Start with Teeth of the Dog, then work your way over to Dye Fore and The Links.
Los Altos Condo Residences Casa de Campo
Short Drive to Altos de Chavon Mediterranean-Style Village
Short Drive to Minitas Beach
On-Site Equestrian Center
On-Site Golf Course
On-Site Tennis Complex
8 Infinity Pools, Hot Tubs
Poolside BBQ Grills
Well-Equipped Fitness Center and Zen Pool
On-Site Full Service Spa
Grocery Delivery Service
On-Site Laundry Facilities
Dog Friendly Resort
About the Resort
Stroll the vast, manicured resort grounds with your sweetheart.
An exclusive, golf-centric resort within Casa de Campo La Romana, Los Altos Condo Residences caters to the visored, cleated crowd. Take on the challenge of Dye Fore Golf Course by Pete Dye with seven cliff-side holes dropping 300 feet to the Chavon River below – worth it for the incredible views alone. Nearby Teeth of the Dog has been ranked #1 in the Caribbean and 43rd on Golf Magazine’s list of top 100 courses worldwide. Still basking in your triumph, head for the private Minitas Beach to try some new water sports or indulge in an open-air massage. Plan to stick around for dinner – the Beach Club restaurant overlooks the water, and is expertly run by New York’s famed La Cirque. One- to three-bedroom residences wow with views of the golf course and manicured tropical grounds. Luxe touches include ten-foot ceilings (double that in penthouse units), travertine and wood floors, granite kitchen countertops and oversized terraces. Hope you’re feeling decisive, dinner options include a waterfront table for seafood and Spanish tapas, pan-Asian fare al fresco, or sushi and pasta at the casual Peperoni. When you’re ready to venture beyond the fairways, check out the 13 hilltop Har-Tru tennis courts, go horseback riding at the nearby equestrian center, or wander the quaint village streets of Altos de Chavon, browsing the shops and sampling local eats.
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Located on the Caribbean Coast, La Romana is the seventh-largest city in the Dominican Republic. Founded in 1897 as an oil town, the city shifted to sugar production in 1917. It is best known as the shooting location Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now" and "Rambo" starring Sylvester Stallone.