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Casa de Campo

Marina at Casa de Campo

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What's Special About Casa de Campo:

The 7,000-acre Casa de Campo in the La Romana region of the Dominican Republic is truly a mega resort, providing a wide spectrum of Caribbean island activities and full range of amenities. Because of the multiple dining, shopping and entertainment options at Casa de Campo you could easily spend you entire stay on property. It’s no wonder the resort is an award-winning favorite of travel publications and associations. I especially appreciated the Casa de Campo’s casual elegance and the staff’s friendliness.

Guest Rooms at Casa de Campo:

  • 417 guest rooms
  • Guest rooms are a minimum of 361 square feet.
  • Each features a patio or balcony, large walk-in closet with a safe, color TV, bathrobes, Internet access, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, hairdryer and a mini-bar.
  • Rates: $$
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Dining at Casa de Campo:

Restaurants include:
  • Casa de Campo has more than a dozen restaurants and bars to choose from.
  • Buffet lovers can opt for the open-air Lago Grill for a bountiful breakfast and lunch with golf course-by-the ocean views
  • Beach Club by Le Cirque on Minitas Beach is the place for seafood.
  • Then for various ethnic flavors try the Mexican El Combrero, the Italian La Piazzetta and the Asian Chinois.

Activities and Amenities at Casa de Campo:

  • Golf on three Pete Dye-designed golf courses, Dye Fore, the Links and Teeth of the Dog. There’s also tennis, a shooting center, an equestrian center, polo, a gym and a running/walking trail. Or you can rent a bike, kayak or sunbathe.
  • When it’s time to soothe your tired muscles, there’s the brand new Cygalle Healing Spa.
  • Kids clubs are offered for three age groups and there’s a teen’s club as well.

Good to Know About Casa de Campo:

  • Daily rates include the use of a four-passenger touring cart.
  • Casa de Campo has a high return-visitor rate and regular visitors sometimes opt to buy their own luxury villas there.

La Marina at Casa de Campo:

Dock your yacht or charter a sailing yacht, catamaran, trimaran or small sailboat. You can also opt for light-tackle fishing in the Chavon River, deep-sea fishing, a sunset cruise, snorkeling or diving. When you return from your marine adventure, La Marina offers additional pleasures, including shopping in its upscale boutiques and dining at its multiple restaurants.

Altos de Chavon at Casa de Campo:

Altos de Chavon was constructed to recreate a 16th-century Mediterranean village, complete with charming cobble stone streets. Don’t miss the picturesque Church of St. Stanislaus and the archeological museum. In addition to shopping and dining, guests can take art classes there. There's also a spectacular floorshow most nights in the Grecian amphitheater.

Getting to Casa de Campo:

La Romana, about ten minutes from the Casa de Campo/La Romana International Airport.
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Contact Casa de Campo:

P.O. Box 140, La Romana, Dominican Republic
Direct Phone: (809) 523-3333; Reservations: (800) 877-3643
Email: reserva@ccampo.com.do
Web site: Casa de Campo

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