by Whitney Rife
IFA Villas Bavaro Resort & Spa showcases a lake-style swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers and umbrellas. This is the resort’s main spot for planned activities. A main square is home to gift shops, a mini-market and a buffet restaurant called Colibri. The Pikalo Pizzeria Snack serves a la carte meals. Gri-Gri Bar is within the pool. In total, four buffets and three a la carte restaurants are at IFA Villas Bavaro. All-inclusive rates cover meals at the restaurants and drinks at the bars. More than 150 rooms offer plenty of space for families to stretch out and relax. Rooms are equipped with air conditioning, refrigerators, plasma televisions and furnished balconies. Besides the main pool, two others include children’s areas. A Mini Club and disco are offered for children. A myriad of water sports are available, as the beach is on the property. A Wellness Spa offers the latest techniques in stress therapy, reflexology and aromatherapy massages. Transport service is available from the airport.
Our Editor Loves
- Mini Club & Mini Disco
- Three pools
- Seven restaurants onsite
Wife and i have stayed 2 times at this resort.....for the price we have paid for its a ok resort....food was cold sometimes.....but ok....drinks were alway good......staff was always friendly...... we stayed on the quiet side of the resort ac was not working the first night there so we sleep with the windows open, yes it was warm the next day we got another room and the ac work fantastic.....wish they could have moved us before we had to sleep in the hot room for the night...over all its a 3 star resort for a 3 star price..
we would go again if the price was right.....
in this resort from the 1201 room I was stolen 800 euros. I went to the reception and nobody noticed me. and more I was very badly told by a boy there. I have been in the Dominican area several times but I would never go to this resort.