Casa de Campo Set to Complete $12 Million Renovation

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

One of the leading hotels in the Dominican Republic is set to complete a major $12 million renovation project.

The Casa de Campo Resort and Villas in La Romana is putting the finishing touches on the project, which includes enhancements to the resort’s Golf Learning Center, the Minitas Beach Club and a new meeting and event space.

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The Minitas Beach Club.

The new accommodations and a new family pool will debut Nov. 22, according to a statement from the property.

The room upgrades include complete renovations to 64 rooms, which now feature everything from espresso machines to full-service mini bars.

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An updated room.

The Minitas Beach Club, one of 20 eateries at the property, has lunch and dinner along with private cabanas.

The new golf learning center, which first debuted over the summer, expands what is already one of the region’s most impressive golf offerings, highlighted by the Pete Dye-designed Teeth of the Dog.

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The reception area at the property.

“We are very excited about the new additions to the resort. Our goal is to continuously exceed guest expectations and offer nothing short of world-class facilities. In order to do that, it is paramount that we continue to invest in the resort’s infrastructure and services,” said Jason Kycek, the resort’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Casa de Campo Resort & Villas will be undergoing further exciting enhancements over the next year to uphold our position as one of the world’s leading vacation resorts.”

— CJ


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