Best Ocean Front Condo in All of Casa de Campo
From $133 / night
|Per night:||$250 - $800|
|Per week:||$1,500 - $5,040|
Pets allowed: Yes
Our condo is fully equipped with everything you'll need to get yourself started upon arrival including: towels, sheets, soaps, shampoo, hairdryers, tissue & paper etc
Also, our kitchen is always stocked with the basics to allow you to arrive care free of forgetting anything for cooking i.e. basic oils to all your basic seasoning ingredients. It has tons of equipments, plate-ware and flatware everything a gourmand would require to cook and entertain as our dinning room can host 8 people comfortably.
Literally just steps away from our condo is the only supermarket inside of Casa de Campo and it features pretty much everything you will need during your stay including imported beef to the second floors wine and liquor section which offers a great selection of international wines.
Pharmacy, 5 banks/atm's, salons-spa, restaurants, bars, golf cart & scooter rental shop, bicycle rental shop, ice cream shop, shopping, movie theaters, fishing, yacht club & sailing club are all literally a few steps away from our condo.
All other main attractions in Casa de Campo are only a few minutes away including: Minitas beach, Altos de Chavon, golf, tennis, dozens of pools, our equestrian center & polo fields, spas, gyms, shooting center & helipad.
Big isn't necessarily better, but here it fits. This place is so huge you need a golf cart to get around its 7,000 acres. If you love golf, you'll think you've Dye-d and gone to heaven: Famed course designer Pete Dye has concocted three beauties, one of which, the fearsomely named Teeth of the Dog, is consistently ranked the best in the Caribbean. Not too shabby either are The Links, a Scotland-like course of rugged hills and rolling vistas, and Dye Fore, perched atop the Chavon River bluffs.
One of the most spectacular and unique features of Casa de Campo is Altos de Chavon, a magnificently replicated 16th-century Mediterranean village sitting high above the Chavon River. The village features a Grecian-style amphitheater, the gorgeous Saint Stanislaus church (available for weddings) and a variety of stores, galleries and an archaeological museum.
Thee Casa de Campo Marina and Yacht Club is reminiscent of an Italian seaport, particularly Piazza Portofino, the sweeping, open plaza at its heart. There are villas and townhouse apartments here, a sailing school, and all sorts of marine activities with more than 11 restaurants & bars.
Dining at sunset in the Caribbean doesn't get any more picturesque than at the resort's Le Cirque restaurant right on the beach. The food is fabulous: Chef Paul Scordino, of New York's famed Le Cirque, oversees all cuisine at the resort. Linger on the beach for drinks, maybe a fine Cuban and some relaxed conversation.
About the owner
|Jan 07 2017||Apr 30 2017||$300||$350||$1,800||$7,000||2 Nights|
|Jan 11 2017||Apr 30 2018||$300||$350||$1,800||$7,000||2 Nights|
|May 01 2017||Oct 31 2017||$250||$300||$1,575||$6,000||2 Nights|
|Nov 01 2017||Dec 14 2017||$250||$300||$1,500||$4,000||2 Nights|
|Dec 15 2017||Jan 10 2018||$700||$800||$5,040||$20,000||4 Nights|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: Refundable Damage Deposit $500 Rate 2 persons occupation, additional Guests 30 USD per night.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Exit Cleaning fee $85|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in La Romana, East, Dominican Republic
Marina view spectacular
Des Moines, Iowa
Marina view spectacular
April 20, 2016
The location is fantastic as you can sit on the balcony off the living room and watch the Marina action of Casa de Campo. In the evening we only needed to walk out our door and had many restaurants from which to choose and after our stroll through the marina we were right back at home in the apartment. The apartment is tastefully designed and decorated. The way it faces you get the pleasant ocean breezes throughout the house. Coffee in the morning as you watch the area awake is an experience you don't want to miss.