Ca • ri • be = Caribbean
It is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom ocean-front unit on the third floor with views of the ocean.
● Full unit remodel was completed in January 2022.
● Two-Bedroom, Two-Bathroom Third Floor Corner Ocean Front, Closest Unit to the hotel.
● Beach bedroom has two queen-sized beds.
● Fully equipped kitchen
● Private terrace with views of the ocean
● Air conditioning
● Wireless internet & cable TV
We also offer all inclusive packages , including the villa rental, a private chef, kitchen staff, groceries (villas do not include food), golf carts, daily maid service, and government taxes.
Within the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort Casino & Spa there are two 18-hole golf courses, 13 clay tennis courts, the hotel casino, restaurants, bars, and the new “It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere” Margaritaville oceanfront bar and grill.
Villa Caribe is perfect for family vacation rentals, friends and couples getaways, yoga wellness retreats, weddings, and corporate rentals.
*There is a two night minimum stay. Price does not include 7% taxes and a $150 check-out cleaning fee.
January – April: $750 – $975
June – August: $750 – $975*
September – November: $600*
This municipality of Puerto Rico does not offer recycling. We recommend bringing your own water bottles. Souvenir copper water bottles can be purchased for $20.
**At times there may be reduced access to the resort facilities, especially at the resort’s restaurants and bars, due to capacity limitations. The decision to restrict access is made solely at the discretion of the resort. If you’re planning to visit during peak times it is recommended that you contact the resort and/or make desired activity and dining reservations as soon as possible.
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