Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic

  • The Caribbean’s most comprehensive resort, set in the heart of La Romana.
  • 7,000-acre hotel, resort, and residential community on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic.
  • A private beach surrounds this replica of a 16th-century European village.
  • Home to Pete Dye’s Teeth of the Dog golf course, the #1 ranked course in the Caribbean.
  • Seven upscale restaurants, six bars, three golf courses, spa, gym, and outdoor pool.

 

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A Hallmark Caribbean Destination

To describe this master-planned resort on the Dominican Republic's southeastern coast as a sprawling estate would be an understatement. More than 7,000 acres make up the grounds that are known as the resort today, all of it former sugar mill property. The Ponderosa-style resort was built in 1975 and is one of the most impressive and well-established resort communities in the Caribbean, containing world-renowned golf architect Pete Dye's Teeth of the Dog course and limitless family-friendly amenities. It's also an exquisite home base to more than 1,700 residences, beach clubs, 70 restaurants, shops and bars. For a coastal getaway with generous amenities and activities, Inspirato Members have met their match.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    La Romana Airport (LRM) or Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ)
  • Average Temperature
    79° F
  • Official Language
    Spanish
  • Currency
    Dominican Peso
  • Time Zone
    Atlantic Time Zone UTC-04:00

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity


  • Altos de Chavón

    Channeling its look and feel from the Mediterranean stylings of eastern Europe, Altos de Chavón is a replica of a 16th century village. Dominican architect Jose Antonio Caro teamed up with Roberto Coppa, an Italian designer and cinematographer and the result is this charming village. With restaurants, shops and more, you can easily spend your afternoon here.

    Amphitheater. Frank Sinatra, Andrea Bocelli, Julio Iglesias and Gloria Estefan are just a few of the talented performers that have graced the stage of Altos de Chavón's 5,000-seat amphitheater. View event information at the website to see upcoming artists. 

    Archaeology Museum. In the center of the village, the archaeology museum appeals to history buffs with its collection of indigenous objects. More than 3,000 pieces tell the story of the Dominican Republic's origins. 

    St. Stanislaus Church. Catholic masses are held several times a week at this quaint stone church. In 1979, Pope John Paul II sent the ashes of patron saint St. Stanislaus to commemorate the church's humble beginnings.

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Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Casa de Campo Vacation

    Your vacation to La Romana will feature mild, warm weather. On average, the temperatures stay consistent with highs in the upper 80s. January is the "coldest" month, dipping only to the lower 70s. In a year's time, temperatures typically range from 69 to 91 degrees.

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Map of Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic

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