Villa Cynthia is set on an inlet on the coast near Punta Cana, and lets guests enjoy an oceanfront setting with only palm trees for neighbors. Plan to fly to Punta Cana Airport, a 10-minute drive from the villa, or La Romana International Airport, a 49-mile drive away. Once at Villa Oceania, it’s only 1 mile to Juanillo Beach, 4 miles to Caleton Beach Club and about 17 miles to Bavaro Beach and Playa Turquesa Ocean Club.
The interiors of the villa use stone walls, wood floors and paneling and wicker furniture for warm natural texture, while white and cream paint and upholstery add a layer of modern freshness. A vaulted ceiling and a wall open to the outdoor sitting area make the living room bright and airy, and the media room gets a cozier feel from gray tones. Each meal is a special occasion under the dining room’s unique crystal orb chandelier, and the sleek fully equipped kitchen makes even cooking a pleasure. The six bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms and TVs.
Take morning coffee at the covered outdoor sitting area and check email via Wi-Fi, then move to a row of lounge chairs on the pool deck or the infinity pool itself. Just beyond the deck is a lawn with a jetted tub and hammocks that leads to a sandy area and dock. Explore the inlet in the villa’s kayaks, keep up with one's routine in the fitness center, and finish the day at the al-fresco dining area.
The name Punta Cana in Spanish means 'tips of white palms'. And Punta Cana, situated on the Caribbean island of Dominican Republic, rightly proves so. It is the most sought after tourist destination of the Caribbean and known for its beautiful and pristine beaches. The beaches are lined with an alley of dense palm trees. For this reason Punta Cana and Bavaro are nicknamed La Costa del Coco, or the Coconut Coast.