This contender on a spectacular beach is giving the grande dame of Casa de Campo a run for the money. The golf and tennis facilities here aren't as elaborate as those at Casa de Campo, and there are no polo grounds, but the resort is beautifully landscaped and the beach is palm fringed. Accommodations are in a well-designed series of three-story buildings with yellow walls and blue-tiled roofs. Decor inside features lots of tile, varnished hardwood, wicker, and rattan. Everything served in all of the resort's restaurants is covered by the all-inclusive price. This is one of the very rare all-inclusive resorts that offers the availability of a day pass, allowing up-close and personal access to the facilities.
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