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« on: December 16, 2011, 05:21:19 PM »
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  • Can anyone recommend some, not too expensive, good location, chica friendly off course?

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #1 on: December 16, 2011, 09:28:13 PM »
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  • Santo u should be an expert on this one
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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #2 on: December 17, 2011, 12:35:39 PM »
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  • My thing to do in Santo Domingo is usually stay at one of the better hotels - Jaragua or Melia or something like that.
    The issue is they are not chica friendly - at those hotels they need to "check in" as a guest with you - which is ok if you "booked" the girl for 24 hour periods of time...
    But - there are smaller hotels at reasonable prices in the downtown capital area - check out places like the Foreigners Club hotel and the other hotels in that immediate area.  I think that will be more along the line of what you are asking for.

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #3 on: December 17, 2011, 02:30:56 PM »
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  • If i am not mistaken i heard that marriott is guest friendly not sure

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    « Reply #4 on: December 17, 2011, 04:50:19 PM »
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  • Marriott is NOT a chica friendly hotel.  You might be able to sneak them in - but at the Renaissance, they usually post a security guy at the elevators.  At the Courtyard, the reception desk takes the responsibility.
    BUT - if you check the girl in a your guest (pretend that she is the girlfriend or wife), then yes - she will have to present cedula and sign document.  So if you are solo in your room, then yes, there is a way to get her in - but you have to add her as a guest at the reception desk.
    But that will be your guest for however long.  For example, the next night, you will have to tell reception that the first girl checked out and this new girl is now your guest (the new girlfriend:-).  They will know exactly what you are doing - they will not be so happy about it, because they are trying to be a business hotel that also caters to tourists and families, not a "chica friendly" hotel.
    So - are there ways to get around it at Marriott - yes.  Is it a chica friendly hotel (both the Renaissance Jaragua and the Courtyard Marriott) - no.
    At Jaragua, you might see some hos at the casino area (and they are nasty), but no where near what there used to be - they have a lot of high profile functions at the Marriott Renaissance Jaragua, so they try to keep the P4P happening elsewhere (unless they are checked in as a guest).
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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #5 on: December 18, 2011, 01:43:34 PM »
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    But - there are smaller hotels at reasonable prices in the downtown capital area - check out places like the Foreigners Club hotel and the other hotels in that immediate area.  I think that will be more along the line of what you are asking for.


    Just found the website of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, looks fine to me. This is chica friendly?

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #6 on: December 18, 2011, 02:03:55 PM »
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  • Very nice james Thanks for the link.

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    « Reply #7 on: December 18, 2011, 02:25:12 PM »
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    But - there are smaller hotels at reasonable prices in the downtown capital area - check out places like the Foreigners Club hotel and the other hotels in that immediate area.  I think that will be more along the line of what you are asking for.


    Just found the website of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, looks fine to me. This is chica friendly?


    Yes - they just need to have a cedula (their ID).  And - supposed it is under new management, which usually means the staff should be on their best behavior to keep the guests happy.  But have your expectations set at a small hotel/B&B type place - not a Marriott.  But then again, the price is at least half of what Marriott charges for a room.  And FC is central to many things in downtown SD.

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #8 on: December 18, 2011, 02:39:41 PM »
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  • Also - do not be afraid to call the hotel (or any other hotel that you might want to check out) - they will answer any questions, even their chica policy.
    The smaller places like Foreigner's Club will be better with helping with any "informal questions" you have (because they do not have corporate big brother watching them).
    When you get down there, they will be able to point you to any bars and clubs that you might want to visit.  They have every reason to give you good advice, because they want you to return and stay on future visits.  Sometimes they will recommend a place that "tips" them out for giving recommendations - but if you tell them what you are looking for - they will guide you to what is the latest scene.
    And remember, when you get a taxi guy who has a good car, ask him for his card with phone number, so you can use him again.  Even if he charges you a Gringo rate - it will still be cheaper than taking a taxi in NYC...

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #9 on: December 18, 2011, 02:47:15 PM »
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    Even if he charges you a Gringo rate - it will still be cheaper than taking a taxi in NYC...

    And way cheaper than in my hometown!

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    Yes - they just need to have a cedula (their ID).  And - supposed it is under new management, which usually means the staff should be on their best behavior to keep the guests happy.  But have your expectations set at a small hotel/B&B type place - not a Marriott.  But then again, the price is at least half of what Marriott charges for a room.  And FC is central to many things in downtown SD.

    I guess it's like Don Andres, nothing wrong with that in my eyes.

    Thanks for all the info

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    Even if he charges you a Gringo rate - it will still be cheaper than taking a taxi in NYC...

    And way cheaper than in my hometown!

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    Yes - they just need to have a cedula (their ID).  And - supposed it is under new management, which usually means the staff should be on their best behavior to keep the guests happy.  But have your expectations set at a small hotel/B&B type place - not a Marriott.  But then again, the price is at least half of what Marriott charges for a room.  And FC is central to many things in downtown SD.

    I guess it's like Don Andres, nothing wrong with that in my eyes.

    Thanks for all the info

    Not a problem!  Looking forward to hearing how your trip to SD goes!  Enjoy!

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #11 on: December 21, 2011, 10:56:34 PM »
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    Can anyone recommend some, not too expensive, good location, chica friendly off course?


    JamesG there is actually one of two choices you have to make when deciding to stay in Santa Domingo: do you want to stay in the Zona Colonial or Gazcue strip both areas are within reasonable taxi distance however the Gazcue is where the majority of the casas are in walking distance and major casinos with up til dawn night life. The Zona Colonial has action but is more of a day time affair with a major pedestrian throughfare shops restaurants etc...again all in walking distance. Anyhow's when I stay in Santa Domingo I always stay at this B&B. It's not the Hilton but it suffices, it's very chica friendly and security is top notch. It's called the You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login and very close by  (next door) are several casas. There are many hotels in any of the two areas to stay at with strengths and weakness however you'll have to do your research to find which best suits your needs and preferences. I can only give info on the Mystik Hotel it's the only hotel I stay at when in Santa Domingo. A friend of mind didn't like the stay there, claims his room was a bit small. Looked at it and they did give him a small room.   Never happen to me though. I think they were over booked and he had made his reservations late.The rooms are basic and kept clean and there are safes. Also keep in mind that this is also a short term hotel. There some others in the area I'll have to check my notes and get back to ya.
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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #12 on: December 21, 2011, 11:20:05 PM »
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  • Thats some great info.  Thanks Baha.  maybe  one day u can share some more tips about SD and help build the tips section out for SD

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    JamesG there is actually one of two choices you have to make when deciding to stay in Santa Domingo: do you want to stay in the Zona Colonial or Gazcue strip both areas are within reasonable taxi distance however the Gazcue is where the majority of the casas are in walking distance and major casinos with up til dawn night life. The Zona Colonial has action but is more of a day time affair with a major pedestrian throughfare shops restaurants etc...again all in walking distance. Anyhow's when I stay in Santa Domingo I always stay at this B&B. It's not the Hilton but it suffices, it's very chica friendly and security is top notch. It's called the You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login and very close by  (next door) are several casas. There are many hotels in any of the two areas to stay at with strengths and weakness however you'll have to do your research to find which best suits your needs and preferences. I can only give info on the Mystik Hotel it's the only hotel I stay at when in Santa Domingo. A friend of mind didn't like the stay there, claims his room was a bit small. Looked at it and they did give him a small room.   Never happen to me though. I think they were over booked and he had made his reservations late.The rooms are basic and kept clean and there are safes. Also keep in mind that this is also a short term hotel. There some others in the area I'll have to check my notes and get back to ya.


    Great info Baha, thanks. I was thinking of staying in the Zona Colonial, since I wanna check some of the historic parts of the city. I see both areas are not that far from apart and in walking distance of eachother. Anyhow, being close to the nightlife doesn't sound too bad either. Hotel Mystik looks good to me. With casas you mean what, clubs to pick up chicas? 

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    « Reply #14 on: December 23, 2011, 06:11:20 PM »
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  • Yep! That's about right clubs to pick up chicas. Now these are a little different than your average clubs. In the USA I think you'll call them whorehouses. The prices vary a bit and SD can be a little bit more expensive than sousua and BlackBeards.

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    Yep! That's about right clubs to pick up chicas. Now these are a little different than your average clubs. In the USA I think you'll call them whorehouses. The prices vary a bit and SD can be a little bit more expensive than sousua and BlackBeards.

    Whorehouses? As in Classicos or as in Passions?, LOL. And I always thought prostitution was illegal in Domrep.  ;D ;D ;D

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  • As in passions but not so thematic as in girls in uniformed outfits. Each casa varies in price and quality of girls. The following URL I think should have some useful info it's a long read but good info  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

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  • BTW although the info is dated back to 1997-2003 most of it is still valid with the exception of prices and names of casas. Lapus is still around and the description given is still on point I was there early this year. Sky House is another that has more of a strip club feel with urban music. Club 300 is the bomb. The girls in there are 8's - 9.5's Beautiful girls but with a cost. These three casa are all in the same area and within walking distance of each other. Thing is the girls don't like to walk no matter how close to the hotel. And just jumping in a taxi in SD cost from 150pesos to 200pesos yea I know that's not much but it adds up.

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
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  • Thanks Baha for that useful info.  We def coudl use some more intel on SD.  Santo is there right now and he sent me an email becuase he cant log on but he said he will take some pictures of places and stuff so when he comes back maybe we can get this area update more.

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    Yep! That's about right clubs to pick up chicas. Now these are a little different than your average clubs. In the USA I think you'll call them whorehouses. The prices vary a bit and SD can be a little bit more expensive than sousua and BlackBeards.

    Whorehouses? As in Classicos or as in Passions?, LOL. And I always thought prostitution was illegal in Domrep.  ;D ;D ;D

    Actually - prostitution is legal in the DR.  Pimping is illegal in the DR. 

    But as you can see from the different clubs, they work their way around those "laws".  Plus, many of the places pay the cops to look the other way.

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    Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
    « Reply #20 on: February 27, 2012, 04:51:20 PM »
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  • Seems at Don Andres (Sosua) they recommend this hotel: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login. Anyone familiar with this one?

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  • Juargua's in SD used to be a nice spot, esp if you copped a room in the separated section of the hotel across the parking lot ... but now, it's not.
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    Juargua's in SD used to be a nice spot, esp if you copped a room in the separated section of the hotel across the parking lot ... but now, it's not.

    They still hold all the political functions/dinner there at the Jaragua, but I agree with PHD, it is not what it used to be.
    It is still useful if you have Marriott points to use :-)
    The Melia next door to the Jaragua is nice.  The pool is on the second floor outside, allowing you to overlook the ocean across the street.

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  • Really i have enough marriott points to stay for 3 weeks or a free cruise.  I did not know that the Jaruaga was a Marrriot hotel.

    Damn are they chica friendly - I bet not

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    Really i have enough marriott points to stay for 3 weeks or a free cruise.  I did not know that the Jaruaga was a Marrriot hotel.

    Damn are they chica friendly - I bet not

    Yes - the Jaragua is a Marriott Renaissance hotel.  You can book there right from the Marriott website.  I have done it before and used points there for the rooms.
    The Courtyard Marriott is also available if you need to be near the US Consulate in downtown SD.  But the Courtyard has a tiny pool and nothing else really around it (except a lot of traffic from all the business offices in the area).

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