Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana

Carretera Uvero Alto, Parcela No. 214, Uvero Alto

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Overview

An all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean that is dedicated to families with a special Nickelodeon theme? How could Karisma Resorts go wrong with this concept? Kids will love being greeted by SpongeBob, Patrick, Dora, Boots and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and parents will love the tasteful décor that just hints at Nickelodeon but still provides an air of sophistication. A Gourmet Inclusive Village continues Karisma’s brand of high-quality dining options; families can enjoy the beach, water sports and infinity pool, and the fun continues at the sports complex, kids’ clubs and water park. This is a destination resort that caters to families!

The resort is one half of a dual Karisma property: the other half is the Azul Punta Cana. While the two properties share the restaurant and shopping village, beach and infinity pool, only guests of Nickelodeon can enjoy the water park, sports complex and special treats. The buildings on the left are Nickelodeon accommodations, as notable from the splash of orange in the balcony/deck furnishings, while Azul, to the right, is a more subdued blue and offers more adult-only accommodations and an adult-only pool. This makes the property also a good choice for multigenerational families, with grandparents enjoying the quieter Azul side of the property while families stay at Nickelodeon and come together in the middle for shared activities, dining and time together.

Our Editor Loves

  • First resort dedicated to Nickelodeon's characters
  • All-inclusive
  • Water park

Family Interests

  • All Inclusive Rates
  • Beach
  • Water Parks
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kids' Theme Meals
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Rooms & Rates

Although Nickelodeon's signature orange can be found through rooms and open spaces at the resort, families of all ages will like the décor. A glass wall separates the bathroom from the living/sleeping rooms, with a blackout curtain that drops to reveal (in shadow form) SpongeBob's laundry hanging on a wire. On the patio, a Nickelodeon orange blimp makes for a foot stool (or a rocket ship to ride, in the case of little ones). All rooms are outfitted with 46-inch Smart TVs, freestanding tubs and separate showers, and Wi-Fi access. Accommodations are available for four to six, in the following forms:

Nest Suites
The smallest of the offerings are Nest Suites, which can sleep two adults. It features a king bed and a sleeper sofa, so single parents or grandparents often find these rooms best suited for them.

Flat Suites
For a family of four, Flat Suites feature a king bedroom with a sliding door to a living room with a sleeper sofa and private balcony.

Pad Suites
For families of up to six, Pad Suites provide two double beds and a sleeper sofa in a shared space.

Swim-Up Suites
Ground-floor suites have direct access to a shared pool with all the ground floor suites, allowing families to hang out on their private patios and swim while younger children nap.

Swank Plunge Pool Suites
These higher-floor suites have private plunge pools for families to enjoy without sharing or even being visible by other guests. Wraparound swim-up suites take corners and have larger terraces and pool space.

Super Villa
Three villas with 1,300 square feet are two-story, private structures with their own pools. Named for each of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the outside, on the inside, these sweet suites are tucked away behind high white walls with a garden, outdoor shower and butler service. One the main floor is a master bedroom with a king bed. On the second floor is a loft-style living room with two single beds. The room can accommodate two adults and four children or four adults and two children.

Pineapple Suite
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Kids will go gaga for this private villa that is a pineapple on the outside and looks like Bikini Bottom on the inside. (Don't worry, the parent's bedroom is nicely decorated.) The suite comes with all the amenities of Super Villas, but the suite is one of a kind.

Reviews

Great Resort and Amenities- Amazing Service

by 815pv

This is our second year in a row that we visit Nickelodean. I am writing this review mid trip and I have to say that we are very happy again with the cleanliness of hotel ... the food had been great but most of all Jesse the Conceirge / Jessica Sales manager/ Jonathon Beach Conceirge and The Main man that helps keep this place running in amazing condition Milton.

I am here with my family of 5 <two 5 year olds plus one 8 year old / My senior in-laws ( staying at the sensatori ( connected to Nickelodean) and my sister in law and her two teens.

Anyways so far weather has been amazing and everything in the resort has been above par .

Awesome resort

by jaywigelsworth

We have stayed at many all inclusive resorts I would say this is one of the best. You wouldn't realize your at a Nickelodeon resort until you go to Aqua nick(the water park) or walk by the pineapple. Very nice resort everything was clean and well kept. We stayed for a week and never left the resort we had enough to do as a family with 4 with kids 6 and 9 at the water park, just kidding (kids center) and the beach playing in the waves. We had a swim up suite which awesome to chill on the patio, it can be pretty cool as its not heated and some suites are not in the sun but are Canadian and will swim in anything. The lazy river was a blast and the waterpark was allot of fun, the lifeguard's were all awesome and friendly Juan Carlos is the man. Miguel at aqua bites was by far the best waiter on the resort. The kids love just kidding always had activities and games and the staff were very friendly.

Meeting the characters was a highlight and the mass sliming and private slime was fun to do.

Great job!!!

Family Activities

Aqua Nick
The crème of the resort is Aqua Nick's water park and splash pad. A lazy river, water slides and tipping bucket will keep the kids wet all day, and join the crowd every afternoon for the mass sliming that is characteristic of Nickelodeon.

Just Kiddin'
The children's supervised program at Nickelodeon is available for ages 4 to 12 daily. There is room for free play, structured activities, arts and crafts and more.

Nickelodeon Place
A play place for kids and parents, you just may encounter your favorite character or two as they make frequent surprise visits.

Sports Hub
Kids can meet other kids and play soccer, basketball, tennis and more at the Sports Hub. The facility includes a clubhouse with two TV screens for Xbox and Wii games, a pool table and snacks.

Vassa Spa
Children are welcome to join parents for spa treatments at the Vassa Spa. Spa menus include services for ages 5 to 9 and 10 to 17, including massages, exfoliations, facials, and body wraps. The salon offers mani's and pedi's, as well as haircuts.

Family Dining

Aqua Bite
Located at the water park, Aqua Bite is a kid-filled, casual spot with swings for chairs and sandwiches, pizza and ice cream. It's open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

BRGRS.PH
One of the hardest reservation tickets to get at the resort is this high-end burger joint, where burgers are the size of your head. A great menu and funky décor, this is a favorite for families. Open for dinner only. Reservations needed.

Doppio
For grab-and-go items, coffees, pastries and more, visit Doppio daily frim 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fresco
Poolside dining is available at Fresco, which offers outdoor patio dining, as well as pool chaise delivery. Lunch and snacks are offered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and drink service begins at 10 a.m. The Slime Green Mojito Smoothie is a signature drink to try!

Lighthouse
For beachfront dining between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., Lighthouse is a casual spot with indoor and outdoor seating.

Spacewalker
When you walk into the space-themed Spacewalker and its unique lighting and all-white décor, you definitely will feel you have stepped out of this world. The concept is very cool, but again, the menu is a bit too fancy for kids to really enjoy it. Reservations needed.

Sugarcane
Offering breakfast from 6:30 to 11 a.m. and dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m., Sugarcane is the resort's buffet restaurant. No reservations are required and the restaurant is created to look like a fresh market, offering an array of salads, fruits and vegetables, pasta, meats, desserts and kids' items. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.

Verdello
Open six days a week for dinner only, this whimsically designed Italian restaurant is a bit of a hit and miss. For kids' the menu is awfully limited, but for adults and the more adventurous, the menu features some unique and tasty items. Wine is only available by the bottle here, and is not included in rates. Reservations needed.

Wok Wok
Also, open six nights per week for dinner, Wok Wok is the resorts Asian-inspired restaurant featuring wok-made dishes. Reservations are not required but suggested.

Zest
Visit Zest at breakfast for Nickelodeon character breakfasts held on Saturday and Sunday mornings. From 8 to 10 a.m., with a reservation, families are welcomed in pajamas to the special event where kids will meet their favorite characters. The breakfast is in addition to the all-inclusive rates. This restaurant is only offered to Nickelodeon guests.

Planning & Tips

All About the Extras
Traveling with infants is easy with the resort's Gotcha Covered amenities that includes strollers, cribs, bottle warmers, baby food and kid-sized roves.

Wi-Fi is included across the resort.

Towels at the pool and beach require towel cards; be sure not to lose them!

The Art of Smart Timing
Beware of the rainy season, which falls in late spring, mostly in May. Deals may be good, but there's not much to enjoy at the resort if you cannot be outdoors during bad storms. June through September are the warmest months, where afternoon thundershowers often roll through and cool the resort off at night. The best time to visit for weather in December through April, with the lowest temperatures in the mid-60s, but these are also peak travel periods for families and the busiest.

Getting There
The resort is 25 minutes north of Punta Cana Airport in the Dominican Republic. A Nickelodeon-decorated bus will provide transport to and from the resort.

Getting Around
As a destination resort, most guests do not leave unless it is to enjoy an excursion with a tour group. The resort's lobby provides tour group access and rental cars so families can get off the resort and enjoy the Dominican Republic in more depth.

For Mom and Dad
Kitchen 23 is the property's adult-only restaurant, for when mom and dad need a little time alone and refinement. The restaurant is not included in the all-inclusive program, but guests who splurge will enjoy molecular meals and signature drinks at the dinner-only spot. Reservations are required.