Napolitano Hotel And Casino

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

51 Ave. G. Washington, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1001-101, Caribbean
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Costs 27% less but rated 26% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Business54

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From Santo Domingo to Puerto Plata

by Alexsandro

I don't like bus because too much cold air conditioning,which means of transport can I take?

Thanks

Re: From Santo Domingo to Puerto Plata

by marielexoteria

We have buses with weaker a/c (called minibuses). Other than that, you can rent a car and drive yourself or look for someone with a car to take you. Then there's always charter airlines. Contact Caribair and see if they could fly charter between Santo Domingo La Isabela to Puerto Plata La Unión www.caribair.com.do.

Re: From Santo Domingo to Puerto Plata

by melosh

Second class buses with no air conditioning and lots of stops.

Travel Tips for Santo Domingo

Flowers and trees

by marielexoteria

There are trees and flowers in Santo Domingo that I haven't seen anywhere else I've been, like the "framboyán". My mom has a "green hand" and has orchids that are in blossom all year round (give me your secret!!!!!!).

While walking around Santo Domingo, take a little time to enjoy the green and the colors of the trees around you. And if you really want to visit a place devoted to plants, then go to the Botanical Gardens (see my separate tip on it).

Great Attractions located in...

by Patricialuv

Great Attractions located in the capital--Santo Domingo:

Jardín Botánico (Botanical Gardens): a vast area of a great variety of plants, which occupies 2 million mts.

Parque Zoológico Nacional (National Park Zoo): One of the biggest of Latin America

Acuario Nacional (National Acquarium): Education, cultural and scientific park, that demonstrates the flora and fauna of the sea.

Parque Nacional de los Tres Ojos (National Park of the Three Eyes): Which contains three lakes.

Faro a Colón: This is where the remains of Christopher Columbus lay. At night, it lightens up the dominican sky in the shape of a cross.

Teatro Nacional: capacity for more than 1700 people in the main salon. Many musical and theatrical shows are presented here.

Ironwork and Doorways

by mikey_e

Anyone who has travelled through Spain and/or Latin American countries knows that grills, gates, grates and entranceways always feature prominently in Spanish and hispanic architecture, and that and open view from the street into the courtyard is a cornerstone of Hispanic society. Santo Domingo is no exception to this tradition, and as you wander through the Zona Colonial don't be surprised (especially at night) if you can look right into the family room of a house, full with family members of all generations. During the day, the exceptional artisanry of the ironworkers makes great material for photography - but at this time of day, of course, you're more likely to see dogs than people!

See a baseball game at Quisqueya Stadium

by marielexoteria

The Quisqueya Stadium is the biggest baseball stadium in Santo Domingo and the home of the 2 city teams Tigres del Licey (Licey tigers) and Leones del Escogido (Escogido lions).

Licey was the first baseball team formed in the country and have won most of the league tournaments (if they haven't then the Cibao team Aguilas has - at the moment I don't follow who's won the most tournaments). Escogido was the team created by the dictator Trujillo.

The Dominican baseball season goes between late October and late January and during these months the country gets divided by colors (symbolizing the colors of the teams). Of course this we mean in a not so serious way. The season ends with a Caribbean tournament (Serie del Caribe) in the first week of February.

Tickets for games Licey-Aguilas and Licey-Escogido can be sold out quickly and the lines to get in to the stadium can be long, so be there in good time.

A little OT: when there's no baseball this stadium might be used for (music) concerts. Come as you are and enjoy yourself.

amazing caves and sinkholes

by willy_wonka

close to the faro a colon is an unusual system of caves and sinkholes, that are known as 'los tres ojos', or 'the three eyes'. they are called this because there are three sinkholes in the ground, and at the bottom of each are beautiful crystal blue pools of water.

formed by water shaping the limestone rocks, the caves can be entered by climbing down some rock-cut stairs. once in the caverns, there are paths that you can walk on and see the pools of water, the stalactalites, and the plant life that lives in the caves. the caves were very cool, but inside it was sooooo humid, as soon as you entered you would just start dripping with sweat. take lots of water, and take your time!

located at the parque mirador del este, approx. US$2 entry, 9-5 opening times.

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