Treat yourself to the ultimate Caribbean getaway staying on the stunning beachfront of Reduit Beach, right at the centre of everything and close to the lively strip of Rodney Bay.
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Be Live Collection Punta Cana offers Pristine white beaches, swaying palms and a pulsating Latin vibe
Head to where the sun shines and enjoy a week-long holiday by the sparkling turquoise beaches of Punta Cana. Here you'll find endless fun for all the family as well as plenty of relaxing options for adults.
- 24-Hour All-Inclusive Service
- Enjoy unlimited access to a white soda beach that's perfect for snorkelling
- World class facilities for all the family plus children stay for half the price
Enjoy the tranquillity and picturesque surroundings at this truly Cuban escape
- The preferential treatment for couples includes a romantic dinner for two and a couples' massage (15 minutes each)
- The hotel is set in spacious tropical gardens, this stylish property boasts attractive accommodation and an abundance of excellent facilities
- Enjoy a fantastic City Tour
Stay in pure paradise at a beautiful 25-acre property, surrounded by a stunning waterfront of spectacular powdery white sands, it's heaven on earth
- Dine Al Fresco with breathtaking views of the turquoise waters of Long Bay at the Outhouse - enjoy fresh Barbeques daily
- Rejuvenate at the luxurious hotel Spa sure to replenish your mind, body and soul
- Relax and unwind in paradisiacal beaches at an exceptional resort
An ideal beachfront location on Barbados' lively south coast with easy access to the island capitl, Bridgetown and popular St Lawrence Gap
- Only a short distance from the capital Bridgetown and St Lawrence Gap; places with lively nightlife and world class restaurants and shops
- Set within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bridgetown!
- One child aged 12 years or under stays Free