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The Dominican Republic, the New Gold Coast

Forget the days of package tours and all-inclusives. With the recent opening of some very sophisticated hotels, the Dominican Republic is trying to compete with...

World's Most Mysterious Buildings

For stories you won’t forget, detour off the beaten path to these mysterious places.

World's Best Service 2012

The city hotels, resorts, airlines, and cruise lines that nabbed top honors for service in T+L’s annual World’s Best Awards survey.

Caribbean Hotels Under $150 a Night

From private beachfront cabanas in the Bahamas to Moroccan-style villas with infinity pools in Jamaica, nothing is budget about these hideaways—except the price.

Letters | June 2011

Comments on Como No travel article about Lake Como [“Best of the Italian Lakes,” by Valerie Waterhouse, April] is complete without the inclusion of the...

Dominican Republic’s Best Small Hotels

On the Dominican Republic’s Samaná Peninsula, small hotels are making a big splash.

World's Strangest Buildings

These odd, eye-popping structures—in England, China, and elsewhere—are worth a detour.

Best Affordable Caribbean Hotels

Smart, stylish places to stay from Jamaica to Curaçao for less than $250 a night. Plus, money-saving tips for exploring the islands.

Caribbean for Less

Keep the island flavor high and the prices low at these 20 chic hotels in the greater Caribbean, from the Bahamas to St. Bart's. PLUS...

2008 World’s Best Hotel Values

Where are the top hotel values around the globe?T+L has the answers.
HOTELS

Hotel Doña Elvira

What’s It’s Like: This rambling 16th century former colonial mansion was transformed into a 15-room guest house in 2004 but it hasn’t lost any of its old world charm. Twenty-foot... more ›


RESTAURANTS

El Conde Restaurant

Located in the Hotel Conde de Peñalba in the center of the Zona Colonial (Colonial Zone), this casual café serves traditional Dominican cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Inside,... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Calle el Conde

Cheerful market street in the heart of the Zona with missable trinkets and unmissable atmosphere. (Handicrafts, other than cigars, are not the Dominican Republic's strong suit.) more ›


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