Welcome to our home! CASA POLANCO" house across the street from Las Americas International Airport and La caleta underwater park , 5 miles from Boca Chica beach, walking distance from local beaches and 30 minutes from downtown Santo Domingo. Perfect location after a long trip.
Bienvenidos a mi casa! La casa está situada al cruzar la calle del Aeropuerto internacional de Las Américas y parque submarino la caleta, 5 m de Boca Chica ( la playa) y 30 minutos del centro de Santo Domingo.
SAFETY LOCK BOX FOR YOUR PERSONAL PROTECTION
2 full bathrooms
2 living rooms (upstairs with TV with basic internet and wifi) and one downstairs for relaxation
Dining room with big kitchen
Small balcony in every room.
Car garage ( 2 cars)
Sleeps 9 but can accommodate 10
If you want a cook for the day, we can provide 2 meals a day. breakfast and lunch or Lunch and dinner or any other 2 ways to meet the needs of our guests.
Food is not included in the fee.
A day rate applies 2 meals The cost is $30 flat fee for 2-9 people. Any extra guests after 9 there’s a $5.
15% of your meal fee will be added for our caretaker who will attend to you needs during meals. FOOD COST is NOT included in the service. This service is only for cooking and cleaning the kitchen after she's done.
Service is a flat $30. You get 2 cooking services per-day. Unused cooking service does not Carryover/rollover to the next day.
Breakfast - Lunch
Breakfast - Dinner
Lunch - Dinner
•If you're interested in this service please let me know in advance. Gratuity are welcome. Thank you
-Please read before booking-
The neighborhood is a blend of cultures. If you can't tolerated poverty in some surroundings then this location is not for you. ThisLocation is the center of la Calate ( El barrio) you will get a feel for the Dominican people. La Caleta (La Caleta municipal district) is a small community located in the Santo Domingo Province of the Dominican Republic. La Caleta obtained its name from its origins as a small cove. The culture of the Dominican Republic, like its Caribbean neighbors, is a blend of the cultures of the European colonists, African slaves, and Taíno natives. Spanish, also known as Castellano (Castilian) is the official language.
People always ask Why is there so much poverty in the Dominican Republic?
More than a third of the Dominican Republic lives on less than $1.25 a day and over 20 percent of the country lives in extreme poverty. Most of the poverty in the Dominican Republic is concentrated in the rural areas. The rural poverty rate is about three times as high as the urban poverty rate.
Welcome to our home "LA CASA POLANCO" house across the street from Las Americas International Airport , 5 minutes from Boca Chica beach and 20 minutes from downtown Santo Domingo. Perfect location after a long trip. Our 3 bedroom home it's the perfect location for you, whether you're just passing thru for the night or if you like to stay for a long vacation. It's not a Five Star Hotel or Marriot but it's very comfortable and clean. It's perfect for standby passengers and Airline crew members. Very convenient just across the street from SDQ Airport.
WHY SO MANY POWER OUTRAGE?
Almost all areas experience blackouts from a few minutes (priority lines) to several hours a day. However we have a back-up battery system so we're covered but in our neighborhood power goes out often. It is one of the inconveniences of living in a tropical and poor country, too many people still steal power from the pole.
So Washer/dryers, Air conditioner and other high voltage appliances can be very limited during power outrage.
power blackouts can be common in many areas. Why? A few reasons; poor infrastructure, not enough consumers paying for their power which leads to blackouts due to lack of funds to pay for power generation, politics also come in to play. The country has zones and in zones where newer power plants have been installed the blackouts have gone way down. However in many rural areas the upgrades have not come and power goes out often.
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