Finally when we did get service, we weren’t even hungry for dinner so we just got Dessert which they seemed VERY unimpressed about. We got [some form] of Cheesecake. It was dried up and we certainly wouldn’t call it Cheesecake. After this experience we cancelled our other Al La Cartes as we were content with the Buffet, as well service we received. Entertainment: Holy smokes!!!! All I can say is those guys and girls must work 24hrs every single day!! All of the Animation Super Crew is incredible. There was not a day where they weren’t smiling or giving 110% or more!! Alvin, and Mario-Usher were 2 guys that stood out to us as we always chatted with them, as well we got ourselves some nicknames by them “Shaggy from Scooby Doo & Lindy Lopez”. Haha, they were awesome. Every day they had games/activities for you to participate in. In the evenings at 9:30 in the Teatro they had shows. All were incredible, and being there for 2 weeks, there was not 1 show we seen twice!! AMAZING entertainment crew!!!!! They were a HUGE Hi-light on our trip! Vendors/Shopping: Every Tuesday and Saturday Local Vendors are allowed onto the resort in the evening. They normally show up between 6:30pm and were always gone by probably 10pm. Some of them will be quite pushy or make you feel guilty by saying “I need to feed my family” which may very well be true but oh well. Remember to always bargain with them. Some tables will have the same jewelry… We always looked at each table before buying anything. If you think you missed out on your shopping. If you walk LEFT down the resort Beach you will find a WalMart… they sold pretty much everything the vendors had. As well you could walk RIGHT down the resort and Find the same. The Off Resort Vendors are a bit more pushy, especially if there are a few of them all together. Other than that, you can bus down to Bavaro to shop…. We didn’t do this but we did meet a few people who did. If you Taxi, agree on a price BEFORE you get in the car. On the resort there is also some American shops; Guess, Apollo, Victoria Secret, and some sunglass shop. The prices are not any cheaper than what you would pay if you were buying them in your own country. As well there was a little convenience store similar to the one beside the Macao Dining room but they did carry different items sometimes. Other: If you gathered anything from this review, please remember to bring all the personal supplies you will need during your trip! If not a little bit more. If you’re a person who like having a Face Cloth – Bring your own! We brushed our teeth with the tap water… We were fine, just DON’T DRINK THE TAP WATER! Bring Calamine Lotion… Mosquito bites were seldom but did get itchy. As well if you get a Heat Rash; Aloe Vera and Calamine Lotion seems to help; cold water & cool areas help too. Bargain when you Shop. A kind note for you as well… There are lots of Russians… That being said, some we had on the resort with us were quite rude (ladies mostly), as well if thy get asked to do dancing during any of the evening entertainment we forewarn you if you have younger children as they were QUITE Vulgar… as if we were at a Strip Show. Besides that….. We had a lovely time on our vacation. We are a very laid back, relaxed couple. Certainly not picky either. The resort does need some upgrading but the whole staff does their best to make your stay enjoyable.. At least that’s what we experienced. You will sometimes find Peacocks, a cat, and possibly a dog wandering the resort. All were friendly… Well the Cat and Dog :p Enjoy your Vacation if you Decide to go to the Sirenis!!! Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions. We would love to fill you in! lyn.stewart[@]h0tmail.c0m remove [ ] and Replace 0 with oMore
RussLyn G, Comox, Canada
Great Service in the DR!
We recently stayed at the Sirenis Beach Resort and were general very pleased! The front desk staff was exceptional...in particular Apolinar (sp?) and Waleska and gentleman and young lady! They were always happy, always smiling, always attentive to what was needed and prompt in their response. They helped us out tremendously! The room was great, atmosphere peaceful and serene..... only dissapointing experience was the snack bar food at breakfast!More
dkgrooters, Johnston, Iowa
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