HODELPA NICOLAS DE OVANDO HOTEL

HODELPA NICOLAS DE OVANDO HOTEL

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Embracing a legacy of rich history dating back to the 15th century, Hodelpa Nicolás de Ovando Hotel is located on the first paved road of the New World, Calle Las Damas, in the heart of Santo Domingo’s historic Zona Colonial, designated a UNESCO Heritage Site. Comprising three stone houses and courtyards built in 1502, the historic building was the very first to be built on the country’s colonial land and the home of the town’s founder and first Spanish governor of the Americas, Nicolás de Ovando, and his companion Christopher Columbus. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the iconic luxury hotel Hodelpa Nicolás de Ovando is an archetype of the city’s colonial-style décor. Historic elegance and contemporary design combine with décor, impeccable service and modern amenities to create a sophisticated relaxing experience. Hodelpa Nicolás de Ovando Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the Zona Colonial providing easy access to a range of historically significant architectural wonders, museums, restaurants, sidewalk cafés, shops, galleries, lounges, and nightlife.

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    HODELPA NICOLAS DE OVANDO HOTEL

    www.hodelpa.com
    calle las damas ciudad colonial santo domingo RD 10210 Dominican Republic
    Tel:  +1 18094569871

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