7 Reasons to Rent Villa in the Dominican Republic in 2021
Each year masses of vacationers flock to the Dominican Republic to get their share of the sand, the sun, and the beach. The country remains a favorite among tourists who want to experience what the Caribbean has to offer.
For one, it’s beautiful all year-round and rarely comes up short when it comes to its natural wonders. Then, the white sand beaches are absolutely breathtaking and inviting. Wherever you go there’s no shortage of the things you can do – sunbathing, relaxing in the pool or beach, or enjoying a round of golf or tennis with friends.
Staying at a villa is an absolute must if you want your getaway to be as perfect as you imagined it. For large groups of people, such as families or a gathering of friends, renting a villa solves a lot of concerns.
The good news is that the DR has many interesting villas, from ones that are a step away from pristine beaches and the ocean to those that are set in gated communities and resorts. The moment you enter the villa you’ll be transported somewhere familiar, thanks to the creature comforts, the privacy, and the intimate atmosphere that comes with it.
Are you and your friends ready to rent an exquisite villa in the Dominican Republic and experience everything the country has to offer? If so, let’s begin!
1. Close proximity to the beach
For a majority of people, the reason why they want a villa for rent in the Dominican Republic is because of its close proximity to the beach. One step – and there’s the beach. Nothing says vacation and total R&R than waking up in the morning, drinking a cup of coffee or tea and stepping out to the balcony… and into a warm and welcoming beach!
You can inhale the fresh ocean air, let the sand get in-between your toes, and absorb the ground’s energy. Depending on the time of day, you and your friends can set up a bonfire, grill some food, play a sport, build sandcastles, swim, or just lap up the sun’s rays. The Dominican Republic has several beaches that’s sure to make your day, including Juanillo Beach, Los Corales, and Bavaro. For all of them, there’s a villa you can rent.
Hate having to get into a car or taking a 15 to 30-minute walk just to get to the sand? Why not make it easier for you and your group and have the beach come to you? All this is possible when you book a few nights at the Caleton Beach Villa, Sotogrande Condo or the Oreuga Sea Villa.
2. All the creature comforts you can ask for
Vacationing in the Dominican Republic shouldn’t mean you have to sacrifice your usual creature comforts. Villas, by nature, are luxurious “home away from home” abodes that aim to please everyone, regardless of age or leisure preferences.
No trip to the Caribbean won’t be complete without a dip in the pool. It’s an absolute requirement for groups with young children, teens, and adolescents. For adults, having the option to sunbathe or relax poolside can be had with a deck and some comfy chairs. You can even get a tan and show it off to friends or coworkers when you get home!
As the sun sets the party continues. In a deluxe villa, there’s usually a Jacuzzi waiting for those who want to let out their troubles and aches and relax with a glass of wine or champagne. These hubs can serve a central function of bringing people together and enjoying each other’s company.
Wi-Fi and access to TV, as well as an air conditioning unit are staples of a good villa. Walk-in closets, grand bathrooms, and even outdoor showers are experiences you can savor while you’re waiting for the occasional rain to pass.
Need a patio for barbecuing and drinking cold beer? How about a private gym for working out? You can even get a round of friendly pool going or even a short game of basketball or tennis. A terrace can lend you some privacy while you stretch and do yoga, pray or meditate silently.
Now, compare that to a hotel and you’ll definitely want to stay at a villa whenever you get the chance. It’s like bringing everything you can’t live without while savoring the best of what the Dominican Republic has to offer!
3. No need to clean or cook!
Cooking and cleaning are an inevitable part of vacations, especially in large groups and families. But what if you could escape from those menial tasks and eliminate them from your itinerary?
It isn’t common knowledge, but most of the villas in the DR have maids as part of the package, and a cook optional. For instance, all the accommodations in Oreuga A5 or Villa Waterfall will furnish you with a maid and a cook (for extra) that can serve up delicious lunch, dinner, or breakfast throughout your stay.
Having someone to clean up after you is a benefit in itself. You will have more time to spend on rest and relaxation, whether sitting comfortably on the terrace reading a good book, cozying up with a partner in the bar, or enjoying the scenery. There’s no better time to pamper yourself with a massage and spa treatment to rejuvenate your mind and body.
There’s virtually no manual labor or chores needed, and you can trust the helper to do a professional job.
4. A personification of the Caribbean experience
Staying at a villa in the Dominican Republic perfectly encapsulates life in the Caribbean. It’s a perfect combination of luxury, lush greenery and tropical adventures!
The DR is world-famous for its beaches, golf courses, and villas. Golf enthusiasts can, for example, try the Villa Tortuga A14, which gives them nearby access to the Puntacana Resort and Club, Villa Moderna, or Villa Paraiso.
There’s not a desert insight when you set foot in the Dominican Republic, and villas are a reflection of that. Everywhere you look you’ll see majestic palm trees, greeneries, and gardens that give you a glimpse of paradise.
Temperatures are warm, and the beach beckons. You’ll have access to private yachts for fishing, cruising, sailing parties, and memorable celebrations. At night, there’s no shortage of bars and nightlife.
Usually, villas in the Dominican Republic are a stone’s throw away from the heart of a bustling community, with restaurants, shops, and places where you can rub elbows with the locals.
There’s no replacement for a villa when you want to get a taste of living the Caribbean life. After a well-deserved vacation in the Dominican Republic, you’ll definitely want to stay for longer. Or, go back when time or work allows.
5. Live like a King or a Queen
Again, the underlying tone with villas goes somewhere along like this – ‘I want the best vacation in the Dominican Republic, and I want to enjoy my stay there.
Luxury and villas go hand in hand. They’re furnished and designed so you can have every creature’s comfort available to man, with space and outdoor amenities to make anyone feel like they’re royalty.
Imagine rows of palm trees, gardens, and greens as far as the eye can see. 10,000 square feet is not an unusual size for a villa, as accommodations such as the Villa Blanca exist. With all that space you can enjoy a superb combination of natural and man-made pleasures, such as a terrace, a patio, Olympic-sized swimming pools, and of course, the Jacuzzi.
Couple that with freshly-caught seafood, a bottle of wine, and delicious meals from a hired chef and you’ll feel as if you’re transported to another time. Royal treatment and a villa as your palace? Check. Ready and immediate access to the best highlights in the DR? Check. Private pools and beach areas reserved for you? It’s all happening when you book a villa for your vacation.
6. Unfettered Freedom and Privacy
Staying at a villa makes a huge difference in terms of privacy and freedom. Here, you and your friends or family members are allowed to go anywhere you please, and often there’s a pleasant surprise to be had.
The relaxed and laid-back nature of a villa slows things down and allows you to see the sights and enjoy life at your own pace. They’re furnished with amenities to the brim, and there’s always something for everyone, but you’re not forced to follow a strict regiment.
Villas in the DR may be located within a gated community or a world-famous resort, but they come with privacy and are brilliantly located so they’re within easy reach of the beach or a golf course and kept hidden at the same time.
This is especially important for families and groups that want to experience an extraordinary vacation. A villa perfectly exudes that intimate atmosphere and charm you’re looking for.
7. Luxury and High-end amenities at reasonable prices
While there’s no doubt that the best villas in the Dominican Republic offer life’s pleasures and accommodation luxuries, there’s just one niggling question- how much can you expect to pay to get the villa experience?
Staying at a villa during your time in the DR will be one of the best moves you’ll ever make, especially if you’re with family or a large group of friends. That said, the value that comes with renting one will be worth every cent, and the memories will likely stay with you forever!
Now, depending on your group size, preference and itinerary, different villas will have their own set of pros and cons. It’s always a good idea to assign one room per person/couple, and maybe another for the kids. Choose a villa that has adequate rooms so you won’t have to adjust when you get there.
Also, think about how you’d like to spend your time in the Dominican Republic. Will you be staying out most of the time to see the sights and sounds? If this is the case, then you’ll want a villa that’s close to the heart of the city. If a day of golf, tennis, or recreational activity sounds good to you, then you’ll want an esconced villa set within a resort.
Now let’s get to the price range. A villa in Bavaro, such as Villa Paraiso is set at $2,253 per night. It has an expansive view of the beach and can accommodate up to 16 guests. On the other hand, a night at Oreuga A8-11 will give you a stone’s throw access to the Los Corales beach and is priced at $384 per night.
Need help finding the best villa for rent in the DR?
By now you should have an idea of just how much more you can get from your DR vacation when you opt to rent a villa.
The highlight of your vacation can easily be staying at one of the best villas in the Dominican Republic. The close proximity to the beach, the wealth of creature comforts, and the luxuries that can all be had when you and your friends or family members are just some of the exclusive benefits.
The only issue is to know how to find the right one that caters to your every need.
Budget is one of the deciding factors when renting a villa. The good thing is that you won’t have to pay extra for housekeeping as your group will be assigned a maid. Having a chef around is optional but well worth it if you want to maximize your time in the DR.
It will help if you’re familiar with your itinerary and have an idea of how to get to where you want to go. To this end, picking a villa in the right region can work wonders for cutting down travel time.
Amenities and creature comforts are must-considers in this regard. Ask yourself, “what will I need to make my stay better?” The answer may be different depending on the group dynamics. For example, children and teens will want to swim all day, so a villa with beachfront access and a large swimming pool should take priority. Others will want a pool deck, terrace, or patio where they can just relax and take in the warm Caribbean air.
You’ll know when you’ve picked the right villa in the DR when you come home with a smile on your face and can’t wait to tell everyone about your Caribbean experience!
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