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Huge. Picturesque. Well kept. Expensive. A large gated resort with a few hotels and hundreds of villas, yacht club, cigar factory, amphitheatre, private beach, golf, cinema and what not. Access only for registered guests and this is strictly enforced - passport control, computerized checks, tracking by pre-approved invitation number etc. Once inside, it is a whole new world, drastically different from much of the rest of the country.
During our stay at Bavaro Beach, we took a tour to visit Casa de Campo Resort and Villas and were enchanted. Planning to stay here during our next travel. Also all inclusive, Casa de Campo Resort and Villas offers a range of hotel rooms to ensure comfort and style while visiting the Dominican Republic. We visited the Golf Lodge Rooms, close enough to the courses to provide great comfort. Elite Suites are for large families. Each room is equipped with luxury amenities and features. The front desk / concierge is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The offerings: - Complimentary 4-passenger personal golf cart High-speed wireless Internet Private terrace or balcony Minibar Espresso/coffee maker Consider making the Dominican Republic a destination of choice!
Safest I have ever felt outside of the US. 7000 acre resort, it's literally a private city. You never have to leave the property. Beaches, 4 golf courses (one of them world renowned), sightseeing, one of the most amazing marinas in the world, horseback riding, skeet shooting, golf cart rentals, luxury hotels, vacation rentals, golf villas, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, shopping, supermarket, water sports, beach club, celebrity sightings and much, much more. All that plus the resort can arrange and carry out dozens of tours for you.
We just got back from 6 nights at Casa De Campo and already we are talking about returning there. We both travel a lot but the all-inclusive package here is like nowhere else on earth. We didn't have a single bad culinary experience in the entire trip. Every night was special and memorable. Corners aren't cut, it's a genuine all-inclusive 5 star resort. Definitely get the all-inclusive option if you want a completely worry and stress free holiday! We will be back.
Casa de Campo (Spanish for "Country House") is a Ponderosa-style tropical seaside resort in La Romana on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic. It was developed in 1975 by Gulf+Western on 7,000 acres (28 km2) of its Central Romana sugar mill's land.
Beware of all inclusive package... it's worth every penny but know where you can and can't use it. Tipping is expected so expect to be treated well if you tip well.. if not...well I don't know because I did. Food was great. Activities are plentiful and well staffed. Security was everywhere and very helpful. Villas are beautiful but ours had some upgrade (lack of) issues. Do your research on the country and customs before going because it's definitely different than US. Be careful on golf carts people drive like idiots in cars and trucks (very little traffic controls).
Beautiful little village, you can go there to get married, to get some food or drinks. The view is amazing. But it's pretty expensive, if you go alone you have to pay 25$ for the entry. But if you are into photography it's really a must go. If you are near make sure to check it out.
For the feel of a tropical island resort with beautiful beaches, top golf course designs, amenities like horseback riding and skeet shooting accompanied with elaborate dining experiences at multiple sites, Casa de Campo exceeds the expectation. Pete Dye produced arguably some of his best here. Teeth of the Dog is so exhilarating with the holes along the ocean, yes. But the Links, Dye Fore up by the Altos de Chavon village (this is worth the trip alone) and the underrated La Romana CC. I shall return!
Very luxurious place. the scenery the food the drinks were fantastic, the locals were very friendly and courteous they did their utmost to accommodate your needs. The only problem I had was with the hotel front desk. If you book a room there make sure you get what you are paying for
Very nice place if you like the natural green - forest like - environment and the amazing views , plus the amphitheatre which is great... BE CAREFUL, THERE IS A US$25 FEE AT THE ENTRANCE FOR EVERYONE!!!
Great golf, staff is easy to understand. No hitches at all. Only quirk is the gps in the golf carts...not a very well thought out system. Otherwise, top notch ask the way. Good for relaxing.
I have mixed feelings about this resort. Great staff, service, and a memorable golf course. The restaurants were all good to great. Really loved the new beach club. I felt the resort did not handle our room reservation well and felt they tried to upcharge us every step of the way. We went all inclusive. This place could be a 5 if they just simplified the experience and treated everything as all inclusive and made the upcharge aspects obvious. I like to assume positive intent, but it happens often enough where you feel on edge.
I visited Casa de Campo with 17 other family members for 10 days, to include Christmas Eve & Day. We stayed in a large home with staff to cook and maintain the property. They worked well, however we had difficulty communicating with them as they do not speak any English and we don't speak any Spanish. Other employees throughout the resort speak English, so we got by everywhere else. Some of the shops will provide a currency conversion to DR pesos, but they also accept US dollars (I'm not sure about other currency). Altos de Chavon is gorgeous and unique, with boutiques, touristy shops, art, and delicious restaurants. The beach is relaxing, but arrive early if you expect it to be a busy day.
The weather in February has been perfect every day. The pool is relaxing. The beach is beutiful with great service and delicious food. I love having a golf cart to get around. This resort is huge and fabulous.