This is a spacious self-contained one bedroom apartment in a beautiful 16th Century house in the heart of the Colonial district that combines old world charm with all the modern amenities. The house was built in the late 1500s by a wealthy merchant marine from the Island of Porto Santo. The house is a short walk from the bars, restaurants museums and historic sites of the Santo Domingo’s colonial district. The flat looks out over the interior garden and fountain.
The open plan apartment has a equipped kitchen, dining area and living room with high beamed ceilings. Upstairs there is a bedroom with two double beds. The flat looks out over a lush interior garden and fountain.
Guests have access to the interior patio where there are tables and chairs.
There is a day porter at the front gate.
For the safety of all residents, only registered guests are permitted in the property overnight.
During the day there is always someone available to provide information or assist in any way that we can. Our aim is for you to have an amazing stay with us in the heart of Santo Domingo's historic Colonial district that UNESCO has declared a world heritage site.
AC is an option for 10 dollars per night for overnight use in the bedrooms. Depending on the time of year the ceiling fans may be adequate. You can decide on whether you want the AC option upon arrival and pay the supplement in cash.
Please respect the place, our investment and also the neighbors.
And we specifically ask guests to use ac ONLY at nights please.
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I am originally from the United Kingdom, but I have lived and worked in the Dominican Republic for the last 20 years. I am a medical doctor and I manage a regional health program in the Caribbean. I love to travel and meet people from throughout the world and also be able to host visitors and share with them the immense beauty of the Dominican Republic. I am interested in 16th century architecture, and along with a team of archeologists and architects have remodeled three 16th century homes in the heart of Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone.