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Room Request! Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

The Caribbean compound offers luxury and privacy with a distinct Dominican flair

Nestled among the pristine waters and palm tree lined beaches of the Dominican Republic, Tortuga Bay is comprised of thirteen private villas designed exclusively by the late Oscar de la Renta. The boutique hotel, which recently underwent a four-month long renovation led by Markham Roberts, provides unparalleled service and is the only AAA 5 Diamond property in the country.

Amenities include VIP airport service, fine dining at the multiple award-winning restaurants on site, and access to a new cigar humidor and wine cellar featuring 600 bottles of wine. Guests also can enjoy access to their own personal golf cart, which allows them to explore the rest of the resort’s facilities including the 27-hole La Cana Golf Club, world-renowned Six Senses Spas or the private 1,500-acre ecological reserve.

Below, Tortuga Bay’s General Manager, Roger Belletti, gives us the scoop on the most popular room at the resort and how Oscar de la Renta’s legacy lives on.

What is the most requested room?

Our oceanfront rooms.

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

What makes them so special?

Located on the first floor of our villas, the rooms open directly onto Tortuga Bay’s private beach and create an atmosphere of complete peacefulness and serenity. They feature Frette linens, coralline stone bathrooms and even a separate kitchenette.

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

What is the rate?

Rates start at $1,700 USD per night.

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

What room is your personal favorite?

That would have to be room 617-3, because its layout is perfect for watching the Caribbean sunrise and sunset right from your bed.

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

Tortuga Bay at Puntacana Resort & Club

Any celebrity guests?

The hotel has hosted actors, presidents and event royalty. It’s also home to the annual Oscar de la Renta Tennis Tournament which raises funds for the education of the ODLR Tennis Center ball boys. The tournament was a favorite of de la Renta’s and is still attended by many of his close friends including Anna Wintour.

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