The lake-style pool here winds its way around the complex and comes with two bars. When it comes to mealtimes, you can eat your way around the world at the five restaurants. There’s also a good activities line-up, including aqua aerobics and volleyball, or kayaking and windsurfing at the beach.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
There’s stuff like aqua aerobics, football and volleyball. If sport’s not your thing, there are also dance lessons. Plus, there are beach activities like snorkelling, kayaking and catamaran.
For golf lovers, the 18-hole Breezes Runaway course* is only five minutes’ from here. And there are another three courses within half an hour’s drive.
- Daytime activity programme
With dedicated entertainers on hand throughout the day and activities such as boccia ball, volleyball, darts, dance classes, bingo, quizzes and aqua gym classes. Check out the programme to see all the activities that are on offer.
- PADI scuba diving school*
There's a PADI scuba diving school here, offering a variety of PADI lessons and certificates. The hotel has access to the sea, and there's a small reef close to the shore where you can go diving or snorkelling. And the hotel offers a complimentary taster session in the pool.
You'll get 1 hour free per person per day.
- Kayaks - one hour per person per day
- Snorkelling - 1 hour per person per day
Floodlighting available at a charge.
- Paddle surfing - 1 hour per person per day
- Windsurfing and sailing lessons*
FOOD & DRINK
Food-wise, there’s every kind of cuisine you could want. The restaurant count includes a Brazilian steakhouse and an Asian à la carte.
This place has three bars for in-between meals and cool-down drinks. A special mention goes to the beach bar, which dishes out first-rate jerk chicken and frozen cocktails.
- A la carte dining
- Pool bar
Offering waiter service.
- Coconut beach bar
- River Falls lounge bar
- La Isla pool bar
- Oriental Takara Restaurant
In this oriental restaurant you can sample traditional Asian flavours with modern punchy spices. There is a formal dress code, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers and shirts. Reservation is required at this restaurant.
- Jazmin buffet restaurant
With a range of international cuisine to choose from for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There's also a dedicated Jamaican section for local favourites, as well as a live cooking station for fresh meats. This is an adults only restaurant with a formal dress code, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers and shirts.
- Las Olas pool restaurant
This poolside buffet place offers up breakfast in the mornings as well as daytime snacks like pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and salads.
- Picasso Restaurant
This gourmet restaurant has a range of meat and fish dishes to choose from. This is an adults only restaurant with a formal dress code, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers and shirts. Reservations are required.
- La Isla sushi bar
- Rodizio Restaurant Las Olas
This Brazilian restaurant specialises in grilled meat, with 13 different meat options to choose from. There is a formal dress code, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers and shirts. Reservations are required.
- Beach Restaurant
This beach restaurant offers a range of international cuisine.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
There are lots of treatments to sample at the spa*, including couples massages and body treatments using pure chocolate, coconut and aloe vera. You can also try out a thermal-bath experience, involving saunas, steam baths and an ice fountain.
You can get a new hair-do at the beauty salon*, or keep your nails in tip-top shape with a French manicure. And if you fancy a holiday workout, there’s also a fully-equipped gym.
With a salon, wet lounge and 12 treatment rooms, it's easy to spend a day here pampering yourself.
- 3 whirlpool baths
There are plenty of bars at the Bahia Principe Village, all with different entertainment on offer. Choose between karaoke, live music and theatrical shows. Then, dance until the early hours at the Ska Disco.
- Evening entertainment programme
There's plenty to keep you busy when the sun drops. If you enjoy a flutter, the mini-casino is the place to head. The sports bar is the place to catch the game, while the piano bar is a more relaxed setting to enjoy a cocktail. The Ska disco, meanwhile, is the option for night owls. And to round things off, they hotel also puts on a range of live shows in the amphitheatre.
A large lake-style pool runs throughout the hotel’s tropical gardens. There are two pool bars and a poolside restaurant dotted around, too.
Watery activities include aqua aerobics, water polo and volleyball in the pool, and you can try scuba diving there, too. Down on the beach, there’s waiter service for ultimate lazy sunbathing.
- Outdoor pool
The lake-style pool here features two whirlpool baths and a pool bar with waiter service.
- 24 hours free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel for two devices per room
- Use of facilities at the Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica
You're welcome to use the facilities at the neighbouring Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica. This includes the dining scene with the Dolce Vita Italian restaurant, the Don Pablo Gourmet à la carte, the Mikado Japanese à la carte, Orquidea buffet restaurant, Piscis beach restaurant and The Garden Grill steak house à la carte. Please note that most of these restaurants need you to book in advance and have an evening dress code of full-length trousers for gentlemen. You can also enjoy drinks at the Calypso theatre bar and Daiquiri lobby bar.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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