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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2018, 03:55:08 PM »
Crowne Plaza charges 50 bucks for your guess, chica friendly but at s cost.

Since when?? Do you mean to sleep over because they’ve never charged us before, but we don’t let hoes sleep in our beds so maybe that’s a thing
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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #16 on: September 14, 2018, 03:33:09 PM »
Stayed at Napolitano just a couple of blocks from The Sheraton, chica friendly with a pool and a good restaurant. https://napolitano.do/

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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #17 on: September 14, 2018, 04:48:43 PM »
I was in SD a few weeks ago. I was going to do a trip report, but honestly I do not have that much info to provide.  I stayed two nights at the crown plaza and really liked it.  I had one of my regulars meet me there.  They did not charge me extra for her.  I really like the crown plaza.  Invest the extra dollars and stay on the club level floor ( I think that’s what it’s called).  It’s a nice view of the ocean and it has a balcony Incase you or your chica blaze.  During the day it is very busy in the lobby with people in suits.  I even think a very high politician was there cause someone cam through and they blocked the street when he arrived and there was even secret service.  But at night it is quiet and the casino is closed because it was under construction. 

After spending two days with my first girl, I spent another 4 days with my other girl.  This time I changed hotels and stayed at the Jaragua.  The Jaragua is cool and all, but I preferred the crown plaza.  The Jaragua seemed more family oriented. The rooms have no balconies and my view was the top of the casino.  The staff was very friendly and it’s a nice hotel, my personal preference was the crown plaza though.

I didn’t really do much while I was there.  I did sneak out and go to the brothel right next to Hotel Mystik.  It was really bad.  I walk in and it is empty.  Then they start ringing an alarm and I head to the bar.  So here is where it gets awkward....as I am sitting at the bar they are all just standing behind me.  I turn around and say hello to everyone, but they are still just standing there.  I wasn’t really feeling any of them and there was like 15 of them. I just wanted to feel the place out, but they are making it so awkward.  I eventually just grab one and buy her a drink and threw her a few pesos to go away eventually.  A few minutes later this girl comes in with this sexy lingerie on and starts dancing on the stripper pole.  I was sold.  I got her, paid the $100, and took her to a room I got at riazor since my shorty was in the room at Jaragua.  She was cool.  BBBJ and a quick session since my shorty was waiting on me. I heard there is another brothel close by, but I def do not recommend the one right next to Hotel Mystic. 

I also went to the mall and took my shorty to some restaurant called Al Panino.  Al Panino is a cool spot and I highly recommend it.  Shorty was impressed cause there Dominican rapper there, and a Puerto Rican rapper at a different table.  Good food, reasonably priced, and good hookah. Other than that, I just chilled at the hotel.  It was my first time in SD, and I probably won’t go back.  SD is too much like NY.  The traffic gave me a headache.  When I land in POP, all my stress goes away....not in SD. Lol have fun though.  Everybody is different.

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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #18 on: September 14, 2018, 11:02:21 PM »
I was in SD a few weeks ago. I was going to do a trip report, but honestly I do not have that much info to provide.  I stayed two nights at the crown plaza and really liked it.  I had one of my regulars meet me there.  They did not charge me extra for her.  I really like the crown plaza.  Invest the extra dollars and stay on the club level floor ( I think that’s what it’s called).  It’s a nice view of the ocean and it has a balcony Incase you or your chica blaze.  During the day it is very busy in the lobby with people in suits.  I even think a very high politician was there cause someone cam through and they blocked the street when he arrived and there was even secret service.  But at night it is quiet and the casino is closed because it was under construction. 

After spending two days with my first girl, I spent another 4 days with my other girl.  This time I changed hotels and stayed at the Jaragua.  The Jaragua is cool and all, but I preferred the crown plaza.  The Jaragua seemed more family oriented. The rooms have no balconies and my view was the top of the casino.  The staff was very friendly and it’s a nice hotel, my personal preference was the crown plaza though.

I didn’t really do much while I was there.  I did sneak out and go to the brothel right next to Hotel Mystik.  It was really bad.  I walk in and it is empty.  Then they start ringing an alarm and I head to the bar.  So here is where it gets awkward....as I am sitting at the bar they are all just standing behind me.  I turn around and say hello to everyone, but they are still just standing there.  I wasn’t really feeling any of them and there was like 15 of them. I just wanted to feel the place out, but they are making it so awkward.  I eventually just grab one and buy her a drink and threw her a few pesos to go away eventually.  A few minutes later this girl comes in with this sexy lingerie on and starts dancing on the stripper pole.  I was sold.  I got her, paid the $100, and took her to a room I got at riazor since my shorty was in the room at Jaragua.  She was cool.  BBBJ and a quick session since my shorty was waiting on me. I heard there is another brothel close by, but I def do not recommend the one right next to Hotel Mystic. 

I also went to the mall and took my shorty to some restaurant called Al Panino.  Al Panino is a cool spot and I highly recommend it.  Shorty was impressed cause there Dominican rapper there, and a Puerto Rican rapper at a different table.  Good food, reasonably priced, and good hookah. Other than that, I just chilled at the hotel.  It was my first time in SD, and I probably won’t go back.  SD is too much like NY.  The traffic gave me a headache.  When I land in POP, all my stress goes away....not in SD. Lol have fun though.  Everybody is different.

This is a very accurate report for a person without a plug in the city
As I stated earlier for folks the Crowne Plaza is the best place I’d recommend staying but during the week they are usually filled with business travelers. It’s a business hotel. But it is Chico friendly. Also the rate during the week is actually higher than the weekend rate Because they’re busy time is during the week not weekend as most would expect.
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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #19 on: September 15, 2018, 05:56:28 AM »
My hotel choice in SD is Hotel Palacio on Duarte St in the Zona Colonial area. It's a small hotel reasonably priced, Chica friendly, free breakfast, good wifi, cable Tv, on site gym and a swimming pool on the roof.

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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #20 on: September 15, 2018, 05:54:11 PM »
My hotel choice in SD is Hotel Palacio on Duarte St in the Zona Colonial area. It's a small hotel reasonably priced, Chica friendly, free breakfast, good wifi, cable Tv, on site gym and a swimming pool on the roof.

Most guys will complain about the quality.
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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #21 on: September 15, 2018, 06:57:23 PM »
My hotel choice in SD is Hotel Palacio on Duarte St in the Zona Colonial area. It's a small hotel reasonably priced, Chica friendly, free breakfast, good wifi, cable Tv, on site gym and a swimming pool on the roof.

Most guys will complain about the quality.

I think it's top quality for a small boutique hotel, again I'm not saying it's better than the Crown Plaza, for I've never stayed at the Crown Plaza. It's just another option.

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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #22 on: September 16, 2018, 11:00:39 AM »
My hotel choice in SD is Hotel Palacio on Duarte St in the Zona Colonial area. It's a small hotel reasonably priced, Chica friendly, free breakfast, good wifi, cable Tv, on site gym and a swimming pool on the roof.

Most guys will complain about the quality.



I think it's top quality for a small boutique hotel, again I'm not saying it's better than the Crown Plaza, for I've never stayed at the Crown Plaza. It's just another option.

I agree and personally would have no issues staying there, but it is for a seasoned traveler, not a nit picker..
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Re: Hotels in Santo Domingo
« Reply #23 on: September 16, 2018, 01:05:51 PM »
Great place , free breakfast, free parking ! Stayed there my first time in  SD. No problems at all . But you can get Airbnb for half the price and just as nice

 


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