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Sivory Punta Cana
Punta Cana, Dominican RepublicEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Sivory Punta Cana
This all-suite boutique hotel, complete with a stretch of private beach, is a romantic alternative to Punta Cana's large all-inclusive resorts.
A new breed of boutique hotel is sprouting up along the Dominican Republic's Caribbean coast, giving the area's massive all-inclusive resorts some serious competition. One of the best of these intimate newcomers is Sivory Punta Cana, a secluded romantic resort on a long stretch of beach about an hour's drive north of Punta Cana International Airport. The 11-acre grounds are dotted with sea grape trees and two-story terracotta villas, which house 55 large, handsome suites, all with floor-to-ceiling oceanfront windows and bathrooms furnished with soaking tubs and spacious showers (both built for two). As nearby resorts are more buffet than soufflé, the hotel's emphasis on food and cocktails is a welcome change. You can choose from among three restaurants—Asian fusion, Mediterranean, or nouvelle French—and three lounges (including a cigar bar). The wine cellar is stocked with more than 8,000 bottles. The remainder of the collection is stocked in small refrigerators in every room.
Request a tour of the hotel's vast 8,000-bottle wine cellar, one of the most impressive on the island. The best bottles include a Château Pétrus Bordeaux from 1992.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Dominican Republic's Leading Boutique Hotel 2008
- World Travel Awards
Four Diamond Award Recipient
- Kiwi Collection
- Small Luxury Hotels of the World
Arrive at Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) which is approximately 10 miles (50 minutes) from the resort.Uvero Alto Road, Playa Sivory, Punta Cana, La Altagracia, Dominican Republic
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Swimming Pool
- Private Beach
- Steam Room
- Spa Tub
- Spa Services
- Beauty Services
- Gift Shop
- Fitness Facility
- Tennis Courts
- Babysitting Service
- Chaise Lounges
- Air Conditioning
- Flat-screen TVs
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Mini Bars
- Wine Coolers
- Soaking Tubs for 2
- Couples Showers
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- 3 Restaurants
- Cigar Lounge
- 2 Bars + Lounges
- In-Room Dining
- Live Music
- Breakfast for two
Why We Love Punta Cana
Punta Cana is all about powdery white-sand beaches coupled with azure water; adventure excursions; and convenience (several direct flights run daily from major U.S. cities). There are hotels for every taste; those at the higher end tend to have excellent service and food that far exceeds expectations.
809-221-0714. Tours from $100 per person, including gear.
Where to Shop: At Galerias at PuntaCana Village (part of the sprawling Punta Cana Hotel and Resort complex), you'll find everything from a full-service pharmacy to Dominican Republic-native Oscar de la Renta's boutique.
Punta Cana, Higüey. 888-442-2262
Where to Eat: Most of Punta Cana is known for generic hotel restaurants, so it's refreshing to find a culinary standout on-site. Tau, the hotel's petite and dimly lit dinner spot, serves Dominican-Asian dishes such as Cantonese pork dumplings and lobster with eggplant and green banana purée.
Playa Sivory, Uvero Alto. 855-748-6790
Dinner for two $75.
Where to Drink: Drinks at La Yola, the open-air oceanfront restaurant at Punta Cana Resort and Hotel, are accompanied by live music, a posh crowd, and fresh appetizers such as shrimp ceviche.
Punta Cana, Higüey. 888-442-2262
Why Go Now
Folklore Fiesta at the Colonial Zone
Traditional Dominican dance performances at the esplanade of the Plaza de España.
Plaza de España, Santo Domingo.
Punta Cana Food & Festival
Two days of food tastings, cooking demonstrations and special events.
Paradisus Resort, Punta Cana.
Beginning of June 2014
Wielding all sorts of African musical instruments, players parade through the streets around Villa Mella honoring the Holy Spirit, who is the patron of the area.