Casa Bonita is like its name - a beautiful house. We felt pampered and relaxed. The service is... See full review
Jun 13, 2013
Once the weekend retreat of the Schiffino family Casa Bonita has been budged by nature to open its doors to outside guest and become an Eco-lodge. Located in Barahona, in the still unspoiled and secluded southwest region of the Dominican Republic and adjacent to the only biosphere reserve in the country, Casa Bonita offers a unique ecological experience. A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Casa Bonita consists of 12 cabanas, a spa and restaurant featuring naturally grown products from the area.
Barahona, Dominican Republic.
Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo or Maria Montez International Airport in Barahona.
Guests have the opportunity to experience nature as its neighbors are the Sierra Barahuco Mountains, Rio Barahuco and Riosito River along with an array of flora and fauna. Casa Bonita is a testament that it is possible to live among nature peacefully. This is a place where the lush green mountains create the back drop for the perfect sunrise, the running rivers bordering the property sooth guests into relaxation and the micro-climates keep the air crisp and fresh. Casa Bonita is located approximately 140 miles (about 3 hours) west of Santo Domingo in Barahona, Dominican Republic.
Casa Bonita Tropical Lodge Rooms
Deluxe King rooms have a king bed and include air conditioning, ceiling fan, private shower room, hair dryer, ipod radio & Aveda organic amenities. The room has a king bed and balcony features white linens and walls accented with palm wood and wicker furnishings. Renowned architect Rafael Selman built the accommodations in a way where each room has views of both the Caribbean Sea and the Sierra Barahuco Mountains.
Deluxe Double rooms come with two double beds and include air conditioning, ceiling fan, private shower room, hair dryer, iPod radio & Aveda organic amenities. The room has 2 full sized beds and balcony, features white linens and walls accented with palm wood and wicker furnishings. Renowned architect Rafael Selman built the accommodations in a way where each room has views of both the Caribbean Sea and the Sierra Barahuco Mountains.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Casa Bonita is like its name - a beautiful house. We felt pampered and relaxed. The service is perfect to the point that it makes you a bit uncomfortable. But when you want to pamper yourself, this it the place to come to.