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The Dominican Republic’s Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has unveiled a Premier Club at its 7,000-acre luxury retreat, which promises to provide its guests with “an unprecedented level of privacy and exclusivity,” said the resort’s s.v.p. Jason Kycek in a press statement. Booking for the new Premier Club will be available in December. 

“Featuring both indoor and outdoor areas, Premier Club guests will be able to maintain autonomy that is exclusive only to guests staying in our new suites,” said Kycek. 

There are 58 suites in the Premier Club at Casa de Campo: 26 Premier Junior Suites with King Size Beds, 27 Premier Junior Suites with Double Beds, four Premier 1-Bedroom Suites, and one 3-bedroom Premier Presidential Suite. Each offers personalized service that comes with the new Premier Club, plus exclusive amenities such as a Premier 4-person golf cart for getting around the resort, private concierge service, pillow and aromatherapy menus and nightly turndown service.    

Premier Suites and Junior Premier Suites have private balconies or terraces, 55’’ and 65’’ Smart TVs with international cable and streaming channels, full-size premium wet-bar and beverages, bathroom with rain shower and tub, selection of artisanal gourmet coffees and teas and access to the fitness center. 

The 3-bedroom Premier Presidential Suite, located on the second floor, is ideal for larger families or those traveling with security because guests can opt to book the floor’s two additional rooms and have the entire floor to themselves. The spacious suite features a family/living room, dining room table that seats up to eight, full kitchen with separate staff entrance and private office area, 75’’ Smart TVs with international cable and streaming channels, oversized bathroom amenities and space to entertain up to 20 people.  

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas’ vast complex boasts 247 hotel rooms and suites, 50 villas with patios, pools and gardens, eight restaurants, two food trucks, seven bars and lounges, plus its very own nightclub. Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to activities, from getting in a couple rounds of golf at the Teeth of the Dog course—one of three golf courses at the site—and practicing your backhand on one of the property’s 13 tennis courts to horseback riding or playing polo at the equestrian center and trying your hand at skeet and pigeon rings at the 245-acre shooting center.

If water sports are your client’s thing, guests at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas can go deep sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and sailing or just relax at the private Minitas Beach or lounge around one of the three pools, including a family pool. There is also a full service spa and a yacht club and marina.

Altos de Chavon, a replica of a 16th-century Mediterranean village set within the grounds of Casa de Campo, has a movie theater, boutiques, art galleries, a museum, a church and a 6,000-seat amphitheater. 

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