Rooms at Swell, Comfortable rooms at Swell Cabarete Surf Hotel

Stylish and Comfortable

Spotlessly Clean

Our Rooms

Sleep (S)well

After an action packed day with watersports, Yoga and maybe a few cold drinks on the beach under palm trees, it’s nice to know that when you get back to Swell there’s a lovely room and a comfy bed with crispy sheets waiting for you.

Swell Surf Camp
Swell Surf Camp Stylish

Stylish

Our rooms are simple and calming. Beds and pillows have been selected for superior comfort and we take enormous pride on our cleanliness. Mosquito screens at all the windows means you can keep your room ventilated, but bug-free.

Room towels are provided, along with dispensers for shampoo, conditioner and shower gel to help avoid unnecessary use of plastic bottles. Your room is cleaned 7 days a week.

Stylish

Two different room types

Package 1 - Per Person (Private room 2 guests)

PRIVATE ROOM + ENSUITE
Your choice of 2x Single beds
or 1x large Kingsize bed

Our private rooms are equipped with:

  • Large quiet ceiling fan
  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Safe
  • Double Glazed windows
  • Air conditioning
Package 1 - Per person in a shared room

SHARED ROOM + ENSUITE
1 x bed in a mixed, shared room
with 3 other people

Our shared rooms are equipped with:

  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Individual small safe
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Not included: A/C must be paid for and agreed by all occupants
Ensuite Bathroom

Ensuite Bathroom

Toilet and shower for each room

Quality Bed

Comfortable Bed

Quality mattress with clean linens

Double Windows

Double Windows

Keep the noise out for a good sleep

Mosquito-free

Mosquito-free

All windows are fitted with moquito screens

Daily Maid Service

Daily Maid Service

Every day Swell staff will clean your room

Powerful Fan

Powerful Fan

Keep the air moving for a good night's sleep

Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning

Sleep in comfort at the right temperature (private rooms)

Double Beds

Your choice of Bed

You can choose; 1 king or 2 single beds in private rooms

In-Room Safe

In-Room Safe

Lock your passport and valuables away

IS THERE A HAIRDRYER IN MY ROOM?

No, please bring your own, with a US-style adaptor

WILL THERE BE TOILETRIES IN MY ROOM?

Yes, to prevent as much use of plastic bottles as possible, we have dispensers for shampoo, conditioner and body-wash.

ARE TOWELS AND SHEETS PROVIDED?

Yes, sheet are provided & we provide white room towels for use in the room, blue and white striped pool towels and blue beach towels.

DO YOU HAVE MOSQUITO NETS IN YOUR ROOMS?

No, this is not necessary as our rooms are generally bug-free. Windows of all the rooms have mosquito screens and as long as you don’t leave your door open (especially as dusk) your room won’t have mosquitos in residence with you. Our location is almost always breezy, so mosquitos tend not to be a problem for most of the year.

DO THE ROOMS HAVE A/C?

Yes, all the private rooms are fitted with A/C and careful use of it is included in your stay. You must never leave the A/C switched on when you are not in your room, nor use it with the windows or doors left open. Swell surf camp reserves the right to charge additional fees for A/C when it is used improperly. Shared dorm rooms cannot use the A/C unless it is agreed by all occupants: an additional charge of $8 USD per night will be divided between the occupants and added to your account at Swell.

DO ALL THE ROOMS HAVE AN ENSUITE BATHROOM?

Yes all rooms have an en suite bathroom.

DO THE ROOMS HAVE A FRIDGE?

No, the rooms at our surf camp don’t have a fridge.

DO THE ROOMS HAVE A SAFE?

Yes all rooms have a safe, so you can put money, passport or other valuable items locked away.

The dorm rooms have 4 individual small safe’s, 1 for each guest

ABOUT SWELL

About Swell :

After living in the Dominican Republic for 8 years and loving the great outdoor watersport lifestyle, Jeroen (from the Netherlands) and Clare (for the UK) decided it was time to share their knowledge of the Dominican Republic all that this stunning country has to offer with visitors from around the world.

Clare and Jeroen were already familiar with surf retreats, resorts and surf camps in many different countries and having had to stay in some very ordinary surf hotel accommodation in their quest for great surfing waves, they knew that there was something missing in the surf  market; a place which was still social, but offering better quality accommodation, great food, nicer beds, cleaner rooms: A stylish, luxury surf retreat. They set about designing the kind of place they would want to stay in themselves.

So they hired a renowned Swiss architect for one purpose: to come up with the world’s first purpose-built, luxury surf retreat/  resort.

Since opening in winter 2009/2010 Swell surf instructors have taught 1000’s of people how to surf in a safe, fun and structured manner. Since opening, Swell has won multiple awards and has 100’s of excellent reviews from happy guests. Swell continues to be one of the top destinations for couples, groups and solo travellers to go to as the #1 luxury surf holiday.

It’s not just surfing on offer at Swell; You can learn to kitesurf, take yoga classes, go horse riding on the beach or in the mountains and enjoy some truly spectacular outdoor adventure trips like canyoning for example.

Swell offers package surf holidays that take all the hassle out of the planning, with airport transfers, transport to the beach and much more, so all Swell guests can enjoy a stress free holiday right from the start. You just have to book your flights, and they will take care of the rest!

With great food being such an important part of anyone’s surf vacation, Swell delivers there too; with superb home cooked food at the camp and on the evenings when guests go out to dinner, a large choice of restaurants offering a comprehensive choice of dining are all within a few minutes walk.

Have a look and see what a typical action packed adventure day with the best surf vacation for beginners in Central America is like.


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  • Think of Swell as the anti-surf camp. There’s plenty of surfing, of course, but the similarities to other camps end there. For starters, the rooms are stylish — more boutique hotel than reggae-loving surfer digs. Then there are the legendary breakfasts (omelettes, pancakes and crepes, fresh-squeezed orange juice, and fruit bowls). Structured lessons take place each morning, with an instructor alongside you and the head surf coach watching from shallow water, ready to offer tips between rides.”

     

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  • “The Dominican Republic has it all!”

    We hope you will join us on a Caribbean Surf Holiday in the Dominican Republic.

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