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 Caribbean reviews
"I had never been to Tortolla but I am certainly glad I decided to spend a week there! It was a lot of fun and all of the local Tortolla people were very friendly. Casa Luna was very beautiful with a great view of the surrounding area as you lounge around the pool. You can get to a pretty isolated and quite section of the beach with just a 5-10 minute walk. Casa Luna was also equipped with everything I needed to have a good time including a grill and snorkel gear. I really don't think you could go wrong with deciding to stay here during your vacation."Guest: ACC81 Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 26, 2014View listing
"I couldn't decide between three stars or four because the home was very nice but we just felt the description was off. First off, the house was very clean. It was fully stocked with everything we needed. The escort met us at the rental car desk and was very helpful. The thing we didn't like was that the two king bedrooms on the lower level are completely separate from the rest of the house. They have sliding glass doors with separate locks and an outside entrance. They are almost like two separate mini apartments. I do not feel the description of the home explains this well enough. We traveled with young children and did not feel comfortable leaving them sleeping downstairs in the evening while we sat up at the pool. Our only option would have been to lock the kids in from the outside - meaning they couldn't open the door to get out if they needed something. For one of the rooms we brought a baby monitor but the monitor did not work well upstairs. Also, it was just a nuisance to always have to be searching for or holding onto a key. We were warned to keep the rooms downstairs locked when we were upstairs so we were always having to keep track of keys even when we were "home". Second, the beach is all rocks and shells. Doug was open about saying that it was not a beach for young children but I thought it would be softer than it was. We really didn't use the beach at all except to kayak once or twice and went to the other sandy beaches. If we could do it over again I wouldn't bother to pay for a house on or near the beach and would just rely on a pool. Although, the view was beautiful. The house was very clean and it was close to Red Hook with restaurants and food shopping nearby. The island itself is very easy to navigate by car. We sent a shopping list in advance and had most of our food shopping done for us which worked out quite nicely. We did enjoy eating most meals outside and we spent the majority of our time around the pool when we weren't at an off-site beach. We rarely turned on the TV and enjoyed the beautiful weather."Guest: Debbie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 17, 2014View listing
"Our extended family of 10 enjoyed a week in this fabulous beachfront property! The house is gorgeous and directly on the beach. It is in a gated community with 24 hour security. The manager, Mark, was very helpful in answering questions and making our arrival seamless. On windy days, the beach is loaded with kiters and windsurfers from about 11am on...not good for swimming. However, morning boogie boarding was great and on low wind days the swimming was perfect! The beach is clean fine sand where you can walk out quite a ways before it gets too deep. We hired a cook for the week, Illuminada. She was wonderful and arranged though Mark. She prepared some delicious local dishes that we enjoyed tremendously. Ana cleans the house daily which was great considering all the sand we trekked in. Manuel did a great job cleaning the pool and the grounds. The house itself was in great condition. There are four bedrooms (two bedrooms with queens, one bedroom with 2 queens and one bedroom with 4 bunks). It was clean and well cared for. The only trouble we had was with the dishwasher and one of the air conditioning units...which were a plus for sleeping! The pool was perfect for the kids...age 12 and under. It is an easy walk to downtown Cabarete...a great spot for lunch or dinner. We kited, windsurfed, paddle boarded, zip lined, visited the monkeys, visited the local school with donations, jumped off waterfalls, went fishing, body surfed, built sandcastles, swam and walked for miles! It's a wonderful vacation destination!!!"Guest: Melanie E. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 30, 2014View listing
Jamaica Travel Tips
Jamaica Resorts Offer Easy Access to Breathtaking Views, Local Art and Relaxing Waters
Jamaica is a popular Caribbean destination that may be reached via air or cruise. There are plenty of sights to see and local traditions to absorb during your stay regardless of how you get there. Jamaica resorts offer access to scenic waterfalls, caves, rainforests and tropical wildlife, as well as local artwork, shops and dining opportunities.
Reserve Jamaica Resorts and Relax in the Sun
Staying in Jamaica villas means you’ll have the best of both worlds. You’ll be able to explore local natural wonders, then retire to one of the many Caribbean resorts for a restful night’s sleep. Enjoy your own private getaway on the beach, and nap in the sun as often as you like.
Rent Jamaica Villas near Local Attractions
Visitors love to tour limestone caves, waterfalls and even mineral springs near Jamaica resorts. Many of the springs are purported to have healing properties, and can be found on a simple hike through the local national forests and parks. Some Jamaica villas may also be available further inland near these natural phenomena if you prefer something a little more secluded. Many Caribbean resorts offer information on local tours and schedules so that you can plan your own adventure in the local outback!
Absorb the Local Culture and Rest at Caribbean Resorts
When you feel like simply exploring the local villages around Jamaica resorts, you can stroll along the shops and search for gifts and souvenirs to take back home with you. Try to find a local restaurant to partake in traditional cuisine for a special treat too.
Many items the locals are selling around Jamaica villas are actually handmade by island natives, so it’s not like anything you can find back at home. Don’t forget to reserve your space at Caribbean resorts to explore as much of this beautiful island as you possibly can during your stay!