Hi, so I have a question. A few friends and I are going to Puerto Plata for spring break in the Riu Hotel. Is there good night life nearby? Clubs? Discos to dance reggaeton? suggestions
Thanks soo much
Puerto Plata - go to Playa Dorada...there are several clubs, including a new one called Coco Bongo..the others are Mangu, Roadway, and Hemmingways. There are dozens of "local clubs" in POP as well.
Sosua - on the main street, Pedro Clisante, there are many bars and 3 big discos...many working girls, if that's what you're looking for
Cabarete - several bars and 2 discos right on the beach, all next to each other...younger sports-minded party crowd...sort of feels like a smaller Ibiza, or a little bit like South Beach...
All these require a cab or car, Playa Dorada - 10 mins, Sosua about 30 mins, Cabarete about 40 mins away.
not trying to defend sosua (yes i am) but there are working girls in playa dorada and caberete not just sosua...
try all the places out suggested and see what is to your liking....
As well as those mentioned there is also Pasha located in the RIU complex.
You are too far away from the spring break parties/action. You need to be in playa dorada or Sosua or Cabarette.
Originally Posted by Iwhat
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Originally Posted by stallion
The RIU in POP is a good distance from the nightlife of POP. Better to stay in Playa Dorada or Sosua. Getting back to your resort at the end of the evening might be a problem.
I assume that the poster has already made their reservations. the RIU has a dance club, smallish and limited to those in the 3 RIU hotels.
For this type of music you can go to Playa Dorada clubs. All 5 clubs play this kind of music. Don't go until at least 11 pm as the clubs will be empty. You received good advice - stay fairly sober and keep your wits about you. ALL clubs have "girls for hire" Be careful. And understand you cannot take them back to your hotel.
Taxis are available at the RIU and at Playa Dorada to get back home. You will have no problem getting around.
If you want local music, just ask and I will post a round up of local clubs in Puerto Plata area.
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