Casa de Campo Offers 15 Percent Commission Through October

Teeth of the Dog golf course at Casa de Campo. // Photo courtesy of Casa de Campo

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic has launched a “Mi Casa Es Tu Casa” campaign that aims to benefit both agents and their clients. 

Advisors who book clients at the resort for travel now through the end of October will receive 15 percent commission and a $100 resort credit gifted to clients on their behalf on stays of four nights or longer.

Nightly agent rates from $99 (room only), or $149 per person inclusive of all meals and beverages by the glass, plus activities such as horseback riding and the shooting range.


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The package also includes a round of cocktails at the new and exclusive Minitas Beach Club. Also, the “Pick-Your-Perk” option allows agent to choose a free gift for their clients. Options include a round on the Teeth of the Dog golf course; a spa treatment or a day trip to Catalina Island, a private island offering on-the-beach dining and water sports.

Agents can make reservations by calling 855-877-3643 or by emailing [email protected].

Flavors of the World

Another option at the resort to recommend to clients is Casa de Campo’s culinary series, "Flavors of the World." All of the chefs participating in the series come from the top 50 restaurants in Latin America

Flavors of the World runs through November and is priced from $399 nightly, inclusive of accommodations for two nights, daily breakfast, a specially prepared chef’s tasting menu and resort amenities, including WiFi, access to the fitness center and  night club access, for two people.


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