Complete Guide to the Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana
The Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana is officially open and ready to welcome your family. Although delays in construction have pushed back a few opening dates on amenities, there is still plenty to do at this luxury, all-inclusive Karisma resort. Swim the day away in the waters of the Uvero Alto beach in the Dominican Republic, just a 30-minute drive from the Punta Cana airport. This is Nickelodeon’s first international property, but don’t be scared that you will find over the top décor and Sponge Bob around every corner. Nickelodeon Resort Punta Cana is tastefully adorned in white and gray with hints of Nickelodeon’s signature orange color.
You will need to pack the usual items for your Caribbean vacation, but sunscreen and mosquito repellant should be at the top of your list. To help you prepare, we’ve created a printable packing list that will get you down to the Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana with minimal stress.
I don’t know about you, but I find it impossible to decipher resort dress codes these days. Nickelodeon Resort Punta Cana is a luxury resort, so you will need to dress accordingly. Clean shorts and tops, sundresses and maxi dresses, cute skirts, sandals, flip-flops and swimsuits and cover ups are the norm. Dinner is elegant casual, which means you need to put an outfit on that you would be proud to wear on a date. Stilettos are worn, as well as delicate sandals.
Here is a sampling of what you might see (click each square to find out more):
Official dress code of the resort:
- Women: capri pants, dresses, skirts, pants, shoes, sandals dress
- Men: Long pants, shirts, dress sandals, casual shoes, stylish shorts or formal
- Children: Clean shorts and top (there is much more leeway with kids)
Difference between Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana and Sensatori
Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana isn’t alone on the property. Sensatori, another Karisma property is also located on the grounds, and it is very hard to tell where Nickelodeon ends and Sensatori begins. The basic difference is the color scheme. While Nickelodeon sticks to their signature orange and green, Sensatori leans towards red and blues. Some amenities are only offered to Sensatori guests (PlayHouse kids club; Nickelodeon guests will use Nick Place.) Both resorts share the main pool and Gourmet Village.