Located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic in La Romana, Casa de Campo is a sprawling resort community complete with a full-service marina, three golf courses, a tennis center, an equestrian center and more.
The resort even has its own town, Altos de Chavon, a 16th century Mediterranean village replica with shops, restaurants, art galleries, a church, museums and amphitheater.
There is an all-inclusive option at this resort that includes full breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks at the resort’s restaurants; a selection of non-premium drinks at resort restaurants, bars, lounges, and Oasis golf course cart (some exclusions apply); unlimited horseback riding, tennis, and non-motorized water sports; and use of the family program.
Casa de Campo offers a variety of room categories, ranging from standard hotel rooms and suites to lavish oceanfront villas with private pools.
All hotel rooms include a personal golf cart, private balcony or patio, air conditioning, and flat-screen TVs. Suites feature a separate living and dining area, a second half bathroom, and one- or two-bedroom configurations.
Villas have living and dining areas, plus full kitchens, and private patios with pool.
There are six restaurants and seven bars and lounges at Casa de Campo. Dining options include al fresco dining on the beach, a seafood and tapas restaurant, Italian dining, sushi, and Mediterranean cuisine prepared by chefs trained at Le Cirque.
Additional amenities at the resort include a spa and fitness center, jogging trail, supervised kids’ programs, family entertainment center with games, a nightclub, and a beach with non-motorized water sports.
How to get to Casa de Campo
Fly into La Romana International Airport, Dominican Republic (LRM). The resort is just five minutes from the airport.