Tourism industry experts at this year’s Dominican Annual Tourism Exchange (DATE) conference announced several developments for the future of its capital city, most notably in Colonial City, the country’s only current UNESCO World Heritage Site. The announcements include museums, hotel properties, activities and more, and the country expressed great enthusiasm for the projects to come.
The first discovered city of the New World has experienced booming growth in recent years and is on track to exceed those metrics. The Santo Domingo Meeting, Incentives Convention and Events (SDQ MICE) of the Hotel Association from Santo Domingo announced updates and additions to further position the capital city as the premier destination for meetings. The group opened with a new promotional video of Santo Domingo presenting the capital city’s offerings of 4,000 rooms and 1,500 conference rooms.
To help further accommodate this growth, several major hotels in Santo Domingo will be updated in the coming year.
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