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Freundlich, schnelle Bedingung, Sicherheit gegeben, Businesszentrum, etwas zu karge Angebot am Früstücksbuffet, dazu Eier nur hartgekocht, aber Preis-Leistungsverhältnis in Ordnung. Der hartgekochtes Früstücksei in Buffet.
in der bestaetigung steht, das hotelparkplaetze kostenlos zur verfuegung stehen!!! das stimmt nicht, die parkplaetze muss man sehr teuer bezahlen!!!!!!
Location was convenient. Facilities were old as well as linens, technology, etc.
They ripped me off... I had a friend come in the morning at 10am to pick up some stuff and say hello - They charged my Credit Card an extra $50 for having my friend come to my room for 20 mins!! Unreal
Staff was helpful and friendly. Food was satisfactory in the dinning facility. Check in and check out was organized. Parking is limited and it doesn't matter if you are a guest or local casino patron. When I checked in the front desk said I didn;t have a reservation, then said it was for only one day not two as my form indicated. I received my two days without problem.
Even do I've prepaid my room when I arrived short after mid night they confirm they had my reservation but they gave my room to some one else and hotel was completely full
Great location for business. Very modern facility. NFC activated elevator and the room gains power with your room key. Staff is very welcoming and eager to help. Internet works, specially in the dinner up stairs. Beds sheets are clean. Through the room, there are well placed complimentary water bottles, including one in the bathroom and several more in the small refrigerator. Room has a kitchenette, coffee machine and towel robes. Spacious & modern bathroom with beautiful fixtures and hot water. Overall, rooms look very modern, staff is very friendly, location is pristine, Continental Breakfast is very good and the view from the dinner is wonderful. If you're looking to spend a night or two near the city, this can go on your list for up to $80/night. Unclear and confusing entrance to the hotel from the main street. Night staff is not trained as well as the daylight staff. Staff would not inform of the room key operations (NFC). Internet is slow in the rooms and cuts off very often. Beds are lower than expected and the room isn't as clean as it might look. The chair of the desk is kind of uncomfortable to work on it as it is not a desk chair but one of those plastics with metal you would use at a party. I found several instances of long hair, apparently from previous guests on the carpet. The bathroom had stains on the floor and there were residues of someone who probably threw up near the lower left side of the bathroom door. Also, the beautiful sink fixtures were in need of a dry cloth swipe and the shower head had mold and water residues accumulated on it. Although bathrooms are modern and spacious, the shower glass that protects the water from flooding the floor, is too short, so water do goes out into the bathroom floor. In all, this hotel has the infrastructure to be a very good little gem but small management details need to be addressed first. Just then, it'll be worth more than $80 per night.
For "Santo Domingo" this hotel is fairly priced for it's star rating. It's an older building, but recently renovated and redesigned inside. The lobby and rooms are modern with new baths (CAUTION: slippery shower tiles!). The rooms and public areas are clean. Even though the hotel is facing a main avenue (27. Febrero), the rooms are surprisingly quiet. I know Santo Domingo well, the location is "OK" if you just stay overnight or are OK with taking a taxi to most everything. There are NO good dining opportunities besides the hotel restaurant. The two malls at "walking distance" are some of the older malls and only have food courts and the better of the two may be too far a night. The hotel restaurant is food wise OK. Sadly the staff is too busy checking their messages on their cell phones and discussing them with each other. I had to get up from my table twice. Getting some coffee and desert after dinner, took 15 mins to get a waiter. Another 30 mins after TWO warnings (the last one ALOUD across the room offering to either bring the coffee and pastery in one more minute or the Chef... 2 mins later we finally got the coffee and pastery). Breakfast buffet is "OK" but again the "service" is lacking training and supervision. Storing bags for a few hours after check out is interesting again. The desk manager has a room for it, but no clear process, has to find some paper and scribble on it. Checkout is another point of discussion. People checking out before us criticized and questioned the transparency and clarity with which the credit card "security hold" was being handled. This is typical in Dominican Hotels! My advice is NOT to use any extra services or pay them cash against a receipt. So that the deposit/hold/freeze can simply asked to be canceled. While there were 3 people at the front desk, only one was handling customer flow. The manager seemed busy with himself and an other "customer assistant" was very busy ignoring customers. All in all, it seems there needs to be training, training, training and supervision. While the rooms are fairly freshly renovated, some of the materials used are not commercial grade, and some are just not appropriate or safe, which is typical for Latin America. The shower floor tiles are not meant for wet areas and are extremely slippery (a rubber mat is included, USE IT!). The room furniture is already showing signs of suffering from the humidity (electrical power in the DR is very expensive, so they turn the AC off when nobody is using the room.... composit board can't handle the humidity, and I am afraid it won't age well under commercial use and abuse). At our room's bath room entry there is an un-framed person-sized mirror FLOATING on pins. Anybody falling, or leaning on the mirror will break it and may be badly hurt. Keep in mind, weather you are American or what ever you are, the DR has no liability laws like the US. So use caution... not just at this hotel!
Hotel Palacio is a standing work of art. A very simple hotel filled with a consistent colonial homage throughout. The respectful Traveller will enjoy its location and proximity to authenticity. The bright light outside my door was annoying at night.
gorgeous building, interior, and courtyard design. it really is unique and mazelike; i was smitten. (i'm from california so i'm floored by anything > 100 years old.) décor is like a regal columbus-fanboy/conquistador-chic, the zealotry of which i found somehow both zinn-esquely uncomfortable and museum-patron aesthetically pleasing. our room had tons of space, an antechamber with a few couches, a great bathroom (jet tub!, separate shower, separate toilet, bidet), an adorable relic of a pc with a 3.5" floppy drive, decent wifi (got dropped a few times but it was reasonably fast compared to what i'd seen in other cafés... just don't plan on playing an fps, etc.). we had the 5-crown room which i wouldn't normally spring for; there just wasn't vacancy in other rooms: it was the perfect hideaway to recharge and relax after walking around all day. so comfy :3 the location is perfect for exploring the zona colonial. my bf appreciated the a/c, which was very effective. nothing too bad, but staff was just okay, not super attentive and not particularly helpful when i had issues, i wouldn't consider them outright rude or anything though. e.g. -- i asked for a first aid kit or a bandage etc (in spanish) when my bf cut his foot and they just kinda shrugged and stared, so i just had to go outside and look for a pharmacy. -- i asked for the balcony door to be unlocked and they just never got around to it for the entire duration of my stay, etc. the free/not-free breakfast debacle: like another reviewer, i also was kind of confused when at checkin they said i had to pay for breakfast (the description said it was included). i chalked this up to an inaccurate description sent to the various hotelerie sites, and just assumed i'd pay for it a subset of the days, but then at checkout they didn't charge me for any of my breakfasts... so eh? if i had known it was actually included instead of hearing conflicting information i would have eaten breakfast there 100% of the time and saved some money : \ a lot of these might just be cultural differences, which is why i wanna reiterate that it wasn't too bad... i just wouldn't call it amazing service as i'd heard described in other reviews.
Quaint Clean Attentive staff Deliciouso breakfast! We had a junior suite on the main floor. The traffic noise woke us up on several occasions. Get a room on a higher floor TV was almost un watchable due to problems with the color. I reset it to the factory settings but no luck. AC was either full on or off. No in-between.