This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent La Romana reviews
"My family and I just returned from an amazing week in Casa De Campo. The house and the staff exceeded all expectations. We had 8 adults and 5 children and the bedrooms were perfect. There were so many places to gather as a group both inside and outside. The pictures don't do it justice. The staff was incredible and so welcoming. We woke up to a wonderful breakfast every morning - Eva's an amazing cook. Jaime was attentive to our every need and the place was spotless. The owner help us will all the details from preparing a meal for us the first night we arrived to booking the tee times. I highly recommend this villa and we will definitely go back."Guest: Bullseye Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 3, 2014View listing
"This was the perfect place for what we were looking for! Golf, meals and lounge time for a basketball coaching staff from Tennessee. They all said they would love to come back again with golfing buddies or even their families! Isabel was incredible and the villa was comfortable and always clean. Thank you Charles for making this place available and for a smooth and easy process while booking. I also appreciate your heart for orphans in the Dominican Republic. I am looking forward to learning more and exchanging ideas!"Guest: Will Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014View listing
"I have traveled to the Dominican Republic many times and have to say this is one of the best times I have had. The villa is amazing, very tropical with lots of outdoor space allowing a nice breeze throughout the house. The bedrooms had air conditioning and hot water, which was very important for us. Annie, the owner, was extremely pleasant and great to deal with. Always answering e-mails and phone calls during the booking process. The best thing about our stay was the staff. Not only great people, but just top notch service. They were so accommodating, warm and friendly that they felt like family. The meals were absolutely amazing. We had made from scratch ropa vieja, a real Dominican breakfast every morning with fresh juices and the BEST desserts ever! Homemade oreo cheesecake and coconut flan. Yum!!! Overall I would highly recommend staying at Annie's villa. A memorable experience in every way!"Guest: Brian B. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: December 18, 2013View listing
"Lovely, well maintained villa. Comfortable beds. Beautiful yard. Staff is kind and helpful. We could get fresh seafood and coconut water by asking. Beach is beautiful, but it is 10 - 15 minutes walking. We very much enjoyed our stay."Guest: Katie Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 1, 2014View listing
La Romana Travel Tips
Best Time of Year to Visit La Romana Vacation Rentals
La Romana is a city near the southern shores of the Dominican Republic. Located in the Caribbean, La Romana has a year-round warm tropical climate. Summers are hot with occasional rain showers. Towards the end of the season, tropical storms do occur from time to time. The winter months are a little less humid but the days are still hot and the nights balmy. La Romana is a great year-round vacation destination.
La Romana Travel Tips
La Romana has its own international airport which hosts airlines from North and South America as well as Europe. The state-of-the-art facility is the island’s newest airport and there are daily scheduled arrivals and departures from most major hubs in the U.S. and Canada as well as from Europe. The airport is a short drive from most resorts, hotels and vacation villas in the area. This makes it a convenient point of entry into the Dominican Republic. Two alternate international airports are Santa Domingo and Punta Cana which are both about and hour away by car. Once on the island, you can rent a car to get around or make use of the local taxi service.
Enjoy the Relaxed Vibe at La Romana
Many of the rental villas in La Romana are spacious enough to accommodate a large family or group of friends. Multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, expansive living areas and beautifully manicured gardens will make you feel right at home. Golfers may want to stay in one of the many rental homes available on the world-renowned golf courses. Enjoy stunning ocean views from the pool deck and be a short drive away from the clubhouse to tee off for an early morning game. Most villas are luxuriously furnished. Many have climate controlled air conditioning and top-rate entertainment centers, so you can spend a lazy day or two in your rental home and enjoy the good life.
Attractions and Things to Do near La Romana Villas
La Romana is part of a popular tourist area which also includes the towns and beaches of Dominicus, Casa de Campo and Bayahibe. The Dominicus beach was the first in the Caribbean to receive the prestigious European blue flag status. This was largely thanks to the some of the premiere resorts in the area that took the initiative to ensure that the beach was maintained according to environmentally sound practices. This includes ensuring that sand and water pollution are minimized so that the pristine quality of the oceanfront can be preserved for future generations. Enjoy relaxing on this immaculate beach and watch the waves gently lap on the shoreline.
Bayahibe is yet another spectacular beach worth visiting. The quaint fishing town offers day excursions to the nearby island of Saona. Saona is a largely undeveloped palm fringed islet that has stunning beaches and lush tropical foliage. There is a small fishing village at Mano Juan where you can purchase handicrafts and souvenirs of your visit. There are many charter options to Saona. You can arrange a private yacht to cruise in luxury, join fishing or snorkeling charters, or bargain with the local fishermen in Bayahibe for a more traditional experience.
The Altos de Chavon Artists Village near La Romana is a fascinating place to visit. It’s characterized by cobbled stone paths, terra cotta houses, and beautiful coral stone fountains. The quaint town is filled with galleries, artists' studios and craft workshops. Take a leisurely stroll through the streets, chat to the artists and seek out that perfect piece of art for your home. The village also has some excellent restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious meal of local fare.