Clubs and Discos, Punta Cana
We heard about this place Sins4Two but did not find much information in local ads nor with the locals, turns out that the place does not advertise much as it is quite exclusive, yet they accepted my reservations (that is another thing, they dont accept you unless you made a reservation). Price was reasonable as all consumption was included and usage of all the facilities.
The place is a mansion converted to disco. Very tasty decorated and truly unique. They do not accept single men as it is only for couples. I was a bit concerned that the "liberal part" was going to set me and my husband off, but was a good surprise that it was very friendly and everyone treats you as long time friend. Music was good however not loud, so you can carry on with conversations
All and all a very unique and fantastic place. Warning there is no prostitution at all, they seen to be very careful about building a exclusive image.
Be prepared to take a dip in the marvelous jacuzzi and see very sexy people. Dressing is important in this place
Dress Code: Dress up as going for a nice party. Women are dress up very sexy. They do not allow people in sneakers or tshirts.
Hotel Riu Club
First I was a little bit disappointed, because of the low numbers of Punta Cana clubs. First I tried a club in Hotel Riu and it was terrible. The interior design, the music etc. Not a great start for nightclubbing, I guessed but I still had 2 weeks to find my place.
My second Punta Cana club experience was with Mangu club, which one is located next to another hotel. This place is way better than Hotel Riu's, with 2 floors and 2 different types of music: some mainstream dance-rnb-hiphop music downstairs and electronic music upstairs. There are a lot of people every night but to be honest, the mood is really not that special. You can find clubs like Mangu everywhere in the world, but when you're in Punta Cana, the nicest destination of the Caribbean, you're kind of expecting something special. Now that's definitely not in Mangu.
Imagine Punta Cana
First of all, go and check out this club's website: http://puntacanaclubs.com/
It was built in an actual cave, thousands of people are there to have fun on the weekends. There are two different rooms, as far as I've seen. One for mainstream dance-rnb music and another for High Quality (!) electronic music. I can only recommend this place.
punta cana doesn not have much of a night life most discotec's (clubs) and bars for the locals and at the hotels close between 2am - 3am but doesn't stop you from drinking because liqour is cheap there
The Hotel Disco is built like the inside of an airplane-it has the actual nose and cockpit built into the night club. Some nights they had lots of people there, other nights not. But either way we always managed to have lots of fun!!!
Dress Code: People got dressed up nice-dresses to club wear, basically whatever you want!
This club is in the resort and is ONLY open to people who are staying at the Bavaro (a.k.a no locals to harrass you!). It's nice, the DJing needs a little work....the songs are kinda old, but get a few drinks in and you won't notice that they're playing the song for the 3rd time that night. The bar is open and the staff there is really nice...they even teach you how to latin dance...if you want =O
Dress Code: Anything.