Explore the Historical Casas Del XVI in Santo Domingo
Casas del XVI is a boutique hotel in the heart of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. This quaint residential area is known for its unique colonial-era architecture and offers visitors a glimpse into the city’s past. Tourists worldwide come to explore this beautiful area, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Casas del XVI is nestled in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Santo Domingo. Surrounded by cobblestone streets and colonial-style architecture, this neighborhood provides a unique atmosphere unlike anywhere else in the Caribbean. The hotel is housed in two beautifully restored 16th-century buildings that Spanish colonists originally built. These buildings have been carefully preserved and renovated, providing guests with an authentic historical experience.
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This historic hotel offers many different accommodations, from luxury rooms like a luxury double room that is perfect for solo or couple travelers or a luxury queen room with two queen beds that could accommodate up to two adults and two small children or up to three adults. Along with luxury rooms, Casas del XVI offers private Casas for guests with large parties seeking to stay longer.
Guests will also have access to many amenities like private butler service, daily maid service, turndown service, concierge service, and private chef service.
While staying at Casas del XVI, guests can access some of Santo Domingo’s most popular attractions, including museums, galleries, restaurants, and bars. The nearby Malecon boardwalk is ideal for strolls along the waterfront, soaking up the sunny weather, or watching locals fish off the pier. Casas del XVI can arrange trips to nearby beaches or mountain towns such as Jarabacoa or Constanza for those looking to explore beyond Santo Domingo.