A reliable Internet connection is very hard to find in the D.R. At most resorts, the best you can hope for is a spotty Wi-Fi signal in the lobby or in a dated computer room — both of which are going to cost you. But if you need to stay connected at a beachfront resort, these are the few hotels that have reliable in-room Internet connections. How do we know it’s reliable? We’ve tested over 100 hotels throughout the D.R.

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Tortuga Bay Hotel

Free Wi-Fi and plug-in Internet is available in every room, and you can even pick up a signal by the pool and in most public areas.


Le Sivory Punta Cana By PortBlue Boutique

Uvero Alto, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

All rooms come with free, high-speed Wi-Fi -- despite this boutique hotel's incredibly remote locale.


Zoetry Agua Punta Cana

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Like the Sivory, the Agua is remote, but free and fast Wi-Fi is still available in every room.


Casa Colonial Beach & Spa

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

The hotel claims there's free Wi-Fi, but not every room will be able to pick up a signal. But the property provides a free hardwired cable connection in every room, and it works perfectly. In addition, the resort rents laptops for 12 or 24 hours at a time, for about $10 or $18, respectively.


Hilton La Romana, An All-Inclusive Adult Resort

Bayahibe, Dominican Republic

Wi-Fi is available in most rooms, but the connection is strongest in the lobby. Rates start at $25 for 25 hours -- yup, 25 hours, not 24 -- or you can pay $60 for the whole week.


Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Like its sister resort in La Romana, Wi-Fi service is technically available in the rooms, but you've got to head to the lobby for the best connection. Wi-Fi starts at $25 for 25 hours or $60 for the whole week.


Paradisus Palma Real Golf & Spa Resort

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

For $10 a day, the hotel will provide an ethernet cord and a password to access the Internet from your room.