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 Santo Domingo
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.
Dos Mundos Experience
Sample outstanding cuisine in the colonial elegance of Dos Mundos Restaurant, the signature restaurant at our sister property, Hodelpa Nicolas de Ovendo.
Calle El Conde
The oldest commercial street in the city, Calle El Conde is a bustling 11-block boulevard lined with shops, cafés, restaurants and clubs.
El Faro a Colón
Built in the shape of a cross, this massive 676-foot monument contains the tomb of Columbus and a powerful lighting system that shines for nearly 71km (44 miles), projecting a gigantic cross in the sky that can be seen as far away as Puerto Rico.
The 4D Gate recreates the invasion of the walled city of Santo Domingo by Sir Francis Drake in 1586. The exhilarating experience shows what it was like to dodge cannonballs, be attacked by swords and watch the city burn.
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, the capital's main thoroughfare and a pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare lined with cafés and shops.
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.
One of the most popular museums in the Colonial City is also its 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.
Kaw Kow 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 chocolate is made and creating your own chocolate goodies in an experience guaranteed to be sweet and fun for the entire family.
Museo Infantil Trampolín
The Museo Infantil Trampolín makes learning fun with an array of interesting, interactive exhibits on subjects ranging from the creation of the earth and universe to the biology of the human body, colors, energy, nature, the ecology and more.
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.
Las Americas International Airport
Considered the second busiest airport in the country, it’s also distinguished as one of the largest in the Caribbean. In recent years, this major airport has been renovated with two additional terminals.