- Casa de Campo
Chances are, if you’ve been keeping up with the Kardashians, you know that the famous family stayed at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic. But Casa de Campo is more than a respite for the rich and famous – as one of the best sporting resorts in the world, it’s offering its guests the opportunity to get away with family and friends to create their own 2012 summer games in the Caribbean.
Enjoy their luxurious accommodations, world-class sports facilities and 5-star meals while following the actual games on big screens displayed throughout the resort. When you’re not following the official Olympic Games, Casa de Campo’s summer inclusive package includes sporting adventures such as tennis, horseback riding, skeet shooting, 63 holes of legendary golf on 3 Pete Dye-designed courses, and an array of water sports ranging from freshwater fishing and kayaking along the Chavon River (backdrop to 1979 film, Apocalypse Now!), to deep-sea fishing in the Caribbean Sea and sailing at the 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club. Guests work with preferred travel professionals or the resort’s concierge service to personalize their adventure itinerary.
- La Romana, Dominican Republic
Casa Summer Exclusive
Travel through Sept. 30, starting at $219/night, per person; double occupancy
Two kids (ages 12 and under) stay, eat and play FREE; extra child $56/night
Casa for Families
Travel through Sept. 30 starting at $295/night — 50% off guaranteed adjoining hotel room
Two kids (ages 12 and under) stay, eat and play FREE when parents ask for the Inclusive Supplement option.
Between rounds of friendly competition, lounge in lush beach cabanas, relax with soothing spa treatments or enjoy a massage in the privacy of your hotel room. After catching your breath at the spa, explore Altos de Chavon – the 16th-century Mediterranean village replica built entirely by hand with stone and iron, with cobblestone streets set on a plateau high above the meandering Chavon River filled with art galleries, museums, boutiques and restaurants.
You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to enjoy the thrill of competition – even if the competition is just who can have the most fun in a single vacation.