La RomanaFrom $379
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Fav. hotelFrom$378Per night
Lying amidst sprawling grounds of a vast 28 square kilometres, this first-class hotel comprises several individual villas offering a total of 450 rooms including 150 apartments. Amongst the facilities within the fully air-conditioned main building include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a bank, a hairdresser's salon, a café and a selection of shops in addition to a bar and 10 air-conditioned à la carte restaurants. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park and garage facilities and there is a kids' club for younger guests. Room service and laundry services round off the offerings.See more
Fav. hotelFrom$461Per night
The air-conditioned holiday village has a total of 116 rooms. Guests are welcomed in the lobby, which offers a hotel safe, currency exchange and a newspaper stand. Additional amenities include a hairdressing salon and guests can enjoy a drink at the coffee shop, nightclub, pub and bar, and dine in the restaurants. Further features include shops, Internet access, a laundry service, a concierge service and there is a car park and a garage for those arriving by car.See more
Information about La Romana
La Romana is a province of the Dominican Republic. Many tourists come here for its lovely beaches, excellent hotel complexes and interesting places for leisure and entertainment. It was originally a sugarcane growing and processing location.
The most important parts of the province to see include: Saona Island, the city of La Romana, Altos de Chavón, Catalina Island and Cumayasa.
La Romana has the Caribbean's most complete and luxurious leisure and recreation centre, called Casa de Campo. Julio Iglesias, Sharon Stone, Oscar de La Renta and other personalities have villas here.
From the port of La Romana you can take a boat to Saona Island, which is part of the Este National Park. Its beaches, with their fine, white sand, are exceptional. Here, in bays of clear turquoise water surrounded by mangroves, you can see colourful fish and turtles. It is an excellent spot for diving and other water sports.
Altos de Chavón is the replica of a medieval town. Here there are wonderful views of the River Chavón, and don't miss the impressive open theatre.
Why not visit the lovely fishing village of Bayahibe and take a boat trip to Catalina Island?
Come to the paradise of La Romana.
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