Cord House

Photo Credit: © Richie Diesterheft CC BY

The Cord House was one of the first houses on the island to be built to the Spanish style. While today it does not house much to see, it is a clear indicator of distinction between the Spanish occupation versus the Spanish Colonization.


The Cord House today serves as a cultural center, and all walking by a free to come in and explore the old building. While here, you can also see if any events will be going on while you are in town.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Cord House may choose to book their trip in Zona Colonial, since travelers to this region of the Dominican Republic will have the benefit of easy site access during their visit. There are a notable amount of hotels in the district nearby this attraction.

Hotels near Cord House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Antiguo Hotel Europa Hotel 0.0 mi. (0.4 km) WNW
Sofitel Frances Santo Domingo Hotel 0.1 mi. (0.2 km) SW
Hostal Nomandas Hostel 0.1 mi. (0.3 km) SW
Hostal Nicolas De Ovando Hotel 0.1 mi. (0.3 km) SE
Bettye's Galleria Guesthouse Guest house 0.1 mi. (0.2 km) S
Hodelpa Caribe Colonial Hotel 0.2 mi. (0.2 km) S
Hotel Conde De Penalba Hotel 0.2 mi. (0.1 km) S

Location and What's Nearby

Outdoor activities like golfing and beach-going are by no means hard to come by in the area. Vacationers interested in showing their talents around the course, might want to do so at the most convenient golfing facility, which is Isabel Villas Golf. Free days can also be filled with time at Montesinos Beach, the nearest beach. While the options above may be the closest, you will still find various equally enjoyable outdoor options. Guests will also find a variety of interesting places out of the sun in the vicinity. There are two additional attractions worth visiting in the area -Casa Del Cordon and Museum Of Rum and Sugar Cane- both of which are located within a couple miles of the historic site.


Contact Information

Location: Calle Isabel la Catolica, Zona Colonial, the Dominican Republic


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