The Weston Suites & Hotel is a business and leisure traveler hotel nestled perfectly in the center of the city, offering one of the highest standards of lodging in Santo Domingo. Our finest restaurant Takumi serves contemporary Japanese cuisine. Enjoy the stellar views of the city from our spacious rooms (studio, superior and suite) and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Our rooms are equipped for the best travel experience with Comfortable King and Queen Beds, 42 "LED TVs, IP Phone System, Executive Refrigerator, Induction Stove, Coffee Machine, and Microwave, Hairdryer, Iron and Ironing Board, Safe Box, Alarm Clock/Radio and Cellphones Power Connector.
The Hotel provides easy access to a multitude of attractions and UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites including the Colonial Zone and The Cathedral of Santa María la Menor (the oldest cathedral in the Americas), Los Tres Ojos National Park (a 50-yard open-air limestone cave and lakes), Columbus Lighthouse, shopping centers, the bustling business district, etc.
The old colonial town – Zona Colonial – will transport you back in time with its architecture and historical sites. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Zona Colonial is the perfect place to spend your day exploring, eating, and shopping.
This was the first cathedral in the New World having been completed in 1540. The first thing you’ll notice is the limestone walls that comprise the structure. These blocks defend the building against time, weather, and human destruction while adding to the building’s dominating appearance.
Another of Santo Domingo’s architectural masterpieces with its arches made of travertine marble, the Teatro Nacional Eduardo Brito has been operating since 1973 and is the country’s most prestigious arts facility. Boasting three halls, the largest can seat up to 1,600 patrons.
Built in the shape of a cross, the Columbus Lighthouse stands over the eastern end of Santo Domingo. The remains of Christopher Columbus were located at this site, which doubles as a mausoleum and museum. The lighthouse was built as a way to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Columbus’ arrival on the island. Various chambers display indigenous artifacts from around the Americas.
The nature park offers a solid glimpse of the Taino’s underground caverns once used for refuge or rituals. A winding entrance staircase leads to a series of caves, with pathways hugging three freshwater, iridescent blue lagoons or “eyes” as the Taino used to call them for their oval-shapes. A fourth lagoon is accessible via a small wooden barge, revealing a gorgeous, open-air scenery of water and a rocky landscape covered in lush vegetation all around. Keep an eye out for petroglyphs and pottery shards.
Stretching a near mile long with brilliant, white sand, this bustling stretch is well protected by a large coral reef, and its shallow turquoise waters—not more than four feet in depth, and often compared to a giant natural pool—make it a favorite swimming spot for families. Annual sailing and beach volleyball tournaments also take place in Boca Chica.
Every day we strive to serve our guests the comfort they have always longed for.