Evokes travel, history and exploration
The original structure dates to the Spanish colonial era. Located on the grounds of the former Dominican Monastery, successive uses and restorations have transformed the house, surpassing its original state. Vintage maps, plantation-style furniture and richly patterned floor tiles create a colonial-tropical ambience.
The house features three luxury rooms with a private bathroom, living and dining area, open kitchen, large patio and courtyard. Guests may enjoy its lush open courtyard and refreshing swimming pool. Maximum capacity of 6 people.
Architecture: This home feels tropical all around. Spacious, bright and colorful rooms mirror the 19th century and a large courtyard with a pool flanked by lush tropical vegetation.
Name Origin: A journey from the sixteenth century to the present day depicted by the adorning maps of Hispaniola, the Colonial City, and the Caribbean.
Concept: Nautical, colonial, tropical feel.
Design: Rustic and refined; intricate carpets, handmade crafts and modern paintings that evoke the architecture of a distant past.
Culture: Historical exploration, the Colonial City.