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Accommodations in the Dominican Republic range from the lavish and expensive to the modest and moderately-priced. In recent years, the island has seen unprecedented building boom, which has added nearly 10,000 hotel and resort rooms. Needless to say, finding a place to stay in the Dominican Republic should not be a problem.
Inexpensive hotels and resorts can be found almost anywhere on the island. Travelers will find most of the island's budget hotels in Samana, which is close to the Puerto Plata International Gregorio Luperon airport. Most of the hotels in this region of the Dominican Republic are simple but charming, and can cost as little as $20(USD) or as much as $70(USD) per night.
Smaller lodgings can have many of the same amenities as larger hotels and resorts for a fraction of the price. These quaint accommodations offer vacationers friendly service and a little piece of the Dominican Republic's culture.
There are also moderately priced hotels in Punta Cana, on the island's eastern coast. Many of these hotels are on or near Bavaro Beach, which make them perfect for vacationers who plan to spend their time sunbathing or enjoying watersports. These hotels can run anywhere from $70(USD) to $150(USD) a night.
The most luxurious and expensive lodgings can be found in the capital city of Santo Domingo. These extravagant hotels are large buildings that contain all the extras that vacationers could want, including waterfalls, mirrored closets, and marble floors, just to name a few. These extra amenities do make staying at one of these hotels a little pricey. These deluxe accommodations can cost $300(USD) or more per night.
Choosing the right hotel or resort will all depend on your budget and the kind of experience you want to have while on vacation. Larger hotels and resorts can cost more than some of the smaller hotels and inns, but they also offer more options, such as package deals that may include meals. These lodgings should not be confused with all-inclusive accommodations.
With such a wide selection, the Republic has something to fit the budgets and tastes of most vacationers. Remember, though, that all hotels charge a government tax of 11 percent, plus a 10 percent service charge, which does not include gratuity. This is an important factor to consider when budgeting for your vacation.
Below, you can browse the Dominican Republic's incredible selection of hotels. Click on any of their several properties to start narrowing down your search. Each hotel has an article of its own, detailing on-site dining, nearby activities and attractions, room amenities, and more.
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The list of Dominican Republic properties can be intimidating, so make your search easier by viewing only all-inclusive resorts on the island. These properties offer some amazing deals.
Travelers who are bringing their kids along might want to further narrow their search by viewing our list of hotels that offer activities and amenities that are ideal for family vacations.
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