Set on the white, pristine sands of Bayahibe-La Romana, Viva Dominicus Beach by Wyndham is an all-inclusive tropical escape with endless opportunities for fun and relaxation. Paradise greets each guest with a refreshing drink at check-in, while the tour desk staff helps fill each day with diving, surfing and other exciting expeditions around the island. Family activities, romantic outings and unforgettable adventures are waiting at this beautiful Dominican Republic resort.

Set oceanfront on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, Viva Dominicus Beach by Wyndham all-inclusive resort faces the tropical, nearby islands of Saona and Catalina. This vacation paradise is only 11 miles from the nearby La Romana International Airport, 62 miles from Punta Cana Airport and 72 miles from Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo.

The town of La Romana is a former sugar cane town transformed into a thriving tourist destination for those looking for sun, surf and sand. Enjoy leisure days lounging on the beautiful Dominicus Beach, teeing off at the world-renowned Casa de Campo golf courses, or diving off the coast of Catalina Island. In Altos De Chavón, a recreated 16th century Spanish Colonial town, explore the Taino heritage at the Regional Museum of Archaeology, or stroll down the charming cobblestone streets lined with shops and art galleries. The National Park of the East is the place for those looking to come face to face with the local wildlife.

- Wifi is available in all facilities, including guestrooms


La Romana - Beach
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ) : 44 miles

Property Information

Year Built: 1999
Total rooms: 670


Resort Details


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Hotel Advisories

Advisory *Important Information* The Dominican Republic imposes various restrictions each year for Easter. They usually begin the Thursday prior to Good Friday and run a few days past Easter Sunday. The following regulations may be enforced: -Motorized water sports may be banned -Non-motorized water sports may be limited or banned -Alcohol consumption may be restricted (most resorts get a permit enabling them to serve alcohol to nonnative people during the ban) -Music may be limited or silenced

General Policies & Fine Print

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Minimum Check-In Age: 18
General Policies: Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds. 

Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.

Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.

General Information- Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.

Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Customer Ratings & Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.0 15152 reviews
  • 3.0 star tripadvisor rating
    the most honest american review

    My Fiancee (F.26) and I (M. 29) got to the resort on Sunday, May 20th. We were given our key card and went to our room. Went to get a drink and when we tried to get into our room, the key cards didn't work. To make matters worse, a pretty decent thunderstorm just rolled in and we're sitting on our porch getting poured on by the rain and pretty strong winds. This lasted about 15 minutes until I went to the front desk to get new keys. New keys work. We're getting ready for dinner in the hotel room. We stayed in the bungalow ocean view king. They're most expensive option. I go to open the door to go outside and it's locked. The lock on the door was completely jammed and we could not get out. I grabbed the hotel phone to call the front desk. The phone doesn't even work. Tried unplugging it and everything. Not a huge deal, I call the front desk from my cellphone. They send two workers over to try and get us out. Essentially they had to completely break the lock to get us out. It took 40 minutes. The worker replaced the lock and then had the nerve to pester us for a tip. "propinas por favor?" tip please, in english. I told him no. This happened all on the first day. We're staying for 7 days. Fast forward to Thursday. We wake up to zero running water, at all. We call the front desk and they say "we're looking into it". We got to the buffet to get food. Power completely out. Took 5 hours to get the running water back up and running. I hate to sound like a snobby American. We were actually one of few Americans on the resort. So many of the workers were harassing us to sign up for a time share. The resort is all inclusive but man, it seemed like we had to tip for literally everything and it started to get frustrating. I loved the physical location of the hotel. Absolutely loved the beach, island Soana and everything else. im even taking spanish courses. This hotel is NOT worth it let me tell you. The people that work there are a little shady. Granted we don't speak fluent Spanish but it really felt like we were getting taken advantage of.

    May 27, 2023
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating

    We are having such an amazing time and the staff is beyond friendly. We plan to come back here yearly now. Soooo much better than the Bahamas. Clean. Fun. So many activities. Literally ONLY thing I dislike is people touching me and the massage people insist on giving you a sample, they don’t like to take no as an answer, but I understand they are just trying to make a living. I still appreciate them though!<3

    May 26, 2023
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    little Italy

    Not for the English. The place is beautiful however that is were it stops. Our room had toilet issues and smelt of sewerage even though we reported a leak nothing was done so had to put up with it. The food was the worst we have ever had , very little choice and anything decent was in short supply so you were lucky to get it. The À la carte restaurants were very good and we went there most nights, the only chance to get a decent meal. The drinks were watered down and the wine was in short supply at all the bars and came out of a plastic tub, to get a decent drink we had to buy from outside the hotel. The entertainment was good but it was purely just for the Italians so if your English you will feel left out. At night It was on far too late and after a long day we were falling asleep. At night there isn't enough seating so had to sit on a sun lounger or stand up. We went on the boat trip twice however the cheaper one was better, again it was catered for the Italians, the guide would speak in Italian for 5 minutes then in English they would say get on the boat, what had we missed ??? This was our first trip to the Dominican and will be our last as this resort as put us off completely.

    May 20, 2023
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Aneuris the best 🤲

    Aneuris Rincon was the best bartender of Dominican Republic in viva Wyndham beachX We had the best drinks and laughs. Incredible drinks and very good attention. Beautiful place and preppie. I will definitely come again

    May 18, 2023
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Viva animacion beach

    We are spending a great vacation in the Viva hotel. Great animation team and amazing shows at night. Joel is doing fun aqua gym courses and dance lessons. Abrahan and Joselina are great artists. Travis Scott, Lillo, Sofia, Chema, Leonardo and Gaby. Spending a wonderful vacation here.

    May 18, 2023
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