After spending a few amazing days at TRS Turquesa and neighboring Grand Palladium Palace in Punta Cana, I was driven to TRS Cap Cana to experience this all-inclusive resort.
This boutique, 115 room paradise is very nice!
The junior suite swim up is spacious, very modern and has a great view.
Just like other TRS Hotels properties, you have a butler, complementary mini-bar, 5-star service and access to the Helios venue!
Helios, the Ibiza-style venue, is right next to the beach! The food and service at Helios is perfect. Everything at TRS Cap Cana is within walking distances, so no cart rides!
If you want to go to a bigger beach, just ask your butler and get a free shuttle ride to and from Juanillo, Little John Beach, only a 7 minute ride away!
Keep in mind that due to lower occupancy, several of the restaurants are closed, but you have a great opportunity every night to experience amazing food and service.
So far, I’ve had dinner at Helios, Izakaya, and tonight I’ll be eating at one of my favorites, El Gaucho!
Izakaya offers a menu of Asian culture that includes tataki, sushi and woks, as well as irresistible meats and foods cooked to taste and share!
If you’re looking to experience a relaxing massage, pool, and hot/cold tub, Zentropia is a perfect option!
The Piacere, “Pleasure”, coffee shop in the lobby has amazing coffee and treats throughout the day! I will warn you that the chocolate/raspberry mousse is addictive. I ate 3 in one day!
During my stay at TRS Cap Cana, I had an early morning tv interview with Channel 4 in Jacksonville. I wanted to take a moment to say thanks to Alexis (the incredible on-site IT guy), and “Nest”, my amazing butler for making it happen!
The number one question I’m receiving is, what resort is better, TRS Turquesa or TRS Cap Cana. I say experience both! They are both great all-inclusive resort experiences and since you’re in the Dominican Republic, why not!
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