El Eden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews El Eden Hotel Bayahibe
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At the airport. Got Tims. Close to our gate 81. Need to pee lol Runway 08 27 degrees 20 minutes to landing woo! Landed! Got into a bus 41. At the hotel. Check in is at 2. Went to eat. Now grabbing a drink. Trying to see if our room is ready ...
... and orchestrated to give you a sense of the "real" Dominican Republic. The trip ended on Macao Beach which is absolutely beautiful and a must see.
As much as things change here in the DR they really remain the same. Being in a hurry is not an agenda. Friendly natives and expats mixed with a diversity of Europeans mostly. It was a good short trip. Enjoy the ...
... a week to remember. We also spent $20 each to go banana boating at the resort which was well worth every penny. It was an exhilarating ride as the boat flew through the water and over the waves. This was our first trip out of the country without our parents with us, and we felt very safe the entire trip. We can't wait for our next adventure to the caribbean or the dominican ...
... we didn't know anyone. A lot of people, including our parents, did not want us to go. We stayed in the city of La Romana. Within our 3 month stay, we met many friends like Lexie and Crystal.
We traveled all over the country. We did not have a car so we took public transportation. Public cars, which is a beat-up 1980 Toyota, Gua-Guas, which is a over-crowed beat up van, and motor bikes. All will cost you less than a dollar to travel. To be safe we did not ...
... people in the countryside still get around on horseback and quite a few horses were tethered in town. Outside of town stands the home of Ponce de Leon, seeker of the Fountain of Youth and explorer and namer of Florida, who was also governor of the Higuey region for the Spanish crown. I couldn’t come to an agreement on price with the attendant who was clearly trying to riff me off, so I didn’t go inside. The guidebooks indicate the interior displays are pretty sparse anyway, ...