With a stay at Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa - All Inclusive in Punta Cana (Bavaro Beach), you'll be minutes from Bavaro Lagoon and close to Catalonia Caribe Golf Club. This all-inclusive resort is within close proximity of Downtown Punta Cana and Dolphin Island.
Make yourself at home in one of the 524 air-conditioned rooms featuring free minibar items. Rooms have private balconies. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Relax and unwind with massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as outdoor tennis courts, a health club, and an outdoor pool. This resort also features wireless Internet access (surcharge), babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and supervised childcare/activities.
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Satisfy your appetite at one of the resort's 4 restaurants. When you are in need of a refreshing drink, visit a poolside bar or one of 5 bars/lounges, or 2 beach bars. A complimentary breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
I loved it! Went with a friend, 'girls' week' (left our husbands at home) and we had a fabulous time. We liked how small and personal it was, got to know all the staff and alot of the same guests. We formed our own little group. While this is NOT a 5 star with all the pretty folded towels and flowers in your room, we liked how 'rustic' it was. The customer service was great and the entertainment committee was friendly and energetic. For anyone who gave a bad review, remember this: DON'T FORGET TO TIP THE STAFF! These people are poor, and a couple of dollars here and there goes a LONG way. I am a bartender myself, and I live on tips, so I know what I'm talking about. Already planning to go back next year. The beach was wonderful, and we could always find a spot with chairs and an umbrella. Special thanks to Risa of the Entertainment Crew who made the whole week a delight with her high energy and exhuberance! The food was average, but tasty. While we did have a minor problem with the ceiling leaking in the bathroom, it was fixed immediately.
Besides my cell phones that were stolen by A SUPERVISOR OF ONE OF THE RESTARUANTS, service was horrible. Food was bland, lacking variety, the good food was gone instantly. The buffet frequently ran out of plates, tables lacked silverware, and some tables too small to sit at. There was no choice of restaurants; we were told where to go and when, and were only allowed 3 evenings of a la cart dining. Restaurant service was lacking; we were ignored at times. Housekeeping was inconsistent. Washcloths were left only twice in 8 days. The minibar consisted of only 2 bottles of soda, 2 cans of beer, and 1 bottle of water. The only 110 power outlet in the room had no 3rd prong, and would not hold a plug. Maintenance basically said, tough. A spotlight blared in our balcony all night. The bed-hard. Bathroom tiles and tub needed refinishing, and the retractable drying rack was broken. The TV-horrible reception. Our map and information was inaccurate, w/hard-to-read print on scrap paper w/someone's personal information on the other side. There was no listing for room service. This is NOT an Eco friendly resort! The back is trashed w/broken tile and glass, chairs, tables, trash, broken down tractor equipment, seaweed-its horrifying. The ATM on the property is set up incorrectly- only accepting cash withdrawals from savings. Spa reception was rude, and messed up our reservation twice! There was no air conditioning anywhere but in our rooms. The beach itself is overcrowded and not upkept, littered with trash and seaweed. We were harassed by vendors on the beach and on the main paths of the resort. The pool patio was also overcrowded. The resort advertised jet skis; there are none. There was no advertising of some events nor free watersports. Nightlife was lacking-1 show nightly.
Found the food average, the wine tasted funny, no frozen drinks. All drinks were week. The room refrigerator was more of a cold box; it kept bottled water at room temperature. You receive two bottles of water a day. Rooms did smell musty but they were cleaned daily. Staff was very friendly. Grounds are small and not much to do except sit on the beach. Lots of seaweed on the beach, but the resort does work very hard to keep it raked up. The sand and the water are great. Way to many vendors walking up and down the beach, but on the most part leave you alone. Two nights a week they have the local vendors around the dining area and there is no way to get to the main dining room without running the gauntlet. It was horrible because many vendors were very aggressive. One man actually grabbed my husband to stop us. Because I felt this was forced upon us, I refused to buy anything even if I wanted it. I did not feel safe on the beach at night and I certainly did not feel comfortable leaving the resort. If you just want to sit on the beach, relax then it would not be a terrible place for the price. The staff worked very hard at keeping the resort nice. Staff in the dining areas were very pleasant. I prefer more activity options and a little more opportunity to socialize. The ride from the airport was a bit scary, but that was probably more because my husband and I were on the bus alone and never in Punta Cana before, so when we pulled off the main road we thought we were being kidnapped. The ride back to the airport was not so scary. Both drivers drove like nuts! (However, I am a bit of a side seat driver) There are aggressive people in the airport who try to take your bags for you. Just know who your airport transfers are, they will have both, take your bags to your tours desk yourself. These bag handlers will act like they are with your transfer company. I would not go back, but maybe I should have just stayed at a resort that is a bit bigger. My cousin goes back...
I have to admit the beach was extraordinary and the staff were pleasant. Every other thing was suspect to say the least. Our room had toilet water dripping from the ceiling. We had a strong moldy smell that came from the 1970'era fridge / minibar. The tv in the room was broke on and off the entire week. Last but not least the resort tries to pressure sale you condos the entire time you are there.
we have been to the punta cana natura resort twice in three years april 08 and april 10 no it is not a six star maybe a three star. however we absoutely love the beach you can get no better. the food is aveage but you can always find something you like. the staff is over worked but friendly and will help you the best they can. we have had no issues with our rooms either time however others have. what i like best is that you can come and go at your leisure and its a casual atmosphere. go with no expetations relax and you will enjoy yourself other comment about needing the doctor sorry to hear about that we always take a first aide kit with us no matter where we go this is still a third world country.
The overall hotel is lovely with an adequate beach and pool. The food was the same every day and it was just 'ok'. Some very friendly and helpful staff. Our room was dirty, full of mold, and had broken fixtures. Air conditioning in the room did not work and the celing fan was extremely noisey....difficult to sleep. My husband was injured one night by a fall and we could not get anyone on staff to help. (We needed some antibiotic ointment and bandges and they seemed too busy to help.) A visit to the clinic in the morning saw us waiting for the 'doctor' while she ate breakfast for over an hour. We finally bought our own supplies in the gift shop, and LUCKILY he was okay. Not recommended.