Let's face it, all-inclusive resorts aren't exactly famous for their gourmet dining. But the food at this property is solidly good, and often creative. Club Med Punta Cana has three restaurants and two bars. High chairs are available.
The Samana restaurant faces the swimming pool and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet-style. Dinner offered a wide variety of fish, meat and pasta entrees, along with an unexpected selection of Asian-style spring rolls, which were quite good. The desserts were decadent. A special baby corner is available for parents to prepare meals for little ones right in the restaurant.
Hispaniola serves buffet breakfast and lunch and dinner and has gorgeous views of the sea. Breakfast offers a great selection of breads and pastries, as well as cooked-to-order omelettes and fresh fruit.
Indigo Beach Lounge
The newly renovated Indigo Beach Lounge features a beautiful waterfront view and is a restaurant, lounge and bar that transforms through the day. Late breakfast, light lunch and beachside snacks are available here much of the day. Dinner is for adults only and then in the evenings the space becomes a nightclub, also for the adults.
Room service is available in the family suites; while the food was good, the service was a little unorganized (orders went through the concierge office) at the time of our visit.