Guest Rooms 185
Kings/Suites/Doubles 111 / 12 / 70
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
Ideal Group Size 250
Max Group Size 350
Resort Fee 10%
Room Tax incl.
Sales Tax 18%
La Romana International Airport
5 min 5 miles (9 km)
Punta Cana Airport
45 min 45 miles (73 km)
Santo Domingo Airport
60 min 45 miles (92 km)
Capturing the charisma, character and warmth of the Dominican culture, Casa de Campo encompasses 7,000 verdant acres, offering privacy for the affluent and the promise of pure personalization. This discreet enclave has been a favored escape for the world’s financial moguls, politicians and Hollywood’s elite since it began.
Beach escapes become more invigorating through play. White-sand beaches and clear blue waters surround La Romana; but at Casa de Campo, there are even more places for games. 90 holes of golf created by celebrated course designer Pete Dye challenge you. 13 impeccable fast-dry Har-Tru tennis courts, three polo playing fields and a comprehensive 245-acre shooting facility await your test. But our legendary golf resort offers more than great sports.
The carefree spirit of Casa de Campo has a certain magic when it comes to satisfying groups. It is as though everyone shares the same thoughts and ideas – new friendships are made, teamwork is strengthened, bonds are forged over memories that will last a lifetime.
Our meeting facilities include two state-of-the-art Conference Centers with over 15,000 square feet of meetings space, a ballroom, boardrooms, outdoor courtyard space, flawless beaches, lush gardens, restaurant- and club-style venues, villa homes, plazas and a 5,000 seat amphitheater. Countless other unique locations can be configured for intimate settings as small as 10 guests or gatherings of 500 or more. Legendary personalized service and attention to detail combine to set Casa de Campo apart from all other Caribbean resorts and the rest of the world. Incentives, corporate meetings, family reunions, sales trips, celebratory gatherings – they’ll all feel right at home at Casa.
On-site entertainment ranges from dancing to first-run movies to live shows and concerts by international artists at the 5,000-seat amphitheater at Altos de Chavon (inaugurated in 1982 by Frank Sinatra). Guests also enjoy a fascinating display of Dominican artifacts at the resort’s Museum of Archaeology. Popular group excursions include sunset catamaran cruises, daylong trips to exclusive or uninhabited beaches, tours of the largest handmade-cigar factory in the world, and guided treks to see the pre-Columbian paintings at the Maravillas Caves.