on April 9, 2007
Located in the heart of the Zona Colonial (Colonial Zone), the original district of the Dominican Republic's capital, this hotel is renovated and expanded property built around the residence of the city's earliest colonial governor, for whom it remains named. Interior courtyards of fountains, lush gardens, surrounded by rough-cut stone Romanesque interior walkways, rooms with high, slanted wood-beamed ceilings, flag-stoned floors throughout and interior design that evoke the building's 16th century origins, all contribute to an ambience and memory you will find special to any hotel experience anywhere in the Americas. The modern amenities and first-class dining are also all there, but it's the location at the center of this restored historic quarter, plus the loving attention to detail throughout Sofitel Nicolas de Ovando that you will savor and take away with you.
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