Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday villa in Fajardo - Palma Vista Penthouse Villa
Luxury Beachfront Villa, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
This is the best two-level Penthouse Villa available for rental at Palma Vista and the views and ambience from the Penthouse Terrace are never to be forgotten.
The VRBO BEAR stayed here and fell in love with the place! Please see our VRBO Bear review.
Please visit our WEBSITE for more information and pictures of the Villa, look for the section 'other amenities' on this page for the link to the Palma Vista Villa website. The minimum rental period for the property is five (5) nights and the maximum occupancy is six (6) persons.
Palma Vista Penthouse Villa is located on Seven Seas Beach, Fajardo, Puerto Rico. It is a 2 level Penthouse, fully equipped with state of the art European kitchen, 2 terraces, 3BR (master suite with a king size bed; and two additional bedrooms each with queen size beds), 3 bathrooms, all rooms and common areas with AC. It is a 3,500 sq ft with 2 pools, parking for two cars, visitors parking also available, gated community, very private (only 30 Villas), exclusive and adjacent to El Conquistador Resort and Las Cabezas de San Juan.
The panoramic views from the villa and the terraces are spectacular and breathtaking. From the front, Las Cabezas de San Juan, The Lighthouse, Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. From the back are impressive, gorgeous panoramic views of El Yunque National Rain Forest and the Puerto Rican mountains and beautiful views of the countryside and its flora. The sunset and sunrise from the top terrace are stunning. Seven Seas Beach, with spectacular crystal blue waters and a beautiful sand beach is located at Las Croabas, Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
One of the top beaches of the world, Seven Seas is a popular beach for snorkeling around the coral reefs, and water sports. The clear waters are teeming with vibrant tropical fish and coral reefs and are protected by offshore reefs. The region is part of the National Parks System and is considered a 'World Blue Flag Beach'. In order to obtain the Blue Flag distinction, a beach has to comply with a set of very strict standards in terms of water quality, safety and services, environmental education and information. Blue Flag Beaches are continually monitored for water and land environmental safety.
In addition to being located directly on Seven Seas Beach, only minutes away and within easy walking distance, are the beaches of Playa Escondida and Playa Colora, which two of the most secluded beaches you can find. This means that it is a romantic spot, it's certainly a great place for snorkeling and just to relax. Playa Escondida means 'hidden' and Playa Colora 'hot/red beach' in Spanish. In order for it to be hidden, and virtually unused, it is in an out-of-the way place — you have to walk about 15 minutes through a mangrove forest to get there. But the prize is worth it — finding a pretty, secluded strip of beach like this one is always a pleasure. Also the Governor's summerhouse is at Playa Escondida. Playa Escondida is very safe for snorkeling, swimming and/or just to contemplate the beautiful panoramic views in very calm waters.
Several nearby islands like; Icacos, Palomino and Palominito provide even more opportunities for fantastic snorkeling, hiking and exploring. Local companies or at local Marinas you can get and organize guided tours to take you for a fun day. Especially popular are the Kayak Tours of the Bioluminescent Laguna Grande, which is in Seven Seas Beach and next to Palma Vista Villa. Also 7 minutes by car and in the town of Fajardo ferryboats can take you to Vieques and Culebra, with more places to explore and World-renowned beaches to enjoy. Vieques and Culebra can also be reached by air from Ceiba Airport. Ceiba Airport, which is a 20-minute drive from Seven Seas and Palma Vista Villa, also services flights to other nearby island such as the US Virgin Islands. Air Flamenco operating from Ceiba airport offer flights to San Juan, Arecibo, Ponce and the islands of Culebra, Vieques, St Thomas, St Croix, Tortola, St Martin, Anguila and the Dominican Republic. Seeing more of the island is easy when you take a side trip to see its natural attractions as a part of a day at the beach. A perfect example is El Yunque National Rainforest, which is 22.8 km (14.2 miles) from Seven Seas Beach and Palma Vista Villa. The variety of places with the best seafood you will enjoy is overwhelming using local fresh ingredients and produce and always a perfect service and a smile. From local traditional cuisine to international high-end restaurants at the Waldorf Astoria El Conquistador Resort, just 2 km (1.2 miles) from Palma Vista Villa.
Keywords: Luxury, 2 Level Penthouse Villa at Seven Seas Beach. Stunning Sea and Rain Forest Views.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Kevin Sherratt
The Property is owned by Kevin and Jay
Kevin Sherratt purchased this villa in 2009
Why Kevin Sherratt chose Fajardo
Seven Seas Beach where the villa is situated is a beautiful part of Puerto Rico. The villa is quiet and peaceful - from the front you have wonderful views of the beach and ocean - from the rear you can see the mountains and El Yunque Rain Forest. There are some great local restaurants to dine and the villa is next to the El Conquistador Resort. At this villa you are on the beach.
What makes this villa unique
Peace. Tranquility. Privacy. Luxury living. Two Levels. 3,500 sq ft. Spacious, Penthouse Terrace and 1st Level Balcony. Stunning beach, ocean and rain forest views. Three full bathrooms. 55' LCD TV - Direct TV. WiFi. Great local dining.
Guestbook comments from the owner
I Just wanted to thank you both for sharing your beautiful place in Fajardo. I was really impressed with the landscaping in the pool area and we often had the garden and pool completely to ourselves. It was a very relaxing vacation. Far from the hustle and bustle of Condado.
We discovered Hidden beach....and definitely found it pristine and beautiful. We also hiked towards the light house along Las Croabas beach and found that beach deserted and equally pristine. The Rain Forest was equally beautiful. We did venture into Old San Juan one evening for dinner but basically hung out in the Fajardo area. We took the boat out to Icacos Island for snorkelling as well....though our favorite beach for snorkeling was at Hidden Beach. The tour of the Mangroves and Light house was within walking distance of your place.
We explored the local dining.....El Estacion was our favorite. I also like Ensalada de Carucho...and liked the little place down the street on the right.......great for lunch.
We only did Breakfast in the Villa. We also did a Happy Hour on the balcony before dinner.....though never cooked dinner or used the grill.....always went out.
Having the wireless and flat screen with news etc was great as well. Thanks for the Music selection. Also the roof top area was a great place to hang out as well.....Marsha and I adopted that shower and bathroom as ours.