TRS Turquesa Hotel | Dominican Republic | If Only

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Located on the edge of palm-studded Bavaro Beach this adult only, All Inclusive resort offers the perfect getaway for adults seeking to recharge and relax.

Choose from an inspired collection of 372 chic contemporary-styled spacious suites with unique details such as fireplaces, jetted-tubs and furnished balconies or patios, and for that added special touch book a suite with swim up access.

Enjoy refined romantic French dining in La Bohème or enjoy the best of both worlds and visit Kusko, Japanese cuisine combined with typical Peruvian ingredients. For a uniquely relaxed atmosphere, inspired by the famous beach clubs of Ibiza, Helios offers buffet dining and live shows.

Savour blissful relaxation at Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness, a holistic haven offering a luxurious collection of treatments and therapies. Enjoy the jacuzzi, sauna and vapor baths that will transport you to a haven of tranquility and pleasure.


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What's nearby

From the white sands of Bavaro Beach to the Manati Park Bavaro to the array of boutiques and restaurants in downtown Punta Cana and Palma Real Shopping Village, there is so much variety on offer in Punta Cana.

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 372 Rooms



Choose a Junior Suite with one king bed and one double sofa bed. This luxurious Caribbean-styled suite has a romantic canopy King size bed complete with pillow menu and turndown service. The bathroom is elegantly-appointed with a jetted bathtub and separate shower. Relax on the sofa in front of the fireplace while enjoying 24-hour room service. Highlights include a fully-stocked minibar, free bottled water, a coffee/tea maker and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and iPod dock.



With a choice of four on-site international restaurants to choose from plus access to numerous bars and restaurants in the neighbouring sister resorts, guests are invited to savour the delicious array of international cuisines on offer. Enjoy the classic elegance of Capricho where à la carte menus tantalise taste buds. Or make reservations at La Boheme and savour a delightful French-inspired menu straight from a Parisian Brasserie.



There are numerous water sports and land sports to take part in including football, tennis, volleyball, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing and water skiing.

Soak up the sun on the pristine white sands of Bavaro Beach then board a catamaran end enjoy a snorkelling trip to an underwater reef. Take a trip to the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park & Reserve with 1,500 acres of land dedicated to conservation. Swim in freshwater lagoons and learn more about the native Taino Indians. Don’t miss a visit to the ChocoMuseo Punta Cana where artisanal chocolate is made.

Evening entertainment takes place in the resort nightclub, while Helios offers a stylish Ibizan-styled Beach Club.



Zentropia Spa & Wellness invites couples to relax and rejuvenate within the confines of this zen-inspired escape away. Start off with an energizing exfoliation followed by a Detoxifying Body Wrap or to celebrate a special milestone choose a Moonlight Massage for two with champagne included. The spa offers an extensive array of amenities and facilities including a Water Zone with sauna, Turkish massage, hydro massage, a shower circuit, a shiatsu treatment room and double treatment rooms for couples. The wellness zone also features a state-of-the-art fitness centre with treadmills, elliptical trainers, static bikes and weights.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Punta Cana International Airport and Las Americas International Airport


Approximately 20 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.