Offering a truly exclusive experience, Casa de Campo encompasses 7,000 verdant acres with 247 guest rooms offering privacy for the affluent while capturing the charisma and warmth of the Dominican culture.
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For more than 40 years, this enclave has been a preferred escape for the world’s elite who favor the breathtaking private villas available throughout the resort. These distinctively designed villas not only feature beautiful ocean and golf course views, full kitchens and private pools, they also come with a staff, including maid and butler service, and a dedicated concierge.
Casa de Campo is a favorite destination for golfers with its 63 holes of Pete Dye-designed golf, including the number one course in the Caribbean, Teeth of the Dog. When it comes to elite sports, golf is only the beginning. There’s also a Shooting Center, Polo and Equestrian Center, Tennis Center, a pampering spa, and a full-service marina. Guests have a choice of several secluded beaches for a truly tailored “toes in the sand” experience. Additional pursuits include a multitude of water sports and some of the best fishing in the Caribbean.
Of the myriad of culinary options and distinctively elegant venues to choose from, none is more impressive than the Minitas Beach Club with its spectacular oceanfront and poolside setting, fresh cuisine and inviting array of cabanas that are perfect for intimate gatherings. Families will love the new Pool Complex at Minitas Beach, with gourmet food trucks, an ice cream shop and boutiques.
And if you’re in the mood for something completely different, but equally magnificent, spend a day at Altos de Chavón. Built 300 feet above the Chavón River and modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean village, this haven is home to galleries, boutiques, museums and more.
In the end, there are really no words to describe the scope and beauty of Casa de Campo, but those who have discovered this hidden gem have been returning year after year, and for good reason.