Courtyard Santo Domingo Downtown

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

50A Maximo Gomez Ave, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Caribbean
Courtyard Santo Domingo
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Rated 24% higher but also costs 44% more than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples95
  • Solo95
  • Business82

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BUS INFO FROM SDO AIRPORT TO PUJ AIRPORT

by fredfwd

CAN I GET A BUS FROM SANTA DOMINGO AIRPORT TO PUNTA CANA AIRPORT?

COST AND DEPARTURE TIMES AND HOW LONG IS THE TRIP?

Re: BUS INFO FROM SDO AIRPORT TO PUJ AIRPORT

by neverstoptravel

No bus from SDO but you could take a taxi to Bavaro Express terminal, C/. Juan Sánchez Ramírez #31 Próximo a la Máximo Gómez, Santo Domingo, then take a Bavaro Express to PUJ. Taxi SDO-Santo Domingo costs appro. US$40-50.

Bavaro Express schedule,
Santo Domingo-PUJ,8:00,14:55; Peso$ 325.
Santo Domingo-7:00,10:00,14:00,16:00. If you take this bus,you have to take off at Veron then taking a taxi.

The trip takes appro. 5 hours.

Travel Tips for Santo Domingo

Cruise

by robmarshall

Taxi from the airport is about $40 U.S. Try and stay in the Zona Colonial area of Santo Domingo. It´s where all the shops and restaurants are, and you are walking distance to the port where you get on your cruise. Weather is good.

If you go by the capital of...

by Patricialuv

If you go by the capital of the Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) be sure to stop by the Zona Colonial, where relics of the Colonial era are still alive and well preserved. You can see the Alcazar de Colon, where Columbus' family resided all surrounded by the Ozama river. A few minutes away is El Malecon which you can see a great view of the Caribbean Sea, many high class hotels, restaurants and scenery.

Independence day is February 27th, where many carnivals take place, especially in El Malecon!

Cerveza Presidente

by marielexoteria

Presidente is the #1 beer amongs Dominicans. We simply loooooove a good cold one, so cold it's frosty on the outside of the bottle - and that's called "vestida de novia" (dressed with a wedding gown). Before there used to be only the one kind of beer, but now they have introduced a light version (haven't tried it tho, beer isn't really supposed to be light imo) and a 2-liter bottle (if my memory doesn't fail me).

Sebelén Bowling Center

by marielexoteria

Do you like bowling? Then Sebelén Bowling Center is the place to go. It's 2 levels with 48 bowling lanes and some arcade machines. If hunger attacks, there's a cafeteria and Split café/sport bar and billiards with 2 billiard/pool tables.

And for those who want to learn how to (properly) bowl, there's a bowling school (La Escuelita) for ages 6 and up. Saturdays starting at 10am is the kids' school and Monday-Friday between 5pm and 7pm is the adults' school. You rent your shoes there. I believe you can bring your own equipment if you have it.

Puerta de la Misericordia

by mikey_e

Puerta de la Misericordia is usually not on the standard tourist retinue because it is a bit out of the way, but it still an interesting part of the city's history. The western-most gate in the city's defences, it stands beside the ruins of the San Gil Fort. The Puerta gets its name from the fact that, after a massive earthquake in 1842, a group of priests erected a tent city to care for the victims of the natural disaster under the gate. Two years later, in 1844, Mella (who led the revolt against Haitian rule) fired the first shots of the rebellion and incited insurrection from this very gate - although he eventual raised the Dominican flag over the Puerta del Conde. Its just near the Malecón (Hincado and Arzobisbo Portes is the nearest intersection) so its an easy first stop if you're coming to the Zona Colonial from Gazcue along the Malecón.

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 Courtyard Santo Domingo Downtown

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Address: 50A Maximo Gomez Ave, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Caribbean