Casa Cares

last month, Casa de Campo reopened its 7,000-acre paradise to guests following months of reconfiguring the grounds to adhere to new safety protocols. Upon returning to work, all staff members will be screened for the coronavirus daily, and wear custom Casa de Campo face masks at all times. The gated community, already known for its unrivaled security, has implemented a Casa Cares program that focuses on its commitment to safety and privacy as the world manages the ongoing threat of COVID-19. The extra steps include a trained Cleanliness Task Force that monitors the new protocols, enhanced and frequent sanitation throughout the resort, cashless transactions at restaurants, bars, and check-in, and Plexiglass barriers at all counters. Guests will be screened upon arrival and be provided with a package consisting of a face mask, disinfectant wipes, and hand sanitizer. These changes have allowed the resort to run business as usual (while following physical distancing guidelines), so all the activities that keep guests returning each year can still be enjoyed.

Check-in at Casa de Campo (Photos courtesy of Casa de Campo)
Teeth of the Dog

Families can enjoy the new family pool at Minitas Beach, play tennis, saddle-up at the Equestrian Center, or explore the shops and lively restaurants like Chilango at Altos de Chavón, the replica 16th century Mediterranean village. Plus, if you book an all inclusive package through October 31st, up to two kids stay, eat, and play for free. Ideal for a “guys’ getaway,” the resort features four championship golf courses, including the world-renowned Teeth of the Dog, and a shooting center with trap, skeet, sporting clays, and a live pigeon ring. Couples seeking a romantic getaway can lounge at one of the many pools, rejuvenate at the spa, enjoy dinner beachside at Minitas Beach Club, or a candlelit meal at the Italian La Piazzetta. There’s truly something for everyone to enjoy.

Minitas Beach
Updated safety measures at the Golf Center

Casa de Campo also boasts many luxury villas for longterm stays—in both garden and oceanfront settings—offering a safe sanctuary for people who have been given the green light to continue to work from home. Although each has its own unique characteristics, all are staffed with dedicated butlers, private pools, and are available for long-term stays—creating the ultimate quarantine lifestyle in the sunny Caribbean. 

An oceanfront villa