Villa V features six beautifully appointed bedrooms with a total of 3 king sized beds and 3 queen sized beds, a completely equipped kitchen, a large swimming pool and Jacuzzi, and all the comforts you come to expect from a world-class rental.

All for less than what you would normally pay for staying in multiple hotel rooms.

Good for the wedding ceremony, honeymoon vacation - separate beautiful master sweet for the newly weds.


  • Swimming Pool & Pool Deck

  • Lighted Tennis Courts

  • Ten Person Jacuzzi

  • Fully Equipped Kitchen

  • Walking Distance to Beach

  • Central Air-Conditioning

  • Living Room with Flat Screen Television 

  • Flat-screen TV in All Bedrooms

  • Gourmet Chef Available *

  • Cable TV in All Bedrooms

  • Access to Resort & Amenities *

  • Secured Gated Resort

  • Community Discounts to Horse Tours *

  • Proximity to Casino & Ocean

  • World Park Masseuse & Facial Treatments *

  • Surround Sound w/ i-Pod

  • Hookup Fully Stocked Bar With Bartender *

  • CD Players Outside / Inside Speakers 

  • Twin Backup Electrical Generators

* Extra charges apply

Puerto Plata

In the northern shore of the Dominican Republic stands the enchanting city of Puerto Plata. This well-kept secret is steeped in European and New World history dating back to 1502 when Nicolas de Ovando established a shipping base under the direction of Christopher Columbus.

Stroll past the magnificent Victorian gazebo in the Parque Independencia, and you can sense a time when Puerto Plata was a leading New World trading port and the Fortaleza de San Felipe protected the city from pirate attacks.

The history of this beautiful place is truly multi-cultural. Over 1,000 years ago Arawak Indians walked the amber beaches and hunted in the nearby mountains. Runaway slaves from the Americas often found safe harbor here. And in the 1800s, an influx of farmers from nearby Cuba launched the agricultural era of sugar cane and tobacco which still exists today.

An historic, galleried mansion houses the city’s Museo de Ambar Dominicano, dedicated to the Dominican Republic’s national stone – translucent amber. An ancient lighthouse, recently restored, harkens back to the days of massive Spanish galleons and tall ships arriving from the New World. Stroll along picturesque lanes and you’ll find charming galleries, gift shops and cafes tucked within Victorian mansions.

Overlooked for decades, this lovely coastal city is fast becoming a destination of choice of vacationers throughout the world.