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Viva Wyndham V Heavens
Ranked #4 of 40 Hotels in Puerto Plata
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 7 January 2016

We are just returning from a week at this resort, on a Sunwing package from Toronto. Although we had a lovely holiday in the sun, the resort did not meet our expectations as based on the Sunwing description, either in general (4.5 stars) or in the specifics detailed below.

Here's the summary: The resort's setting, both the beach and the pool area, are terrific. It's an ideal location on Playa Dorada. The staff is great, it was a pleasure interacting with them for the week, with a few exceptions they made our stay pleasant and enjoyable. However, the food is below my standards, with the a la carte restaurants marginally better than the buffets.

I'm not bitter or angry, but Sunwing's description promises many elements that are either incorrect or false. For example, "cook authentic cuisines at the onsite cooking class"* turned into a lesson in plating Caesar salad set up at an informal table by the pool. And then only on the last day after asking the staff every day for the week.

Wyndham (and Sunwing) have been in the business long enough to know and do better. Shame on them both. FAIL.

Here's the detail:
The resort is small, but on the fabulous Playa Dorada beach, which offers long walks in both directions past the many other resorts along the beach. The resort's main pool and the beach are connected by a walkway along a scenic river, a five minute stroll. The beach is on a curved bay, providing pretty views of palm trees and mountains. The VWVH beach is wide, with a sunny area close to the water and a shaded area with palm trees - lots of room for everyone both in the sun and in the shade. There are neither palapas or umbrellas, but shade was not hard to find. Behind the beach, a large beach pavilion (bar and buffet by day, Italian restaurant by night) is one of the prettiest beach restaurant settings we've experienced.

The pool area seemed a little more crowded, with lounge chairs, lounge beds and a balcony area above the bar overlooking the organically shaped pool. I think the small pool on the balcony is meant to be the "jacuzzi" in Sunwing's description - it's not. Pool bar service is better, primarily thanks to Laura.

Our two-room Amnesia suite was large, with a clean and modern bathroom and comfortable beds. Sparsely decorated and furnished, there is no dresser to store clothing, no table, no chair/desk area. The clean and modern bathroom has an enclosed glass shower but no tub (so not Sunwing's "full bathroom"). The Sony smart TV set provided access to Netflix through the in-room wifi router, had enough bandwidth for video streaming (unexpected) and connectivity for all our devices. Wifi is available throughout the resort, even on the beach.

We arrived at 9:30pm. The first room offered, on the ground floor facing the parking lot, was without curtains. A second room faced the other buildings, but was also without curtains. Jhorge promised curtains would be installed while we were at dinner and that he would not leave until they were in place. After dinner, he was gone, and curtains had failed to appear. I checked with the front desk every 15 minutes until 1:30am, when enough to provide some privacy were finally installed.

The next morning, Jennifer, the friendly and helpful Sunwing representative, quickly addressed our other issues. Before noon the promised bottle of "sparking wine, run or tequila" in the form of a small bottle of rum (would have preferred sparkling wine) had arrived, the telephone's loud squealing noise had been fixed, the remaining curtains had been hung, and an electrical outlet for the coffee maker and fridge had been installed. The other rep, Francoise, seemed to be overly stressed dealing with vacationers who were not as fortunate with their rooms (we overheard of insect infestations, dirty rooms and non-functioning air conditioning), and was less friendly and helpful, but we did hear that he managed to relocate some even less happy travellers to other nearby properties.

Although there are many daily activities, there is no posted schedule of events and activities nor which restaurants are open and closed. Kim was able to get a photo-copied schedule, but it included some events which did not happen.

The VWVH staff is generally helpful and engaged. Many went out of their way to provide an enjoyable experience. When the cocktail making class didn't happen as scheduled on the first day, Jennifer introduced me to Chayanne, who leads the entertainment team. He made sure it happened the next day. He was also instrumental in making the cooking class happen. His energetic presence (and his ability to converse in four languages) was certainly appreciated.

The other members of the entertainment team are enthusiastic and talented, with regular dancing performances, stretching classes (thanks Lily), darts tournaments (thanks Addeline) and catamaran rides (a really fun ride on a windy day) - all included. Incidentally Sunwing's "yoga", "pilates" and "stretching" classes are a singular, but daily, event. There is no "meditation". The week's activity highlight was the foam pool party - which covered the pool with over a metre of foam bubbles, to the great delight of the all the "turistas". We're told it's a weekly event.

The cocktail lesson introduced us to Yoserqui, a bartender with an unbeatable knack for making espresso martinis. The staff at one of the a la cartes, Blend (labelled as Fusion cuisine) was particularly friendly and helpful - we ate there three times. Led by Julio, the team (Yiorio, Benis and Amberix) spoke English well enough to chat about the food and joke with us, which was not true at other restaurants or even the front desk. They set a standard not met by the other a la cartes.

Maid service was marginal - soap, shampoo and conditioner were replaced only on request. Or maybe I misinterpreted Sunwing's "welcome amenities", which means that they're only provided upon arrival?

Communication throughout was difficult, with some staff unable to speak either English or French. Maybe it's expecting too much, as my Spanish is limited to a few words, but it was more difficult to make ourselves understood than at any similar resort. The front desk is haphazard. The staff makes notes on scraps of paper that already have several other notes, and then immediately goes on to help someone else. As a result, there are no results. In addition, it's difficult to have a conversation, as they are continually being distracted and interrupted by other staff.

This kind of rude behaviour also happened at Sofrito, the Dominican restaurant. While in the middle of taking our order the host simply walked away from our table three times to deal with other customers, leaving us talking to air.

I've hinted at the overall lack of food variety and quality, but there is no way to describe this favourably. We did not chat with any fellow traveler who did not have at least one bad meal, and by bad, I mean one that caused major upset at one end or other of the digestive system. Although there were exceptions, overall food barely met a minimal standard. It would be easier and shorter to describe the dishes that we enjoyed. I'll recommend the salmon at Blend, and the omelette station at the breakfast buffet. Calla reports that the wood-fired pizza was tasty, but you need to be careful about the toppings.

Otherwise, dishes were sometimes cold and often the meats did not taste as we expected - I don't mean unusual spices or flavourings (our tastes are quite experienced in worldly flavours) but off-tastes. On one occasion, a cappuccino tasted of curdled milk or cheese - as if the steaming pitcher had not been cleaned in a while. Although other wine can be purchased, the low alcohol house wine tastes more of grape juice than wine - the white is marginally better than the red.

The buffets (one in the main building, one on the beach) had little of interest to us. We found a few things we liked and ate them every day. There was little to no variety from day to day. Most of the hot dishes looked completely unappetizing - like an institution. The buffet's self-serve ice-cream was generally a soupy liquid, which might be forgiven in the heat of the beach buffet, but is unforgivable in the main building.

I started by saying that we had a lovely holiday. We did - the overall experience was pleasant. It's unfortunate that it is so far away from the 4.5 star experience promised by Sunwing, and that so many of the promised details (more than I've detailed) failed to materialize.

Room Tip: Building 3 or 4
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2016

Dear customer,

We appreciate your feedback on your recent stay at Viva Wyndham V Havens. Your opinion is valuable and we will take your suggestions into account.

We are glad to know you are a fan of our location in Playa Dorada and that it was a pleasure for you to get to know our staff, please notice that it was also a pleasure for us to have you in our property, and we hope you can give us the chance to welcome you back in the future.

We remain at your disposal.

Best regards,

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Reviewed 7 January 2016

Stayed Dec 29 - Jan 5th

First impression driving up was, old hotel with a fresh coat of paint. Lobby was beautiful when we walked in. Very bright with new furniture.

Check in was painless. Nice glass of fruit punch for everyone. Given map of the resort and guided to our room.

Room - Building # 3 first floor. Good size with very nice new furniture. Bed was very firm and pillows were big and fluffy. View from "patio" was poor as we were the last room on the floor and we looked directly to where the work staff seem to have their meeting \ locker area. This made for the noisiest room I have every stayed in. Workers start by 06:00 and that's all you hear. They push their work carts which are really loud. There are many of the workers who like to sing and have lots of laughs right outside the window which may as well be wide open. There was one day something was being repaired or delivered cause the push carts started at 03:50. Now we get to the weekend when the big Club just outside the resort fired up the music and at time the water glass on our night table would vibrate. That lasted till just before 02:00. We did not hear any noise from the rooms beside or above which surprised us. So disappointed in the noise resulting in no a very restful vacation. Water pressure was great and tons of hot water. Couches and sitting area in room were very comfortable.

Grounds - They are well maintained and the resort is very clean. Public bathrooms when working were very clean.

Lay out - Broke into the pool area where night activities occur and the beach area. There is a 3-5 minute walk between the two. You walk beside another resort to get to the beach. Covered path mostly.

Beach - Nice long public beach great for long walks. Resort uses palm trees for shade instead of palapas which was nice. Beach furniture was nice and new. Always room in shade or sun. Beach is patrolled by vendors but they are not pushy.

Pool - Suited to small size of resort. Gentle walk in so no stairs or ladders. During day it is very quiet with beds or loungers to relax in. No pool bar which was a surprise. There is also an elevated Jacuzzi on top of the pool bar that gives a more secluded area to take in the sun and sights.

Food - Hit and miss. Order steak below your normal "like temperature" should help. Pasta was good. None of the restaurants jump out as must have. Buffets were typical all inclusive.

Staff - Restaurant staff still need some work on the how and when's of the business. ie: after my wife took a bite of the perch filet and coming with 4 bones in the first bite she wanted to order something else on the menu. The manger told her it was fish and they have bones. Very true but shouldn't when served as a filet...or maybe that's just the rest of the world.
Maintenance staff were very friendly and full of smiles.
Maid service was again very friendly and did an outstanding job.
Lobby personal were very helpful when we needed them. Our needs were taking care of immediately.

Animation Team - young and full of energy. Shout out to Pokémon and Lily! They kept me busy with fun games and just shooting the breeze. Please take part in a couple of the activites.....lots of prizes at night for those that participate. Take a ride in a catamaran, or kayak or grab a boogie board and hit the waves.

Overall - the charm of this resort is how small and intimate it is. Lots of places to relax and reenergize the body and soul which is what a vacation should be.

Room Tip: Building 3 ground floor was VERY noisy.
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2016

Dear customer,


Thank you so much for your valuable comments on your recently vacation at Viva Wyndham V Heavens. It is very important to us to receive feedbacks and to know that you had a pleasant vacation we are glad you enjoyed our long Beach as well as the friendliness of our Staff.

Please remember that we will be glad to welcome you back at Viva Wyndham V Heavesn.

Sincerely,

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Reviewed 6 January 2016

Location of this hotel is ok. Playa Dorada area in Puerto Plata. Lobby looks good.

Room.- My wife and I stayed in a Nirvana Superior room. Our room had two beds and they were very comfortable. However we had some issues like while you are taking a shower, the water will come out of the shower area and flood the bathroom and will go out of the bathroom into the bedroom. I believed that this is a problem in most of the bathrooms This problem needs immediate attention. Nowhere to hang the towels in the bathroom. Nowhere to sit in the room other than the bed. A/C was fine. Toilet was not working properly. No water coming out of the tap. I asked at the front desk when we were leaving and I was told that we were the first one's to use the room. Not enough room to put your clothes.

Pool.- Nice pool, water temperature ok. enough chairs with umbrellas if you get there early.

Restaurants.- Three a la carte, no reservations needed and one buffet style, food average.

Beach.- Great, enough long chairs but no umbrellas, however there are palm trees that you can bring your chairs to give you shade, sometimes all the shade areas are occupied .

Workers in the hotel.- Always smiling, nice people but some are still on a training mode specially the bartenders, they need to get more experienced.

Entertainment.- Not so good, too far from where people sit. Sometimes nothing is on for about two hours between 7pm and 9 pm. Would love to see dancers dancing a Dominican Republic regional dance.

Room Tip: There are rooms with great view
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank Eduardo F
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2016

Dear Guest,

On behalf of Viva Wyndham V Heavens, we would like to thank you for visiting our resort during your recent vacation here.

Thank you very much for taking the time and trouble to bring these points to our attention. Your insightful comments are highly appreciated. Your experience and the information you are providing will help us to continually improve our services.

Thank you once again for your comments. It would be a pleasure to welcome you back to our resort in the near future and to show you our improvements.

Best Regards,

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Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

I booked this resort with a couple of friends and stayed there from Dec 27th to Jan 3rd. There are definitely pros and cons to the resort.

Some of the pros are the resort is new (opened in Dec 2015) and therefore everything is in good condition i.e. furniture and the overall amenities. The pool area is nice. There are day beds and nice/comfortable lawn chairs surrounding the pool. These chairs get occupied fairly early in the morning, however. The resort is small and it has a boutique style vibe and is easy to navigate. The resort supplies small bottled water at all the bars which is good as you typically have to purchase bottled water in most resorts. The walk to the beach is short (about 5 mins) along a paved path. There are plenty of lawn chairs on the beach and the beach is actually nicer than I expected. It's a nice stretch of sand and the sand was very clean. I was told prior to going that Puerto Plata's beaches are not that nice but I didn't mind it all. The resort hosted a nice New Year's Eve party with fireworks and music by the pool which we enjoyed. They also hosted a foam party at the pool on the Saturday which was fun.

Cons:
The staff is not always very attentive. There were pleasant workers at the resort but I think some needed more training possibly. Wait times at the a la cartes are loooong. You're looking at 1-2 hours to get your food. This resort offers unlimited a l cartes with no reservations which seemed like a bonus but they cannot accommodate the amount of people as most choose to dine at the a la cartes over the buffet. One night they even closed the buffet at dinner so people had no choice but to dine at one of the restaurants. The buffet food is ok but there are limited options especially at lunch and dinner. There are no theatres shows (yet) at night but they had some entertainment by the pool at night. I didn't find it so entertaining so they can improve there. The disco is pretty lame as well. Sometimes it would be empty with no one in there so if you are looking to party, this may not be the resort for that as adults only resorts tend to attract older couples.

If you're young and looking for a party, check out Cabarete beach at night. There are numerous beach bars lined up and people just hang out and drink around the beach and bars. You have to take about a 40 min cab there from this resort but it's worth checking out. It's probably fun during the day as well.

My recommendations for this resort would be 1) add a lobby bar as there is only one bar opened at night (the pool bar) and the disco bar which hardly anyone goes to. Also, the resort should provide an itinerary for the week which includes activities and times so people become more engaged. The entertainment staff was always trying to get people to participate in activities without advance notice. And lastly, reservations should be mandatory for a la cartes as the wait times were far too long and a lot of people were frustrated about that.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled with friends
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2016

Dear Guest,

We appreciate your valuable feedback about your recent stay in our property Viva Wyndham V Heavens.

The New Year party was specially design for our customers and we are more than happy to know you enjoyed it. We appreciate the time dedicated to write your opinion about your stay at our resort. We assure you that your feedback will be considered in order to ameliorate our services.

Thank you for choosing our resort and for recommending us on TripAdvisor.

Kind regards,

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Reviewed 5 January 2016

I feel like the reviews of the Heavens need some balance. My wife and I paid about $1500 each for our all-inclusive trip during peak season at a resort that had just completed a renovation - or a "facelift" as it might better be described. Some of the other reviews of this resort don't seem to take these factors into account.

I was reading a lot about the hotel here before we travelled and since we came back. It sounds as if a number of visitors had some unfortunate experiences that we were lucky enough to avoid. Taking into account what the hotel is (a mid-range all-inclusive resort), my wife and I were both satisfied with our stay.

The walk to the beach is only 5 minutes, and it's actually quite lovely. The landscaping is thoughtfully done and my wife and eye spotted several wild lizards. At night, it is romantically lit and makes for a nice return from dinner.

I consider myself an armchair restaurant critic. I did not arrive expecting gourmet food. Some of the dishes at some of the non-buffet restaurants truly exceeded my expectations. I also found the breakfast buffet to offer a huge variety, many items of which were tasty.

I will agree with other reviewers about the bartenders' lack of skill. Again though, what can you expect, the same training and thought that goes into a $15 cocktail? The beer, house red, and house white were all completely uninteresting and all completely drinkable. My standby evening drink was Johnny Walker Black with ice. The fact that they even offered Black Label was impressive.

Other than long walks on the beach and along the Playa Dorada ring road, my wife and I didn't go anywhere for the week. We found the excursions to be a bit lacking and slightly overpriced, but we really came to just lounge for a week, so we weren't disappointed.

There are three tiers of rooms as far as I could tell. The website is confusing on this point. Rooms with one bed for two people, rooms with two beds for 2-4 people (a bit silly for a couples resort), and rooms with a bed and a separate living area.

We had one of the rooms with two beds. It was cleaned every day, our bar was stocked. It took a while for the hot water to come sometimes, but it did. The air conditioner was just as noisy as any other air conditioning unit I've dealt with it and we slept through it just fine.

The wi-fi had excellent coverage throughout the resort, however the speed and reliability was poor, which is really how it should be. You're on vacation after all. No other reviewers seem to have figured this out, but the new TV's that they've installed into the rooms are Netflix capable. After adjusting some settings and installing a firmware update, my wife and I accessed our Netflix account, which made for hours of entertainment during the evening hours.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2016

Dear customer,

Thank you for your review regarding the Viva Wyndham V Heavens. It is very nice to read your good remarks about our services and facilities we are glad you enjoyed the 5 minutes’ walk to the beach.

We appreciate your observations and assure you that they will be taken care of.

We look forward to your next stay at our resort and thank you for recommending us.

Kind regards,

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Reviewed 5 January 2016

Three hours after arrival, we all wanted the next flight home!
We were five and booked two rooms. Definitely a 3 star at best!!
Horrible stench in both rooms.
Toilet flooded not overflowed but leaked all over washroom floor.
Showers flood all washroom floors. Covered and walked on wet towels all week.
All floor throughout room was damp to wet. We wore socks that got soaked.
So much condensation that we could not see out of our patio doors nor mirrors.
Everything was damp. Beds, clothes...just disgusting.
Nowhere to store your clothes besides a closet with very few hangers. Pretty much live out of your suitcase.
AC did not work in both rooms.
Bugs in room all over desk. yes! see pics
Food was horrible. Restaurants never all open and lineups at all times for terrible food.
Service is horrible. No friendly staff besides Orlando and Bernardo and the ''event people'' but no entertainment going on there unless you consider darts, bocce and dancing to the same 1970, 80 playlist night after night. So boring!!!
No premium alcohol there. Terrible wine, beer and i can't even describe the cocktails they tried to make.
Waiter service on the beach? Never saw one person. Line up on the beach to get drinks served by one waiter...so waited and waited for bottles of water cause the rest is poison.
Never saw a Jacuzzi. On top of pool bar is not a jacuzzi. It is a small cold pool. Pool is not heated. Probably around 78degrees.
Resort is not on beach nor is there a beach view.
Walk to the beach is about 10 minutes along a stagnant pond and noisy generators.
Same food is served day after day at beach.
Sun is great. Beach is nice. Big strong waves. They offer kayaking, and boogie boards but never saw paddle boards.
So glad to be back home!! What a terrible waste of money. Very disappointing. Had they rated it a 3 star, fine, we would have looked for something else but we went with the 4.5 to 5 star rating and the fact that it was bought out by a recognized company!. This trip was also a Christmas gift to our children. They would have preferred the cash equivalency!!!
Worst vacation yet.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 8 January 2016

Dear customer,

We appreciate the time you dedicated to write your remarks about your stay at
Puerto Plata. Your review will assist us in our commitment to improve in all aspects of our operations.

We regret not having been able to fulfill your expectations.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you at our resort.

Kind regards,

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Reviewed 5 January 2016

This property seems to be a work in progress (it only opened as a Wyndham hotel on Dec. 14). It was fine, but I have many small complaints. Food, for instance, was good, but never seemed to be served hot enough. The house wine, especially the red, was horrible, but you can buy bottles for a reasonable price. The beach and pool are nice. Rooms and restaurants, however, are barren -- get some art work, add a little ambience (this could be coming however). During our stay, for instance, a second set of drapes went up and bedside lamps were added. Overall, a pretty good experience. At least the WiFi works and is included. The location is great, staff pretty good, but the detail is definitely lacking.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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VivaWVHeavens, Director General at Viva Wyndham V Heavens, responded to this reviewResponded 8 January 2016

Dear customer,

Thank you for sharing your comments with us on your recent vacation at Viva Wyndham V Heavens.

We can assure you that all of our clients’ opinions are very important to us as it is the most reliable source of information to improve our services and facilities. We appreciate your good comments about our activities and services.

We hope that you afford us the opportunity to serve you again at Viva Wyndham Resorts.

Kind regards,

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Address: Playa Dorada Complex, Puerto Plata 05700, Dominican Republic
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Region: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > Puerto Plata Province > Puerto Plata
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Ranked #4 of 40 Hotels in Puerto Plata
Price Range: $116 - $291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Viva Wyndham V Heavens 4*
Number of rooms: 190
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