One of a kind architectural landmark in Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic.
The curves of the sea and the warm breezes of the Caribbean inspired this modern interpretation of a villa in the tropics by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres. The purity of these elements and the clean lines with which they relate to one another reinforce the image and precise personality of this villa. Torres’ design allows the breezes of the sea to give form to composition of the volumes, embracing a fresh and light ambience filled with pure energy. You can almost feel the Caribbean wind sweeping up the sloped ceilings and curving the stone walls.
The architectural form is the centerpiece of this house, rather than furnishings or decorations. Out of this simplicity the architecture itself is born. The first impression of the house is a presentational wall that rises of the ground. This wall protects the house, while also allowing for the development of the ample open spaces beside it. These spaces are connected with two terraces, one a pool of water, and the other the Caribbean Sea in all its beauty. Each room in the house enjoys a dramatic balance, resting between sweeping walls of stone, breathtaking views of the Caribbean, and pools of cool water floating between the spaces.
When entering the villa through a narrow path, welcomes the visitor welcomed with coconut palms with curved trunks, green carpets of diverse plants, and scarce brushes of bold colors. In the back area, minimalist landscaping gives way to complement the white sand that slides towards the aqua blue of the sea. At the intersection of the green lawn, white sand, and deep blue ocean, a sea water swimming pool is integrated delicately and naturally, creating an experience for the swimmer to feel as if they are once within and above the ocean.
Using minimal natural materials, such as coralline and ipe wood, Torres has created a house filled with sensation. The ambiance of the house shifts dramatically with the sun from dawn to dusk, and awaits romantic nights lit by stars and candlelight.
6,902 m2 LOT. 1,200 m2 CONST. 1 large Master Suite with build in steam bath, and gymnasium. 5 guest bedrooms. All facing the sea. Top of the line spacious ARCLINEA Kitchen by Italian Designer Antonio Citterio. Water mirrors throughout the villa.
Casa de Campo Resort Access fee:
Children below 10 years old do not require resort registration. Each person registered will receive an ID card, which will detail the dates of their stay. This ID card will grant the individual named on the card access to the resort, as well as the various facilities including: Access to Equestrian Center, Access to Shooting Center, Access to Tennis courts, Access to Cygalle Healing Spa, Access to golf courses and advance tee times reservations at applicable rates. Use of fitness center at villa Owner’s preferential rates, Use of towels and chaise lounges at the pool in the main hotel area and Minitas beach, Use of courtesy internal hotel guests transportation, access to discounts, special offers and promotions for private rental guests in hotel’s restaurants, sport facilities and activities and access to the services of Central Romana Medical Center. At the end of your stay all the charges to the ID card will be charged to your credit card.
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- Booking Terms
High Season: 6325 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 7 Nights
Low Season: 6000 USD per night + Tax Minimum Stay Required: 5 Nights
Rates are in US Funds.
||10 minutes to La Romana & 35 minutes to Punta Cana International Airport
||Casa de Campo
||Casa de Campo
||7066.00 sq. ft.
The Need To Know
50% Deposit at time of reservation. Final payment due 90 days prior to arrival. All deposits are final and non-
refundable. We accept cheque or bank transfer to our TICO Travel Industry Trust Account.
All Christmas and New Years “Festive Season” Reservations booked between December 14-January 10 are
TICO Registration 50020221 / 50020229