- The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace resort today announced it has been named "One of the Most Interesting Hotels in the World 2012" by Oyster.com. The all-inclusive property located in La Romana, Dominican Republic has been recognized by one of the leading hotel review sites for having the "Best Hotel Trapeze Lessons." The property is one of 29 hotels worldwide to receive an Oyster Hotel Award; the award falls under the category of the "Most Interesting Hotels That Will Get Your Heart Pumping."
Oyster.com investigators visited the Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace and found that the trapeze lessons were one of the most interesting things they came across in their global travels. The trapeze lessons take place oceanfront on the pristine white sand beach by actual circus performers for an intense core workout. The lessons are included in the all-inclusive price which starts from $132 per person, per night, double occupancy.
The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace and Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach resorts are located on the Southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic only 17 miles from the La Romana airport. Guests have access to Viva Wyndham's entire food and beverage selection, hotel and sports facilities and entertainment program. The resort offers excursions to the uninhabited Isla Catalina featuring untouched Caribbean nature and some of the finest snorkeling and scuba diving in the region, as well as to the nearby Altos de Chavon, a unique recreation of a 16th century Italian village, complete with artisan workshops, an archaeological museum, cobblestone streets and quaint architecture.