Aman private villas arrive in the Dominican Republic

The three- to six-bedroom properties are nestled in the Caribbean jungle

An Amanera Founder Villa at the Playa Grande Club & Reserve, Dominican Republic, villas from £4m
An Amanera Founder Villa at the Playa Grande Club & Reserve, Dominican Republic, villas from £4m

Across the Atlantic, Aman Resorts, famed for its ne plus ultra holiday offering, has chosen to launch its first golfing project in the Dominican Republic, a Caribbean island now something of a mecca for those targeting a hole in one. A natural rainforest preserve framed by mountainous jungle and poised on 60ft cliffs, The Playa Grande Club & Reserve (www.playagrande.com; from $4m) has a Robert Trent Jones Sr-designed course, a mile-long stretch of untouched sand and, of course, all the luxury facilities associated with the Aman name. The key to an Amanera Founder Villa (two to six bedrooms) comes with lifelong family membership of the golf club, as well as access to a multitude of off-green activities, including bird and whale watching, deep-sea fishing and trail upon trail of hiking, biking and riding.

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