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Discover La Castilla Colonial
For the first time in its 500 years of history, a project within the Colonial City is able to effortlessly combine the comforts of luxury modern life, and the historic and romantic elements of its surroundings. This dream come true, is what we call La Castilla. A culture filled existence, in which your neighbors are an artist, designers and architects, is one of the many joys that you’ll experience upon crossing La Castilla’s threshold.
Within the limits of the Colonial City, the combination of six homes from the XVI and XVII century has made possible the development of these exclusive residences that is La Castilla.
- Pool, fitness room, lounge bar, parking lot for both cars and motorcycles, driver’s lounge, 24-hour security and concierge, terrace, video intercom, emergency generator, luxury elevators, automatic doors, laundry room, ornamental fountains.
- 25 minutes to Las Americas International Airport.
- 5 minutes to Sans Souci and Santo Domingo Ports.
- Fast efficient way to the center of the city.
The blend between the colonial and luxury modern architecture create the exceptional style of La Castilla. Embedded in the city’s most exclusive cuadrant =, it reflects the charm of a Mediterranean villa with all the luxury and amenities of contemporary living. Designed by famed architect Leo Walser, each of the 31 apartments is unique with a piece of history to own. Functionally comfortable layouts, terrace and patios create a sense of intimacy and relaxation. Underground parking and 24 hour security watch give an exclusive sensation of privacy that completes the unparalleled experience that is La Castilla.
The travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler has included Santo Domingo’s Colonial City on the list of Latin America’s most beautiful neighborhoods. The world-famous magazine says that a stroll through this particular section of the Dominican capital “is a true delight.”
According to the magazine “…in this neighborhood is where history began in the New World and its colonial buildings are a true tourist attraction.” The article recommends a stroll along the “Las Damas” Street, perhaps one of the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.
The Colonial Zone was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990 for its many historical firsts. Visiting tourists and residents marvel at the 520-year-old neighborhood’s colonial buildings and streets.
Today, the streets of the Colonial Zone are dotted with bars, restaurants, shops, offices and museums providing enjoyment and entertainment for all.
The Zone’s museums offer a glimpse into the most relevant aspects of the Dominican Republic’s history and identity.
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