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« on: September 02, 2011, 10:06:34 PM »
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  • i will be in sosua for one week.
    where is a good place to stay, not too expensive, chica friendly of course?
    no extras just a clean and good room with a good bed. i dont want to walk a long time or take a taxi with the girl to my place.

    recommendations? thanks in advance

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #1 on: September 03, 2011, 01:04:30 AM »
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  • When are you going to Sosua?

    Did you book your flight yet? 

    If not please book it here via the cheaptickets link that is to the right as this helps pay for the web site and keep it free.

    One of the most popular place to stay is New Garden but make sure you stay in the new wing thats the nicest.  I also heard about Terra Linda and i believe that is a nice place also to stay
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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #2 on: September 03, 2011, 02:18:59 AM »
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  • Unfortunately the flights are booked. i go on December 19
    New Garden and Terra Linda seem nice, I'd like to pay less though.

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #3 on: September 03, 2011, 02:29:13 AM »
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  • When I go down there in October i plan on working out a discount for my members so that when they go down there they can mention the site and get a discount.  I will let you know

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #4 on: September 03, 2011, 02:13:53 PM »
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  • B3K I'm staying in New Garden when I go the week in December. We booked 5 rooms at $74 a night in the new wing. The rep actually stated a cheaper rate could negotiated upon arrival.

    Go to trip advisor, search Sosua, it has ALL the small and larger hotels listed.

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #5 on: September 05, 2011, 05:01:19 PM »
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  • an inexpensive place to stay is rockys.  you can get a room there for 25-30 bucks and it is also very close to the action on PC.  also, rockys does a lot of neat things.  operates as breakfast central for a lot of the the mongers that go down there a lot and/or stay long term.  they have movie night once a week, mid week.  just a fun time to gather , drink a few beers, eat and watch a movie.

    lastly, rockys ribs

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    « Reply #6 on: October 01, 2011, 06:58:42 PM »
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  • Has anyone stayed at the Hotel El Colibri, Casa Valeria, Don Andres or Perla de Sosua, and if so what are they like?  Thanks in advance for your info!

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #7 on: October 01, 2011, 09:57:34 PM »
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  • no i havent but where are they send me a pm or post it here and i will try to get info and pics for u when i go if u like

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #8 on: October 02, 2011, 12:32:46 AM »
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  • I stayed at Don Andres. It is a place that is nice if you are on a budget. The staff there is remarkable, there are two dutch owners who are on the premises at least 12 hours a day. They have a waiter/bartender name Henri who is awesome for finding information from. They have like 300 channels in English. The rooms were pretty nice, I stayed in a two bedroom apartment there. You have an option to cook if you want, the place is attached to a restuarant, so you can also get all of your meals from the restuarant. The most important part is that they are very chica friendly. The rooms were like $40 a night.

    The cons are that even though you can walk to most of the hotels, I would not recommend walking to Don Andres after coming from the club, it's better to get a motorbike if you choose this hotel. The street that you would have to walk down at night to get to the hotel sent shivers through my body just thinking about it. Casa Valeria is in that same area.

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #9 on: October 02, 2011, 12:41:34 PM »
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  • Where is this place ?  is it in Sosua?  Do u have pictures?

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #10 on: October 05, 2011, 05:36:54 PM »
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    Where is this place ?  is it in Sosua?  Do u have pictures?


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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #11 on: October 05, 2011, 08:45:25 PM »
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  • All these hotels are in Sosua.

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    « Reply #12 on: October 05, 2011, 09:02:10 PM »
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  • VERY NICE does anyone know if these are chica friendly hotels because in the pictures i dont see many all i see is foreigners

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #13 on: October 06, 2011, 12:40:12 AM »
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  • El Colibri and Perla de Sosua are chica friendly, not sure about Casa Valeria.

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    « Reply #14 on: October 06, 2011, 12:42:20 PM »
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    VERY NICE does anyone know if these are chica friendly hotels because in the pictures i dont see many all i see is foreigners

    As is Don Andres so i've been told.

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #15 on: October 18, 2011, 03:12:29 PM »
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  • They are Chica friendly, but each hotel is different about their guest policy. Most only allow 1 guest per patron for safety concerns. So of you had a threesome planned, you might want to ask ahead and find out.  :thedeed: Lol

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #16 on: December 11, 2011, 04:45:00 PM »
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  • Don Andres ís chica friendly. In fact, you might walk into some nice girls at the bar that are 'available'. If you wanna take a girl from somewhere else to your room, the girls will have to leave their id at the desk and will get it back the next morning. Don't feel akward. It's a very common procedure at this place and women go in and out of this hotel constantly. 
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    « Reply #17 on: December 14, 2011, 12:42:52 AM »
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    Don Andres ís chica friendly. In fact, you might walk into some nice girls at the bar that are 'available'. If you wanna take a girl from somewhere else to your room, the girls will have to leave their id at the desk and will get it back the next morning. Don't feel akward. It's a very common procedure at this place and women go in and out of this hotel constantly.

    JamesG Did you end up going to Sosua and staying at Don Andres? When I was there, I think they were just getting hip to allowing some of the working girls to hang around the pool during the day. My last hour there, there were four DR girls hanging around the pool. The previous 5 days I was there, that was not the case.

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    JamesG Did you end up going to Sosua and staying at Don Andres? When I was there, I think they were just getting hip to allowing some of the working girls to hang around the pool during the day. My last hour there, there were four DR girls hanging around the pool. The previous 5 days I was there, that was not the case.

    Don Andres: the girls are not numerous, I only saw a few girls at the bar at night, can't remember seeing them at the pool.

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #19 on: September 14, 2012, 08:46:54 AM »
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  • So my wingman and I have decided to center our stay in Sosua, rather than BB.  While NG is a possibility, I was quoted $84.00 a night for the king jacuzzi room.  I want a king bed, and the jacuzzi suite appears to be the only option for the nights we are coming. (I am not sure I believe that, but that's another story).
     So here's the question:
    Since we saved a butt load of money flying into STI (Santiago), we will rent a car.  With a car, we can drive around town from beach to club to dinner etc...  Is parking an issue?

    The hotel question: Mary Rose has both apts and a villa, both are out Dr. Alejo Martinez Road a bit.  Also CEO has set up a discount at Sosuavacationrentals.com.  That complex is also a bit away from the action.   In your opinions, does it make more sense to pay a little more at NG to be in walking distance from everything or (with a car) does Mary Rose or Sosuavacationrentals.com's apt. work since we can drive?
    I guess it really boils down to:  How much of a pain in the ass will driving/parking be in Sosua?

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    Re: Hotels in Sosua
    « Reply #20 on: September 14, 2012, 10:07:27 PM »
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  • Parking can be a problem once in a while.  I always found a spot within a few minutes even at night time.

    sosuavactionrentals are nice and more like a apartment and they have a small store right next door.  They are about 5 minutes away from the action but it has a great pool and its relaxing.

    Newgarden is right in the center of it all but its like a College frat house lol  party party party which is good but noise level can be loud if u want to relax. 
     
    We also get a discount at Rockys and i never stayed there so i dont know much about it but i hear good things.

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    So my wingman and I have decided to center our stay in Sosua, rather than BB.  While NG is a possibility, I was quoted $84.00 a night for the king jacuzzi room.  I want a king bed, and the jacuzzi suite appears to be the only option for the nights we are coming. (I am not sure I believe that, but that's another story).
     So here's the question:
    Since we saved a butt load of money flying into STI (Santiago), we will rent a car.  With a car, we can drive around town from beach to club to dinner etc...  Is parking an issue?

    The hotel question: Mary Rose has both apts and a villa, both are out Dr. Alejo Martinez Road a bit.  Also CEO has set up a discount at Sosuavacationrentals.com.  That complex is also a bit away from the action.   In your opinions, does it make more sense to pay a little more at NG to be in walking distance from everything or (with a car) does Mary Rose or Sosuavacationrentals.com's apt. work since we can drive?
    I guess it really boils down to:  How much of a pain in the ass will driving/parking be in Sosua?

    Rockys is as close as you are going to get to the action and you can get it at a discounted rate. He has hotel rooms that are attached behind his restaurant and I think you can get those for $35, he has other rooms across the street that are nicer for like 50 to 70. I never stayed there either, but he seems like he has your back with the encounters I had with him. You will never have to take a montconcho if you stay at either of the two hotels mentioned. He has another hotel that is closer to La Passions and you would have to take a montconcho to get there. Book as soon as possible.

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    « Reply #22 on: October 17, 2012, 09:44:30 PM »
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  • Rockys offers all Members of IFTC a member discount and free to/from airport pickup

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    « Reply #23 on: October 17, 2012, 09:55:19 PM »
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  • I stayed at Rocky's Tradewinds condo from 1/14-1/28 this year. It's nice, quiet, maybe a little too quiet. Best thing was the breeze through the place. No AC needed. Staying closer to the action this Jan though.

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    « Reply #24 on: October 17, 2012, 11:11:13 PM »
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    I stayed at Don Andres. It is a place that is nice if you are on a budget. The staff there is remarkable, there are two dutch owners who are on the premises at least 12 hours a day. They have a waiter/bartender name Henri who is awesome for finding information from. They have like 300 channels in English. The rooms were pretty nice, I stayed in a two bedroom apartment there. You have an option to cook if you want, the place is attached to a restuarant, so you can also get all of your meals from the restuarant. The most important part is that they are very chica friendly. The rooms were like $40 a night.

    The cons are that even though you can walk to most of the hotels, I would not recommend walking to Don Andres after coming from the club, it's better to get a motorbike if you choose this hotel. The street that you would have to walk down at night to get to the hotel sent shivers through my body just thinking about it. Casa Valeria is in that same area.

    Don Andres is a little off the beaten path but Casa Valeria is just off from Pedro Clisante between Rocky's and New Garden.  There is alot of activity on that street at night and it's pretty safe at all hours. 
    Never stayed at Casa Valeria but the food is pretty good there.

    Sosua Suites is right there to.  It is right across from Rocky's and has pretty nice suites with plenty of room and a good price. 
    Digital safes so you dont have to screw with hiding your safe key.
    Many mongers stay there.
    « Last Edit: October 17, 2012, 11:14:42 PM by j_d66 »

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