Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic is the island’s first and most luxurious resort, and a pioneering property when it comes to delivering elegant and discreet luxury in the Caribbean to its high net worth and A-list guests and residential community.  

Founded almost 50 years ago, Casa de Campo Resort & Villas rapidly became the luxury destination for discerning travellers, homeowners, dignitaries, and celebrities seeking privacy, security, the highest standards of service, and an unparalleled offering of world-class activities, spread out across its 7,000 tropical acres.  

Visitors can choose to stay in the resort’s five-star hotel or to enjoy the seclusion of a luxurious Oceanfront villa. Expanding the choice of accommodations still further for 2023, Casa de Campo will shortly unveil its stunning Premier Club at Casa de Campo – 58 brand new suites with a private concierge. Designed for exclusivity, personalised service and privacy, the Premier Club sets a new standard of excellence for the property’s most discerning guests. 

Casa de Campo allows visitors to indulge in their passions, with world-leading Pete Dye-designed golf courses, including Teeth of the Dog, the No.1 course in the Caribbean & Latin America; eight outstanding restaurants, including the totally redesigned Minitas Beach Club; a 370-slip Marina and Yacht Club; an expansive Equestrian & Polo Centre; a 245-acre Clay Shooting Course; state-of-the-art tennis facilities; and unlimited non-motorised water sports on private, white sand beaches.  

The resort will also be opening a brand-new destination Spa and Health & Wellness Center in the spring of 2023, positioning Casa de Campo as one of the finest wellness destinations in the Caribbean. The new, state-of-the-art facility and introduction of pioneering treatments mean that the Spa will offer a complete 360-degree fitness and wellbeing programme, and the ultimate in restorative relaxation and anti-aging treatments. 

One of Casa’s most unique assets remains Altos de Chavón, a stunning 16th century Mediterranean-style village with restaurants, shops, a church, and stunning views, where guests can enjoy cultural and artistic experiences. These include pottery, traditional loom weaving and screen-printing lessons, an art gallery showcasing local and international talent, and an Archaeological Museum that features an extraordinary collection of indigenous objects that tell the early history of the Dominican Republic. All this is topped off by the opportunity to watch performances from global superstars in Altos de Chavón’s 5,000-seat Amphitheatre, inaugurated by the legendary Frank Sinatra, 40 years ago. 

%d bloggers like this: