WEIGHT: 61 kg
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The Hotel room was large with 2 double bed a fridge and TV and its own patio with table and two chair. Bathroom had shower with hot and cold water. Bathroom didn't have any mosquito nets so we got lots of visitors into the room. Breakfast was included in the price but after the first day we didn't bother anymore. So since we had the rental car we drove to the nearest Super Pola and got all the local dishes you could dream off for the lowest price in the area.
Did not want to go all inclusive, and found this great hotel at a great price. The hotel has a faded grandeur about it, and looked like it once aspired to greater things. But the rooms were spotlessly clean and the staff were friendly and helpful. Cortecito is a charming village, located on a beautiful beach. Capitan Cooks restaurant is a must to visit, especially if you like sea food. You can sit in the open air restaurant and watch the fish, lobsters etc that are on the menu being brought in from the sea.
Stayed for a week, and met no other English. A lot of the Dominicans we met did not speak English, so we had fun trying out our Spanish. Following my husband's advice, we headed out to find this 'amazing place'.
We arrived in the early evening, and the sun was still out. The staff was much too casual. Nobody came out with us, although they obviously were not over worked. The grounds were terribly unkept. Weeds, brown grass, over grown landscape, unclipped hedges, broken side walks and uneven grounds. We saw the pool and it was sitting there in all its dirty and murky splendor. There was a 'cabana' behind it with closed shutters. About this 'Cabana' were two layabouts with uniforms, sitting around, and smoking.
The grounds looked deserted. We skipped our way through the broken brick walks and realized this was once a grand place. Circa 's by the construction and style. My mother guessed it was a 'Trujillo Era palace' and the front desk staff confirmed it was so, that it was owned by one of the dictator's relatives Anyhow, I digress.