Stay in a SpongeBob SquarePants Themed Villa Plus Enter to Win a Nickelodeon Hotels Vacation

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Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana by Karisma in the Dominican Republic is set to open mid-May of this year.

The resort has a ton of fun family-friendly Nickelodeon themed activities. You can get slimed at Nickelodeon Place, enjoy water slides and lazy river rides at Aqua Nick, meet Nick characters like Dora the Explorer at Character Central, watch movies at Orange Central, and kids can enjoy kids-only fun at the Just Kiddin’ Clubhouse.

Between now and May 31, 2016, you can enter to win a 4 day, 3 night family vacation at the Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana, valued at over $3,600. Five winners will be drawn after the sweepstakes ends, and will each win a trip for four people. Note that no flights are included, but as the resort is all-inclusive you’ll get accommodations, meals, drinks, activities, water sports, and room service.

Click here to go to the contest entry page, where you just need to enter your name, email address, zip code and country to enter.

Thinking of taking a trip there even without the sweepstakes? When the resort opens, it will have 208 suites along with a two-bedroom villa perfect for those who can’t get enough SpongeBob Square Pants. Who lives in a Pineapple under the sea? You do, in the resort’s custom Pineapple Villa!

The unique 1,500 square foot villa will be chock-full of Bikini Bottom decor and includes outdoor shower, private gardens, jacuzzi tubs, infinity pool and butlers that will arrange pajama or pizza parties.

Here’s a screengrab from the resort’s website

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Even if you can’t splurge for the $3,800 a night Pineapple villa (which accommodates up to two adults and six kids, or four adults and two kids), rates for the other suites start at $190 per person (kids are free).

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