I’ve posted about the LifeStyle Tropical many times over, and now, their last GREAT deal is back for bookings into June, also via Groupon. If you want a cheap all With this deal, you get a 1-bedroom suite and access to the VIP venues meaning top shelf liqueur. Please read my latest post and, for those of you guys who don’t know this resort, you will find the links to my previous reports too, so you know what to expect.
These are the links to my previous posts about this resort. Read them and you’ll know everything there is to know.
Here is the LINK to the deal. I’ll relist all the major benefits since they haven’t changed.
Included in all-inclusive stays:
- All meals and drinks at onsite locations, including local beers, premium spirits, house wine with dinner, juices, and soft drinks
- VIP package, including access to VIP beach, VIP pool, and VIP sports bar
- Green fees at Los Mangos golf course (once per person per stay along with courtesy transportation)
- Access to special Groupon concierge from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
- Access to Ice Nightclub (including drinks listed above)
- All hotel taxes and fees
Why is it a good deal?
It is true that I’ve gotten to stay there for $12, $15 and $19 per room in the past. So why do I believe the $50 is a good price? Especially that the food in that resort is not exactly a gourmet quality?
Well, I’ve been to a lot of resorts, and I have never seen the grounds so diverse and beautiful as at Lifestyle. The resort is huge and sprawled. The pools are beautiful, diverse and deep! I don’t know if I’m the only one who appreciates a deep pool, but it is a big deal to me.
Regular rooms at this resort are another matter. If you don’t luck out being upgraded to a Junior suite, or at least a renovated room, you won’t be happy. I’ve lucked out 2 times out of three–unfortunately, the third time was the opposite of charm, though we still had a blast.
Staying in a beautiful room and having access to all regular facilities AND the top shelf liqueur for $50 PP is a steal! Trust me on that.
And in terms of food—I don’t know, but I have always managed to find something I liked, but if you are looking for a gastronomy vacation, I suggest you look elsewhere.
And then there is this.
This package is good for two adults. Kids aged 0–3 are free and kids aged 4–11 are an extra $20 per child per night. Additional guests 12 or older are an additional $82 per person per night.
So if you do have little kids, you can make out like bandits!
Flying there on miles is easy, too. Use United, AA, or JetBlue miles to fly to Puerto Plata airport. You can also fly to Santiago, but from there, it’s is a long, 2-hour drive to the resort.