Daily continental breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
Spacious, residential-style flats range from one to three bedrooms
Eight infinity pools, hot-tubs, lounges and gas grills for Club guests’ exclusive use
Nearby Altos de Chavón village offers topnotch restaurants, shops, museums and more
Club guests also have access to all activities and facilities at the larger Casa de Campo Resort
What To Know
A $20 resort fee per adult, per night (16 years old and over) and a $10 resort fee per child, per night (10 to 15 years old) will be collected at the Los Altos Club
If guests wish to explore the many activities within Casa De Campo including dining at The Beach Club by Le Cirque a car is necessary
Popular with families, couples, and groups of friends,
While there’s no traditional front-desk a concierge is on-call 24/7
Minitas Beach is a short drive away
Parking on site
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Family-friendly, residential-style flats and eight infinity pools inside the Casa de Campo Resort
Contemporary Caribbean. Located in the southwest quadrant of the 7,000-acre Casa De Campo Resort, Los Altos Club is removed from the hustle and bustle of the main resort. The grounds include lush gardens, gazebos and BBQ areas for the exclusive use of Club guests, plus eight infinity pools and a topnotch fitness center.
Bed & Bath
You won’t find any signs of Caribbean kitsch in the modern, residential-style flats at Los Altos. Rooms are bright and spacious, with family-friendly amenities like ensuite washer/dryers, full kitchens and oversized living and dining areas made for entertaining large groups. Airy, marble bathrooms and private balconies also come standard.
Altos de Chavon — a replica of a 16th Century Mediterranean village featuring shops, art galleries, cafes and talleres (crafts shops) featuring works by local artisans — is located just a few steps from Los Altos. It also includes an amphitheatre that's seen performances by the likes of Sting, Marc Anthony and Shakira, an archeological museum and live music nightly at the bars and restaurants.
In the Area
Artistically inclined guests can test their skills with a pottery class at Emilio Trueba Art Studios, while architecture buffs should rent a scooter to check out the gorgeous villas and awe-inspiring architecture of Altos de Chavon — a replica of a 16th Century Mediterranean village. Golf fans can swing their clubs at three courses on-site, as well as a forth Pete Dye-designed course and La Estancia Golf Course nearby. When you're ready to relax, opt for a massage at your favorite indoor or outdoor spot around Los Altos.