The Hotel Resort
Welcome to the official website of Majestic Elegance, a five star all inclusive hotel in Punta Cana, Playa Bávaro, Dominican Republic!
The main purpose of this site is to give all users a clear picture about this luxurious hotel resort in Punta Cana. For this reason, our team is pleased to make an extra effort to keep all relevant information up to date for you to get to know this resort better and to familiarize yourself with all our facilities and services
INTRODUCTION The perfect Resort for the sophisticated guest looking for elegant and stylish accommodation with a superb selection of amenities and services. This spectacular 5 star all inclusive resort offering all Junior suites and Suites is surrounded by beautiful landscapes with extensive flora and fauna, making it an ideal place for Caribbean lovers and first timers visiting the Dominican Republic. In two words, “elegant and sophisticated”, the best way to describe the New Majestic Elegance Punta Cana, opened in November 2008.
The Majestic Elegance Punta Cana is the answer to fulfill the needs of a clientele which is becoming more demanding of a high end menu of facilities and services. This way, the luxury resort not only addresses couples, families or groups, but also distinguishes itself from other resorts by offering an exclusive "only adults" area, the trendy Elegance Club with exclusive rooms and services to pamper its guests.
LOCATION AND CLIMATE The Majestic Colonial Punta Cana is located in Arena Gorda (Playa Bavaro) next to Macao and 30km’s away from the Punta Cana International Airport, 1 hour from La Romana International Airport and 3 ½ hours from Santo Domingo’s International Airport of “Las Americas”. The Historic City of Santo Domingo could be easily reached by road in about 4 hrs. Tropical weather with an average temperature of 27-30 degrees Celsius all year around and always touched by a gentle and fresh sea breeze that moderates the warm temperatures.
ATTRACTIVE PLACES NEARBY There are several natural parks for outdoor lovers such as Los Haitises, and several semi deserted islands such as Saona Island and Catalina Island. For those interested in a mix of native culture and modernity, Altos de Chavon in La Romana and of course the city of Santo Domingo are a must.