I visited Casa de Campo with my family over the holidays and stayed in one of the villas. We had problems several times with check-in, and the resort was poorly organized. There was a pronounced language barrier as well, which made travel a bit difficult. However, the grounds and accommodations were beautiful. The beach is small, and was a bit crowded, but we did visit during the holiday season.
The food at the Le Cirque cafe on the beach was delicious- I ate there three times during our stay. There are a wide variety of activities: water sports, horse lessons and riding, excursions to nearby islands, polo matches, tennis, shooting, and three amazing golf courses. The marina is a beautiful, quiet spot to spend an evening, and a nearby village constructed to look like an Italian coastal town is a livelier spot for nightlife. A golf tip: the Links is the most manageable course, and Dye Fore is the most challenging.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking