• Hostal Nicolas de Ovando Santo Domingo - Contemporary Room

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    Hostal Nicolas de Ovando Santo Domingo – MGallery CollectionKamer-boeken-EN1
    Hot deals – no change, no cancellation – see conditions
    Contemporary Room with two single beds
    Special terms :
    Client must provide credit card details to qualify for this promotion. No change or cancellation can be made after booking.The customer agrees to being charged the total price for the stay at the time of the reservation, and that this amount cannot be refunded in the event of cancellation or modification of the dates of the stay.
    Cancellation policy :
    The amount due is not refundable even if the booking is cancelled or modified.
    Special requirements :

    Accommodation and breakfast are free for 1 child under 12 years sharing parents’ room.


    Bed size:(110m/3ft)




Located in the historic centre, the Hostal Nicolas de Ovando offers its rooms and suites in a colonial or contemporary decoration. The windows offer a view of the river, one of the four patios, the gardens or the famous cobbled street of “Las Damas”. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in this property. This historic hotel, with its famous gastronomy, combines the influence of French flavours with a hint of Creole. In the heart of the Spanish patio and the tropical garden, the “Cibao Bar” is one of the places where the “tabaquero” proposes a selection of the finest Dominican cigars, offering advice to the enthusiast and novice alike. A selection of old Caribbean rums is the perfect companion to this very special moment of relaxation. This is a historic building. This accommodation has a medium lobby. The Hostal Nicolas de Ovando, member of the MGallery collection, is located in the colonial quarter of Santo Domingo dating from 1502. Listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, the 3 houses and their gorgeous patios include the original home of the town’s founder, Governor Nicolas de Ovando. Located on the famous street “Las Damas”, the first paved road of the New World, the Hostal has been turned into a 5-star hotel with swimming pool, restaurant, bar, gym center, free WIFI and parking.

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  • A la Carte restaurant
  • Bar
  • Buffet restaurant
  • FREE WiFi
  • Laundry
  • Security 24 hours


Trampolin-musean children. Nationaal pantheon en Parque colon




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Dominicaanse Republiek

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Nightlife info

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Culture and history info

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