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Casa Bonita Tropical Lodge  

Km. 17 Carretera de la Costa, Barahona, Dominican Repúblic.

i won't be coming back
Posted by: ethan on Jul 2, 2014
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Located in Barahona, in the still unspoiled and secluded southwest region of the Dominican Republic, adjacent to the only biosfere reserve in the country, Casa Bonita sits on a hilltop with an impresive view of the Caribbean Sea, nestled within a vast tropical forest surrounded by rivers and mountains.

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User Rating:  Casa Bonita Tropical Lodge Review: 4.00 of 5

Posted by:  ethan  on Jul 2, 2014  >  1 contribution(s) Canada
Visited on: Jun, 2014 | Leisure | With Spouse/Partner
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I visited here with my fiancé and we had a very nice time at this hotel because of its wonderful ambience and the fact that it has an intimate vibe. We loved the mountain and ocean view, it was amazing and terrific, couldn’t have asked for a better place to spend time together in. We recommend this place to couples and those on honeymoon to come enjoy what this place has to offer. We arrived to a pleasant welcome by the security and received with cheerfulness at the reception. We were offered a nice chilled drink that calmed us down after a long drive to this wonderful place and that was where the holiday started for us. The staff was extra amazing as they were very chatty and easy to talk to and that was partly because they could speak English to a level and our Spanish was good to so communication was great. The rooms are clean and tidy, the beds and pillow are very comfortable and soft so there was no issue of back pain during our 5 night stay here at this Casa Bonita. When we were shown to our room, they gave us internet password so this is better than what we get in bigger hotels in all our travels. The pool is great and we would usually sit by the pool and have drinks and the food here is great as well with nice selection. The only bad thing we would say about this Casa is that we feel like it’s a little bit overpriced but it’s great for the services you get.

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Absolutely stunning! In the middle of the pool stands a palm tree.
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User Rating:  Casa Bonita Tropical Lodge Review: 4.00 of 5

Posted by:  Debbie  on May 3, 2010  >  27 contribution(s) 
Visited on: May, 2010 | Business | Solo
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Following the impressive though exhausting excursion to Lago Enrique and Isla Cabritas, I pass by the Casa Blanca to pick up my luggage and head directly to the most renowned hotel in the Southwest part of the DR, the Casa Bonita, some 10 km further down the road towards the west. I am tired and can’t help to arrive slightly frustrated since for the last ten days I have been trying to make a reservation via the website and by phone.

Initially the reception at the hotel desk was not that friendly either, but to be fair I have to say that the attitude of the night staff improved by the minute. I pay my bill in cash, receive my key and Casa Bonita finally can start to impress me. My room is all right. In dominant sight I find an electric wine cooler stocked with 4 bottles of wine, priced at around $ 20 US each. There is no television. I notice an agreeable smell in the room. Not just the room but the sheets and towels also have the same nice fragrance. Less impressive are the dead or at least dried out flowers in my room. This should not happen. While the hotel is located at a distance of about 500 meters from the road, the noise of cars with powerful boom boxes still interfere with the serene environment that is definitely being provided by almost everything else. Another irritating noise comes from the motor of the Jacuzzi, which I can still hear while using the walk in shower with a wooden floor in the dimly lit bathroom. I could use another light next to the mirror.

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