The Crown Villas are the ultimate in luxury and exclusivity, as each is a small estate home with sumptuous, private three and four bedrooms that offer guests a unique and exclusive vacation experience.
All of these villas are a classical Spanish Mediterranean style architecture, with red tile roofs, stucco plastered archways and distinguished stone columns with generous tropical gardens where hibiscus, bougainvilleas and other magnificent tropical plants abound. All have a private swimming pool, shaded terrace, veranda, kitchen, and a full private bath leading directly off each bedroom.
The villas are furnished with rattan, elephant bamboo and a natural Caribbean wattle work and are equipped with air conditioning, overhead fans, and cable television.
The Crown Villas are part of the all-inclusive Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Resort and guests have access to all the facilities of the Resort (excluding the V.I.P areas). A personal maid and an exclusive menu in each of the seven Resort restaurants complete these perfect accommodations.
All Villas are spectacular stand alone properties providing the easy relaxation of the Caribbean, with an opulent and elegant ambiance suited for more sophisticated living. Situated perfectly atop beautiful green hills or soaring sea cliff the Villas facilities are outstanding and include exquisite architecture, deep shady terraces, free form private swimming pool, fully-equipped game room including satellite TV, DVD, and selection of movies available at Villa Lounge, as well as fully air-conditioned suites, and much more.
3 BEDROOM VILLA (8 People Max):
Price per Night: $175.00
Special Price per Week: $1,150.00
(Special price per week will be applied once you submit your reservation. When we have confirmed your reservation you will receive an invoice with the Special price per week).
All Inclusive Adults: $85 (per day)
All Inclusive Children: $42.50 (per day)
*All inclusive packages must be paid at your arrival to the destination.
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- 11 All Guest restaurants for a la carte dining (Reservations may be required) including 2 International Buffet restaurants (No reservations required)
- 12 Bars for All Guests
- 12+ Pools Including Exclusive Kid’s Pool Areas
- 2 Entertainment Centers
- 2 Gyms with Exercise Equipment
- 7 Beaches
- Basketball Court
- Beach Volleyball Court
- Daily Activities Program for Children 4 to 12 years old
- Health Club
- Kids Mini-Disco
- Kid’s Club and Kid’s Art Club
- Life-Size Chess Game
- Merchandise store
- Non-Motorized Water-Sports
- Supervised Kid’s Club Opened Daily
- Teen’s Activities
- Tennis Courts
- Two Children’s Pools
- Various Shopping Areas
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San Felipe de Puerto Plata, Puerto de Plata, often referred to as simply Puerto Plata, is the capital of the Dominican Republic province Puerto Plata.
The only aerial tramway in the Caribbean is located in Puerto Plata. With it, one can ride up to Pico Isabel de Torres, a 793 meter high mountain within the city. The top of the mountain features a botanical garden and a replica of Christ the Redeemer, the famous statue in Rio de Janeiro.
Puerto Plata has a tropical climate with hot, dry summers and warm, very wet winters , due to its tropical location and winter’s cold fronts that gives it Mediterranean characteristics such as its usually humid winters. Puerto Plata is served by Gregorio Luperón International Airport.
Sports and natureWhen visiting Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic, there are many activities to do that the whole family will enjoy. For the sport-lover, Puerto Plata is home to: Scuba Diving & Snorkeling, Golf, Windsurfing, Kite-boarding and Deep Sea Fishing.
NightlifeWhen the sun sets, the evening brings more ways to play in Puerto Plata. Join the beach parties, listen to live music and dance the night away under the stars and watch fireworks light up a starry night sky.
Culture and historyThe city was designed by the brothers Christopher and Bartolomé Columbus, in the 1496 and based on the year 1502 by Frey Nicolás de Ovando. In its first phase as a Spanish Colony the town was considered the main commercial and maritime port of the island. In 1605 it was depopulated and destroyed by order of Fernando III, to hinder the advance of English piracy. The Battle of Puerto Plata Harbor, U.S. Marines landed on the island and attacked a French ship and Fortaleza de San Felipe. After capturing the French privateer Sandwich and spiking the guns of Fortaleza San Felipe, US forces retired victorious. This was during the Quasi War, an undeclared conflict between France the United States from 1798 to 1800.