Embassy Suites Opens in Santo Domingo
Monday June 23rd, 2014 - 10:29AM PBGD
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SANTO DOMINGO, DR—Embassy Suites by Hilton Santo Domingo, a 150 all-suites, new-build hotel, opened, forming part of the Silver Sun Gallery complex in Santo Domingo’s business district.
Located on Avenida Tiradentes in the tallest building in the city, Embassy Suites by Hilton Santo Domingo is 30 minutes from Las Americas International Airport. The hotel offers on-site access to dining and entertainment options, and proximity to the Colonial City, museums and other attractions.
Danny Hughes, SVP/Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America, Hilton Worldwide, noted this is the company's second brand in Santo Domingo. It joins the Hilton Santo Domingo.
The Embassy Suites features two-room suites equipped with a separate living area, bedroom, wet bar fitted with a microwave, mini-fridge and coffee maker, and two flat-screen, high-definition televisions. A rooftop fitness center and outdoor swimming pool also are available.
The brand’s signature features include complimentary, cooked-to-order breakfast and evening Manager’s Reception with complimentary appetizers and beverages.
There is more than 22,500 sq. ft. of indoor meeting space, including two ballrooms, break-out rooms and a meeting room. More than 4,000 sq. ft. of outdoor events space also is available for business and social functions. A 24-hour business center completes the facilities.
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