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Wednesday,  June 12, 2024 11:49 PM 

This former "adults-only" Bahia property is now accepting kids

This former "adults-only" Bahia property is now accepting kids

Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts has just announced that for the first time ever, the Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado, previously an adults-only property, will begin accepting children.

Starting May 2018, families with younger travellers seeking to experience happiness will be welcome at the only hotel based on the island of Cayo Levantado, Samaná, on the northern coast of Dominican Republic.

The hotel is the only one located on the island of Cayo Levantado, and was previously named the second best all-inclusive in the Caribbean by TripAdvisor, and the 17th best all-inclusive in the world.

Guests of all ages will be able to enjoy spacious accommodations, alongside the resort’s multiple swimming pools and whirlpools, six restaurants and four bars.

This will be the brand’s only treasure experience hotel, as per its recent portfolio reclassification that highlights properties in the most unique locations, that welcomes younger guests. To cater to children, Bahia Principe’s fun-filled kids program, Bahia Scouts, will be offered on the island and includes daily activities, such as arts and crafts and sports games, that will allow for parents to venture out on their own.

“This paradisiacal one-hotel island offers a comprehensive experience that includes two private beaches, our signature Bahia Spa, as well as nightly entertainment perfect for families to stay on the island," said Helen Montijano, vice president of sales and marketing for the U.S and Canada. "Though the hotel will retain its tranquil spirit, we have decided to remove the adults-only restriction based on feedback from past guests who are eager to enjoy the resort with their families and from our travel partners who help coordinate and book stays."