Casa de Campo
Casa de Campo holds a very special place in the hearts of all who have visited. An amazing 7,000-acre hotel, resort and residential community, unlike any other Caribbean destination, Casa de Campo is a tropical gem on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. Its unique cache of facilities and impeccable service by a warm Dominican staff are treasured by people of all ages who come from around the world.A tropical playground with world-class toys, Casa de Campo´s unsurpassed amenities, choice of accommodations, variety of dining options and ease of accessibility by air or by sea, is the perfect vacation spot for families, golfers, couples, friends traveling together, for group meetings, incentives and destination weddings!In addition to our phenomenal golf, Casa de Campo has many exciting sporting options, each featuring an expert staff and the most comprehensive facilities found in the Caribbean! Novices can try new sports, and experts can polish existing skills in tennis, sport shooting, and at our Equestrian Center. Stay in shape at the Fitness Center or simply relax at our private beach where you can enjoy a host of watersports or rejuvenate at Cygalle Healing Spa or with retail therapy at our many shops and boutiques! Families enjoy the many bonding activities scheduled, as well as our supervised programs for kids and teens.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Casa de Campo
- P.O. Box 140
- La Romana
- Dominican Republic
Discovered by Christopher Columbus on December 5, 1492, the Dominican Republic today is a colorful tapestry of Spanish, French, Haitian, and African influences woven by a rich and storied history. Columbus described this lush land as "a beautiful island paradise with high forested mountains and large river valleys". This statement is still true today. In addition to the comforts of sun, sea, and sand, the Dominican Republic offers an exciting and unique cultural experience that will captivate your senses.A destination like no other - a sensual feast of dazzling landscapes, exotic cuisine, and a remarkable variety of arts and entertainment options. The pulse-pounding thrill of the merengue, intriguing relics from centuries past, premium cigars, and even world-class baseball await you. The Dominican Republic is a surprising place that will delight even the most experienced traveler.
Directions to Hotel
Getting to Casa de Campo is easy, by air, land or by sea.By air, the beautiful Casa de Campo / La Romana International Airport (IATA: LRM, ICAO: MDLR), is just 8 minutes from check-in at the resort and is serviced by American Airlines from Miami in the US; American Eagle from San Juan, Puerto Rico; as well as many additional charter flights from the US, Canada, Latin America and throughout Europe.By land, located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo is approximately a 60-minute drive southeast of the capital city´s Las Americas International Airport (IATA: SDQ, ICAO: MDSD) in Santo Domingo, and a 70-minute drive southwest of the Punta Cana International Airport (IATA: PUJ, ICAO: MDPC) in Punta Cana.By sea, private Yachts cruising the Caribbean can come in by way of the Casa de Campo Marina. This full service facility features docking for yachts up to 250´ along with shopping within the Marina to fulfill all your needs.
Conde Nast Award Winner, Travel & Leisure Award Winner
Banquets & Meetings
Casa de Campo boasts two Conference Centers with over 15,000 square feet of meeting space and an award-winning staff to cater to your every need. Services include computer rentals and stations, printing services, fax and cellular phone rentals, faxing service (incoming and outgoing), international courier services, secretarial services, transparencies, lamination and more. Special events at Casa de Campo are custom tailored and may include any combination of cocktail receptions with hors d'oeuvres and snacks, breakfast and brunch buffets, coffee breaks, luncheon entrees, light/cold lunches, lunch buffets, dinner entrees, buffets and gourmet menus. The resort's theme parties have been a hit year after year and are the perfect choice to impress a client or make a memorable family trip. Almost anything may be arranged from a simple beach barbecue to an extravaganza at Altos de Chavon.
Fine Dining on Site
There are 9 restaurants and dining establishments.
An extensive children's program.
In the resort's main area discover the famous, fun-filled dual-level pool with cascade, swim-up bar and convenient snack service, and a children's pool for the kids to splash around.
Indulge in dozens of relaxing and rejuvenating services including clay baths that exfoliate and detoxify your skin, a body peeling treatment that utilizes natural elements to achieve renewal and reveal a fresher, healthier looking you and many more. Hour and half-hour massages for all levels of relief are available.
Tennis Courts on Site
The unique beauty and luxury of the La Terraza Tennis Center is inescapable as you sit perched above the 13 private har-tru courts, ten of which are lighted for night-time play, gazing at the resort below and the Caribbean Sea beyond. The 70+ member staff here caters to the needs of each guest with insightful individual instruction. Equipment is available if needed along with Jr. pros and pros for volley's and / or private lessons.
On Casa de Campos' exclusive Minitas Beach, guests can enjoy a sea of water sports. Choose from kayaks, hobbie cats, windsurfers and paddleboats. Special arrangements can be made for anglers, snorklers or those guest that wish to SCUBA dive. Minitas also houses a massage room for private soothing sessions by the water.
Fishing - Ocean
Grab a friend for a half or full day of deep-sea fishing. Land wahoo, dolphin, tuna, kingfish, sailfish, marlin and barracuda, which are all plentiful in local waters. Fresh water fishing, a trip that winds through lush tropical vegetation, tall cliffs and palm trees down the Chavon River is also available.
Pete Dye, considered by many to be the world's most renowned golf course architect, has designed three of the most internationally renowned courses at Casa de Campo. The breathtakingly beautiful Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore and Links courses offer distinct challenges and distinguished charm and beauty.
Dozens of horses including 15 for jumping and over 80 polo ponies fill the stables at Casa de Campo, which makes finding the proper pony as easy as a trail ride. Scenic romps include a one-hour golf course ride, a two-hour ride through tropical trails by the Chavon River and two three-hour advanced rides; one through sugarcane fields to the cane-cutter's village and the other a ride outside of the main resort at Rancho Peligro (three days notice is required). Expert staffing is on hand for lessons in English or Western-style riding, jumping, dressage and polo. Guests of Casa de Campo may also request instruction in grooming techniques, rodeo stunts or sign up for a hilarious game of donkey polo. Private guides can be arranged for individuals or groups. If you're seeking the thrill of polo, the Casa de Campo facilities are among the best in the Caribbean.
Jogging & Running
The two- meter wide (6.5 ft), 5 km long (3.1 miles) trail loops around the central section of Casa de Campo, starting at the hotel and heading east on the main road towards the Marina.
On the archipelagos of the Dominican Republic romance and blissful fun can be yours. Sail to the nearby Catalina Island and enjoy it's white sand beaches and pristine blue waters. The Sunset Sea Cruise, a private charter, is a two-hour catamaran ride for you and your loved ones to experience the spectacular Caribbean sunsets. The Chavon River Cruise aboard the charming old world "River Princess" or "Empress Lily" paddleboats is an evening tour that gets you upclose and personal with the beautiful winding Chavon River.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Tennis Courts on Site
- - Beach
- - Boating
- - Ecological Tourism
- - Fishing - Ocean
- - Golfing
- - Horseback Riding
- - Jogging & Running
- - Sailing
- - Scuba Diving
- - Shopping
- - Windsurfing
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