Casa De Campo

Dominican Republic, Caribbean

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

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    Serious fun and games in a private enclave

Why we choose Casa De Campo

Casa de Campo is an immaculate, sprawling playground for all ages, equipped to deliver the perfect vacation

  • Tool around the grounds on your own golf cart
  • Three Pete Dye-designed courses, including the famed “Teeth of the Dog”
  • Altos de Chavon Amphitheatre was inaugurated by Frank Sinatra in 1982

Luxury resorts aren’t a rarity on the Dominican Republic, but Casa de Campo is in a league of its own. First, it’s huge. Then there are the accommodations, which range from spacious suites to exclusive villa homes. But it’s the activities—including plenty of cultural experiences—that really sets it apart. Whether your little one wants to explore the Archeological Children’s Museum with a personal guide or you’re in the mood for a private cooking lesson from a Le Cirque chef, you can’t get all this anywhere else.

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What you need to know about the hotel

An unmatched menu of adventures combined with standout dining and warm Dominican hospitality

  • The Equestrian & Polo Club offers trail rides within the resort and throughout the countryside, as well as exhilarating polo matches
  • The villas give you a private home setting (including pool or whirlpool) with luxe resort amenities like butler service and concierge
  • Minitas Beach—and two out islands for water-filled excursions—are exclusively for hotel guests and villa owners

Casa de Campo is a unique destination that includes 185 rooms and suites plus 50 spectacular villas. Not unusual so far. But the massive property, which guests navigate via golf carts, boasts facilities that just don’t stop: three golf courses, a new Jim McLean Golf School, eco-friendly spa, tennis center with 13 courts, equestrian center and shooting center offering trap, skeet and sporting clays. That doesn’t even include the pools, beach, water sports and about two dozen restaurants and bars. Let that sink in for a minute.

A hotel, resort and residential community all wrapped up in one elegant property, Casa de Campo is also unique in that it’s as ideal for couples as it is for huge family gatherings.

Where is it and what's nearby

This golfer’s delight offers something for everyone in a Dominican Republic paradise

  • Altos de Chavon is a 16th century Mediterranean village replica with museums, galleries, restaurants, 5,000-seat amphitheater and artisan workshop
  • Casa de Campo Marina is the launch site for water adventures like deep sea and river fishing experiences and sunset sails
  • Las Maravillas Cave is a 100,000-year-old natural museum filled with extraordinary geological formations and pictographs left by Taino Indians before Columbus’ arrival

Casa de Campo is a whopping 7,000 acres on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, complete with garden, ocean and river views—even mountain vistas on a clear day. There are sports galore at the resort, but the cultural immersions are our favorite experiences. And while you can certainly stay occupied onsite, the resort offers great excursions to a notable ranch, the capital city of Santa Domingo (the oldest city in the New World) and the largest hand-made cigar factory in the world.

How to enjoy Dominican Republic

For the essence of the Dominican Republic, imagine lying in a hammock on a white sand beach, shaded by soft fringed palms, listening to the waves lap gently on the shore before dancing the night away to Latin rhythms

  • Savor world-class cuisine and fresh seafood right on the beach or overlooking the crystal clear and sparkling turquoise sea
  • Step out of your beachfront villa straight onto your stretch of private sand and enjoy uninterrupted views of the sunset as you sip cocktails from your terrace
  • Ride horseback to the entrance of the Fun Fun Cave where your 55ft descent will be rewarded by a stunning display of ancient cave paintings, stalactites and stalagmites

A former Spanish colony, this Caribbean destination enjoys a distinctly Latin feel with flamenco fiestas and local dishes accented with rice and beans. The nation is fiercely proud of its heritage and is quick to point out that the capital, Santo Domingo, was the site where Christopher Columbus first landed in the Americas in 1492.

World class beaches can be found along the East Coast, which is also home to secluded luxurious resorts and championship golf courses. There is plenty of opportunity to play. You could go kite surfing, play polo or get some pro tennis coaching. For something a little slower, cleanse you mind and body with a rejuvenating spa treatment.

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    When to visit Dominican Republic

    Visit in February to experience Carnival. The annual celebration spans the entire country and fills the streets with colorful parties of twirling to the rhythms of merengue and bachata.

  • We say

    It’s the #1 property in the Dominican Republic.

  • You need to know

    The beach isn’t especially large but there are many pools to choose from.

  • Did you know

    The golf is highly regarded by those who know.

  • A word from the hotel

    We take great pride in providing each guest with a memorable vacation experience just for them. Whatever their own dream vacation is...
    Daniel Hernandez, General Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    Our gastronomic offer is an irresistible experience, no one can escape from our magic.
    Juan Pena, Executive Chef


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Casa De Campo, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (applicable from Elite Patio to Elite Balcony only; not valid in other room types or villas)
  • Buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests (for EP/Room only reservations)
  • A USD $100 spa services credit to be utilized during stay (for EP/Room only reservations)
  • A USD $200 spa services credit to be utilized during stay (for Inclusive reservations)
  • Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability

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