Within Casa de Campo a beautifully poised, private villa overlooking the 2nd Green of the Pete Dye designed Teeth of The Dog, awaits the most discriminating resort travelers. Casa De Campo resort defines the true Caribbean Paradise Vacation. Offering every amenity dreamt of in a lush, tropical getaway, Casa de Campo is Ranked Number One Best Golf Resort in the Caribbean by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine. With world class dining and shopping, sun drenched beaches, tennis, horseback riding, kid’s camp, and more, Casa de Campo is perfect for friends, golf getaways, couples or the entire family. This beautiful villa has six luxurious bedroom suites all with private bathrooms, TV and air conditioning. Enjoy a distant Caribbean view while relaxing in our gazebo overlooking the second green of Teeth of The Dog. Luxuriate in the Jacuzzi or practice putting on our newly installed putting green. Whatever your pleasure, our warm and friendly staff make your every wish their priority.
Bougainvillea cascades over the private pool and our Jacuzzi is the perfect place to relax while admiring the golf and ocean view. Open air dining and living rooms make this a unique and beautiful setting. Two fully equipped kitchens, staff quarters and a masseuse on call make this a dream come true that you will return to year after year!
Casa de Campo visitors enjoy four 18-hole golf courses, all designed and built by Pete Dye. The famous 'Teeth of the Dog' Golf Course was voted number one in the Caribbean, with seven holes that hug the water's edge. The surreally beautiful Dye Fore overlooks the Chavon River and the ocean. The Links Course and the private LaRomana Country Club complete this golfer’s paradise.
The Casa de Campo Marina offers shopping, dining, parasailing, jetski rentals and people watching as yachts from around the world make Casa de Campo their Caribbean destination.
Altos de Chavon, an artist colony within Casa de Campo, in a re-creation of a medieval European village, is affiliated with Parsons School of Design and instructs students in weaving, painting, jewelry making and ceramics. Students' work is available within the many shops and restaurants located there.
Amenities: include: Landscaped Gardens, Private Pool, Heated Jacuzzi, Phone, Air Conditioning, Cable TV, Stereo, Two Fully Equipped Kitchens, Microwave, Three Refrigerators, Ice Makers, Washer, Dryer, Barbecue Grill, Formal Dining, Breakfast Area, Teak Lounges Poolside, Gazebo, Chef, Housekeeper and Groundkeeper.
Airport Transportation, Golf Carts and Car rentals can be arranged. On-site bartender is also available for a nominal daily rate.
Activities: Casa de Campo activities include: Golf, Tennis, Fitness Center, Equestrian/Polo, Fishing, Paved Walking Trial, Shopping, Fine Dining, Live Theater, Sightseeing, Swimming, Snorkeling/Diving, Boating, Target Shooting, Wind Surfing, Parasailing, and 'Kid's In Casa' - Camp for children with full day and evening activities.
Area: This villa is privately located yet close to Club houses, restaurants, shopping and all resort activities. The beach and marina are just minutes by golf cart. Our staff will shop for food and a supermarket is located in the Marina at Casa de Campo.
In addition to the world-class golf and our lovely beaches, we highly recommend you not miss spending at least a partial day at Altos de Chavón, a recreation of a medieval European village conceived from the imagination of Roberto Copa, a former Paramount Studios set designer, and Charles Bluhdorn.
Its construction began in 1976 when the construction of a nearby road and bridge crossing the Chavón River had to be blasted through a mountain of stone. Charles Bludhorn, chairman of Gulf+Western, had the idea of using the stones to build a sixteenth century Mediterranean village. Construction was completed in the early 1980s. Narrow, cobble-covered alleyways lined with lanterns and shuttered limestone walls yield several good Mediterranean-style restaurants, a number of quaint shops featuring the diverse craftwork of local artisans, and three galleries exhibiting the talents of students from the on-site design school (La Escuela de Diseño, an affiliate of Parsons School of Design in New York City). Adding authenticity to the entire fantasy is the charming St. Stanislaus Church (Iglesia San Estanislao de Cracovia in Spanish) with its plaza and sparkling fountain that is a popular wedding venue. A Roman-styled 5,000-seat amphitheater hosts 20th century musical acts—The Pet Shop Boys, Frank Sinatra, and Julio Iglesias to name a few—while Génesis nightclub provides a popular dance venue for guests from the Casa de Campo resort nearby. Visitors shouldn’t miss the Regional Museum of Archaeology (El Museo Arqueológico Regional), an astonishing collection of pre-Columbian Indian artifacts unearthed in the surrounding area. Altos de Chavón overlooks Rio Chavón and the Dye Fore golf course of Casa de Campo; both built by former Gulf+Western chairman Charles Bluhdorn. Don't forget the cameras - there are photo ops galore throughout this lovely village.