- Complimentary golf cart
- Stunning property
- Varied on-site activities
An exclusive 7,000-acre resort with world-renowned golf courses, oceanfront villas and a private, white-sand beach
Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has something for everyone with all-inclusive or a la carte options and luxurious rooms or private villas. Choose your accommodations based on your vacation plans—the resort rooms are spacious with a balcony or terrace and modern decor with natural accents, and in the villas, you’ll feel as if you’re vacationing in your own private home. Villas have garden or oceanfront locations with daily maid service, breakfast prepared in the villa and concierge service for all reservations. All guests of the resort receive a complimentary golf cart for exploring the premises. If golf is the main focus of your trip, inquire about the all-inclusive golf packages and opt for a golf lodge room—the original lodgings of the resort but completely redone.
Dining options are limitless here—seven restaurants are included in the all-inclusive experience with Italian, Mediterranean, Dominican, sushi and more. Enjoy a romantic evening at La Piazzetta restaurant overlooking Altos de Chavón or keep it simple with food from Epicure food truck on Minitas Beach. After a long day, why bother dining out? Room and private chef services can supply everything you need for a delicious meal in bed. When it comes to nightlife, this complex has everything from bustling to intimate. The seven bars, two of which are nightclubs, offer a variety of atmosphere so you can have a romantic nightcap or dance until the sun comes up. Get in some R&R by the infinity pool or under an umbrella on the beach. The resort spa offers ayurvedic techniques for natural soothing—get a massage, facial or take a dip in the water sanctuary.
Casa de Campo has everything you need whether you’re looking to relax, explore or be active. Get out of your comfort zone at the shooting or equestrian center or stick to your routine at the gym with group classes like boxing, pilates, Zumba and spinning held Monday through Friday. While there’s plenty to explore outside the premises, Casa de Campo Resort has a movie theater and equipment for snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding to your heart’s content.
Sail over to Catalina and Saona Islands just offshore for a day full of wildlife, snorkeling and salty hair. While Catalina Island is more known for its phenomenal snorkeling, you must not miss the natural pool full of starfish off Saona Island. In additional to Saona’s heavenly-like beaches, it’s home to Del Este National Park—a popular spot for birdwatching and hiking.