Casa De Campo Resort & Villas Partners with Wheels Up

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has announced a partnership with private aviation company Wheels Up. The collaboration will offer exclusive benefits to Wheels Up members and guests of Casa de Campo, including opportunities to fly private, access VIP car transfers, receive VIP concierge services and enjoy complimentary rounds of golf on the Teeth of the Dog Golf Course, among others.

Guests of Casa de Campo can access Wheels Up membership benefits by booking one of five specialty villas, which will entitle them to receive a complimentary one-year Wheels Up Connect Membership. Additional benefits for villa guests will include a $500 resort credit, complimentary roundtrip airport transfers from La Romana airport, VIP concierge services, Wheels Up welcome amenities and two complimentary rounds of golf. Existing Wheels Up members making reservations at Casa de Campo will receive all the amenities listed above, besides an opportunity to have a half-day VIP Catalina Island experience.

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The property, which is located in La Romana city of the Dominican Republic, is also set to unveil several investment projects in 2022. The announcement regarding the partnership follows Casa de Campo’s newly introduced “Safe Travels Voyager Protection Plan,” also designed to help resort guests travel with peace of mind. Created in partnership with Gowrie Group and AeroMD, this first-to-market plan brings 100 percent trip cancellation coverage, on-island primary medical care and quarantine coverage along with AeroMD’s medical evacuation services. Guests will have the option of adding this protection plan to their reservation, which covers cancellations for any reason.

For more information, email [email protected].

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