Maison Gautreaux - Santo Domingo18.4652150373602, -69.8965108394623
Maison Gautreaux is a good choice to stay in Santo Domingo.
The hotel is about 1100 meters from National Palace.
La Isabela airport is about 25 minutes by car.
Maison Gautreaux Hotel consists of 20 rooms where guests can enjoy free wireless internet, individual climate control, cable television, a personal safe and ironing facilities. Some rooms at Maison Gautreaux Hotel have a view over the ocean. They offer bathrooms fitted with a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Providing a selection of meals, La Parrilla and Adrian Tropical are approximately 550 meters away.
Such facilities as a designated area for smoking, a safety deposit box and a car park are available on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 20.
Bar/ Lounge area
Paid airport shuttle
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Paid airport shuttle
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- In-room breakfast
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- DVDs/ Videos for children
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Soundproofed rooms
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Cable/ Satellite television
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 1 Single bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
In the Room
1 Single bed
- City landmarks
This hotel was disappointing based on the online photos and what I found once I arrived there in person. Rooms and bathrooms were cramped and it smelled mildewy. The staff did not speak any English. Overall on a 10 scale I give this one a 4 and I am being generous.
The hotel experience was good, clealiness ok, Very good staff
No swimming pool
Great value for your money!!! Very good location and relatively good service
Poor internet (only worked outside of the room)
The breakfast was very good.
Everything was correct, but I suggest that they do a check in their A/C system.
Overall it is a great hotel for the price and location. We needed somewhere to lay our heads down and feel comfortable. This place has just that. The Malecon is right across the street and the happening part of the malecon is a few blocks away (movie theater, pizzarelli, Helados Bon, outside gym, playground). We stayed a week and had a car which we parked right across from the Hotel, nothing happened to it, which is a sign of the area. Overall great place and I'll definitely stay there again PS the breakfast was grilled ham and cheese with an assortment of fresh fruits and natural juice - I loved it!
Unfortunately, the Hotel is located around the corner from a very hot strip on Avenida Independencia, where after 10pm you may see hookers on the corner trying to pick up business. However, it is still a very safe area.
Inexpensive hotel by DR standards. Located right beside the Intercontinental Hotel just half a block from the Malecon. Inexpensive taxi to colonial sector.
Quite basic and somewhat bleak. Long walk to colonial sector. Lots of streetside garbage right opposite the front entrance of the hotel.
A worker tried to short change Me O. My departure on the 19 rh of April at 5:45 am in the morning.
The staff was very helpful and the location excellent. Half a block from the Malecon and easy walking distance to good restaurants, El Conde, and La Zona Colonial. Having breakfast included in the cost of the room a big plus.
Room was a bit cramped for 2 people, but we managed just fine.
The staff is sympa.
Noisy as I was sleeping in a room with broken window and an A/C running all night right outside that window. More, if you stayed long, will be feeded up with the dull breakfast. Same breakfast everyday...boring.
+ The staff was helpful always when we asked something + At least some of the rooms are in ok condition + The jacuzzi was nice, although it was in bad shape. It worked though and we could by beer downstairs. + Good location
- Air conditioning is noisy and it can't be adjusted. It gets freezing cold. - We were here two times during our vacation, the first room was pretty ugly and trashy, the other one was a lot better. So, I would suggest that you ask to see some available rooms first. - There's not much to do in Santo Domingo. It's dirty, noisy, there's hard to walk and beaches are full of rubbish. What an ugly town.. yuk! Distances are too long to walk and every taxi and everybody wants to rip off tourists.