Marc Anthony’s Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican Republic

Relaxing by the Pool

Although there was a pool already on the property when Marc bought it, numerous truckloads of sand were brought on the property to create a second huge pool with a sand-bottom. After the pool was complete, four guest villas were constructed around it, giving this part of the property an appearance similar to a luxury resort in Bora-Bora or the Maldives. Each villa was designed to look like a palapa (open-sided dwelling with a thatched roof). To get this unique look, they were constructed using American pine and were topped with a cane roof supported by concrete columns. Inside, indigenous materials, including coral stone and eucalyptus wood, were used. Of course, there are plenty of lounge chairs and outside couches sitting around the pool. Those seen in this photo are covered in high-end Sunbrella fabric.

The Original Pool

Already on the property, this infinity-style pool sits closer to the main house and offers a great spot for swimming laps. On the wooden deck, several chaise lounges by Vincent Sheppard provide a place to sit and dry off. The lounges also feature Sunbrella fabric.

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