Located in the center of beautiful Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic, a gated master planned golf course community of over 1,500+ luxury private homes, three golf courses, twelve restaurants, tennis center, 500 slip marina, hotel and spa. Within the community there is a village center at the marina with a grocery store, movie theater, restaurants, wine shop and many other stores. The resort has over nine miles of beach front.
Our villa is a beautiful modern villa that has recently been renovated from the ground up to include luxury finishes and furnishings. The architecture reflects an exemplary use of space and light, with wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows, cathedral ceilings, and the jewel of the villa—an impressive blue-lit crystal chandelier.
Features 3 bedrooms, each with en suite baths:
Master bedroom with king-sized bed
Guest bedroom with 2 queen-sized beds
Guest bedroom with 2 double beds
All bedrooms feature plush bedding, flat screen TVs, and iPod docking systems.
All bathrooms are tiled with modern glass showers.
Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
Features a large open living space with a dining area, 2 living rooms and an office.
Large dining table seating 8
Cathedral ceilings with an impressive blue-lit crystal chandelier
Large wine cabinet
Great for hosting family dinners
Wall-mounted flat screen TVs
Wrap-around floor to ceiling windows
Access to 2 outdoor patios with views of the resort
State of the art conference phone
High speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the villa, including the pool area
There are 3 outdoor patio areas, featuring:
Large, heated pool
Lounge chairs and sofas
Dining table and chairs
Arrival at Casa de Campo:
The entrance to Casa de Campo is very secure. When you arrive to the gate for the first time, the security guards will confirm that you are the party on the villa guest list before allowing you to pass. After that, the taxi will take you directly to your villa where one of our staff will be there to greet you, introduce the staff and show you the villa.
Once you are settled at the villa, one of our staff will direct you to the Villa Owner’s Club at the hotel where you will need to register as guests of the resort. Each person (except for children ages 0-4) in your party must register and pay a resort registration fee of US$20/night (adults) and US$10/night (children ages 4-12). Each registered guest will receive a guest pass which will give them access to the resort’s many amenities. The guest passes function as a credit card and can be used during your stay to charge food, drinks and other services. At the end of your stay all the charges to the guest passes will be charged to your credit card. When you check out, we recommend that you stop by the Villa Owner’s Club to close your account.
The Villa Owner’s Club will give you maps and daily activity schedules to orient you, and usually has newspapers to keep you posted on the latest international news. Many services are available through the Villa Owner’s Club, including chefs, butlers, child care, catering, etc.
The villa staff is exceptionally hard working and dedicated to your total enjoyment. Tipping is not mandatory but always welcome to the extent that you consider reasonable.
Staff duties are as follows:
He or she will be in charge of planning your meals and cooking breakfast and lunch and, if you require, dinner. There is an additional fee per day for the chef.
He or she will be in charge of serving beverages and meals upon request and running errands, including to the grocery store to purchase food and drinks and generally helping out. There is an additional fee per day for the butler.
Electricity is 110 volts, same as in the United Staets, but is very expensive. Power is four times more than in the US or Europe per kilowatt. Please be midful when you leave your room to turn off the lights and the air conditioning units. We always ask the villa staff to turn off the air conditiong units when you are not in the bedrooms during the daytime. When you go to bed or leave the villa at night, please turn off as many lights as possible.
Cooling the Villa:
It gets hot between April and October. During the day, the heat slowly builds up. We recommend that you open the wrap-around glass doors in the living room to significantly reduce the indoor temperature.
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- Cancellation Policy
Low Season: 650.00 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 5 Nights
High Season: 850.00 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 7 Nights
Holiday Season: 1045.00 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 14 Nights
Rates are in US Funds
||10 minutes to La Romana | 35 minutes to Punta Cana
||Casa de Campo
||7066.00 sq. ft.
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