Join Lifestyle Holiday Vacation Club this fall at the Presidential Suites for an all-inclusive vacation. With average temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s, November is the perfect time to visit the Dominican Republic. The resort features a VIP pool bar, several beach bars, top restaurants, including Decadence, and even a Kid’s Club. The Presidential has so much to offer, you’ll never need to leave, but if you want to explore the nearby area, there are plenty of options.

Hard Rock – The Hard Rock offers a great nightlife scene, with the Oro nightclub, several restaurants, and even a special fall performance by Marco Antonio Solis in the Fillmore room on November 28th. The Oro Nightclub boasts 14,000 sq ft of space that spans two floors and an amazing LED wall. Tuesdays are Retro Night complete with music from the 80s, Wednesdays are Ladies Night, with free drinks between 11pm and 1am for all women, and Thursdays feature the music of Latin Fusion. In June of 2013, Chef Kerry Simon opened Simon Mansion Restaurant and continues to bring Latin fusion to the tables. A unique yet sophisticated menu is prepared featuring a variety of appetizers, entrees, local seafood, and sushi. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club is sure guests will enjoy this wonderful experience if they should choose to explore the Dominican Republic.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club also recommends visitors check out both Bavaro & Macao Beaches, which is the perfect fall 2015 experience while the weather is perfect. Located in La Altagracia Province, the Bavaro Beach area was originally developed as a town for resort workers. Though it is now a very popular vacation spot, the area does not feel like a typical beach town. The shores are protected by an off-shore reef so the white sand beaches, turquoise water, snorkeling, parasailing, and hours of sun always await. Macao Beach, rated as one of the Caribbean’s best for its palm trees and fine sand, is a popular spot for locals on the weekends. With the best swimming in the middle of the beach, the ends have small eateries and a restaurant atop the cliff on the Southern end.

Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park – This privately owned and operated reserve is run by the Ecological Foundation and has been set aside for research, conservation and recreation. The network of trails available for tours lead to 12 fresh water lagoons which provide a habitat for birds, reptiles, and insects. Other available sites include an iguana habitat, petting zoo, sugarcane exhibit, and fruit tree garden.

Book a fall 2015 vacation today with Lifestyle Holiday Vacation Club and chose from a variety of locations and options to make this vacation, the best ever.