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Island Life Hostel

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2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Welcome to Island Life Hostel in Santo Domingo.... More...

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La Choza

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
Fabulous 88
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

We love to get to know all the travelers that stay with us that's why we chosen to operate in a hostel. If you want to have a great time and come and visit us!... More...

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Malecon Premium Rooms

Hotel
2km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 2
  • Wonderful Location
  • Excellent Cleanliness

Malecon Premium Rooms offers cozy, modern accommodation, conveniently located in the famous strip of Santo Domingo (El Malecón).... More...

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Tropical Island Apart-Hotel

Apartment
7.8km from city centre - Show on Map
2.3
Rating 4
Free WiFi

Tropical Island Aparthotel – A Safe Property!

Offers convenient amenities and easy access to the capital's beautiful monuments. Free gated parking is offered and Las Americas International A... More...

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Hostal La Colonia by The Oxo House

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
9.7
Superb 1
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hostal La Colonia by The Oxo House affordable prices for an amazing stay!... More...

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Hotel Boutique Puerto Malecon

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 3
Free WiFi

Hotel Boutique Puerto Malecon is a great hotel to stay in Santo Domingo. Close to the main attractions and the beach. Free WiFi also included.... More...

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Fixie Lofts Santo Domingo

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi

With a low occupancy approach, FIXIE offers light filled lofts, with kitchen, desk - perfect for working at your laptop and en suite bathroom.
Enjoy tropic sunshine at the pool, 3 sundecks, courtyard... More...

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Royal Palace Hotel

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2.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

In Royal Palace Hotel, everything is designed for your comfort and relaxation.... More...

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Santo Domingo is a lively city full of Caribbean spirit and colonial character in the Dominican Republic. It’s a place where new and old merge into an exciting melting pot of different influences. Traditional bachata music murmurs through its old cobblestone streets, while downtown runs to the beat of its upscale dance clubs. From its beginnings as Christopher Columbus’ New World discovery, the old city today stands as a UNESCO-protected site doused in old-world charm. Take a day or two to discover its centuries-old churches and atmospheric plazas before heading off to nearby beaches.

Many Santo Domingo hostels are housed in the city’s historic colonial buildings, within the old town area. Find hostels in Santo Domingo with shady courtyard areas and swimming pools, as well as charming features like railed balconies and tiled floors. Choose to stay in a shared dorm in a rustic-style interior or opt for a little luxury with a private room in a spa stay. You can also find a Santo Domingo hostel with an outdoor terrace with views of the marina, or a hostel with a lively on-site bar. 

The city is divided into different areas with the Ozama River running through its centre. Zona Colonial, the city’s old town, can be found on the western banks. Towards the seafront is the Malecón, a long promenade with palm tree-lined boulevards and casinos. Away from the centre you’ll find the neighbourhoods of Naco and Piantini, which have an upscale vibe, as well as a buzzing nightlife. The eastern side of the river, known as Santo Domingo Oriental, is worth exploring for its National Park full of open-roof caverns and underground lakes. 

Parque Colón, where Columbus’ statue stands tall, is a good starting point to get your bearings. It’s a lively hub where musicians and street performers often set up. Stroll down Calle El Conde street for its charming European vibe and al-fresco cafés. Other nearby colonial gems include the Catedral Primada de América, Alcázar de Colón and the Museum of the Royal Houses. Amateur photographer? Armed with your camera, head down Calle Hostos and Calle Jose Reyes for their brightly painted buildings. 

Santo Domingo has two airports. The main one, Las Américas International Airport, is 22km east of the city. The other, La Isabela, offers domestic flights only. Taxi services can take you into the city. There's also a bus service which connects Port-au-Prince, and other cities, to Santo Domingo. Getting around town is effortless with the city’s local buses and metro lines that run through the major areas.

Top rated hostels in Santo Domingo

We have 8 hostels in Santo Domingo with an average rating of 7.6 based on 1,195 reviews 8 of 8 properties available in Santo Domingo

About Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is a lively city full of Caribbean spirit and colonial character in the Dominican Republic. It’s a place where new and old merge into an exciting melting pot of different influences. Traditional bachata music murmurs through its old cobblestone streets, while downtown runs to the beat of its upscale dance clubs. From its beginnings as Christopher Columbus’ New World discovery, the old city today stands as a UNESCO-protected site doused in old-world charm. Take a day or two to discover its centuries-old churches and atmospheric plazas before heading off to nearby beaches.

Many Santo Domingo hostels are housed in the city’s historic colonial buildings, within the old town area. Find hostels in Santo Domingo with shady courtyard areas and swimming pools, as well as charming features like railed balconies and tiled floors. Choose to stay in a shared dorm in a rustic-style interior or opt for a little luxury with a private room in a spa stay. You can also find a Santo Domingo hostel with an outdoor terrace with views of the marina, or a hostel with a lively on-site bar. 

The city is divided into different areas with the Ozama River running through its centre. Zona Colonial, the city’s old town, can be found on the western banks. Towards the seafront is the Malecón, a long promenade with palm tree-lined boulevards and casinos. Away from the centre you’ll find the neighbourhoods of Naco and Piantini, which have an upscale vibe, as well as a buzzing nightlife. The eastern side of the river, known as Santo Domingo Oriental, is worth exploring for its National Park full of open-roof caverns and underground lakes. 

Parque Colón, where Columbus’ statue stands tall, is a good starting point to get your bearings. It’s a lively hub where musicians and street performers often set up. Stroll down Calle El Conde street for its charming European vibe and al-fresco cafés. Other nearby colonial gems include the Catedral Primada de América, Alcázar de Colón and the Museum of the Royal Houses. Amateur photographer? Armed with your camera, head down Calle Hostos and Calle Jose Reyes for their brightly painted buildings. 

Santo Domingo has two airports. The main one, Las Américas International Airport, is 22km east of the city. The other, La Isabela, offers domestic flights only. Taxi services can take you into the city. There's also a bus service which connects Port-au-Prince, and other cities, to Santo Domingo. Getting around town is effortless with the city’s local buses and metro lines that run through the major areas.