Casa del árbol

Casa del Árbol

Celebrate the pleasures of nature in the Colonial City.

Centuries ago, Casa del Árbol was the home of an architect who carried out important civil and restoration works in the Colonial City. Original gray and white tiles still remain in the house, reminding us of its former glory and its connection to the first Cathedral of the New World.

The house has four Luxury Rooms, each with a private bathroom, which are arranged around the tranquil central patio, and complemented by the lobby, library and outdoor social areas. Its bathrooms stand out for their soaring ceilings, artwork and vintage-style bathtubs.

The heart of the house is its courtyard, a tranquil sanctuary where the melodies of tropical birds accompany the visitor under the shade of a majestic mango tree. The interior reflects the rich Dominican culture with local art and furniture ranging from modern to tropical.

Origin of the Name: Inspired by the mango tree that shelters the courtyard.

Concept: The colonial tradition of the pineapple as a symbol of hospitality.

Design: Eclectic spaces where local pieces, contemporary furniture, and warm colors blend.

Architecture: Casa del Árbol, in the heart of the Colonial City, blends the charm of the 16th century with eclectic design that merges colonial and modern elements. Close to iconic sites like the Convento de los Dominicos, this corner house stands out for its traditional structure with an inner courtyard and brick arches, all meticulously preserved to convey the impression of the grand house that it once was.


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Experience is believing. The Colonial City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the oldest permanent city established by Europeans in the Western Hemisphere.

The historic quarter pulses with history. Cobblestone streets are lined with beautiful homes and monuments, small shops, museums and restaurants. Stroll on your own or let our Concierge organize unique experiences.