Casa de Campo Joins Preferred Hotels

Casa de Campo, a 7,000-acre luxury resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic, reports it has been awarded membership in Preferred Hotels & Resorts, the luxury hotel collection and a brand of Preferred Hotel Group.

Casa de Campo said it is the only property in the country represented by the Preferred Hotels & Resorts brand.


“The Dominican Republic is a key destination for our company and for our guests, so we are thrilled to renew our presence in the country with the addition of Casa de Campo. A destination in its own right, this wonderful property truly exemplifies the Preferred Hotels & Resorts brand, and we look forward to a successful partnership," said Phillip Weghmann, Area Managing Director of Latin American and the Caribbean for Preferred Hotel Group.


Casa de Campo says it targets upscale, luxury clients offering spacious hotel accommodations and villa homes. The resort offers 90 holes of Pete Dye-designed golf, 245-acre Skeet/Trap Shooting Center, La Terrazza Tennis Club, Polo & Equestrian Club and a 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club. 

Additional attractions include five-star The Beach Club by Le Cirque, Casa de Campo Spa and its own artists’ village, Altos de Chavon, modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean city with a 5,000-seat Grecian-style amphitheater inaugurated by Frank Sinatra
.

Members of Preferred Hotels & Resorts receive support through a portfolio of business solutions, which include distribution services worldwide, technology solutions, an international sales team, strategic communications and marketing support. Casa de Campo bookings will soon be available on Preferred Hotel Group’s website, the company said.
Preferred Hotels & Resorts is a brand of Preferred Hotel Group, that represents more than 650 hotels and resorts in over 85 countries.  

Visit  www.preferredhotels.com.

 

Suggested Articles:

Direct flights from the East Coast of the United States to Australia got a step closer this week, among a number of other new developments in air travel. Here’…

From expedition cruises to hotels to air travel, it’s been another busy week for executive appointments in the travel industry. Here’s what you need to know.

More than half of the world is not getting enough sleep, according to the latest relaxation report from Princess Cruises and Wakefield Research. Here’s more…