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Your Guide to Luxury Villa Rentals in Punta Cana

Punta Cana, located on the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, is known for its beaches — and with more than 50 kilometres of pristine white sand and sparkling water, it’s no wonder! But there’s more to this Caribbean getaway than just sand and surf: Punta Cana’s year-round warm weather, incredible Creole cuisine, spectacular snorkelling and diving, and bustling nightlife make this destination a must-visit.

Why Book a Villa in Punta Cana?

Whether you’re seeking seaside relaxation, fully-staffed, hands-off luxury, or a family-friendly getaway, booking a villa in Punta Cana with Rental Escapes will ensure a memorable vacation experience. Our villas are fully appointed and lavishly furnished, with high-end touches and amenities that will have you looking forward to time spent after a day of sand, surf, and Caribbean hospitality in your exceptional home-away-from-home. 

Luxury Vacation Rentals in Punta Cana

There’s a Punta Cana luxury vacation rental to suit every travel style, from large group getaways to romantic retreats. 

Punta Cana Villas for Family Vacations

Both grown-ups and young vacationers alike will appreciate the many family-friendly amenities at these three villas.

CHIC Mansion: A games room, hot tub, and private pool make this six-bedroom villa perfect for travellers of all ages. 

Villa Caribe: Guests at this villa have access to Puntacana Resort & Club facilities, including access to the Ojos del Indigena ecological park — a perfect day trip for families. 

Cocotal Mansion: This villa sleeps up to 24 guests, making it perfect for family reunions or large family celebrations. 

Romantic Villa Getaways in Punta Cana

Honeymooners and couples looking for a restorative getaway from the hustle and bustle of daily life will love Rental Escapes’ intimate, luxurious villas.

Ocean Eleven: You and your partner will love waking up in this villa’s master bedroom, as a large picture window looks out over Punta Cana’s tropical paradise. 

Villa Wyss: At Villa Wyss, you’ll find an outdoor, wood-fired Argentine-style grill, making this property a perfect escape for honeymooning gourmands. 

Beachfront Villas in Punta Cana

Walk straight from your villa to the famous beaches of Punta Cana at these beachfront properties.

Sirena Blue: Decor buffs will love this thoughtfully beachfront appointed villa, which was designed by famed interior decorator Patricia Reid. 

Pool Super Villa: An invigorating outdoor shower awaits you at Pool Super Villa for whenever you return from a long, relaxing day on Punta Cana’s beautiful beaches. 

Yarari Royale: This nine-bedroom beachfront villa features a long, stately outdoor dining table, perfect for al fresco dinners in the Caribbean breeze. 

Staffed Villas in Punta Cana

Sit back, relax, and let yourself be truly pampered at these staffed villas.

Villa Kayanta: A chef, two butlers, and a housekeeper — who live on site in a separate villa — are on hand at Villa Kayanta. 

Imperiale Villa: A personal chef will prepare all of your meals at this villa, while a butler is on-call 24 hours a day. 

Villa Palmera: In addition to a butler, chef, and housekeeping staff, this villa is equipped with security personnel. 

Punta Cana FAQ

What Should I Know Before Traveling to Punta Cana?

Travellers to the Dominican Republic require a valid passport. They are required to purchase a tourist card upon arrival at an airport in the Dominican Republic (the cost of a tourist card is around $10). Travellers from most countries do not require a visa to enter the Dominican Republic, however, it is advisable to check with your local travel authority to ensure that a visa is not required for residents of your home country. 

How to Travel to Punta Cana?

Visitors to Punta Cana arrive at Punta Cana International Airport. 

How do I get Around in Punta Cana?

The best way to get around Punta Cana is to rent a car, which can be done at Punta Cana International Airport. It is also possible to book a taxi in Punta Cana, but be sure to negotiate your fee before accepting a ride. There is public transportation in Punta Cana, in the form of buses (called “gua guas”), but these generally do not run on a regular schedule. For getting around near your villa, bicycle rentals are also available. 

Best Time of the Year to Visit Punta Cana?

The best time of year to visit Punta Cana is between December and May; between March and May, which is the off-season, may be more comfortable for those who prefer their vacations to be on the crowd-free side. The temperatures are generally a bit cooler during this period, and rainfall averages only around two to three inches per month. 

Best Things to do in Punta Cana?

With more than 50 kilometres of stunning coastline, you’d be forgiven for spending all of your time in Punta Cana on the beach! The area offers exceptional snorkeling and diving, and more adventurous watersport-enthusiasts can try parasailing or wakeboarding (note: jet skis are illegal in Punta Cana). Horseback riding excursions, ziplining, and 4x4 off-roading adventures are also available. Nature lovers will enjoy a trip to the Ojos Indígenas Ecological Park, which features a family-friendly petting zoo and iguana farm. 

Punta Cana boasts some of the world’s most beautiful golf courses, so if you love to hit the links, be sure to book some time on one of the region’s pristine greens. And if you love the nightlife, head into the city to experience some of the most bustling, energetic clubs and bars in the Caribbean. 

What Food to Expect in Punta Cana?

Rice, beans, plantains, pork, chicken, fish, and seafood are staples in Punta Cana, where Creole cuisine reigns. Be sure to try some local empanadas, lechon asado (grilled pork), and ceviche, and don’t pass up mangú, which is mashed green plantain cooked with sauteed red onions and apple cider vinegar. Adventurous diners can wash down their meal with a mamajuana, a beverage made with rum, red wine and honey, flavoured with roots, spices and herbs like cinnamon, cloves and star anise. 

What is the Weather Like in Punta Cana?

The weather in Punta Cana is warm year-round. The hottest months are June to October when the daytime high generally hovers around 30 degrees Celsius. During the cooler months, from November to May, daytime highs are around 28 degrees Celsius. 

Book a Villa in Punta Cana with Rental Escapes

When you book your Punta Cana Villa with Rental Escapes, our Personal Concierge team will work with you to fill your days with the perfect balance of relaxation, excitement and entertainment. Along with our partners on the ground at your destination, we’ll coordinate all the logistics of your arrival, your return home and everything in between. In addition, we’re available to make recommendations on things to see and do, places to eat, and anything else you may want or need while enjoying your stay. 

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