Casa de Campo recognised by the World Travel Awards

Casa de Campo recognised by the World Travel Awards Rafael Torres, president of Casa de Campo Resort, left, with World Travel Awards president Graham Cooke

Casa de Campo, the 7,000-acre luxury resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic, is thrilled to announce recent recognitions as the Dominican Republic’s Leading Resort and the Dominican Republic’s Leading Spa Resort at the World Travel Awards.

Celebrating its 21st anniversary this year, the World Travel Awards were established in 1993 to acknowledge excellence in all sectors of the tourism industry.

This year, more than 500,000 individual votes were casted by travel professionals and high-end tourism consumers.

Rafael Torres, new president of Casa de Campo Resort, accepted the two award trophies on behalf of Casa de Campo at World Travel Market in London.

“Knowing the World Travel Awards represent the very best of the hospitality industry, I am honoured to accept these awards on behalf of the entire Casa de Campo resort,” said Torres.

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“These distinctions speak highly of the dedicated resort team, and we are proud to recognize our attentive staff members who surpass guest expectations daily with exceptional service.”

The World Travel Award brand is recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of quality, with winners setting the benchmark to which all others aspire.

As the Dominican Republic’s Leading Resort, Casa de Campo stands out with 185 ultra-luxurious guest room/suite accommodations, 50+ villa home options, and the Sporting Life experience complete with 90 holes of Pete Dye-designed golf, Polo & Equestrian Centre, La Terraza Tennis Club and a 245-acre skeet/trap shooting centre.

Additionally, the Casa de Campo Spa qualifies the resort for the Dominican Republic’s Leading Spa Resort award with its premier services and signature treatments paying homage to the Dominican Republic’s native lands and culture, ranging from utilizing tropical fruits as hydrating wonders to transforming sugar cane from local plantations into exclusory exfoliating treatments.