Paolo Chiasera is one of four very talented artists who, thanks to the Davidoff Art Initiative Residency, came to live in Altos in Chavón. Last Friday, March 18th, he and three students from the School of Art and Design, Michele Saiz, William III and Aimee Morales opened a joint exhibit!
The new issue of CasaLife has just arrived in Casa de Campo, showing on her cover a breathtaking view to the sea from the 85-meter yacht “Ottantacinque” by Pininfarina!
It happened we witnessed the finals of the Gold Cup of Dominican Polo challenge 2016. Cinque Terre played Lechuza!
The whales are going home soon! Did you have a chance to see them? If not, this is the last chance to do so this year.
The days of sipping mimosas and snacking on pastelitos by the pool are upon us. We’ve waited long and hard for spring break to finally arrive and we aren’t taking any chances. Our bags are packed and we’ve got just what you need to plan your Easter Break in Casa!
A couple of weeks ago we announced that the MIR Bazaar will begin the 1st of April and with it the traditional fashion show as well as the Sugar Tournament hosted by Alfy Fanjul, but that is not all you will be able to do over the weekend. The Fundación MIR has prepared a tour […]
Earlier this month we celebrated international women’s day, and there are so many women here in Casa De Campo who are worth recognizing. Many of them are role models and are truly inspirational. I had a privilege to talk with Natalia Turchina who is a professional athlete that played for the National Ukrainian handball team. […]
Overlooking the Chavón River and boasting the best views of the Saint Stanislaus Church in Altos de Chavón, in under a year Café Marietta has become the must-visit dining spot for those looking for casual and well crafted Italian dishes that hit the comfort food spot. Self-identified as a Tratto Pub, Marietta is faithful to […]
We come bearing good news for all cigar lovers; the day for the Cigar Country Benefit is upon us!
Have you heard the good news? Chinois reopened last month! Since I am very new to Casa de Campo, it was my first dinner there. I am a big lover of Asian cuisine and was very much looking forward to it.
As most of you know, people who graduate from the Altos de Chavón School of Design are considered Chavoneros. The students that come to Chavón love what they do and they love it so much that they are willing to spend sleepless nights in order to finish assignments set to them by the talented teachers […]