Facing the southern Caribbean Sea, your hotel in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, will place you within minutes of the recently built international port, the modern section of the city known as ‘Ciudad Nueva’ and the colonial ‘old town’ dating back to the arrival of Christopher Columbus. When you are done enjoying the fine amenities of your Santo Domingo hotel you can visit world famous heritage sites, get some fresh air in the botanical parks, shop for unique gifts in the old quarter and dine at exquisite eateries in the city’s centre.
What makes a hotel the best choice?
The convenience and variety of activities make booking a Santo Domingo hotel the best option. If you want to stay fit there are all kinds of sporting facilities on offer nearby. For a tour of the city’s modern side visit Avenida George Washington. As Santo Domingo's Coastal Boulevard, you can see the city's most exclusive attractions while trade winds keep you cool. Museums, monasteries, cathedrals, colonial forts, old quarter plazas and monuments can be found at every turn. Shopping, dining and leisure can be found at Malls which dot the town. Acropolis Mall, Bella Vista, and Galeria 360 are some of the newly opened centres available.
What kinds of trade fair activities are found near me?
Santo Domingo offers a vast array of trade fair locations if you are interested in attending or creating your own event. Among the chief premier organisers is the Sans Souci Ports Convention Center, centrally located on the bay of Santo Domingo. This recent $700 million project turned the complex into an international luxury cruise destination, elite private marina and impressive expo centre. With a hotel located just metres from it, you'll have an excellent opportunity to make the most of this unrivalled centre.
What are the most popular destinations near my Santo Domingo hotel?
Easily the most famous destinations are located within the colonial zone, close to Santo Domingo's many hotels, and are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Reflecting the Spanish architecture of the late-Middle Ages, locations such as The Cathedral Santa María La Menor, (The oldest cathedral in the Americas); El Alcázar de Colón (the first castle in the Americas), The Monastery of San Francisco, and The Museum of las Casas Reales will more than meet your expectations and allow for plenty of photo opportunities.