Unforgettable Luxury at the Caribbean Resort of Casa de Campo
Guests at the Caribbean resort have freed access to 63 holes of Pete Dye designed golf: on the famed Teeth of the Dog (18 holes/ 7 that hug the Caribbean Sea), the gargantuan Dye Fore with 27 holes and the newly transformed Links course – reopening April 1, 2012 after a total transformation.
Beyond the golf greens, this luxury Caribbean resort is also home to horseback riding through tropical trail rides at the Equestrian Center; a Polo Club with championship chukkers over three fields; skeet/trap shooting at the 245-acre Shooting Center; a 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club for fishing excursions and sailing; relaxing spa treatments at The Casa de Campo Spa; five star dining at a variety of restaurants including the Beach Club by Le Cirque; private beaches; and the amazing Altos de Chavon – created entirely by hand of iron and stone in the 1970s modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean village.
Altos de Chavon is home to museums, boutiques, restaurants, the Church of St. Stanislaus, Emilio Robba boutique featuring the works of local artisans handmade in the artisan workshops; the Altos de Chavon School Design and 5,000-seat Grecianstyle amphitheatre that hosts international touring concerts.
The luxury Caribbean resort is also a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World.
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