The Playa Grande Beach Club is a resort retreat located on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic sitting on a one-mile long expanse of wild, virgin beach on the Atlantic Ocean against a backdrop of lush low mountain forests.  

The Beach Club is a collection of buildings and bungalows nestled on the beach, informed by traditional Dominican colonial architecture and filled with Palm Beach and vintage elements. The Beach Club is comprised of a Great Room with a dining area, lounge, and bar. There is also a library and adjoining upstairs evening bar as well as a lap pool at the edge of the beach with adjacent cabanas. The guest rooms, or bungalows, are nine separate buildings: six one-bedroom bungalows and three three-bedroom bungalows, available for rent.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily with a menu that showcases Caribbean cuisine and takes advantage of the abundance of local and organic ingredients grown by farmers in the area. Meats and poultry are carefully selected and fish is brought in daily by local fisherman. The Chef is happy to prepare dishes catering to special needs and requests. 

Playa Grande Beach Club was created by a group of friends and collaborators. They invite you to come share the Beach Club with them and enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, the spectacular scenery of the North Coast, and the charm and grace of the Dominican culture, people and local area. The bungalows are open and airy; designed to take advantage of the prevailing winds and light in typical Dominican fashion. There are filled with antiques, original art, vintage pieces & custom-made furniture. Each one is designed differently with charm and comfort as the primary goals.

Together with their partners at Dolphin Capital and Playa Grande Club & Reserve, the hotel invest in and collaborate with the local communities of Rio San Juan and Cabrera via their social responsibility entity, The Playa Grande Foundation (PGF). The foundation centers its activities and contributions on public education, cultural initiatives, public health, the environment and sports.