Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort! (Slime Sold Separately)

Warning: What you are about to experience are 15,987,235 photos of me in a bikini.

AHHH LAAAAAWD I KEED.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

We went to Nickelodeon! With two toddlers. To another country. The Dominican Republic. Punta Cana to be exact. We went there.

But not like, Nickelodeon STUDIOS. There was no Marc Summers present. But . . . the resort! It’s brand spankin’ new, and beyond stinkin’ luxurious. And totally kid friendly! And I stuck it all in my purse.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

This is us, on our shuttle ride from the airport to the resort, after being up since literally 3am. Don’t we look super rested and fresh and not zombie-licious at all?

Oh.

I cannot wait to show-and-tell you all about this place, omg. I’ll do my best to keep it under 97 minutes of reading time.

So, Nickelodeon wrote me earlier in the year and offered to host a long family weekend at their brand new resort. So new, it had barely opened. It was like a fetus resort when they wrote. Now it’s a toddler resort. None of this is making sense. Just deal.

Thing is, I was a gigaaaantor fan of Nick when I was younger. Obviously obsessed with Double Dare, You Can’t Do That on Television, Ren and Stimpy, you know. So it took me .456234 seconds to say DUH to their offer. And here we are. I mean there we were. Something like that.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

When you arrive to Nickelodeon, what do you see first thing? Why – a shiny, bronzy SpongeBob SquarePants, of course. Now, I don’t overly care for SBSP (That’s what I call him. SBSP. You hate me.), but I can definitely handle him all bronzed over. He’s like a Kardashian SquarePants. Sorry, Bob.

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This is the kids’ lobby, right off the main lobby. That’s how smart Nickelodeon is. They have a SE-PAR-ATE lobby (complete with child care!) for the kids, while you check in/out. And the kids get these awesome green slimy drinks while the adults get champagne and all is right in the frickin’ world.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

These are brass pipes in the lobby. I notice these details. These BRASS DETAILS.

You should know something about Nick resort. (I’m going to call it Nick from here on out. We coo?) So, it’s like – theeee perfect combo of luxury and kid friendly. I have no idea how they pulled it off, but they so magically did. They skimped on not a detail. Everything, from the suites, restaurants, the spa, outdoor paths, landscaping, swimming areas, shopping areas – everything, was so articulately thought out and so beautifully designed. I said this the whole time, “THIS IS SO POSH. HOW IS THIS SO POSH. YOU GUYS. STOP IT.” And the humble Dominicans just laughed at me, “We’ve been doing this for a looooong time, miss.”

(he called me miss.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Like, look.

Most of the suites are what they called a Swim-Up Flat Suite, which means you have a little back porch, and your own freaking pool, that joins up with all of your neighbors. Like that ^^^. Ugh. I loved it. Stuck it in my purse.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

All of the buildings are either white, an off white, or a clean light brick look. I couldn’t deal. I cried the whole time. It was way too pretty.

You think, “This is a kid-friendly resort?!” IT IS, YOU GUYS.

IT. IS.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Thaaaat would be pantsless Will. Upon arriving, we told him we had our own pool, and he dropped down to a diaper, zero shoes and just took off. He was speaking in fluent Spanish, too. I have yet to figure this out.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

This is what we did about 85% of the time. That’s the ocean right behind us. WE HAD A POOL AND THE OCEAN. (although I preferred the pool. You know me and alligators and seaweed and dead bodies.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Our room was second from the right. You can see me waving from the window!

Just kidding, I’m taking the photo.

Like, what if you could see me. How creepy and disgusting would that be.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Did I mention we swam a lot?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Anyone need a plumber?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

It was eerily peaceful at this resort. I think because two things:

a) It’s still very, very new. The whole world doesn’t know about it just yet (which means you should jump on it).

and b) It’s also shared grounds with another, more adult-focused resort called Sensatori. Both resorts are run by the lovely Karisma Hotels, eff wye eye. Matter of fact, the two lobbies are side by side, each elegantly emitting their own unique, luxurious scents and vibes. The tour guide (we went on a tour!) said that Sensatori draws in mostly the Europeans, the business folk. AKA: the fancy.

So it’s the best of both worlds, this little land of utopia. Super posh and manicured for the adults, but a whole slew of things for the kids, only a golf cart ride away.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

THE GOLF CARTS. Would you believe I didn’t get a single ding dong photo of the golf carts? They were one of the best parts! Will’s favorite thing about the whole trip. Anytime a golf cart drove up to take us for a ride, Will would run over in a fit of enthusiasm and seriously climb up on random strangers’ laps to get on board. It was super great. Especially for the strangers.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

More details. These are the light fixtures in one of the restaurants. I just thought they were neat.

That’s all.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

One of my favorite recurring design themes was their use of BRASS. Good Lawd, I love me some brass. And it was everywhere! All over the place. Light fixtures, wall decor, railing, door knobs.

Stuck it all in my purse.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

This was in a fancy piano bar, right after Nat was all, “Mommy I need to poop.”

I was like, “Getusoutofheregetusoutofheregetusofhere.”

(My plan is to go back and sing there someday.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Brass and white. Are you kidding?

Innnnnn mah purse.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Another restaurant. Every room had such different feels. We ate here our very first night. Aaron’s chicken curry had me weeping. I stole it from him.

(and stuck it in my pur- right.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Oh! On the tour we took a gander at their spa. I mean, you can’t even know. It was unreal. Plain fabulous.

A lot of it is outside. You get massages – OUTSIDE.

Dead.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Look.

Sob.

Repeat.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

This is what all the meals looked like. Me with an obnoxiously huge glass of wine. Sorry?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

They also have this tiny toddler pool area, which was PERFECT for our grems. Yet I still made them wear their floaties for the first 15 minutes in six inches of water because I’m a freak of nature.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

And I want 13 more babies.

I’m kidding, omg!

16.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

It’s too bad they couldn’t just RELAX ALREADY.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

So the landscaping was perfection. So manicured and pristine. These plants ^^ were everywhere! Of course I became obnoxiously obsessed. They’re called Sea Grapes, and it is my new mission in life to find them in Kansas City and plant 78 of them in my back yard. Aren’t they beautiful?

(you’re like, YOU NEED A TAN, HOMIE.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Ahhhh, the beach. You remember it’s our back yard, right?

It was our back yard. This wonky tree was walking distance from our crib.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

They had all these fancy day chair thingies, and I wanted to get in one, but I get paranoid about sea crabs and the police and jail.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Nat was scared of the water. (that’s my daughter)

Thrill Zone (Will) was desperately and eagerly leaning into the waves. (that’s Aaron’s son)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

I think we only have 96,274 photos to go. Are you hangin’ in there?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Ahhhhhhh. (it was hot)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

I give you three chances to guess what foot prints belong to which person!

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Okay, my feet don’t look like this in real life. I have the longest-ever toes, and they look like little nub wubs here. (I can’t believe I just said nub wubs.)

They’re IN the sand.

Wait, are they?! You can see my nail on two toes. What is going on.

OHHHHH I have them bent up! That’s the deal.

I think.

Wait, some are in the sand. Nothing is right anymore.

I need to reflect on life.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Only 64,206 photos to go. Do you need some water? Coffee? Absinthe?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Look at all those footprints! How many of them do you think have athlete’s foot? This is the kind of meaningless crap I think about, you guys.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

So they have a water park! The lazy river was my fave, only because it reminds me of childhood. And it has the word lazy in it.

It’s a simple park, which I dig. No long lines, or anything too high or overwhelming. Just a chill water park. Laaaid back. With its mind on its money and its money on its mind.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Run, kids, run! SpongeBob is on the loose and he’s coming for you! Ahhhhh! (sorry about all of that.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

TRIVIA: Do you remember the nose?! Name that show.

They also have a whole sliming station, and we were actually supposed to get slimed, but I opted out because a) I had just showered, and b) I knew the kids would lose their minds in a straight shawshank meltdown.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

#THEREISTHEHASHTAG

Oh also, at the water park they have this little kid area called Just Kiddin’. And guess what – you can totally HIRE A NANNY to watch your kids there, or in your room. We had one look after Will and Nat for an hour at the little playground, and it was thee easiest, most comfortable thing ever. Certified nannies, all super sweet and darling. I totally recommend that!

(Also, did you see my snap of Aaron almost spilling my wine? DID YOU SEE THAT NINJA GRAB OF MINE? You can learn a lot from a turtle.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Look how empty the park was! We went on a Thursday, and I hear it gets busier on the weekends. I prefer the quiet. That way I could go on the lazy river and not spiral into a pit of worry about my shoes and phone and towel and bag on the chair halfway around the park.

Do you worry about that stuff?

You don’t.

Do you?

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

THE PEOPLE. Those Dominicans, you guys. Nicest people on the planet. I truly felt like everyone there was genuinely happy to see us, happy to help us, happy to have us there. All such positive energy.

Totally dig those people.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Even with the beach just a stroll away, our own pool right at our toes, and an entire park of activities, this was our fave. Just us. Thinking about nothing. (except sharks) Watching Peppa (Daddy Pig makes me stabby.), and just being. (I’m standing in the bathtub.)

It was heaven.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

They’re way into doing the bear crawl lately. Complete with mini roars. Don’t ask.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

The suites are soooo nice. Lots of orange and turquoise. Classic Nick colors. Very clean, very simple. Plus you get your own mini bar holllaaaaaaaaa. (It’s all inclusive, yo.)

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Oh yeah, some of the current Nick characters can be spotted on the resort. We had breakfast with the Ninja Turtles, and I was impressed that neither of my kids freaked out or barfed on the spot. Those Turtles are nice, man. They like pizza a lot.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

This is the word Nickelodeon carved into bushes. Just in case your eyes don’t work today.

I thought it was cute! I was about to go climb on it, but remember the thing I said about police and jail and handcuffs and capital punishment? Right.

Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort in Punta Cana! / Bev Cooks

Aaaaaaand our one family beach photo. A kind Australian dude with a rugged face and his tiny curly-haired lover strolled up on the beach and offered to take our photo. I was like, “Oh no no no, it’s fine. I don’t need to be in it!” He insisted, and said “mate” a lot, so I obliged. And I love it. The billowed-out coverup makes me look 13 times my normal size, but I don’t rightly care because we’re all together, and we officially have our FIRST FAMILY BEACH PHOTO. (even if neither kid is looking because one is deathly afraid and the other is dying to get in it and swim away forever.)

And that was the trip! If you have any questions at all about anything, I’m more than happy to holla back. I would give the resort an A+ in somehow managing to seamlessly combine pure luxury with kid friendly. It didn’t shove KID KID KID down your throat. Instead, there was a somewhat quiet, delicate kid-friendly undertone to the whole experience. Little touches here and there. Would I do it again? Yep. Do I recommend it? Yep yep.

Would I go stand under the nose and yell out, “OMG I’M GETTING SNOT ALL OVER ME.” Obviously.

Massive thanks, Nickelodeon, for the smashing time! Let’s do it again next week, coo?

…hello?

*This post, and all of our travel is sponsored by Nickelodeon Resorts. But all opinions are totally my own, dudes.*

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85 Responses to Our Trip to Nickelodeon Resort! (Slime Sold Separately)

  1. Brittany | Words Like Honeycomb September 22, 2016 at 1:33 pm #
    LOVE <3 ....just waiting on my email from ole Nick as well...surely its coming........................surely. love how they have made such an amazing kid friendly experience that doesn't make you want to wear sunglasses 24/7 due to rainbow colors and earplugs because of constant noise and screaming. we don't have the kiddos yet, and totally look for adult only, but we could actually enjoy that environment!!
  2. Tracey Goldblatt September 22, 2016 at 1:46 pm #
    I love it Bev! You have a great eye for the camera pictures, plus the perrrrfect quirky sense of humor for the 'kid' inside of you! This resort is beautiful and you did a great job with all of those, like 97,000 pictures, showing the place! I did have to take a nap midway through reading it.......NOT! Thank you for sharing and doing what you love, plus being with your FAMILY that you love so much! So 13 more kids? In the spirit of 'kid' fun, I know that you would have the most beautiful Shoe on the block that you would call HOME! It's been a pleasure watching you grow your 'wings' and fly into your new world! Being a part of personal journaling of living a healthy lifestyle as a busy mother and a loving wife!
  3. Dee @ The Kitchen Snob September 22, 2016 at 2:07 pm #
    What a great place! Love it. Isn't it funny (maybe not funny) that brass is back? I remember in the 80s (old) that it was all the rage, and my parents had every fixture in brass and I HATED iT. Copper too. Now I love it.
  4. Shannon | Pass Me Some Tasty September 22, 2016 at 7:05 pm #
    Bev, I read the WHOLE thing and then held my phone up really close to my face when I saw the sandy beach palm tree pool spa pics so I could pretend like I was actually there. And then my kids broke the dream when they started pulling on my clothes saying "Mommy what are you doing?! Lemme see too!! Oh Mommy where's that at?! Can we go there too?!! Why not Mom! I wanna go!!" Yeah kids, me too. What a cool looking place! Thanks for sharing your adventure. I seriously can't get over all those empty lounge chairs begging for me to sit in them with a margarita in one hand and an ice cream cone in the other.
  5. Lizzie September 23, 2016 at 9:35 am #
    Wow love your blog but please be careful in describing the culture, language, and demeanor of the Dominicans. The language you used is so racist.
    • Julie September 23, 2016 at 1:03 pm #
      Yeah I noticed that, too. I'm sure that wasn't her intention since she (thought she) was being complimentary; it was probably more just her quirky, cutesy way of typing up her posts, but I must admit I kinda cringed when I read the part where she quoted them & mocked their accent. The whole point of this post was so complimentary of the resort & the people there, though, that I'm sure the slight was totally unintentional. It is good to be mindful of how we come across when describing other races, though, especially w/ all the turmoil going on in the US right now.
      • Bev Weidner September 23, 2016 at 1:14 pm #
        Oh I am SO SORRY if anything sounded other than the way I had intended. It makes me so incredibly sad if I offended anyone. I was just weaving a tale. Describing the incredible loving nature of their community. That was it. I loved the people so much, so I'm totally damaged to know that I sounded racist. :(
        • Cece January 25, 2018 at 11:48 am #
          Please, there was nothing offensive in your post. Nothing. The younger generation vomit out the word "racist" without a second thought for distinguishing the truth from the b*llsh*t. They don't think...in fact too many of them don't know HOW to think, and certainly not for themselves. I was with my niece recently and she informed me I couldn't wear a piece of second hand clothing from India because it was "cultural appropriation"...this said to me in all seriousness...while she stood there in her dreadlocks. Any attempt to write in a dialect or with an accent is, in their world, racist. The French laugh at us and how stupid we're becoming. They have good reason.
    • Bev Weidner September 23, 2016 at 1:13 pm #
      Oh my gosh, I am SO sorry if I came off sounding racist. That is my very last intention ever! My point was that they were my favorite part of the trip. Their friendly nature. The soul of that community, it was like no other! I deeply apologize if anything came out the wrong way. That makes me so sad. :(
      • Julie September 23, 2016 at 4:25 pm #
        As I said in my comment I really didn't think that was your intention at all. And a year ago I probably wouldn't have thought anything of it, to be honest. But w/ everything going on in our country this past year, I have become a lot more sensitive (maybe too much so?) to what it's like to be black in America & what our words & actions convey. My heart just really hurts for them right now. By the same token, I certainly didn't want my comment to make you feel terrible or ruin your day as I REALLY think your post had the best of intentions.
        • Bev Weidner September 23, 2016 at 4:34 pm #
          Oh, I completely understand! But I would love for you to know that I wasn't mocking the accent. I always type out (a ton!) of different accents, just to paint a picture. So you can hear it better. My heart was in the RIGHT place with every word I said. Again, thank for you the comment and bringing up the issue. I value all opinions.
  6. Carolyn Thrasher October 27, 2016 at 12:52 pm #
    Hey Bev! I'm a long-time follower, first-time message-sending-er :) Love your pics and sense of humour on your blog, Insta, and Snap...I'll stop there though before I start to sound creepy. Anyway, I'm trying to convince my hubby to book our family vacation at Nickelodeon because it looks so cool but we're not super keen about the Dominican from the last time we went there. Is there anything that you would caution me about this resort? I'm hoping that if we go because I forced us to, there won't be any reason for my husband to have to say "I told you so" ;) Thanks a ton!
    • Bev Weidner October 28, 2016 at 8:24 am #
      Nothing at all! We LOVED the DR, the people, the resort, how friendly and wonderful everyone was. I'd highly recommend it!
      • Carolyn Thrasher October 28, 2016 at 2:51 pm #
        We ended up booking it...so excited! The last Dominican resort we went to was nice and the people were friendly but the food fell a bit short. I don't think that will be an issue at Nickelodeon though. Thanks!!
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    I didn't think you sounded racist at all. just my opinion.
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