1. Q: Where is the Dominican Republic Located?
2. Q: Is it safe in the Dominican Republic?
3. Q: What travel documents do I need to travel to the Dominican Republic and how do I buy a tourist card?
4. Q: What currency should I bring to the Dominican Republic?
5. Q: Which are the closest airports to your villas on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic?
6. Q: What do I do upon arrival at the airport in the Dominican Republic?
7. Q: Does Caribbean Vacation Properties reserve flights and car rentals?
8. Q: How do I rent a car in the Dominican Republic?
9. Q: How much should I expect to pay in taxi fare in the Dominican Republic?
10. Q: What transportation options do I have for a large family staying in one of your luxury rental villas in the Dominican Republic?
11. Q: How do I get from the airport to the villa?
12. Q: How do I check-in upon arrival at the Caribbean Villa?
13. Q: Is it alright for women to be traveling alone in the Dominican Republic?
14. Q: Are Dominican Republic beaches safe?
15. Q: What is the drinking and gamling age in the Dominican Republic?
16. Q: What's the best time of year to come to the Dominican Republic?
17. Q: When is the rainy season in the Dominican Republic?
18. Q: I don't speak Spanish. Will this be a problem in the Dominican Republic?
19. Q: I will be traveling with a baby to the Dominican Republic. What do you recommend?
20. Q: Is it safe to drink the tap water at the hotels and villas in the Dominican Republic?
21. Q: Can I bring my pet to your luxury rental villas in the Dominican Republic?
22. Q: What is the Dominican Republic policy on visitors and drugs?
23. Q: Is prostitution legal in the Dominican Republic?
24. Q: If I extend my stay over the 90 day period tourist card?
Are the Caribbean villa prices on the website listed per person per night?
26. Q: Can a luxury Caribbean villa rental be booked for one night?
27. Q: Why do rates for each of your Caribbean villa have a high and low season period?
28. Q: Are there the additional costs we should factor into our expenses for our vacation in the Dominican Republic?
29. Q: Does every Caribbean Vacation Property villa rental provide a full staff?
30. Q: How is reserving a luxury Caribbean villa different during the holiday season?
31. Q: Is renting a Caribbean villa going to be a problem if I'm traveling with children?
32. Q: How do we pay for the extra services upon check out?
33. Q: How far in advance should a luxury villa rental be booked?
34. Q: What is the standard tipping policy in your Caribbean villa rentals?
35. Q: How can I pay for my Caribbean villa rental vacation?
Q: What do I do when the electricity goes off in the Dominican Republic?
37. Q: Can we visit a specific Caribbean villa rental before renting it for my Caribbean vacation?
38. Q: What is the maximum number of people allowed in the Caribbean villa rental?
1. Where is the Dominican Republic Located?
The Dominican Republic occupies 48,482 square kilometers, making up the eastern two thirds of the island of Hispaniola , with the country of Haiti comprising the western third. The island of Hispaniola sits more or less in the center of the Caribbean Islands - with the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas to the North, Cuba and Jamaica to the west, Puerto Rico and the Leeward Islands to the east, and South America to the south. The north coast gives way to the Atlantic Ocean and the south coast gives way to the Caribbean Sea. Back
2. Is it safe in the Dominican Republic?
Sure there are dangers everywhere and in the Dominican Republic as well. But the crime rate is relatively low when it comes to acts of violence, whereas acts of petty theft, such as pick pocketing) are common. However, act sensibly. Don't wear jewels that attract attention and don't wave your $$ around for everyone to see. Avoid walking in areas where there are no people around, take a taxi instead. Back
3. What travel documents do I need to travel to the Dominican Republic?
A passport or equivalent national identity document and a visa is required of foreigners traveling to the Dominican Republic. Citizens of some countries, listed below, do not need a visa. All non-resident travelers need to show a round trip ticket as proof of their departure.
Traveling without a passport
The Dominican Republic has signed an agreement with the US and Canada that allows their nationals to enter the Dominican Republic without a passport or visa by purchasing a US$10 tourist card. You will need to present proof of citizenship - either an original birth certificate or certified copies with raised seal, an expired passport (if photograph still clearly resembles the bearer), US naturalization certificate or a signed US voter registration card. As of 23 January 2007, all US citizens need to have a US passport (including the children) to re-enter the US when coming from the Dominican Republic.
Dominicans who are permanent US residents must present their US alien registration card, in addition to their passport, to return to the US. A drivers license will not suffice as identification.
When flying direct from the Dominican Republic to Canada, Canadian citizens can travel to and from the Dominican Republic with an an original birth certificate and a photo ID, such as a driver's license, that matches the name on your citizenship document. If you have changed your name because of marriage, you should bring certified proof of your marriage.
Why get a passport anyway?
A passport is the preferred document for international travel to the Dominican Republic. In these days of enhanced security considerations, travelers are highly recommended to go abroad with passports as their identification document. Note you will need a passport to cash travelers checks, rent a car, to make large credit card purchases, and sometimes even as a security deposit for equipment such as golf clubs. Carry your passport when you go into the city, in case you want to make a large credit card purchase or change a travelers check. Otherwise keep it locked in your safe and carry the Xerox copy. If you do carry your passport on your travels, it is always a good practice to keep a copy of it in a safe place. This will expedite replacement should it get lost.
Entry without visa or tourist card
Argentina, Chile, South Korea, Ecuador, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Peru, Liechtenstein and Uruguay.
List of those who can enter by buying a tourist card
The US$10 tourist card can be purchased at airports of entry. The card may be purchased prior to arrival at full-service consulates, embassies, tour operators or airlines abroad (the Admiral Club of American Airlines in San Juan may be able to sell you one, for example). A surcharge in addition to the US$10 may be charged when buying the card abroad, though.
Nationals from the following countries may enter the DR with a passport and tourist card – no visa required: Andorra, Antigua, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Croatia, Curaçao, Denmark, Dominica, Finland, France (includes Guadeloupe and Martinique), Guyana, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Jamaica, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Mexico, Monaco, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Russia, San Marino, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Martin, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Slovenia, Spain, Surinam, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos Islands, Ukraine, United Kingdom, the United States of America (including Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands), Venezuela and Yugoslavia.
All legal residents in the United States, Holland, Italy, Canada, Venezuela, Germany, Portugal, Spain, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, with some exceptions, may enter the country as long as they bear an up to date passport or national identity papers and have purchased a tourist card.
The US$10 tourist cards allow you to stay for 15 days. An additional RD$300 is charged to prolong the stay to up to 90 days. Thereafter, scaled charges from RD$500 to RD$15,000 (for five years and more) apply. If you will be driving in the DR for more than the 15 days of your tourist card, you will need to pay for an extension at the Department of Migration in order for your license to be valid, and the insurance coverage to be maintained. Keep the tourist card in a safe place, as you will need it when leaving the country.
If you plan to buy your tourist card at a Dominican airport, we recommend you bring exact change in US$ and a pen to fill out the cards. You may have to wait in a long line to buy the card but take comfort from the knowledge that you would likely have to wait for your luggage to be unloaded from the airplane anyway.
To request a visa
In case you need a visa and there is no Dominican consulate in your country, you should request one from the nearest consulate or Dominican Embassy.
Extending your stay
If you decide to extend your stay here, you need to visit the Migration Department in Santo Domingo to request an extension. You will need to pay from about RD$150 to RD$5,000 depending on the extension. The fee can also be paid at the airport upon departure.
Diplomat and government officers travel
Countries with which the Dominican Republic has agreements for diplomats and government officers to travel without visa are:
Argentina, Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, and Uruguay.
Traveling with children
If you will be traveling to or from the DR with a child who does not have your same surname or if you cannot prove you are the parent or the legal guardian, you will need special documentation. You should contact the nearest Dominican consulate for information on the paperwork required. These include a a notarized statement from the absent parent or parents giving permission for the child to leave the country of residence with you.
Note the Dominican Republic has firm rules in place to prevent international abductions of children by adults who do not have legal custody. Do not assume that if the child has a passport that everything is fine. If there is a difference in surnames, you should travel with a birth certificate that confirms the parentage or guardianship. Back
4. What currency should I bring to the Dominican Republic?
US Dollars is the most easily exchangable foreign currency in the Dominican Republic. The Euro comes a close second. The reason is that the exchange rate for US Dollars is extremely competitive here, making it a good transition currency. Other currencies can be exchanged, but usually a lower rate will be paid than if you had first exchanged your currency in US Dollar. Bring a mix of credit cards, ATM cards and travelers checks. Exchange houses pay the most for US Dollar travel checks. Next comes the US Dollar, Canadian, and the Euro. Back
5. Which are the nearest airports to your villas on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic?
The nearest airport to our luxury rental villas in the Dominican Republic is Puerto Plata International Airport (POP). If you cannot find a flight into Puerto Plata International Airport, a second alternative is Santiago International Airport. (STI) Back
6. What do I do upon arrival at the airport in Puerto Plata?
Upon arrival, you will be required to have all your custom and immigration forms completed and ready for inspection. You will also be required to purchase a Tourist Card for the Dominican Republic. Once you complete your forms and pass through the Customs & Immigration area, you will enter the luggage pickup area. Get your luggage and proceed outside the terminal building. Look for a transportation host with your “Name Sign” or someone wearing a Caribbean Vacation Properties T-Shirt. You will be taken directly to your rental villa. Back
7. Does Caribbean Vacation Properties reserve flights and car rentals?
Caribbean Vacation Properties has partnered itself with several travel agency consortiums that will gladly assist you with your flight reservations. You may also contact your local travel agent. The Caribbean Vacation Properties Concierge team will work with each client several weeks prior to their arrival to gather flight details, arrange airport transfers, book a car rental, and have food delivered to your luxury Caribbean villa rental. Back
8. How do I rent a car in the Dominican Republic?
We strongly suggest arranging a rental car prior to arrival to the Dominican Republic. There are several mayor rental companies such as Hertz, Alamo, Avis, etc, located at the Puerto Plata airport terminal. If you cannot reserve a car in advance or would like to have us do it for you, our travel host will be happy to assist you in securing a car prior to your arrival in the Dominican Republic. We can also arrange for a private car & driver, or taxi airport pick up. Back
9. How much should I expect to pay in taxi fare in the Dominican Republic?
Taxi fares at the airport are posted and regulated by the Ministry of Tourism. This, however, applyes only to taxis with permits and not to private drivers. You will want to make sure to get a taxi with a "Taxi de Turismo" logo on the side of the door. Most are air conditioned vans.
The 2008 taxi fare schedule dictates that a taxi van which accomodates 7 people plus luggage will cost $60.00 USD from Puerto Plata International to downtown Puerto Plata (30 minutes away) Prices are subject to change without notice, but this should serve as a price guide. Back
10. What options do I have if I'm traveling with a large family to the Dominican Republic?
Our Concierge can arrange a mini-bus for up to 25 people. They can also arrange multiple vans, taxis or even a private airplane charter. Back
11. How do I get from the airport to my villa rental?
You have several options: (1) we can arrange roundtrip transfers with our own VIP Airport Transfer Service. (2) You can take a local taxi. (3) You can rent a car at the airport. Back
12. How do I check-in upon arrival at the Caribbean Villa?
You do not have to worry about checking in at a hotel reception desk. You are important to us, and your villa will be ready and waiting for you. Upon arrival, we encourage our guests to relax and get acquainted with the villa and the private villa grounds. If you elected to rent one of the Cofresi Villas, you can take a walk around the resort complex, visit the beach, pop into the numerous restaurants & bars located on our resort property or just have a snack, something to drink and take a dip in your own private pool. Leave your stress & worries at the airport and start your vacation by enjoying your first day in the Dominican Republic. Back
13. Is it alright for women to be traveling alone?
The Vice President of the Dominican Republic is a woman, and you will find women in executive positions throughout most businesses in the country. While machismo is alive and well in the barrios and rural communities, middle class and up women have as much to say as the men in their homes and jobs. Note that more women graduate from university then men in the DR. Women traveling alone will not have any problems. Unless you dress very provocatively, the most you will get is a compliment here and there from an admiring Dominican male. Chivalry is alive and well in the DR. Use common sense and you will enjoy your vacation just as you would anywhere else in the world. Back
14. Are Dominican Beaches safe?
Some beaches are children-friendly, others have big waves, strong undertow and rocks. When in doubt, stick to the shore. The same rules apply here as do anywhere else in the world. Do not take a windsurf or sail boat out if you have just finished eating. Don't go out swimming alone. Don't bring your valuables to the beach. Don't leave anything you can't afford to lose on the beach when going off for a swim. Many a tourist has fallen asleep to discover their airline ticket or camera is missing. These are just some common sense tips that apply to any part of the world. Back
15. What is the drinking and gamling age?
The drinking and gambling age is 18 years old. While lax in the past, increasingly the authorities are enforcing a ban on serving alcoholic beverages to minors. Many discos, especially in Santo Domingo, will ask to see an ID if you do not look 18. The same will happen in the casinos. Back
16. What's the best time of year to come?
The peak travel seasons to and from the DR are July-August (most travel) and the months of December, January, February and March. This reflects the vacation periods of Europeans and North Americans. Note that the weather varies only a few degrees upwards and downwards in the Dominican Republic, with the summer months being slightly hotter, so any time is just as fine. Try to avoid the peaks of domestic travel, primarily Easter Week and the long weekend holidays, if possible, when the major resorts will be full to the hilt. Back
17. When is the rainy season?
Anyone who tells you there is a rainy season in the DR hasn’t lived here. It rains more frequently in the North Coast than in the South. The East Coast is the driest. But aside from that the weather in the DR is relatively stable. Only very occasionally will a storm be passing by that will bring more than an afternoon of rain. The most common forecast is: partly cloudy with a chance of short showers. The El Niño and La Niña currents bring longer periods of drought and rain. But aside from that, bring your sun block as chances are the sun will be shining strong. Back
18. I don't speak Spanish. Will this be a problem?
Thousands of people visit the DR every year without knowing any Spanish at all. If you at least know English, you should be able to get along fine. But if neither English nor Spanish is your language, don't worry, be happy.
If you are just coming on a holiday you will be surprised how far a smile and sign language and pointing will get you a long way.
If you are coming for business, it is most probable your host will have someone who can communicate with you in your language, if he doesn't do so himself.
As with traveling anywhere, picking up a key phrases in Spanish (like "por favor"-please, "gracias"-thank you, will bring many smiles and extra efforts to help you out.
Most resorts will have someone speaking English. Many resorts have multi-lingual staff. If you are coming with a large group, there surely will be staff fluent in your language to assist you. The best advice is to relax and be patient if you do not get youself across the first time. Laugh and have fun. After all, you are on a vacation. Back
19. I will be traveling with a baby to the Dominican Republic. What do you recommend?
Bring your baby down, she will love the DR too! Bring your brand of powdered milk and use bottled water. You can also get UHT homogenized milk here (Parmalat, Nestle and Rica). Also prefer pasteurized UHT containers for juice (Bon, Santal). Bring a first set of disposable diapers. If you will be staying for more than a week, you can purchase them in any city and many hotels will stock them, albeit at a high premium. Bring mosquito repellent for babies. Also, two or three hats and baby sunscreen. If you will be renting a car to travel with your baby, bring your own car seat. Request a crib in advance, all of our villas have at least one crib available. Back
20. Is it safe to drink the tap water at the hotels and villas in the Dominican Republic?
Tap water should be avoided unless it has been boiled. This means that it is perfectly safe to use for teas and coffees. You may brush your teeth in unboiled tap water but if you have a sensitive stomach I wouldn't advice it. Bottled water can be bought almost everywhere and all of our villas include bottled water. Back
21. Can I bring my pet to your luxury villa rentals in the Dominican Republic?
It's easy to travel with a dog or cat to the Dominican Republic. But do not bring a bird as the bird needs to remain in quarantine. To bring your dog a veterinarian certificate issued for rabbies and distemper in the past 30 days of the travel date is required. At the airport in the DR you should ask for the animal control person (Sanidad Animal) in the customs area. He will examine your certificate and fill out an official entry form or permission for which you will pay less than US$10. Prior to traveling with your pet, you should call your carrier for more information and the cost of transporting your animal. You should make a reservation early because some airlines restrict how many dogs can be carried onboard. If you are flying on American Airlines make sure your connecting flight is not American Eagle in the case your pet does not fit under your airline seat. American Eagle will only transport dogs that fit onboard.
22. What is the Dominican Republic policy on visitors and drugs?
You do not want to bring in, consume or risk buying or selling drugs in the Dominican Republic. This is the easiest way to land yourself in jail with no bail. This could turn your trip into a nightmare. Drugs are not welcome in the DR and there are tough laws against trafficking and consumption regardless of the amount. Back
23. Is prostitution legal in the Dominican Republic?
Yes and no. It is tolerated but it is not legal. Having any kind of sexual relationship with minors (under 18 years) is illegal and those caught face long terms in jail. Back
24. If I extend my stay over the 90 period tourist card, what happens?
You have to pay a penalty. The US$10 tourist cards allow you to stay for 15 days. A scaled charge from RD$150 to RD$5,000 applies for longer stays. Keep the tourist card in a safe place, as you will need it when leaving the country. Back
25. Are the Caribbean villa prices on the website listed per person per night?
No. Caribbean Vacation Properties lists all luxury Caribbean villa rental prices per night for the entire villa irregardless of the occupancy or number of people planning to stay at the villa. Please note that the maximum number of guests per room is two. Back
26. Can a luxury Caribbean villa rental be booked for one night?
No. Although Caribbean Vacation Properties lists prices per night on each Caribbean luxury villa for your convenience, most villas have a minimum stay requirement of 3 nights or longer depending on the season and type of villa. During the high season months, a 7 night minimum stay is oftentime required. An exception to this rule is during the weeks surrounding Christmas and New Year's at which time a higher minimum stay is required and prices on nearly every Caribbean villas for rent will be higher then the posted high season rates. Exceeding the minimum stay requirement at any Caribbean vacation villa rental booked with Caribbean Vacation Properties by one or two days or one or two weeks is never a problem. Luxury Caribbean villa rental listings are priced according to the per night cost of the villa and length of your stay. Back
27. Why do rates for each Caribbean villa rental have a high and low season period?
Caribbean weather is beautiful year round, the difference between high and low season is simply price. There's a greater demand for Caribbean luxury villa rentals in the winter when more people want a Caribbean villa, therefore the price of travel is more expensive. A Caribbean vacation villa rental is less expensive in the other half of the year when less people are traveling to the Caribbean islands. Generally, the high season price for a Caribbean vacation villa rental begins mid-December and continues until mid-April. The low season lasts from mid-April to mid-December. Keep in mind that a luxury Caribbean villa rental will post special holiday rates during the holiday season. Back
28. Are there additional costs at the Caribbean villa for rent that we should factor into our trip expenses?
Yes. Renting a Caribbean luxury villa is no different then any other travel adventure, in that a Caribbean villa for rent can include additional costs. So that you feel more prepared for your travel experience, let us review some of the additional costs you might encounter:
Luxury Caribbean villa rental taxes:
A Caribbean vacation villa rental is subject to the tax system of the country in which it is located. This means that an additional cost of tax which is 16% will be added to the cost of the Caribbean villa for rent.
Caribbean luxury villa deposits:
Security, damage, or telephone deposits are sometimes required on a Caribbean vacation villa rental. This is not exactly a cost, as all deposits are refundable so long as there's no damage to the luxury Caribbean villa rental or outstanding phone bills, however it will account for some initial output.
Tipping at a Caribbean villa for rent:
Tipping is always a touchy and confusing aspect of travel. It is important to remember that tipping is always at the discretion of the traveler. If you are satisfied with your service received at your Caribbean luxury villa (as I am sure you will be with Caribbean vacation villa rentals offered by Caribbean Vacation Properties) a good guideline to be used at a villa is hotel-style tipping. If the Caribbean villa staff exceeds your expectations, a great tip would be roughly 10% of the rental price.
Food Costs at a Caribbean vacation villa rental:
A Caribbean luxury villa will not always include a chef; the price of food would then be at your discretion. If you have chosen one of many Caribbean luxury villa listings that does include a chef, haute cuisine with a splash of island flavor will be prepared for you based on the food they're provided with. Guests are encouraged to meet the head Chef and work out a custom meal plan and seating times… no one eats as well as in the Caribbean Islands!
29. Does every Caribbean vacation villa rental provide a full staff?
The Luxury villas of Cabrera, Villa Lazy Heart and Villa Cabofino are always provided with a full staff due to the size of the villa and services needed. The villas of Sea Horse Ranch such as Villa Atlantica, Villa Oceania, Casa la Bandera and Casa Piloto come with a full time housekeeper and groundsmen. Additional staff such as chefs and bartenders can also be arranged but it is optional. The villas of Cofresi, such as Villa Falco, Trudy, and the ones inside a resort that provide all inclusive services do not provide full time staff. However, they all offer a housekeeper that maintains the house clean, groundsmen and pool attendants who keep the pool and grounds clean on a daily basis and laundry services. Back
30. Does every Caribbean vacation villa rental provide a full staff?
Booking a luxury Caribbean villa rental during the very busy holiday season generally means that prices and minimum stay requirements will peak for each Caribbean villa.
Minimum stay requirements usually extend to 10-14 nights during holidays.
If you are planning on traveling in any holiday period we recommend contacting us directly to find out what conditions would apply to the Caribbean vacation villa rental you're considering to book. Back
31. Is renting a luxury Caribbean villa rental going to be a problem if I'm traveling with children?
Our Luxury Caribbean villa rentals are excellent for a family. For the most part, a Caribbean vacation Property luxury villa can make traveling with small children much less stressful and much more enjoyable; it's easier to keep an eye on your children at a Caribbean vacation villa rental than a crowded hotel. Back
32. How do we pay for the extra services on the Dominican Republic?
Extra services for a luxury Caribbean villa rental enjoyed in the island should be paid in cash, credit card, or travelers checks. Personal checks are not accepted, and foreign currency other than US Dollars or Euros are not accepted. Banks and ATM machines are located on island if you are not comfortable with carrying large amounts of cash for the week. You should arrange, however, to have some handy when you arrive to the island.. Back
33. How far in advance should a luxury Caribbean villa rental be booked?
Caribbean vacation villa rental properties are always booked well in advance, which is why we recommend inquiring as soon as you start planing your trip and reserving as early as possible. For reservations during the holiday season, a year in advance is sometimes required. This, however, does not mean that reservations are limited to several months before departure. Like in many hotels, sometimes a last minute reservation can be booked at a discount, but during the peak season months, this is not always the case. Back
34. What is the standard tipping policy in the Dominican Republic?
In the Dominican Republic, there is a mandatory 10% legal tip that is always added when booking a hotel reservation, eating at a restaurant, or purchasing any tourism related service. Back
35. How can I pay for my Caribbean Villa rental vacation?
Caribbean Vacation Properties accepts payments by Wire Transfers, Credit Cards, or Cash. A deposit totaling 50% of the entire rental fee is required upon making your reservation in order to confirm your booking. The remaining balance is generally required no later than 45 days prior to the date of arrival. In the Dominican Republic, there is a mandatory 10% legal tip that is always added when booking a hotel reservation, eating at a restaurant, or purchasing any tourism related service. This is factored in the total villa price. Back
36. What is the maximum number of people allowed in the Caribbean Villa?
Electricity usage is a common problem in the Caribbean and the Dominican Republic. It is not uncommon to experience power outages. Our rental properties are located in best areas of the North coast; all of our properties have some form of backup electricity. If the power goes out, just wait, it will come back or the generator will come online. Our rental properties do not experience the same problems associated with other properties in less desirable locations. If the electricity goes out, so does the supply of water, as most water is provided by electric pumps. This is one of the key advantages our properties have over others. Back
37. Can we visit a specific Luxury Caribbean villa rental before renting it?
We are happy to try to organize a visit of available Caribbean luxury villa rentals and arrange a meeting with our local representatives when possible. A reservation deposit may be necessary and is subject to rules of the standard deposit contract. Luxury Caribbean villa rental visits can be extremely difficult to schedule at times because of limited availability. However, with the larger, most exclusive Caribbean luxury villa properties, a visit request is certainly understandable and we will do everything possible to accommodate your needs. Back
38. What is the maximum number of people allowed in the Caribbean Villa?
As a general rule, the maximum occupancy of a Caribbean vacation villa rental can be determined by allowing two people per bedroom. A Caribbean villa for rent with 2 bedrooms, for example, would allow up to four guests. There are situations in which the quota for a Caribbean luxury villa can sometimes be worked around; if the Caribbean villa maintains hide-a-beds or trundle beds, or if some guests are children. Back