Accommodations at Casa de Campo are housed in long, two story buildings with red tile roofs. Bedrooms in the main building have tile floors, glass doors that open onto patios or balconies and are shielded with sliding wooden louvered panels, and separate dressing areas with closets and drawers.
Second-floor rooms have high, peaked wooden ceilings. The bedrooms are simple, with little more than the basics like a bed, a desk, and a television. Bathrooms are also surprisingly uninteresting, consisting of a separate sink area and a second white-tiled room outfitted with a toilet, a bidet, and a bathtub with a showerhead.
There are three classes of rooms. Superior rooms have one king or two double beds with air-conditioning, a built-in walk-in closet, a safe, an iron and ironing board, bathrobes and slippers, a coffee maker, a mini-bar, and a hair-dryer. Also included are cable television, a radio, a direct-dial telephone, and a dataport.
Luxury rooms have a small seating area.
Luxury suites on the second floor have a canopy bed, a separate living room and dining area, a queen sofa-sleeper, and two bathrooms including a master-bath with marble tile, a large whirlpool tub, and a separate shower.