Princess Brides Looking for a good time
Posted 26 May 2009 - 05:08 AM
Night Life in Punta Cana | Punta Cana Travel Guide
YouTube - areito
Posted 01 June 2009 - 12:49 AM
Posted 01 June 2009 - 04:56 AM
Posted 05 August 2010 - 07:08 AM
Areito did include drinks until midnight for guest. There are many locals which adds to the atmosphere. They play a lot of latin music and there are many dancers. I'm pretty sure if I dig in my past pics I can find pics of this bar. When you leave Bavaro princess resort, this club is about a 5-10 minute walk on the right. A little past the golf course. We found this place by accident while walking around during the day. It looks like a cave from the outside (design of the club of course) and the bar is very dark, a lot of red lights and I would rate it ok for a week night.
If you want to go to a nightclub that appeals to all, it is packed, has diversity of music from latin, mainstream downstairs and house music upstairs then your best bet would be Disco Mangu which is located about a 3 minute cab ride from Bavaro Princess. We have been there about 6 times already. It is located at the Grand Flamenco Resort next door. If you stay at the Grand Flamenco it's free to get it. Cover is about 20$ to get in, make sure you pay the higher price listed on board as it gives you admission to the whole place, we had people pay the 12$ price and they could not go upstairs. It was hard to find out why a bouncer was blocking the stairwell until we could translate that we did not have the proper bracelet and luckily were able to upgrade. Taking a cab there first is your best bet, once the bar is done, grab all your friends and walk towards the beach and head left on the beach and it will bring you to Bavaro within 10 min, (and it's a good work out too LOL) Above all this is the place everyone frequents, it is updated, has amazing people, staff, music, entertainment and your bound to have a good time. It usually gets busy around midnight, especially upstairs, you think wow this is dead and within 5 to 10 min the place is so packed with people dancing everywhere that you can't move as freely.
Ive been to PUnta Cana a bunch of times, for weddings, leisure and now I am going to get married there this February as I absolutely love it there. I have done many excursions from snorkeling, speed boat, manati park(dolphins) dune buggie, horseback riding as well as going to Lancelot, Disco Mangu, Pacha, Aireto and should you have any questions feel free to ask and Ill be happy to help you out the best I could. I remember researching for hours and hours when I first was going here and remember how helpful others advice was and how it helped make my trip all that much better :
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