These rooms complement the hotel’s unique architecture with an art deco style all their own. Maximum occupancy: two adults + one child.
This larger room features a King bed and a chic, modern design. Maximum occupancy: three adults or two adults + two children.
Featuring a combination of minimalist and art deco styles, Royal Rooms offer upgrades that include our Comfort a la Carte amenities, a private balcony, table and chairs and premium amenities and bathrobes.
Location Is Everything
Just outside, the bustling cafés, attractions and nightlife of the Colonial Zone beckon. Walk one block to Calle El Conde pedestrian street or take a scenic five-minute stroll to the Fortaleza Ozama castle, the Alcazar Colon or the Basilica Catedral Santa Maria de la Encarnacion, the oldest cathedral in the Americas.Explore
Rooms for Every Guest
Hodelpa Caribe Colonial is a place for reconnecting with someone special, rediscovering how special family time can be or reviving old friendships. Find the perfect room to meet your needs.Learn More
Just off the lobby, Restaurant Azul offers a complimentary breakfast buffet and Western or Dominican fare in the bright, comtemporary dining room or terrace overlooking the Colonial City.Learn More
A Contemporary Hotel in the Heart of the Colonial City
Hodelpa Caribe Colonial is a contemporary hotel in the heart of Santo Domingo’s Colonial City, just one block away from El Conde Street, the only pedestrian street in the Colonial City. With its modern yet cozy interiors, understated sophistication and welcoming staff, our boutique hotel is a relaxing urban sanctuary for discerning executives, families and couples.
Lulú Tasting Bar
It has a centennial patio located in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo and offers an extensive menu of beautifully created tapas that go with the atmosphere of the place, Lulú Tasting Bar offers a variety of exclusive cocktails which you can enjoy with its Live Sessions during the week.
A beautiful restaurant located in the Colonial Zone that offers traditional Dominican food with a modern touch, in which you can enjoy the main traditional dishes in a warm atmosphere in the middle of a greenhouse of different herbs.
Jalao is a restaurant where taste, color and culture combined, is focused on typical Dominican food with a gourmet touch, where any tourist will want to be from here.
Pat'e Palo Brasserie
It tells the story that this 500-year-old building housed the first tavern in the new world, located opposite the Alcázar de Colón offers an international menu with a tendency to Mediterranean cuisine without limitations. The restaurant offers a unique experience, combining the use of premium raw material and fresh seasonal produce.
A European brasserie, in the hands of chef Erik Malmsten, where customers can enjoy a classical and moderns’ European kitchen. Every night, there are specials that are shown in our famous slate, complementing with our pizza in the terrace.
A European brasserie, where you can enjoy classic and modern cuisine. Renowned for its breakfast brunch and also an extensive lunch and dinner menu, ideal for work meetings in a casual and relaxed place.
With modern Mediterranean cuisine, its famous seafood and excellent meats served in a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere, La Cassina offers a memorable experience as well as a meal.
Our history comes from the most emblematic restaurant in Santo Domingo, Vesuvio, established in 1954, the third generation of the family runs Bottega Fratelli offering a personalized service, modern italian cuisine in an elegant setting.
Enjoy a unique gastronomic experience in our a la carte restaurant. History and culture in each dish. Restaurante1502 is open for lunch and dinner daily and provides valet parking.
El Conuco Restaurant
They say that the best nectar emanates from the heart of the Dominican Republic and it is precisely from there, from the heart of our land, inside and brown, where we have taken chinchines from our things to offer the Dominican and the visitor, in trays of behuco and cane adorned with cayenne, full of the charism that identifies us as a people..
El Gallego Restaurant
Its rustic decoration and the close treatment of its owners make you feel at home, while a select menu starring seafood guides your diners for a trip to the flavors that reign on the other side of the puddle. There we find from the classic paella to interesting proposals of tapas, sangria, and desserts inspired by the Iberian region.
KahKow Experience at the Museum of Chocolate
Located in the heart of the Colonial Zone, the Kaw Kow Experience at the Museum of Chocolate invites you to enjoy chocolate in an entirely new way by seeing how it is made and creating your own chocolate goodies in an experience guaranteed to be sweet and fun for the entire family.
Calle El Conde
The oldest commercial street in the city, is a bustling 11-block boulevard lined with shops, cafés, restaurants and clubs.
Trampolín Children's Museum
The Trampoline Children's Museum makes learning fun with a series of interesting interactive exhibits on topics ranging from the creation of the earth and the universe to the biology of the human body, colors, energy, nature, ecology and more.
Built in the shape of a cross, this massive 676-foot monument contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus and a powerful lighting system that shines for nearly 71km (44 miles), projecting a gigantic cross in the sky.
The Colonial Gate 4d Cinema
The Colonial Gate 4D Cinema is the first 4D cinema in the Caribbean and the first cinema worldwide that allows visitors to listen to the film in 9 languages simultaneously and serves as a new entertainment option for students when visiting the colonial zone.
El Parque Colon
Located in the heart of the Colonial Zone, Columbus Park is a destination featuring historic churches, buildings, and forts. It sits at the end of Calle El Conde.
Basilica Catedral Santa Maria de la Encarnacion
Located on the Parque Colon in the Zona Colonial, the Basilica Catedral Santa Maria de la Encarnacion is the first and oldest cathedral in the Americas. Stunning features include dramatic Gothic architecture, fantastic friezes and ornamentation, the original 500-year old mahogany doors, which are still unlocked with the same centuries-old key and a hammered silver altar.
Built between 1502 and 1508, the Fortress of Santo Domingo, also known as Fortaleza Ozama, is considered to be one of the oldest forts in the Americas. Tours are offered, or you can explore the fort on your own.
Malecón de Santo Domingo
The city’s seafront boulevard—officially called George Washington Boulevard—is one of its iconic features, playing a key role in Santo Domingo’s selection as Culture Capital of the Americas in 2010. Lined with the Caribbean Sea on one end, and rows of brand hotels, restaurants, and nightlife on the other, the Malecón comes to life in the afternoon at sunset and continuing into the night.
Alcázar de Colón
One of the most popular museums in the Colonial City is also it's most impressive in architecture. Completed around 1512, this Gothic and Renaissance style palace was once the home of Diego Columbus, son of Christopher Columbus, and his wife María de Toledo, niece of King Ferdinand of Spain.
Plaza de la Cultura Juan Pablo Duarte
Launched in the 1970s, this verdant, gated complex houses a handful of the city’s key museums, including the Museo del Hombre Dominicano, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Natural History, the National Library, and the Eduardo Brito National Theater.
Jardín Botánico Nacional
The largest botanical gardens in the Caribbean, the Jardín Botánico Nacional graces the capital city with over 400 acres (two-square kilometers) of nature preserve filled with the island’s native trees, including multiple species of palm, flowers—over 300 species of orchids—and birds, such as the country’s national palm chat. A trolley tour takes you through its multiple exotic corners, the most popular of which is the Japanese garden, with a manicured, lakeside lawn ideal for picnics. Beginner or avid bird watchers can sign up for guided hikes organized by the Hispaniola Ornithological Society.
Telecommunications Cultural Center
The city’s youngest museum, inaugurated in 2011, the Telecommunications Cultural Center is also one of the most interesting, showcasing the history and evolution of media in the Dominican Republic, from television to radio, and the internet up to the 20th century and beyond. The three-story building has a modern façade that stands out from surrounding colonial buildings on Calle Isabel La Católica, and its interior exhibits showcase old communications instruments, as well as a robotics room, an electronic game room, and an audio-visual media library.
Amber World Museum
Set in one of the most beautifully restored 17th-century colonial buildings, the Amber World Museum boasts a small but comprehensive display on this precious stone on the second floor of the building—past the ground floor jewelry store. In the first dimly-lit room, red, blue, and green amber stones of varying sizes from the DR and abroad are showcased. The second room is dedicated to the unique features of Dominican amber, and its mining history in the country.
Casa de teatro
One of Santo Domingo’s and the DR’s most respected cultural centers. This historic location hosts regular art and photo exhibits, as well as movies and live music. It’s a favorite hub of creatives, from poets to writers and actors.
Mirador Sur Park
The Mirador Sur Park is the first ecological park in Santo Domingo. Its function, in addition to being a space for recreation and recreation, is the conservation of natural wealth within the city. The farallón caves were used as settlements by indigenous populations.
Obelisk of Santo Domingo
Designed in 1936, it was constructed in 1937 as a monument of 40 meters of height to celebrate the change of name of the city of Santo Domingo to Trujillo City, under the command of the dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo. It is an obelisk which can be seen from every point of the famous avenue.
Juan Dolio Beach
Located an hour east of the capital city of Santo Domingo, and even closer to the Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), the cosmopolitan coastal city of Juan Dolio offers an easy and quiet tropical escape near the capital city.
A large-scale shopping center with the most complete mix of stores, the best local brands and recognized international brands, with affordable prices for all audiences, in a close and friendly place for the whole family.
Blue Mall Santo Domingo
BLUE MALL Santo Domingo is a state-of-the-art Shopping Center designed to meet all the needs of the Dominican market.
Acropolis center is one of the commercial centers of the city of Santo Domingo, the shopping center consists of 4 levels of shops and restaurants next to the citi group tower with 18 floors, which are intended for corporate use.
A commercial complex located in the city of Santo Domingo, it is the largest shopping center on the island, it has more than 300 commercial stores.
The 360 Gallery Shopping Center was designed to be a place of family interaction, where you can make purchases and entertainment in a cozy, comfortable and safe environment.
Las Americas International Airport
Las Américas International Airport, José Francisco Peña Gómez (AILA-JFPG) approximately 20 minutes from the City of Santo Domingo, is the main air terminal of the Dominican Republic due to its location and occupies the second place in the flow of passengers Regular of the country.
International Airport La Romana
Located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, the International Airport La Romana is often viewed as the gateway to many of the nation’s most beloved attractions. Recently, this airport has been modernized while still maintaining a tropical feel.
La Isabela International Airport
La Isabela International Airport is a secondary airport in the city of Santo Domingo, the airport is mostly used for regional flights in the Caribbean area, private and sports aircraft, as well as pilot schools, air clubs and FBO.