The perfect villa for those that want to experience the island atmosphere offered at Casa de Campoâ?¦a lush paradise of unsurpassed elegance and breathtaking beauty, where action, relaxation and pampering service combine with an exceptional leisure experience.
Casa de Campo has just completed a $100 million expansion with a new marina, shops, restaurants and yacht club and has evolved into the Caribbeanâ??s premier golf resort. Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine 2003 Readerâ??s survey ranked it #1 Best Golf Resort in the Caribbean ahead of the Four Seasons in Nevis and the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall in Jamaica. Other activities abound with tennis, beaches, water sports, marina, pools, horseback riding, fitness center, sport shooting, boating and excursions. Outstanding dining, entertainment, family adventures and programs for kids and teens, shopping and the wondrous Altos de Chavon artistsâ?? village.
For golfers, this is heaven. Four great Pete Dye courses including the famous, â??Teeth of the Dogâ?? course, with seven holes right on the ocean is ranked # 35 in the world and #1 in the Caribbean. Now thereâ??s a rival: â??Dye Foreâ??, the designerâ??s sprawling manifesto recently carved on bluffs 300 feet above the Chavon River and with spectacular views of the ocean. Golfers will witness some of the most spectacular views found anywhere in the world.
Casa de Campo charges a mandatory $20 per person, per day resort fee for all guests staying at the villa.