With 7,000 acres of stunning grounds and unrivaled amenities wrapped in tropical perfection, Casa de Campo offers much more than your typical resort. Three world-class golf courses, a top-notch shooting center, and tennis courts - not to mention white-sand beaches, gourmet epicurean delights, exceptional bars, and wellness-focused offerings - ensure Casa de Campo will satiate all your vacation desires.
And when you stay at any of our beautiful vacation rentals in the Dominican Republic, one of the most sought-after destinations in the Caribbean
, you'll be assured of not just comfort and convenience, but far more privacy than you'll ever get at a hotel.
Where is Casa de Campo?
Casa de Campo is the crown jewel resort in the vibrant tourist metropolis of La Romana Province
, located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic. Just four miles from La Romana International Airport and less than an hour away from both International Airport Punta Cana and Las Americas International Airport, our vacation rentals in Casa de Campo are very easy to get to no matter where you're traveling from.
Amenities at Casa de Campo
Both the condos and villas alone are enough to make you want to extend your visit. Revel in the convenience of having your very own kitchen, fully equipped with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. In addition to the standard flatscreen TVs and WiFi access, complimentary golf carts also come with your rental, as well as free parking and carte blanche use of the fitness center.
The gorgeous two-bedroom condos boast private double balconies, and the villas at Casa de Campo are out of this world. Rent one of the four types available - Classic, Garden, Ocean, and Exclusive, with three to five bedrooms - and enjoy a private pool, mid-size car, optional daily maid and butler service, premium bar, and one round trip transfer to the airport.
Stake your claim on a chaise lounge on the stunning white sand of Minitas Beach. Settle in for a sun-soaking, stress-reducing afternoon as the palm trees dance in the breeze and the ebb and flow of crystalline turquoise waters lull you into a meditative state. And while we're on the subject of taking care of yourself, why not meet up in the mornings on Minitas Beach for a blissful yoga experience? Then pay a visit to the holistic living farm, and do a labyrinth walk or take a heavenly botanical stroll while you sift through the offerings in the vegetable and herb gardens.
For a truly luxurious experience, show yourself a little love and indulge in any number of treatments offered by the on-site spa. From consultations and a variety of massages to scrubs, wraps, and facials, the spa at Casa de Campo will leave you feeling pampered and renewed.
Things To Do at Casa de Campo
When you want to get out and enjoy some entertainment, you'll find shows featuring renowned artists and performers like Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, Elton John, Andrea Bocelli, Sting, and more. Jump in on a free merengue lesson on the beach during the day, then take your new skills to the clubs in the evening and strut your stuff.
Dining at Casa de Campo is like taking a trip around the world with their Flavors of the World culinary events. For about a week every month, the culinary team join forces with world-renowned chefs to provide guests with a luscious menu featuring dishes from around the globe. The resort also offers a multitude of delicious daily options at their seven on-site restaurants and six bars and lounges with a variety of themes and menus for a memorable experience close to your vacation rental.
If you love the outdoors and want to stay grounded, head to The Tennis Center - also called the Wimbledon of the Caribbean - and perfect your serve on one of the 13 courts. Equestrians will want to head over to the stables and saddle up for a group or individual ride through the stunning terrain, and any marksmen will find the Shooting Center has space for your to work on your aim.
If golf is your passion, all three of the resort's famous courses, designed by World Golf Hall of Fame's Pete Dye, will provide you with enough stunning scenery to mellow you out and with enough of a challenge to keep you on edge. You'll still be dreaming about these verdant courses when you retire in your cozy vacation rental!
Grab a paddleboard or kayak and paddle around offshore. Do some snorkeling for a glimpse at life below the surface, or go a little deeper and head out on a fishing excursion to try your luck at snagging a Blue Marlin, Kingfish, or Barracuda. If you'd rather just kick back, relax, and enjoy the feel of the wind on your face, take a catamaran tour.
Day Trips near Casa de Campo
A visit to Altos de Chavón is a must during your stay at Casa de Campo. Designed in the likeness of a 16th-century Mediterranean village and handcrafted by local artisans, every detail was given consideration, and the result is a sumptuous step back in time. Wander the cobblestone streets and witness the creation of weaving and pottery making. Stop in at The Art Gallery to view works by regional and international artists, and maybe take in a show at the 5,000-seat amphitheater. Marvel at the views of the ocean and Chavón River, and be sure to dip in to the archaeological museum to learn more about this area's captivating history.
If you've made good use of your time at Casa de Campo and want to venture out even farther to explore, a day trip to tourist-friendly Samana
with its whale watching, white sand beaches, and more primitive shoreline might be in order.
However you spend your time in this quintessential tropical paradise, you're sure to leave with a whole new lease on life. And when you stay in one of our Casa de Campo vacation rentals, you'll be assured of a safe and satisfying vacation home away from home.
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