Nightlife in Punta Cana

The idea of all-inclusive resorts is that you never need to leave the hotel and can spend all your money there. That's why they is always provide an evening program in such a hotel. Many hotels have shows that are similar to those in Las Vegas or on cruises. Some hotels provide overnight passes for non-guests, but this is not big proclaimed. Figuring out what is going on outside the hotel can prove to be challenging, because receptionists are trained to keep you within the complex. The Bavaro complex is probably your best chance to find a little entertainment outside the hotel.

In Punta Cana nightlife starts around midnight. This is the time when local people finish their dinner and think about going out. Popular local music is the merengue. The dress code is leasurely, but you can not wear shorts, sandals or sleeveless T-shirts. Smoking is prohibited in all clubs. .

Clubs & Diskotheken

Punta Cana is definitely known for its great night clubs. The quality of the clubs varies from season to season. Below are some of the consistently high quality clubs. In many of these premises you will find both locals and tourists, but should you want to get to know the locals, so it's best to visit a local, semi-open outdoor pubs.

  • Disco Mangu, also known as Mangu Discotheque & Bar: the Mangu Discotheque located at the Occidental Flamenco Hotel and is open every night. The music includes: Electronic music plus merengue, bachata, salsa, rock and reggae. The bar has a large screen and soccer, football, baseball, boxing, etc. can be seen.
  • Imagine Punta Cana
  • Areito Disco: part of the Princess hotel chain. Open every day of 11 clock in the evening to 5 clock in the morning. Free admission.
  • Bavaro Disco : the Bavaro Disco is at the Barcelo Bavaro Beach, Golf & Casino Resort. This disco has the best sound system of all clubs. The club exudes a European feel. Customers come here mostly from southern Europe and the Netherlands. Music and dance go here to 5 o'clock in the morning.
  • Pacha Discotheque

In the "Caribbean Street" the first nightclub that was built in the area. Live shows often cost entry, otherwise the entry is free. Clubs come and go, so here are some other names by which you can search:

  • Coco's (If you want to spend a night outside of the resort Coco's is "the place to be")
  • Disco El Bonche ("Dress to impress" you should opt for the disco El Bonche)
  • Ferro's Disco
  • Hot Spot
  • Wave Disco