Casa de Campo Resumes Operations

When a natural disaster like Hurricane Maria occurs, there is what happens, and then there is the difficult time lag where people in a disrupted world struggle to replenish what has been take away from them. Luckily, Hurricanes Irma and Maria did not inflict significant damages at Casa de Campo, the Dominican Republic’s premier resort.

Amid the many safety precautions taken throughout Hurricane Maria, the second storm of the season, the staff at Casa de Campo Resort and Villas has worked efficiently and expeditiously to return operations back to normal. The resort’s unique array of amenities—championship golf courses, tennis courts, equestrian facilities, shooting centers, restaurants, spas, and marinas—is fully functional.

When asked about any damages, Andrés Pichardo Rosenberg, President at Casa de Campo Resort and Villas, responded: “We are pleased to announce that all of our resort amenities and activities are fully reopened and operational. We are thankful we did not sustain any damages, and that our guests can continue to enjoy the full Casa de Campo experience. We appreciate our team’s commitment and dedication to ensure everyone’s safety.”

“Our thoughts and prayers,” he continued, “go out to our neighboring resorts that were devastated from the past hurricanes. We are reaching out to assist in any way that we can.”

During the storms, personnel at Casa de Campo also remained in close contact with the local authorities. They took guidance and directions when needed, with the absolute collaboration of each guest at the resort. Casa de Campo even offered guests shelter options, fully equipped with first aid services, food and beverage, entertainment, and complimentary WiFi.

And for those whose plans were disrupted by the hurricanes, Jason Kycek, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Casa de Campo, has promised a “100% hurricane guarantee,” explaining that he is working closely with industry partners to support the rebooking and refunding process.

“We look forward to having our guests enjoy their time again here with us,” concluded President Pichardo.