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The Selman family, one of the most respected families in the Dominican Republic, founded Puerto Plata Village, one of the pioneer resorts inside the Playa Dorada complex, in 1989.

Puerto Plata Village is well known not only for its Colonial and Victorian architecture, but also for its excellent customer service and exciting all-inclusive packages . To top it off, the world class Playa Dorada Golf course surrounds Puerto Plata Villiage – an 18-hole course designed by the Robert Trent Jones and rated 53 in the world.

Playa Dorada is a complete holiday destination for honeymooners, families, golfers, or anyone looking for fun and relaxation in a safe and luxurious environment. It’s located steps away from buzzing nightlife, international shopping, delicious food and exciting recreational activities.

Our Resort & Location

Puerto Plata Village is located in the northern city of Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. It’s one part of the famous Playa Dorada Complex, which comprises world-renowned all-inclusive resort destinations. This means that you and your family won’t only benefit from Puerto Plata Village’s many amenities, but an entire community centered on indulgence, excitement and recreation.

True to its name, Puerto Plata Village is based only five kilometers (10 minutes) from Puerto Plata. A convenient 15-minute drive from Puerto Plata International Airport (POP), served by popular European and North American airlines and providing daily flights around the globe. Puerto Plata is just 272 kilometers north of the first city of the Western Hemisphere and capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo.

The Puerto Plata Village Resort is only a 20-minute drive from Sosúa, a small but bustling town where you can not only share a lively and diverse nightlife with visitors from a variety of cultural backgrounds, but also visit one of the areas’ most frequented beaches. What makes the Sosúa Beach different from other sun-soaked stretches of surf and sand in the area? The unique geological setting means that swimmers and water-sport enthusiasts can enjoy especially tranquil waters that are perfect for snorkeling, diving and fishing. In the winter, you can even head out to Sosúa Bay for a memorable whale-watching experience.

A 30-minute journey will bring you into the heart of Cabarete, another quiet town rich with activity and offering the appeal of attractive beaches—perhaps slightly less-crowded than those of Puerto Plata and Sosúa. This area is best-known for hosting annual, professional kitesurfing competitions, which inspired the namesake of Kite Beach.