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Campo el Suizo, Juan Esteban, km 10 Carettera, Barahona-Paraiso. Dominican Repúblic.

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Posted by: thelma on Jul 29, 2014
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Not far from Barahona, the capital of the southwest of the island, near the sea, where fishermen, farmers and small traders live,away from the grand tourism, you can find Casablanca " El Campo Suizo".

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Best Pina Colada
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Posted by:  thelma  on Jul 29, 2014  >  1 contribution(s) United Kingdom
Visited on: May, 2014 | Leisure | Solo
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The location and ambience of this place is something else, it’s a great place and it came recommended by a friend who had initially stayed here and gave me a hint on how much I will enjoy here and I wasn’t disappointed. The price here is right and for the reasonable price, it is a pretty descent deal where I went to and had a fabulous holiday. The beach is about few steps away from the hotel with lounge chairs where one can sit and take cold Pina colada and get some sunlight. I took part in the tour of dorothy’s garden and it was a beauty to behold. The kitchen is quite small so cooking wasn’t really such an option for me so I mostly ate out but you can cook if you want to. The rooms are great, clean and contrary to what I read online about the rooms being smelly, during stay here, it wasn’t, it was clean and very tidy. The location is great because it is just about 300ft away from the sea. The hotel is cheap and also quiet except times you hear people going in and out of the place. The rooms are great, the hosts are amazing and the pool was great so that was basically all that I needed. I loved the homey feeling I got here, the family feeling really made it easier and the fact that the place is located near some attractions just made my holiday even the better.

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Suzanne was ready for a change
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User Rating:  Casablanca Review: 4.00 of 5

Posted by:  Debbie  on May 1, 2010  >  27 contribution(s) 
Visited on: May, 2010 | Business | Solo
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Some ten years ago, Susanne Knapp, a project manager for a food magazine at the time, travelled by train from Frankfurt, Germany to Zurich, Switzerland. A small newspaper sales ad regarding a property on the south west coast of the Dominican Republic caught her eye. She booked a flight to Santo Domingo, took a bus, closed the deal and two months later she started the preparations which would lead to the Hotel Casablanca as we know it now.

“I guess I was ready for a change”, she says. Suzanne now occupies her time with activities she likes best: preparing delicacies in the kitchen, taking care of and interacting with her guests, decorating the hotel and gardening. During my stay it became absolutely clear to me that Suzanne deems the Casablanca as her personal piece of paradise, which she loves to share with us.

My arrival is about two hours later than I anticipated because the rental car company did not have my 4x4 waiting for me at the airport. Instead of zipping right away to Barahona area, I needed to go to the downtown Santo Domingo first. Thanks to my colleagues in the DR, who met me at the airport, this ordeal did not turn into a straight nightmare. Having said that, I did enjoy the ride in my white shining Ford Ranger with just 8 miles on the clock.

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Suzanne was ready for a change
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User Rating:  Casablanca Review: 4.00 of 5

Posted by:  Debbie  on May 1, 2010  >  27 contribution(s) 
Visited on: May, 2010 | Business | Solo
2931 people found this review helpful

Some ten years ago, Susanne Knapp, a project manager for a food magazine at the time, travelled by train from Frankfurt, Germany to Zurich, Switzerland. A small newspaper sales ad regarding a property on the south west coast of the Dominican Republic caught her eye. She booked a flight to Santo Domingo, took a bus, closed the deal and two months later she started the preparations which would lead to the Hotel Casablanca as we know it now.

“I guess I was ready for a change”, she says. Suzanne now occupies her time with activities she likes best: preparing delicacies in the kitchen, taking care of and interacting with her guests, decorating the hotel and gardening. During my stay it became absolutely clear to me that Suzanne deems the Casablanca as her personal piece of paradise, which she loves to share with us.

My arrival is about two hours later than I anticipated because the rental car company did not have my 4x4 waiting for me at the airport. Instead of zipping right away to Barahona area, I needed to go to the downtown Santo Domingo first. Thanks to my colleagues in the DR, who met me at the airport, this ordeal did not turn into a straight nightmare. Having said that, I did enjoy the ride in my white shining Ford Ranger with just 8 miles on the clock.

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