Enjoy Eden Roc Cap Cana Beach Club On Your Next Trip To The Dominican Republic

Published November 6th, 2019
Travel Guides

Equity Platinum Fund and Eden Roc Cap Cana Beach Club Partnership

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Equity Residences is proud to announce our partnership with Eden Roc Cap Cana Beach Club.

Now, Platinum Fund investors are full members of this prestigious, private beach club located only a few minutes away from our Cap Cana Resort villa via your private golf cart.

As members, our investors can:

Accessible only to beach club members and guests of Eden Roc at Cap Cana hotel, the beach club provides an intimate and luxurious setting for relaxation and entertainment.  In addition to the beautiful white sandy beach, the club boasts multiple infinity pools for kids and adults alike. The club also has ample loungers and day beds with 5-star service provided by the club’s beach butlers.

And the dining? The outstanding food and service will bring you back every day to enjoy the beach in style.

Your days at the Eden Roc Beach Club are the ultimate in pampered relaxation.

Experience Cap Cana Resort At The Equity Platinum Fund Villa

Equity Residences villa live-in butler smiling and holding a drink by a private pool, Cap Cana Dominican Republic

Headquarters for your Dominican adventures is the Equity Platinum Fund ocean view villa that overlooks the 8th hole on Jack Nicklaus’ Punta Espada Golf Course. Golf Week calls this ultra-manicured oceanfront golf course the best in the Caribbean!

The sprawling 6,500-square-foot-villa boasts five bedrooms and five baths and is spacious enough to accommodate your family, the extended family, and friends. Everyone will feel comfortable and privileged.

Here’s what our investors say:

“This property was amazing. The butler and maid made us feel like we were famous.” – Andrew 

“My wife and I visited this property with three other couples and had an absolutely wonderful time. This is the perfect home for multiple/large families or a fairly large group. The house is incredible on every level…The staff is AMAZING! Sivia, Augustine, Lilly, and Julio tend to your every need and will make all of the small moments in your vacation a pleasure and a luxury.” – Brad 

A 24-hour staff is ready and waiting to help you with anything you may need to make you and yours more comfortable. Augustine will ensure you have a carved pineapple with your fresh coffee by the pool in the morning and will keep your wine glass full by the pool in the afternoon.  Amarylis keeps the house spotless and will do your laundry daily (so pack light!)

Our concierge Bianca Moldovan will arrange any activities you want for you and your family. Examples include a full-day tour of the capital, Santo Domingo; snorkeling tours; and even a full-day safari, so you can learn more about the history and culture of the Dominican Republic! We will put you in touch with Bianca before your trip, so you can discuss your itinerary and choose from the extensive menu of activities she offers.

Whether it is a ride to the golf course or expert help in planning dinner out, the staff is there for you. You may also arrange to have our private chef, Julio, handle all the culinary duties for one meal or your entire sta

The Dominican Republic – About

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The history of the Dominican Republic is inextricably linked to the history of the New World. In 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on the shores of the island and called it La Isla Hispaniola.

Spaniards quickly established a city called Santo Domingo as the capital of the first Spanish colony in the New World, making it the oldest European city established in the Western Hemisphere. Santo Domingo remains the capital of the Dominican Republic to this day.

The Dominican Republic has a population of more than 10 million people. It ranks among the most diverse Caribbean countries in geography, nature, and people.

The country is famous for its white-sand beaches and resorts that take advantage of the warm climate and the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.

Dominicans call their home the “mother of all lands.” There are 6,000 species of flora and 7,000 species of fauna. Cacti flowers, endemic hawks, and humpback whales add to the daily visual delights. The pristine shores face the Caribbean Sea in the south and the Atlantic Ocean in the north

Getting To The Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic isn’t far from major US cities. A direct flight from New York takes about the same amount of time as a drive from NYC to the Hamptons on a Friday.

The Equity Platinum Fund villa is located in the gated Cap Cana resort, which is on the most eastern part of the Island. Cap Cana is only a 15-minute drive from the Punta Cana airport which has direct flights from all the major U.S. hubs and your favorite Southwest Airlines cities.

Marina Cap Cana Welcomes You

The cornerstone of the Cap Cana resort is the Marina Cap Cana. When completed, it will be the most modern marina in the Caribbean. Circling the El Gran Canal are luxury stores, fine dining, and an incredible ocean view.

Discover The Dominican Cuisine

Hungry? Your dining options will seem endless. You can’t miss hot spots such as Api Beach, La Palapa at Eden Roc, or Maraca Gourmet!  While in Cap Cana a visit to Juanillo Beach and Little John’s is also a must.

Don’t miss the deep-fried fish served “Boca Chica” style, one of the most traditional meals served in beach communities. Who can resist platters of fried pork rinds, fried cassava balls, or fried pork chunks? Make sure to try the stewed crab canastas, cassava bread, and sweet potatoes!

The delicious local sausage is longaniza. Say yes to the fried chunks of pork belly and plantains stuffed with conch, crab, or a mixture of spicy goat meat. Choices abound! The question is what do you want to eat? Call it a happy problem!

Shopping in Punta Cana

Resorts feature gift shops for those inevitable souvenirs. With a little effort, you’ll be able to find delightful shopping spots. Shop for crafts on the beach and even try your hand and negotiate at the open-air markets. Shopping is a popular and memorable way to spend an afternoon.

Get Ready To Catch Some Fish

The area’s calm, bay-like waters are ideal for snorkeling and fishing. The Mona Channel, one of the best fishing spots in the world, boasts a March to October fishing season.

Will you hook the big one? Sportfishing off Cap Cana targets marlin, barracuda, grouper, wahoo, and mahi-mahi! Windsurfing and scuba diving are also popular activities.

Get In Touch With Nature

There are plenty of opportunities to get out and have a blast. How does a morning of kayaking or birdwatching sound? There is no limit to the fun, the sun, and flora that awaits. You are sure to uncover something amazing. The Dominican Republic is one of the world’s most diverse nations by geography.

The lakes are calm and clear. Rivers go from looking glass smooth to raging rapids. Marvel at plummeting waterfalls and cool, refreshing pools. Some of the most beautiful white and dark sand beaches in the world are here.

The rugged mountains are some of the highest mountain peaks in all the Caribbean. Explore a saltwater lake that’s below sea level. Take photos of cactus-filled desert plains. Enjoy the tranquil palms swaying in the breeze and lush green tropical valleys. There is something for everyone.

Music Is Woven Into Everyday Life And Reflects The Essense Of The Local Culture

Music is everywhere on the island. It fills the days and nights. People say children dance before they walk. Popular styles are Merengue, Bachata, Salsa, Reggaeton, and Merengue de Calle. Where there is music there is dancing. It is contagious. Every step is a beat!

The music makes you want to get up and move. Learn a couple of steps, enjoy the beats. Discovering the unique music of the area is a great thing to take home with you. It’s not unusual to see someone in the street doing a little dance step to the music from a passing car.

You’ll appreciate a unified passion for the island’s music, dance, song and diverse cuisine. The locals love their baseball, family, and hospitality. Combined, all this is the essence of the Dominican spirit.

Discover the culture, cuisine, and traditions of the Dominican Republic. Treasured family time and lifelong memories come with your Platinum Fund investment.

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