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Hot! $26 per Night for All-Inclusive 4-Star Resort in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic!

Hot!  $26 per Night for All-Inclusive 4-Star Resort in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic!

Million Mile SecretsHot!  $26 per Night for All-Inclusive 4-Star Resort in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic!Million Mile Secrets Team

Act fast!  Via SecretFlying, you can book a 4-star all-inclusive resort in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, for just $26 per night!

Travel dates are from September 2016 to December 2016.  And the resort, Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa, gets 4 stars on TripAdvisor.

This appears to be a misprice, so there’s no guarantee the hotel will honor the cheap rate.  But it’s a refundable booking, so even if you’re not sure, it doesn’t hurt to book now and figure the rest out later.

Hot 26 Per Night For All Inclusive 4 Star Resort In Puerto Plata Dominican Republic
Book an All-Inclusive Stay at the Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa for Just $26 per Night!

I’ll show you how to find the deal!

Incredibly Cheap All-Inclusive in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Link:   SecretFlying

Link:   Hotels Combined – Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa

To get in on the deal, go to Hotels Combined and enter your travel dates.  Look for the “Superior Room” listed at $26 per night.

Then pick the online travel agency of your choice to complete your booking.  Million Mile Secrets team members Joseph and Jasmin just booked through Travelocity, but other online travel agencies, like Hotels.com, are available too.

This rate is refundable.  So book now and worry about the rest later.

But do NOT make any firm flight or activity reservations until it’s clear the hotel will honor the low rate.

And let me know if you plan a trip!

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Price on travelocity jumped to $139/night and my reservation is still valid. Called hotel to confirm it and was told this reservation is booked through expedia.

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@John @ Sylvia - Thanks for sharing!

not a mistake, this resort can be found for this rate quite often. I've stayed there but upgraded to the spa resort building with VIP and it was pretty decent and about $100/night

@Camilla - Good point. Southwest flies to Punta Cana only.

@Steven @Sylvia - Let me know if it sticks!

@Vlad @Ed - I looked at more reviews and they do vary, although TripAdvisor gives the resort 4 stars and it's available on Expedia, Travelocity, Hotels.com etc. That's good info, though, for folks who booked. It's a refundable rate so it's easy enough to cancel.

$26 includes all food and alcohol, there is no catch. For the food, you have buffet and 2 dinners at their choice of 8 restaurants. For alcohol, its local beer (Presidente), house wine and cheap liquor. To get higher quality food and alcohol and access to the private beach, you have to buy the VIP package, which they may try to upsell to you. My advice is to be careful with the buffet food, as both I and my friend got stomach poisoning.

Does anyone know if with the $26 you get food and alcohol? I am reading some reviews and it looks like the all-inclusive has additional fees? Is this the case? I booked for 4 nights and want to know if it is even worth going or if I will get nickle and dimed all week.

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