The Punta Goleta Vacation Club Resort is in the north of the country, near Puerto Plata. Located opposite Cabarete beach and colonial architecture, it is surrounded by extensive gardens and is an ideal hotel for families and sports activities. All units have air conditioning, TV and telephone. Spanish is the primary language spoken. The Dominican Republic is subject to occasional power outages. Passports are recommended to enter in the Dominican Republic. Tourist card US $10 per person. Local currency is peso. No pets are allowed. Amenities include air conditioning, full kitchen, hot tub, microwave, phone, swimming pool, TV , children's pool, exercise equipment, games room, playground area, auto rental, grocery store, hairdresser, laundry, medical facilities, restaurant, shopping area, child care, resort is peaceful and quiet, all inclusive resort Activities available are beach, boating, golf, horseback riding, surfing, tennis, water skiing, scuba diving, and live entertainment.
Another beautiful resort on Dominican Republic is Paradise Beach Club & Casino. Opened in 1987 as one of the first North Coast destinations near Puerto Plata, the resort provides budget-minded families and couples with a relaxing, casual atmosphere and activities such as water sports and horseback riding. The resort projects onto a point rimmed by a boardwalk. On both sides, long beaches provide ample room for enjoying the tropical sun. In addition, sand terraces directly in front of the resort's buildings offer lounges for sunbathing. The good-size pool contains a swim-up bar. But most guests head for the beaches. The Crazy Moon disco ranks as one of the North Coast's liveliest spots.