Oceanview Luxury Villa in Gated Community
From $188 / night
|Per night:||$188 - $295|
|Per week:||$1,200 - $2,065|
Pets allowed: No
The villa has its own private, beautiful pool with a gorgeous and spacious tropical garden. The community also has its own private beach less than a 5 minute drive away. A walking distance to Sosua public beach, activities, restaurants, and night life, yet you can enjoy the peace and quiet of a residential located in a much secured, gated community. The community also features a playground for children and a tennis and basketball court. Residencial Hispaniola is a ten minute drive from Puerto Plata International Airport.
The community is beautiful, in the center of it all, but yet, strictly private with a feel of being in its own little paradise!!
Within the natural environment of Residencial Hispaniola, with its impressive number of mahogany and Caribbean palm trees, a cool breeze contributes to a pleasant stay in Villa!
AMENITIES INCLUDED IN VILLA
- Fully staffed administration and rental office onsite to make your experience worry free.
- Within gated community with 24 hour security
- Fully equipped kitchen with stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, blender, & toaster
- Fully equipment with all kitchen dishes, towels, pots/pans, wine opener, & cutlery
- Fully equipped with all bath linens & towels
- Daily maid/housekeeping service
- Daily pool and garden service
- Iron Board & Iron
- Washer & Dryer in condo
- Water Cooler with drinking water
- Wireless high speed internet
- Flat screen TV in each bedroom
- 55 inch or greater flat screen TV in the living area
- DVD Player
- Cable TV
- All towels and sheets
- A/C units in each bedroom
- Ceilings fans in living room and bedrooms
- Open living/dining areas with dining suite and living room suite
- BBQ on outside terrace
- Garbage collection
- Many green zones with community
- Private or community pool with loungers
- Within 20 minutes walking distance to beaches, restaurants, grocery store, & pharmacy
This area within the Puerto Plata region is frequented by North Americans and has been for a long time. With the famous Robert Trent Jones golf course in Playa Dorada, it's no surprise that North Americans are as attracted to the beaches as they are to the stunning seaside course with views that just might jeopardize your game. Like much of the island's beaches, Sosua Beach Dominican Republic is backed by mountains blanketed in lush tropical vegetation that create a soothing backdrop and a feeling of intimacy and comfort. The mountain base stops at a line of towering palms, complete with coconuts. There is certainly an array of larger hotels here, but not much compares to neighboring Playa Dorada. The area, first discovered by Columbus in 1502, is worthy of the legend behind it, and the praise it receives. The sand is golden, rich, and of a medium grain. There is no lack of facilities or services either, from simple beach vendors and huts to hotel shops and restaurants. Rentals, such as umbrellas, are readily available and sports equipment couldn't be easier to get.
The Dominican Republic might as well be entirely surrounded by coral reefs since there are so many beaches bordered by them. Playa Sosua is also a very good beach to try out some snorkeling and also some diving, both right offshore and farther out. There are resorts and hotels that rent out snorkel and dive gear, as well as outfitters who are happy to take small and large groups on tours. Be sure to check around for the best price instead of snagging up the first offer. Offshore snorkeling is said to be better than snorkeling by the beach.
Swimming along the beach at Sosua Beach Dominican Republic provides insight into why this beach is so popular. Swimming is ideal, except for when it rains, which is known to bring in unwanted litter from outlying areas. Sea urchins are definitely around, so be sure to be careful when swimming and snorkeling. They are known to attach themselves to the bigger rocks. Playa Sosua offers one of the best views on the island. Stand back and admire the backdrop of mountains, cliffs that hug the entire bay, and a seemingly endless coastline. The only thing that does spoil it for some is the endless pitching of products you might not need or want from the many beach huts set up over the sand selling drinks, snacks, souvenirs, and rentals of all sorts. It is easy to say no, but it seems that no is just not the answer that's sought, so there's a lot of extra pushing. Also, if renting loungers for the beach, make sure to bargain for the best price, a practice that is expected around the island.
Sosúa Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Dominican Republic and among the top tourist destinations of the Caribbean. Sosúa is located on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic, just four miles from Puerto Plata International Airport and only 15 minutes from Cabarete, the windsurf capital of the Caribbean. You can find first class hotels and resorts, great seafood and international cuisine, and excellent nightclub entertainment. The beach offers several attractions, such as sunbathing, snorkeling, water skiing, scuba diving, and live music.
There's no place quite like the Dominican Republic. That's because its history is the result of an unlikely mixture of influences. Nowhere else will you find a blending of European, African, and native Taíno Indian cultures. The North Coast of the Dominican Republic has been a top tourist destination for Europeans for nearly three decades. There is a very large expatriate community in Sosua, which consists of mostly German, British, American, and Canadian expats.
Sosua Bay attracts many water sports enthusiast, including snorkelers and divers, because of its sheltered, calm waters, diverse species of fish and intricate reef structures. In the winter, whale watching is also a popular tourist activity in Sosua Bay. Recently, naturally occurring beach nourishment has created a new beach just north of Sosua Bay, depositing sand where there were previously only sheer rock cliffs. The beach bears both the names Playa Alicia and Playa Casa Marina because of the hotel in close proximity that bears the same name.
There are several other beaches, Sosua Beach, which is a crescent-shaped bay protected by coral formations and clear waters for divers and snorkelers. Sosua's other beaches are Waterfront (also called cul de sac), Paradise beach (actually shifts on and off every several months), Playa Imbert and Playa Chiquita. Waterfront beach is only 7 years old, created after a storm around 2002. There is also sport fishing. A very large population of expatriots share their culture and mingle with locals and foreigners.
|Dec 31 1975||Jan 31 1976||$188||-||$1,200||$2,850||2 Nights|
|Dec 18 2015||Jan 05 2016||$295||-||$2,065||-||1 Week|
|Mar 27 2016||Mar 31 2016||$295||-||$2,065||-||5 Nights|
|Deposits: Upon reservation, a non-refundable deposit of 50% is due The remaining balance has to be paid 30 days prior to arrival or in cash on arrival.|
|Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa|
- 3 Queen Beds
- Air Conditioning
- Full Kitchen
- Private Pool
- Linens Provided
- View (Mountains)
- Beach Towels
- High Speed Internet
- Parking Included
- View (Ocean)
- View (Water)
- Daily Maid Service
- DVD Player
- CD Player
- Ceiling Fan
- Gas Grill
- TV (Cable/Satellite)
- Charcoal Grill
- Hair Dryer
- Coffee Maker
- Ice Maker
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Children's Pool
- Horseback Riding
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Grocery Store
- Shopping Area
- Gym/Fitness Center
- Whale Watching
- Basketball Court
- Jet Skiing
- Theme Park
- Whitewater Rafting
- Water Park
- Live Entertainment
- Water Skiing
- Amusement Park
Reviews for this vacation villa rental in Sosua, North, Dominican Republic
Very clean , new large flat screens in all the rooms. New furniture. Great location. I will be returning soon
The house is comfortable and well decorated. Very nice pool. Easy access and very private. Will stay here again in the future.