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The Lifestyle Haciendia Resort is a concept geared towards the very discerning leisure traveler creating a truly rewarding experience. While allowing a service level as comprehensive as guests want it. Lifestyles Hacienda Resort is located on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic, in the secluded bay of Cofresi Beach, surrounded by mountain ranges, lush tropical vegetation and the sparkling silvery hues of the ocean. Crown Villas offer a unique difference from other luxury travel experiences. They are a collection of private villas and residences offered exclusively for a personal  experience. Each villa offers unique features and services such as private pool, superb beachfront location and dedicated personal staff to pamper you.
Lifestyle Hacienda Resorts high standards of services and features exceed itself at Crown Villas.
Every comfort and luxury has been considered to make a Villa vacation experience the most relaxing, exclusive and unique you have ever enjoyed.
• The Resort is located on Cofresi Beach
• 10 minutes from downtown Puerto Plata city.
• 5 minutes from Ocean World Adventure Park, Casino &  30 minutes from Puerto Plata’s International Airport

Food and Beverage included :   All meals covered (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner available in several restaurants of your choice , many require reservations)

A la Carte dinning at specialty restaurants & bars { reservation required with some }  Daytime and late snacks at bars are available and  Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks (including beer, spirits, cocktails, house wine with meals, juices and soft drinks obtained at bars and specialty grills) 

  • Daily activities program
  • Introductory scuba lesson in pool
  • Non-motorized watersports
  • Gym
  • Night entertainment
  • Amphitheater with shows
  • Admission to Disco (drinks not included)
  • Kid’s Club
  • Tennis daytime
  • Use of bicycles
  • Privileged use of all restaurants, bars and facilities
  • Shuttle service in resorts
  • Los Mangos Executive Golf Course: 9 hole 

The Tropical Section
Spacious guest rooms. All rooms feature: Air conditioning; Ceiling fan; Direct dial telephone; Cable TV; Safe rental; Balcony or terrace; Coffee Maker; Iron and ironing board; Radio-Alarm clock; Private bathroom; Hair dryer; Mini-fridge; Two Queen size beds or one King size bed.

The Residence Suites
One-bedroom and two-bedroom spacious and comfortable suites distributed in twelve 3- story buildings with garden, mountain or pool view, each equipped with: Living room with fully equipped kitchenette and dining area; One or two private bedrooms and bathrooms; Air Conditioning; Ceiling fan in living; Direct Dial Telephone; Cable TV; Safe rental; Coffee Maker; Iron and ironing board; Radio-Alarm clock; Large balcony or terrace; Hair
dryer; Mini-fridge; One King size bed.

The Presidential Suites
One-bedroom and two-bedroom spacious and comfortable suites distributed in nine 3- story buildings with garden, mountain or pool view, each equipped with: Living room with fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee maker and blender. Dining area with pull down Murphy bed; One or two private bedrooms; Private bathrooms; Air Conditioning; Ceiling fan in living; Direct Dial Telephone; Cable TV; Safe;
Coffee Maker; Iron and ironing board; Radio-Alarm clock; Large balcony or terrace; Hair dryer; One king size bed in one bedroom and two queen size beds in the other bedroom, Flat screen TV in living and bedrooms, jetted tub in each bedroom.  Very striking and modern accommodations

The Royal Suites
Deluxe and Standard One and Two Bedroom Suites features a king-sized bed in the master bedroom, separate dining and living room areas, a pullout full-size sofa bed, central air conditioning, flat screen TV, ceiling fans, cedar closet, large terrace or balcony and a full kitchen or kitchenette.

The Cofresi Palm Section                                                                                      18 exclusive adult only Spa Suites, 208 Standard Family Friendly rooms, 180 Oceanside rooms in a mix of king and queen beds. Please see individual room type specifications for details.

The Crown Villas ~ for the ultimate in Caribbean elegance and luxury.           We offer the Lifestyle Crown Villas. Private 3 to 6 bedroom villas, each with its own private swimming pool and yard. Each room comes with King or Queen bed and bathroom, there is a full Kitchen and Living Room , Dining area as well as other unique features and rooms to the villas. There are few places in the world that you will find a private villa with private yard and pool located in an all-inclusive resort ,and are affordable

Wi Fi Now available!!   Conference and meeting facilities available,  Wedding Coordinator,  Water Sport Center Ocean World, Adventure Park, Casino & Marina Golf courses nearby: Los Mangos, Playa Dorada and Playa Grande Horseback riding, Shopping, arcade, Tennis clinics and night play, Internet Café, Metamorphosis Full service Spa, Babysitter services (reservation required) Beauty salon, Car rental, Laundry services, Logo Shop & Excursion Center On site as well as medical services 24 hours. 

General Dominican Republic Information

US and Canadian citizens are required a valid passport along with a valid photo-bearing official document (driver’s license or voter’s registration). Minors may enter with their passport. A tourist card (US$10.00) must be purchased at select Dominican consulates, at airline counters abroad, or at the airport upon arrival. Citizens of other countries should contact their closest Dominican Consulate. Visitors in general should reconfirm travel documentation requirements with the nearest Dominican consulate or tourism office.

The average annual temperature is 77 degrees Fahrenheit with August being the warmest month and January the coolest. Summer temperatures range from 89 to 95 degrees and in the winter, from 75 degrees to 90 degrees. The most usual weather forecast is partly cloudy. Rain showers usually last five to ten minutes

The country’s privately owned telephone company CODETEL, a Verizon subsidiary, and Tricom provide the Dominican Republic with one of the most sophisticated telecommunications systems in Latin America. France Telecom and Centennial Corporation are the newcomers to the Dominican telecommunications market. Services include international direct dialing, faxing, teleconferencing, electronic mail and videoconferencing. There is direct dial to the Dominican Republic using area code 809.

A doctor is on call at major hotels. These are stocked with medicine for the most common ailments. Ambulances are available, as is air ambulance evacuation. Emergency dental treatment can be provided if needed. Twenty-four hour pharmacies can be found in every major city. For travel health guidelines.

Appliances run on 110 volts/60 cycles, the same as the U.S

Spanish is the official language. English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. Knowledge of German, Italian and French is becoming more widespread. Traffic signs and most menus in restaurants are in Spanish, although menus in tourist regions tend to be multilingual.

Stores, banks and most businesses close on:
January 1, New Year’s Day
January 6, Epiphany (not a holiday but observed by many companies)
January 21, Our Lady of Altagracia Day
February 27, Independence Day
September 24, Our Lady of Mercedes Day
December 25, Christmas Day
In the Dominican Republic, the following holidays will be celebrated on the closest Monday to the actual date:
January 6, Epiphany
January 26, Juan Pablo Duarte’s Birthday
May 1, Labor Day
August 16, Dominican Restoration Day
November 6, Constitution Day

Other holidays Good Friday and Corpus Christi Day do not have fixed dates. Although most stores will remain open all day, note that it is customary among many Dominican businesses to work only half day on Holy Thursday, and December 23rd and 24th in preparation for Christmas festivities. This is important especially when planning a business gathering

The Dominican Republic occupies the eastern two-thirds of Hispaniola Island, which it shares with Haiti, and is the second largest country in the Caribbean comprising an area of 18,712 square miles (48,484 square kilometers). It is bordered on the North by the Atlantic Ocean, and the South by the Caribbean Sea

Though the country is 90% Roman Catholic, there are many Christian denominations, including Anglican, Baptist, Evangelical, Seventh Day Adventist, and Mormon. English services are held in some churches of the capital city. Santo Domingo’s synagogue holds a weekly service on Friday evenings at sundown

Year round the Dominican Republic is on the Atlantic Standard Time. Clocks are one hour ahead of time on the eastern seaboard of the US in the fall-winter and on the same time in the spring-summer. The DR is four hours ahead in regards to GMT time.

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