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Santo Domingo is the most populated city in the Dominican Republic, an island in the Greater Antilles located in the Caribbean Sea. The wide variety of hotels in Santo Domingo covers all the needs of the largest cultural, economic and political center in the country. Whether you are traveling for work or pleasure, stay at the Catalonia Santo Domingo hotel and follow our recommendations so you don't miss anything. [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Santo Domingo

In the capital of the Dominican Republic you will enjoy a fully tropical climate all year round and you will be able to stay in hotels in Santo Domingo designed for your business and leisure vacations.

Did you know that Santo Domingo was the settlement of the first Europeans on the island? In fact, it was the first place where Christopher Columbus landed on his voyage to the new world. Initially it was baptized as “La Nueva Isabela”, in honor of Queen Isabella the Catholic. Later, it was renamed in honor of Columbus's father, who was called Domingo.

You will also be interested to know that the first cathedral and the first castle in all of America were built there. Both are currently located in the colonial area of the city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We recommend getting lost among its alleys full of architectural wonders from the 16th to the 20th centuries. These are the main points to visit:

-The First Cathedral of America or Primate Cathedral of America.
-The Alcázar of Colón, the first castle in America.
-The Museum of the Royal Houses, built by decision of the Spanish crown to house its main official institutions in America.
-The Columbus Lighthouse, inaugurated in 1992, as a commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America.

When the sun goes down you can walk near the Caribbean boardwalk, where the Catalonia Santo Domingo hotel is located, with spectacular views of the sea. Taste the delicious Morir Soñando cocktail and come to dinner at the Polígono Central, the area with the busiest streets and more restaurants than any other city in the Caribbean or Central America. If you like to try local food, don't miss the mangú, beans with sweets and the Dominican sponge cake, unique cuisine of this island.

If you are a beach lover, from the Catalonia hotel in Santo Domingo you can reach Boca Chica Beach in just 45 minutes by car to caress the fine sand and crystal-clear waters with your feet. Also, if you are passionate about baseball, you can enjoy a game (season from October to January) at the Telelo Vargas stadium.

Getting around Santo Domingo will now be easier thanks to the recently built metro, which has two lines. It stops at the Joaquín Balaguer station (L1), very close to the Catalonia Santo Domingo hotel, in case you decide to stay with us. We will wait for you!

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What to do in Santo Domingo

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    Malecón

    It is a picturesque and very lively area by the sea where history and modernity mix, full of music, dance, restaurants and art. On the boardwalk you will find some of the best hotels in Santo Domingo.
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    Colonial Zone

    The colonial city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, was the first city founded by Europeans in America. This colonial area is home to historic buildings such as the Alcázar, the Pantheon and Parque Colón.
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    Playa Boca Chica

    Beaches with crystal clear water and coconut palm trees. The closest beach to the capital of Santo Domingo is Boca Chica, located to the east, about 45 minutes by car. It has a coral reef that acts as a natural barrier, turning the sea into a pool.
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