Indulge in a luxury Caribbean wellness break at Casa de Campo Resorts & Villas


In association with: Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

The resort’s peaceful rooms, new spa and generous inclusions make for a relaxing stay in the Dominican Republic

Sat on a private beach on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic, overlooking the sparkling blue ocean, Casa de Campo has everything guests need for an incredible escape to the Caribbean.

As the first resort in the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo knows just what your clients are looking for in a wellness-focused stay.

Its stylish rooms, suites and villas and luxurious spa ensure guests will feel rejuvenated and relaxed throughout their holiday. Plus, when they opt for the all-inclusive experience, they’ll be able to try out a range of activities at no extra cost.


Secluded stays

Casa de Campo’s 7,000-acre resort offers accommodation options for all types of guests. The rooms and suites come with private balconies or terraces and a personal golf cart for getting around with ease.

Plus, the new Premier Suites offer guests an elevated level of luxury, with a dedicated reception area as well as bar and lounge areas. A personalised service is also guaranteed to all those who step into the resort, as well as enhanced amenities throughout their stay.

For larger groups or special occasions, villas are the perfect choice, sitting in the resort’s beautiful gardens or on the oceanfront. Each features a private pool and indoor and outdoor living space, along with private breakfasts and a personal concierge.

Guests also have access to an array of facilities throughout their stay, including fitness centre, three swimming pools, kids clubs, and activities including tennis, clay shooting, horseriding and much more.

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Endless adventure

Guests at Casa de Campo have the freedom and privacy to unwind in paradise or experience the wide range of activities on offer. Those at the resort can access the private Minitas Beach, where they can snorkel, paddleboard or kayak.

At the marina, visitors can explore luxury shops, restaurants and a multiplex cinema, or charter yachts and go exploring on fishing and diving excursions.

For some R&R, The Spa at Casa de Campo, which opened last year boasts a hydrothermal circuit, sauna, steam bath and an impressive outdoor pool area with luxurious loungers, along with a treatment menu that includes massages and aromatherapy.

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The resort also has three world-championship golf courses, including Teeth of the Dog, which has been named the best course in the Caribbean, according to a Golf Digest ranking.

Guests will have the world on their plates each day at Casa de Campo’s range of global restaurants, from Caribbean and Mexican classics by the beach, to traditional Italian fare and gourmet food trucks.

But the resort also has its fair share of history too. Right on its edge lies Altos de Chavón, a settlement designed liked a 16th century village, with an amphitheatre at its heart. There’s also an archeological museum, church and shops filled with handcrafted gifts.

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Minitas Beach 3

Why choose all-inclusive?

When upgrading to Casa de Campo’s all-inclusive experience, guests will enjoy some of the finest amenities, including:

  • Meals and snacks at 10 of the resort’s signature restaurants.
  • Unlimited drinks at the range of bars, restaurants and lounges.
  • Unlimited horse riding, use of the fitness centre and non-motorised watersports.
  • One round of clay pigeon shooting per adult, per stay.
  • Daytime activities for children in the kid’s clubs.
  • Personal golf buggy for getting around the resort.

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PICTURES: Gardin gianarlo archideos libri; THIAG0 DA CUNHA

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