Mar 18, 2019 - Mar 19, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Nestled in on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, La Romana is a beautiful beachside city with pristine golf courses, a complex food culture, and world-class resorts. La Romana experiences warm and sunny days throughout most of the year, and is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation away from it all. Whether you plan to stay in the city for two days or two weeks, Skyscanner will find you the most affordable lodging options so you can have a stress-free vacation.
La Romana has an excellent selection of hotels that fit any budget. You can find a standard hotel room for under $60 per night when you use Skyscanner's hotel booking tool to make your reservation. Check out Hotel Frano, Hostal Silvestre, and Hotel River View. Standard rooms will save you money if you want to spend most of your time out exploring the island. Mid-grade hotels in La Romana range from $75-$200 a night and offer high end amenities and great locations throughout the city.
La Romana is located in the heart of the Caribbean and offers all-inclusive 4 and 5-star hotels for less than $400 per night. Browse the features and accommodations offered at Casa de Campo Resort, or Villa El Encuentro in Casa De Campo. You can experience an urban luxury stay or settle into the countryside at a tranquil resort.
The quickest way to get to La Romana is via La Romana Airport, which is located approximately five miles from the city. Once you land in La Romana, you can hail a taxi, arrange for a hotel shuttle, or pick up your rental car. If you book a rental car to drive around La Romana in, be sure to reserve it using Skyscanner's car rental tool to get the cheapest rate available. La Romana Airport offers rental car services from the following companies:
La Romana is a breathtaking Caribbean Island city and offers many fabulous hotel choices along it's shores. You can also find great hotel resorts deep into the countryside and in the city. Hotels located in downtown offer quick and easy access to all of the restaurants, shopping centers, galleries, and museums.
La Romana is full of action packed adventures for thrill seekers as well as adventures for those who are looking to slow down and enjoy some peace and quiet. While you are in town, you can sign up for an exciting ATV tour around the coast or go off-roading through the jungle with Crazy Wheels. Golf lovers will get to challenge their skills at the breathtaking courses offered at La Estancia Golf Resort. You can even reserve your spot on a guided walking tour of the historical landmarks with Altos de Chavon. La Romana also has some of the most sought after fishing spots of the sea, reserve a fishing charter while visiting and see if you can catch the big one!
This was a stop on our cruise, and we did an excursion outside of La Romana, but we did a brief drive-thru of the city as well.
La Romana is my favorite city that I've been to in the Dominican Republic. It has great hotels, beautiful beaches and great food!
It isn’t a walking friendly port, but inexpensive taxis make seeing La Romana fairly easy. Rates are set, so when you walk to the taxi stand at the cruise terminal, you can buddy up with fellow cruisers and save some cash. When cruise ships are in town, the city plaza turns into a colorful market of souvenirs, jewelry and crafts. Just about all of the prices are negotiable. An added perk, the market is only a five minute or so drive from the cruise ship pier. Regardless of your destination, you can often make arrangements with the driver to come pick you up at a set time. Our polite cabbie found a spot in the shade, and waited near the city plaza while we wandered. Visiting sugar cane fields can also be a fun family activity. If you get the opportunity to taste fresh sugar cane, don’t say no.
La Romana, Dominican Republic- a hidden gem on the south eastern coast de la republica dominicana that keeps the soul vibrant with its colorful wildlife, the pallet flavorful with its limitless sancocho and your dry skin from the Dominican sun quenched with its Caribbean waters. Go and indulge in a few glasses if cubalibres (Brugal and Coca-Cola) and don't forget to shot some Mamajuana!!!