Set along the southeastern coast of the island with the turquoise waters of the Caribbean just steps away, this villa for rent in the Dominican Republic brings the tropical warmth of the island, world class service and indulgent luxuries together.
Built with two towering pavilions of marble and vaulted wood ceilings, the living, dining and kitchen areas are on the main floor overlooking the pool and gardens, and there is also a media/ sitting room and two large ensuite bedrooms here.
One floor below are two additional en suite bedrooms with space to accommodate up to fourteen guests. Ideal for entertaining and enjoying the many amenities, this is the perfect compound to bask in the tropical beauty and a little pampering together with family and friends.
The grounds are completely private and beautifully manicured with a central pool, an extra large jacuzzi and plenty of relaxing lounge and dining space.
Concierge and private check in services with all access passes to the beachclub, restaurants and golf course ($25 entrance fee per day), housekeeping six days a week included. Optional grocery stocking and private cook, spa and massage services and airport transfers.
Wifi throughout, satellite cable TV, land line telephone, laundry facilities, climate control kitchen and bath amenities.
The Dominican Republic boasts incredible cultural and natural diversity with some of the Caribbean’s most pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and a rich history.
The island’s capital of Santo Domingo is ninety minutes drive and dates back to Columbus’ discovery of the island in the 16th century, with the UNESCO-listed Zona Colonial at its center, and its miles long Malecon along the shore. At the far eastern tip, Punta Cana is a favorite and is less than an hour from the villa, while the island’s interiors are mountainous and lush with the Caribbean’s largest mountain Pico Duarte at its center.
The hilltop village of Altos de Chavon, a surreal replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village, is just a few minutes drive from the villa. Designed by Dominican architect, Jose Antonio Caro, and Italian designer and cinematographer, Roberto Coppa, the meticulous recreation was handcrafted by local artisans and serves as a cultural center for artists from all over the world. It’s atmospheric cobble stone streets, stone buildings and Grecian amphitheater are a hub of working studios in multiple mediums, with many shops and galleries where you can purchase their work.
Immediately offshore is the protected Isla Catalina with beaches, coral reefs and the wrecked ship of pirate William Kidd.
Dominican Republic, French West Indies. Nearest Airport: La Romana International Airport (6km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Warm and tropical year round with the rainy season typically occurring from May through October. December through April is high season.
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