Gansevoort Playa Imbert is a tropical destination that can be found in the middle of paradise in the Dominican Republic. The entire resort is surrounded by fragrant tropical flowers and lush landscape that leads directly down to the sparkling water and the deep hued coral that lies within.
Guests will be enthusiastically greeted by staff when they arrive, and the service will continue to be extraordinary until it is time for guests to leave. There are 48 gorgeous suites and they are comprised of one-bedroom lofts, two-bedroom lofts, and three-bedroom apartments that have private plunge pools and open terraces. There are even a couple four-bedroom penthouses that guests can choose from and they have rooftop Jacuzzis.
Every guest room has floor to ceiling windows, which allows guests to look outside at the views at any time during the day or night. The soaking tubs and separate showers are the perfect touch, as are the state-of-the-art kitchens.
Guests can enjoy a number of activities during their stay, including water sports, eco tours, and sailing.
Guests will appreciate the two on-site restaurants at the end of the day, as it means that they do not need to prepare their own meal or venture too far from the resort for a bite to eat. Mediterranean cuisine is on the menu at Baia, while it is all about Peruvian-Japanese cuisine, or Nikkei, over at Aguazul.
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- Ocean Views
- Fine Dining
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa Facilities
- Ocean Swimming
- Eco Tours
- Water Sports
Highlights & Reviews
- Gansevoort Dominican Republic is tucked away next to secluded Imbert beach on the fringe of the very busy town of Sosúa, one of the main resorts on the Dominican Republic’s north coast. It offers a hideaway in the humdrum of the town, but there are scores of bars and restaurants within 10 minutes’ walk, and the heaving main Sosua Beach within 15. Scuba diving and boat-trips are available in the town and beyond it there are zip-wires and horse-riding.
- The contemporary style continues inside the suites, with sleek wood, white walls and a muted colour scheme of soft browns and greys. There is a range of accommodation, with 1- and 2-bedroom ‘loft suites’, and 3- and 4-bedroom apartments, some of them penthouses over two storeys. All have sitting space and good-sized bathrooms and all can be air-conditioned, though they have outside space. Some have private pools. There is Wi-Fi throughout the resort and suites have TVs and DVD player. Because the Dominicans always travel en famille, all suites have cooking facilities.
- The two restaurants sit on the waterfront, one above the other. The main dining room, Baia, which offers all three meals, has a Mediterranean menu. Upstairs is Aguazul, a study in white, their upscale dinner only restaurant specialising in Nikkei cuisine (a Peruvian-Japanese fusion) with ceviche and tiradito as well as nigiri and sashimi; preparation is visible in an open kitchen. Breakfast is included — tropical fruit smoothies with pastries, continental or Dominican (bacon, sausage, fried local cheese and mangu — mashed green plantain — with quails’ eggs). Private dinners can be arranged in the Wine and Cigar Cellar or on the beach. Room service is available, but apartments also have kitchens.
Hotel AddressGansevoort Dominican Republic
Calle Bruno Philip, No. 5
El Batey, Sosua