Casa De Campo (5*)

Large as a city itself, the 7,000 acre Casa de Campo features renowned golf courses designed by Pete Dye, a full-service marina, full-service spa, shooting center, 16th-century–style village, and equestrian center with riding, jumping, and polo


Hotel Details

  • 7000 acre property
  • polo complex
  • 20 restaurants
  • 15 bars and lounges
  • fitness centre
  • hair salon
  • night club
  • three golf courses
  • tennis courts
  • spa
  • shooting club
  • marina village
  • two large pools


Room Features

Elite Room:

  • balcony or patio
  • one king or two double beds
  • 42” flat screen TV
  • Blu-ray Disk player
  • dual dock for iPod and iPhone
  • mini-bar with espresso coffee machine
  • large walk-in closet with safe deposit box
  • luxury bath amenities
  • separate bathroom with glass-enclosed shower
  • one 4-passenger touring cart
  • max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults and 1 child


Elite Suites:

  • located on the second floor
  • all the amenities of Elite Room plus:
  • king bed
  • master bath with whirlpool and separate glass enclosed shower
  • adjacent living area with a seating arrangement of sofas and chairs
  • an additional LCD 42" TV
  • dining table for six
  • second patio and a half-bath
  • max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults and 1 child



  • The Beach Club by Le Cirque – located on private Minitas Beach, here guests can enjoy the tropical breezes and breathtaking views as they dine on delicious seafood, grilled meats, pasta, fresh salads and side dishes along with amazing desserts
  • La Caña by Il Circo – features Mediterranean cuisine specialties prepared by chefs from the noted Circo restaurants in New York and Las Vegas
  • La Piazzetta – gourmet Italian restaurant featuring antipasto selections, home-made pasta dishes and authentic main courses
  • Lago Grill – an open-air eatery with breakfast and lunch buffets overlooking the Teeth of the Dog´s 18th hole and the Caribbean Sea, open seasonally
  • 19th Hole – popular for relaxing and recharging after a day of driving, chipping and putting in the sun
  • La Casita Restaurant – serves succulent seafood specialties, fine Spanish cuisine, a variety of tapas, sumptuous deserts and refreshing in a waterfront seating
  • Chinois – features pan-Asian flavors, sample Cantonese specialties, Japanese sushi, sashimi and other Oriental dishes
  • Gino In Trastevere– open daily for lunch and dinner except for Wednesday, the restaurant serves
  • One Burger – features a basic, yet gourmet  burger made of only the finest high quality ingredients
  • Le Boulanger – serves deli-style sandwiches, entrees, salads, pizzas, traditional Dominican and international desserts and more
  • Peperoni – offers a choice of the formal dining room, or under a canopy outside for a slightly less formal experience
  • Pizzeria Ristorante Limoncello – features Italian and Mediterranean cuisine including homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and its signature wood oven pizza
  • Onno´s Bar – offers an amazing array of Tapas and delicious cuisine in a casual ambiance
  • Papa Jacks Bar & Restaurant – presents an affordable light menu with fabulous fresh snacks in a unique open air dining experience overlooking the Chavon River
  • Il Pistakio Ice Cream Shop & Bar – perfect for sweet afternoon or evening treat



  • variety of watersports – from deep-sea fishing to fresh-water angling sailing, kayaking, and snorkeling
  • 13 well-maintained, fast-dry Har-Tru tennis courts, 10 of them lighted
  • shooting
  • equestrian
  • spa


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic, is a highly cultural city that has the greatest number of museums in the Caribbean. From the Museum of Dominican Man to the Rum Museum, they are a great way to get familiar with the local culture. Also, there is a daily Chu Chu Colonial train that offers a cultural and educational tour of the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo.
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.