Eden Roc at Cap Cana | Dominican Republic | If Only

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Eden Roc at Cap Cana is a unique and secluded ultra-luxury beachfront property located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic and is part of the Relais & Châteaux collection.

The resort presents two distinct areas, the in-land Boutique Suite area located 300 metres from the Beach Club with 34 stand-alone Suites and Villas overlooking the garden or the lagoon-style pools. The Eden Roc Beach Club is surrounded by 26 stunning Beachfront Rooms and Suites and four Oceanfront Pool Villas. Built in a colonial style the interiors have high wooden ceilings with a contemporary feel.

Each restaurant features a variety of haute cuisine combined with striking décor and an elegant atmosphere. Mediterraneo features Mediterranean cuisine, La Palapa by Eden Roc specialises in seafood dishes, The Blue Bar and Grill presents light meals and deli favourites. Enjoy a tropical escape at Solaya Spa which offers a wide range of treatments for complete well-being.


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What's nearby

Ecotourism adventures abound in the Dominican Republic, from climbing waterfalls by rope to mountain biking along remote tracks or spotting humpback whales from a fishing boat. Stroll the cobbled streets of the European-style capital of Santo Domingo and its Zona Colonial, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 34 Rooms
  • 6 restaurants and bars
  • 2 pools


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Punta Cana International Airport and Las Americas International Airport


Approximately 15 minutes from Punta Cana International Airport


High Season starts from July to August, a popular time with travellers from the northern hemisphere. Winter Season begins in December and ends in late February when the climate is at its best. The Dominican Republic enjoys almost steady year-round temperatures with highs of 29 to 33°C. The island lies in the centre of the Caribbean hurricane belt, therefore August and September are classified as prime hurricane season.