Inside the 34 suites, the look is both fresh and European. Bathrooms have large tubs and outdoor rain showers and each suite has a sizable private swimming pool, protected from neighbors' prying eyes by conveniently planted foliage.
Suites come equipped with iPads which control the light, temperature, TV and sound, and there are two large LCD flatscreens with satellite programming so you can stay in touch with The Bachelor or the soccer or whatever your latest obsession may be.
Before the new restaurants, kids' club and poolside bar are ready at the main resort, guests can dine at the nearby Caleton Beach Club (view from its restaurant pictured here), which sits on a gorgeous slice of coastline where you can enjoy fresh seafood and get massages in an open-air palapa on the beach.
All you need to get there is the eco-friendly golf cart that comes with your Eden Roc suite -- it's a two-minute drive from your room to the water. The peace and quiet and the free WiFi make up for not being even closer.
Rooms start at $660 a night.
[Room photos courtesy Eden Roc at Cap Cana; Beach club: HotelChatter]