Promotes the rich and magical Dominican folklore
Casa Macorís is in one of the most charming locales in Santo Domingo’s Colonial City. The house was part of the historical Convento de los Dominicos, which still stands today just a few steps away. Here time passes with serenity, marked by the chime of bells from nearby churches.
The house features three luxury rooms with private bathroom, a welcoming and colorful living area, dining room, and a central garden with plunge pool and patio. Maximum capacity of 6 people.
Architecture: This house is an assembly of beautifully decorated rooms that seamlessly lead the guest from one space to the other, from a lounge area to a dining room and sitting area, to two interior patios with one plunge pool.
Name Origin: Macoris is a word that echoes throughout the history of the island of Hispaniola and in the past and present of the Dominican Republic.
Concept: Honors the history, heritage and Dominican identity.
Design: Bright accent colors throughout all the spaces, whether they are found on the walls, furniture or house decor; local modern art displayed throughout.
Culture: Dominican folklore, colors, art and music.