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Tortuga Bay Tops the List of The Country’s Most Popular Hotels

Tortuga Bay, the apart-hotel Velero Beach Resort, the Gran Bahia Principe Ambar, Excellence Punta and the Hostal Nicolas de Ovando are hotels in the Dominican Republic most visited by those who use the Trivago.com travel website.

The Dominican Republic ranks as the second most visited country in Central, South America and the Caribbean, according to the website.

The website users have expressed their preference for the Punta Cana beach, followed by such popular beaches as Costambar, Alicia Beach (Sosua), Cabarete and Playa Dorada, all on the north coast.

Trivago’s specialty is to compare international hotel prices.

It helps the customer compare and find the right hotel for their particular budget.

In comparison to other similar websites, Trivago saves the customer an average 35% through the various packages it offers.

It currently has platforms in 31 countries, with a database of over 500,000 hotels.  Some 15 million visitors consult  Trivago every month.

According to Trivago, the following are the most popular hotels in Bavaro:

Tortuga Bay, Gran Bahia Principe Ambar, Gran Bahia Principe Bavaro, Secrets Sanctuary Cap Cana and Grand Palladium Bavaro Resort & Spa.

Most popular hotels in Puerto Plata:

Velero Beach Resort, Casa Colonial Beach & Spa, Casa Valeria, Club Hotel Riu Merengue, Barefoot Beach Pad.

Most popular hotels in the National District:

Hostal Nicolas de Ovando, Hotel Palacio, Hotel Freeman, Clarion Santo Domingo and M Gallery Frances Santo Domingo ex Sofitel Spa

Most popular hotels in Samana:

Grand Paradise Samana, Casa Marina Bay, Hotel Villa Serena Hotel, Hotel Todo Blanco, Hotel Chalet Tropical, Hotel Playa Colibri, Hotel La Tortuga, Grand Bahia Principe Portillo and Apar-Hotel Albachiara and Apart-Hotel Alisei.

Source: Access DR

Category: DR News |

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Last updated December 8, 2016 at 12:39 AM
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