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Santo Domingo vacation rentals

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  2. Julieta Morales
LOVELY ONE BEDROOM IN SANTO DOMINGO CITY CENTER

Lovely one bedroom apartment located near city center Piantini. Walking distances to Blue Mall, the biggest supermarkets, gym and best restaurants in the city.

$50 per night
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  2. La Julia
LINCOLN SUITE: Long Term Stay

Apartamento en edificio de lujo solo para ADULTOS donde le ofrecemos la tranquilidad y comodidad necesaria para el disfrute de su estadía. Dispondrá de una habitación, baño, sala-comedor-cocina, balcón. Tiene lencería de cama, toallas, nevera, microondas, licuadora, tostadora, cafetera eléctrica e italiana, lavadora, utensilios para cocinar, cable, wifi gratuito,AC en sala y habitación, acceso al apt. por dos ascensores o escaleras. Un parqueo techado y control remoto para el portón eléctrico

$45 per night
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  2. Ensanche Quisqueya
Cozy Little Studio, Terrace in top of town.

Enjoy the simplicity of this studio, quiet and central.

$26 per night

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Wonderful Apartment / Pool / Gym
$45 per night
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HOME RELAXLIVING REGATTAII PIANTINICITYCENTER 206
$56 per night
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  2. Julieta Morales
LUXURIOUS SPACE IN SDQ FINANCIAL DISTRICT
$59 per night
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  2. Bella Vista
Warm new apartment
$48 per night
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🌀Le bleu Place🌀Downtown Santo Domingo
$52 per night
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Hermoso Apartment with Pool
$56 per night
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  2. La Julia
Apart Studio overlooking the Sea
$53 per night
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  2. Ensanche Quisqueya
¡Apartamento exclusivo en centro de Evaristo
$45 per night
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  2. Julieta Morales
✔ LUXURY 1-BDR APT. ROOFTOP POOL & GYM | DOWNTOWN!
$86 per night
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  2. Piantini
Armonia24 A7 apart, A/C,Wifi,Smart tv*Piantini/Gym
$55 per night
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Security★A/C★Top Cable★40+Mbs★Kitchen★W-Dry★DCGen
$29 per night
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  2. Julieta Morales
🌴Tropical Comfy Place🌴Downtown Santo Domingo
$53 per night

Santo Domingo house rentals

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  2. Los Prados
D4FREEE + ComfortBed..
$35 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Los Prados
My Little Studio
$20 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Los Prados
S2FreeComfortBed &BreakfastFull WifiNetflixFree
$25 per night
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🏠My House RD🇩🇴#1 •Airbnb where you're a VIP
$43 per night
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Cozy Studio in the Heart of Santo Domingo
$34 per night
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Cozy, central, well-equipped
$30 per night
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  2. Santo Domingo
House full of life, tranquility and joy.
$16 per night
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  2. Gazcue
Small room with ensuite bath.
$15 per night
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  2. Santo Domingo
Great Room, Odysseyrental #203
$14 per night
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  2. Los Prados
Where you can enjoy downtown
$40 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Santo Domingo
Penthouse | Pool | Massages: Room 1
$23 per night
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  2. Zona Colonial
Recycled room in zona colonial R2
$13 per night

Santo Domingo condominium rentals

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Cozy Seaview Apartment
$44 per night
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*Luxury* WiFi⚡️Netflix🍿2AC❄️Garage🚙Balcny🌁 📍DownTown
$56 per night
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  2. La Julia
OCEANVIEW 1 BR APARTMENT IN SANTO DOMINGO CENTRAL
$54 per night
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  2. Piantini
Luxury Aparment, City center, 14th Floor Piantini
$59 per night
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  2. Julieta Morales
*Luxury*🍸Pool ⚡️WiFi ❄️2ACs 🍿Netflix 💪🏽Gym 🚗Garage📍DT
$61 per night
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  2. Esperilla
#centrally located studio for business travelers
$30 per night
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Entire cozy apartment in the Heart of Sto Dgo
$35 per night
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  2. Piantini
Luxury apartment, City Center, Downtown!!!
$88 per night
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  2. Ensanche Quisqueya
BIG BALCONY🌄| 6 MIN BLUEMALL🏙️ | 1BR | NETFLIX
$49 per night
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  2. La Julia
Home Away From Home! SDQ Gem!
$40 per night
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  2. Santo Domingo
Luxurious fit. in the heart of Ensanche NACO 2
$55 per night
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  2. Esperilla
Modern and new apartment in downtown Sto Dgo
$41 per night

Your guide to Santo Domingo

All About Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo sits on the southern shore of the Dominican Republic and is one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean. The cobblestone streets and 16th-century buildings illustrate this capital city’s long history. As you wander the narrow lanes, you’ll take in vibrant town squares and old palaces now home to fascinating museums — such as Alcázar de Colón, part of the Ciudad Colonial UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the oldest cathedrals in the Americas, the 16th-century Catedral Primada de América, stands in a lively, leafy plaza amid people seated on shaded benches or enjoying coffee in the nearby cafe.

The Malecón de Santo Domingo promenade provides a fantastic spot to take in the sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea while enjoying a cold beer or a bite at one of the restaurants and bars on the waterfront. For a small taste of the country’s natural scenery, you can head out to Three Eyes National Park, with its three turquoise lakes, or the National Botanical Gardens, brimming with indigenous plants and peaceful green spaces.


How do I get around Santo Domingo?

The closest airport to Santo Domingo is Las Américas International Airport (SDQ). From there, it is around a 45-minute drive to the city center. You’ll find taxis located to the left of the arrivals area. Public buses run regularly throughout the day from the upper level of the airport. Most of the main attractions in Santo Domingo lie within the historical city center, which is compact and easily walkable. There’s an extensive light rail system throughout the city.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Santo Domingo?

As a tropical destination, Santo Domingo has warm weather all year round. It also experiences a dry season from around November to March, which is a lovely time to explore some of the Dominican Republic’s spectacular beaches. The dry season is also the busiest time of the year, especially during Carnival, which sees colorful parades and nationwide celebrations for the month of February, culminating on Independence Day on February 27. The historic center of town can get crowded during this time, which is good to keep in mind when you’re booking your Santo Domingo apartment rental. Visitor numbers start to thin out in April and May as the rainy season approaches, which is a pleasant time for exploring the city’s narrow streets. The rainy season lasts from May to November, with short bursts of rainfall followed by hours of sunshine.


What are the top things to do in Santo Domingo?

National Botanic Garden

One of the largest botanical gardens in the Caribbean, this sprawling complex showcases the diversity of the Dominican Republic’s various ecosystems. As you walk through the central square, you can admire ponds full of aquatic plants and colorful fish and check out the massive floral clock. At the Herbarium, you’ll learn about the native plants used in traditional medicine.

The Three Eyes National Park

Just a 10-minute drive from Santo Domingo, this spectacular nature reserve is home to a complex open-air limestone cave system. Its three crystal-clear turquoise lakes — the Three Eyes — are fed by an underground river and surrounded by dramatic stalactites and stalagmites. Lush forests envelop the caves, and if you are lucky, you may spot fish, turtles, or bats while you are there.

Calle Las Damas

Built in 1502, this cobblestone street was one of the first paved streets in the Americas and is lined with some of Santo Domingo’s oldest buildings, including the Fortaleza Ozama, one of the oldest forts in the Americas and a World Heritage Site. “The Ladies Street” is named after the gracious women who strolled along the street during the evenings.