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Casa Colonial Beach & Spa is for the discriminating traveler who demands the best that life has to offer



Overview



Located on the exotic north coast of the Dominican Republic and directly on the crystal water, Casa Colonial Beach & Spa is the ultimate, world-class resort. This tastefully intimate resort, thoughtfully designed by Sarah Garcia, features an exceptional fusion of old-world elegance with distinctly contemporary style.

The resort sets its colonial chic vibe with sheer curtains, eclectic furnishings, fabric light elements and one-of-a-kind art throughout. The wonders don't stop there. The award-winning Lucia restaurant completely reinvents the hotel restaurant concept offering fusion cuisine artfully prepared. The Bagua spa provides guests with a cross-cultural spa experience featuring the best of indigenous and European treatments.

Casa Colonial Beach & Spa boasts two enticing restaurants, sure to tantalize the senses with an array of gourmet dishes prepared by an award-winning chef.

The signature course was created for all types of golfers, from beginner to professional, providing a challenging, yet fair environment for the ultimate golf enthusiast. Set throughout the Playa Dorada hotels and complex, the 18 hole, 6,730-yard, par-72 course features lush terrain, sloping hillsides, wide fairways and huge sand bunkers. In addition, signature hole 4 features lush greens bordering the land and sea, and hole 5 borders inland water.

The facility also includes a driving range, putting green, pro-shop, lockers and clubhouse with an elegant bar and restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Each of Casa Colonial's 50 suites is both elaborately and elegantly decorated in contemporary furnishings.

Unique spa services at the Bagua Spa offer everything from relaxing massages and soothing body wraps to vitalizing aromatherapy and therapeutic facial treatments.

The state-of-the-art 12,400 square foot spa designed by Sarah Garcia, a renowned Dominican architect, features 10 tranquil therapy room and three outdoor oceanfront treatment gazebos set over a tropical pond with soothing waterfalls. The indoor treatment rooms include two private couples's therapy rooms with couple Jacuzzis and terraces facing the ocean. Exclusive couples' treatment rooms and packages are available.

When designing the spa, Garcia studied the ancient practice of Feng Shui. The name "Bagua" comes from a concept of Feng Shui. The Bagua is traditionally represented in the shape of an octagon. Each facet of the octagon is called a "gua" and is assigned at least one of life's aspects, such as Prosperity, Family, Career Path and Life Path, etc.

The Bagua Spa at Casa Colonial was designed according to the guidelines of the Bagua to create a serene sanctuary where guests can find harmony and clarity.

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