Hotel Duque De Wellington


Avenida Independencia 304 Gazcue Santo Domingo
See nearby area

Lonely Planet review

With such an old-fashioned name, it’s not surprising this hotel isn’t fashionably modern. In fact, it’s downright conservative, with room furnishings and decor that try terribly to be tasteful but are in the end fairly dowdy. Rooms on the 2nd floor have higher ceilings, and more expensive ones have balconies that provide more light. There’s a restaurant and travel agency on the 1st floor.

Our independent authors have visited Hotel Duque De Wellington and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Santo Domingo.

Services & facilities

  • Air Conditioning
    • Air conditioning
  • Parking
    • Parking
    • Free parking
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Wi-Fi
    • Internet access
  • Guest services
    • 24 hour reception
    • Tours/travel desk
  • Transport/transfers
    • Airport transfers
  • Housekeeping
    • Housekeeping service
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Restaurant
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair accessible

Description provided by property

"The most beautiful land human eyes have ever seen 'commented Christofer Columbus when he discovered the Dominican Republic on his first voyage in 1492.

Today in the middle of the oldest city of America, The Duque De Wellington Hotel is perfectly located to offer the best of treasures of this enchanting city.

Nearby the 'Malecon' and 'El Conde' boulevard, this is a special place to stay while you visit Santo Domingo either on vacations or on business.

The hotel is a huge and beautiful white house where you will be able to relax and have nice holidays.

With our 30 comfortables rooms: 22 singles and 8 suites, we have all the details that you expect:
Cable TV with 60 channels
Security box
Phone service
Wide closets
Privates bathroom
Hair dryer
And, of course, a profesional room service
It's like stay at home but better.

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