Adventure-Seekers Revive the Classic Sporting Life at Dominican Republic’s Casa de Campo


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Adventure-Seekers Revive the Classic Sporting Life at Dominican Republic’s Casa de Campo

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- News on the Net  Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—Rekindling the classic flair for adventure, Casa de Campo invites families to put the thrill of sport back into the spotlight with “Sporting Life,” available for booking now until June 30 (for travel May 1 – Oct. 30), starting at $1,075 per villa, per night.* Discovering the “Country Club of the Caribbean,” guests receive a $500 resort credit applying toward on-site sporting adventures at any of Pete Dye’s three golf courses (including famed Teeth of the Dog), the Polo & Equestrian Club, 245-acre Shooting Center, or La Terrazza Tennis Center.

Sporting Life

  • Available for booking now – June 30, for travel May 1 – Oct. 30
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  • Starting at $1,075 per villa, per night*
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  • $500 credit for use at sports clubs
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  • Private maid and butler service
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  • Fresh fruit and Dominican rum upon arrival
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  • Excel Concierge (one per villa)

Spread over 7,000 verdant acres on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, the luxurious Casa de Campo resort is truly a legend unto itself in the island nation. Sport aficionados run wild with everything from 63 holes of Pete Dye-designed golf on famed Teeth of the Dog (7,471 yards; seven holes hugging the Caribbean Sea), Dye Fore or Links, and skeet/trap shooting at the 245-acre Shooting Center, to horseback riding through tropical trail rides at the Polo & Equestrian Club and tennis matches at La Terrazza Tennis Center – the “Best Tennis Facility,” as named by United States Professional Tennis Registry.

While relaxing in a multi-bedroom villa home, restful adventurers enjoy private maid and butler service from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., offering personalized services including light laundering, bartender services, light cooking, packing and unpacking. Welcome amenities prepared in the villa range from fresh fruits and Dominican rum, to an assortment of snacks, drinks and treats.

Additional draws include relaxing spa treatments at The Casa de Campo Spa; 350-slip Marina & Yacht Club, five-star dining at Beach Club by Le Cirque and Altos de Chavon, a cultural city modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean village boasting a 5,000-seat Grecian-style amphitheater that hosts international touring concerts.

For ease of arrival, the resort’s Casa de Campo / La Romana International Airport (LRM) is just eight minutes from check-in and is serviced by: JetBlue Airways twice weekly direct flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK); American Airlines with daily non-stop service from Miami International Airport (MIA) and American Eagle twice weekly service from San Juan, Puerto Rico. A quick 45-minute drive, Santo Domingo International Airport (SDQ) and Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) operate daily direct flights from all major U.S. airports.

For more information on Casa de Campo – a member of the Leading Hotels of the World – contact your preferred travel agent, call 1-800-877-3643, visit casadecampo.com.do or follow all the action on Facebook.com/casadecamporesort or on Twitter at @casadecampo.



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