Explore exciting things to do and see in Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is a lively mix of modern and ancient, melding its identity as one of the New World's oldest cities with a vibrant, contemporary culture. Located in the center of the financial and commercial district of the city, the Radisson places you conveniently close to excellent shopping opportunities, sprawling gardens and fascinating museums. Spend the day browsing the shops at Agora Mall or Blue Mall, and then head to a Lions or Tigers baseball game at Estadio Quisqueya. For vacationers, Santo Domingo's Teatro Nacional and Museo del Hombre Dominicano are must-visit destinations, while corporate travelers appreciate our proximity to businesses like BMW and Ambev Dominicana. The area's thriving nightlife is also not far away.
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Acropolis Center

0.94 mi / 1.51 km from the hotel
Whether you want to enjoy a film, lace up your boots for a turn around the skating rink or shop for a bargain at stores like Nine West and Mango, you are sure to find something to entertain you at the Acropolis Center.

Ágora Mall

0.63 mi / 1.01 km from the hotel
Known for its eco-friendly design, Ágora Mall consists of more than 180 stores, including on-site dining options and a movie theater.

Alcázar de Colón

2.92 mi / 4.7 km from the hotel
See late medieval and Renaissance works of art at this mansion, constructed by Christopher Columbus' son between 1510 and 1512.

AquaMundo Sambil

1.12 mi / 1.81 km from the hotel
See various species of fish and reptiles and even hold a starfish in indoor, air-conditioned comfort at AquaMundo Sambil.

Catedral Primada de América

2.91 mi / 4.68 km from the hotel
This Catholic edifice is one of the oldest operating cathedrals in the Western Hemisphere. Though the cathedral once served as a pirate's headquarters, visitors to the church can now attend Mass or simply admire the stunning architecture.

Estadio Quisqueya

0.78 mi / 1.26 km from the hotel
Pick a side and root for your team at this baseball stadium, home to both the Licey Tigers and the Escogido Lions.