Juan Carlos I is no longer in Spain. This Monday afternoon, the King Emeritus communicated to his son, the King Philip VI, his “thoughtful decision” to leave Spain and settle abroad before the “public repercussion” of the news about their accounts in tax havens and on alleged undeclared millionaire commissions. After revealing the march of the King’s father, several media have pointed out that he would be in Dominican Republic.
According to various media, Juan Carlos I would be installed in a luxury complex, Cottage, located in the town of La Romana and owned by a friend, the businessman Pepe Fanjul. The Fanjul, a well-known very wealthy family in Latin America thanks to the sugar plantations, will act as hosts during the stay of the King Emeritus, with whom also share a family bond.
The King Emeritus, installed in the Casa de Campo complex
“Since it opened in La Romana almost 50 years ago as the first resort in the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo has been the favorite luxury destination for discerning travelers and celebrities from all over the world, who prefer it for being a gated and private community, and enjoy a safe and exclusive environment”, Is indicated on the website of this luxury hotel complex.
Thus, during Juan Carlos I’s stay in Casa de Campo, which will be temporary, he can enjoy all kinds of comforts. And it is that the resort has, for example, three great golf courses, eight restaurants haute cuisine, a marina, a equestrian Center, a shooting center, shops, spa and three private beaches. In addition, there is also 13 tennis courts, which makes these facilities “the largest tennis center in the Caribbean”.
On the other hand, the resort has a total of 11 villas where billionaires guests can preserve their privacy, which have the capacity to 8 and 30 people.