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Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has inaugurated new suites, a Premier Club, and a modern spa as part of the first phase of a multi-stage expansion project, with a total investment exceeding 90 million dollars.

The opening ceremony was led by the President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader Corona; Minister of Tourism, David Collado; Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, Zurab Pololikashvili; President of Casa de Campo Resort, Andrés Pichardo Rosenberg; and the key executives of Central Romana Corporation, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Alfonso Fanjul, Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors, José “Pepe” Fanjul; Executive Vice President of Central Romana, Ramón Menéndez; Executive Vice President of Central Romana, Pepe Fanjul Jr.; Vice President of Administration of Central Romana, Eduardo Martínez-Lima Gonzalvo; and Vice President of Administration of Central Romana, Leo Matos.

“With these new facilities, we are expanding the luxury tourism offering that our country provides while fulfilling the vision of our shareholders at Central Romana Corporation to increase the value and quality of our resort. This affirms that our exclusive range of services satisfies the demands of the most discerning visitors, establishing us as a benchmark tourist destination,”

Andrés Pichardo in his keynote speech.

The new spacious suite rooms overlook the golf course and are equipped with the latest technology and amenities for the well-being and enjoyment of visitors.

The spa center features world-class facilities and amenities, including a hydrotherapy area, specialized treatment cabins, relaxation areas, a Juice Bar, and an exclusive VIP Suite.

The Premier Club is a private lounge that offers personalized service and exclusive amenities to guests staying in the new suites.

Implementing this project will generate hundreds of jobs, directly benefiting the residents of La Romana province and the country’s eastern region.

Additional Facilities

The second and third phases of the renowned hotel’s expansion project also include the construction of new suites, two restaurants, a recreational area for children and teenagers, a bar, grill and two pools.

Furthermore, a Golf Clubhouse will be built overlooking the renowned “Teeth of the Dog” golf course and the Caribbean Sea. The new Clubhouse will feature an iconic sports store/ProShop, an elegant restaurant, and a sports bar.

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas is the most comprehensive resort in the Caribbean, boasting five golf courses designed by the renowned architect Pete Dye. Its sports facilities include the largest Sporting Clays facility in the region, three polo fields, an equestrian center, thirteen tennis courts, and two paddle courts. The resort’s Minitas beach club, the artistic village of Altos de Chavón, and La Marina are also key tourist attractions.

Please find below a gallery of photos taken by Mairobi Herrera and Juan Carlos Polanco during the inauguration ceremony on Monday, May 15th.