Santo Domingo Resorts
Take A Trip to Santo Domingo Europeans have been making the trip for over 500 years!
Why should you take a trip to one of our Santo Domingo Resorts? Because Santo Domingo is the heart and soul of the Caribbean! This modern metropolitan city is the oldest in the Americas. Not long after the arrival of Columbus to the New World, his brother founded Santo Domingo in 1496.
This city, while having a thriving economy and all the conveniences of a modern “first-world” urban center is soaked in culture and history. Santo Domingo Resorts are the perfect “home base” for cultural excursions through this world heritage zone. Nobody ever forgets their first walk through the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo – it’s like stepping into a time machine.
Getting to Santo Domingo: The best value for your money
Santo Domingo Resorts create the most accessible of Caribbean vacations. Santo Domingo is located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. Las Americas International Airport (SDQ) is the main gateway to the Dominican Republic and every major airline flies direct to Santo Domingo.
The benefit for tourists is that cheap airfare to Santo Domingo is readily available because of the amount of competition – everybody flies there. No longer are travelers restricted to trying to book expensive charters into small resort airports on inflexible schedules.
Santo Domingo Resorts deliver the best of both worlds – the benefits of a major city and the remote paradise and never-ending white sand beaches that we expect when we travel to Caribbean luxury resorts. If you’re looking for the biggest bang for your buck, Santo Domingo Resorts definitely deliver, in fact they over-deliver!
Santo Domingo Colonial District
The Santo Domingo Colonial Zone is designated as a UNESCO world heritage site and is the oldest city in the “new world”. Your first walk through will reveal an incredible cityscape of 16th century dwellings and architecture. Wonderful theaters, world-class restaurants, museums, forts and lighthouses are just part of what you’ll see.
Even the best writer's prose cannot describe the feeling that will haunt you as you explore the zona colonial. At some point you’ll feel like you’ve been swept back in time, witnessing the Spaniards conquests in the New World or even Francis Drake’s pillaging of the city which left it inhabited by pirates for close to a century.
•Walk through the Plaza de la Cultura a huge greenspace surrounded by four of the country’s best museums.