Hotel in the heart of colonial city with modern details – 1010

The hotel has an outdoor pool and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar.
You can choose from an array of facilities and services and you can benefit of our exclusive and discounted rates for your wedding guests staying at the hotel, obtain your wedding night free of charge in one of our premium suites.
For a gathering that meets your vision at every moment, our Banquet Manager will personally work with you to ensure that no detail is overlooked. From the cuisine and venue décor to flower arrangements, photography, entertainment and discounted accommodations for your guests, every wedding we host is a fully tailored celebration.
Function Venues
La Casona Event House
La Casona is a refurbished sixteenth century building refurbished exclusively for events, seminars, weddings.
La Casona First Level
The first floor of La Casona accounts with a reception area and 3 independants salons (Salon I, Salon II & Salon III), ideal for business meetings.
La Casona Second Level
The second floor of La Casona, The Presidential Salon, can accommodate up to 200 people seated.
Terraza Rooftop
Terraza Rooftop is Billini Hotel open air restaurant located on the 4th floor, next to the pool. You can enjoy a spectacular and exceptional view at any event of 50 to 80 people.
Terraza Corner
Terraza Corner is an attractive terrace with cozy vegetation and a view of the Regina Angelorum Church. Located on the second floor of our cafe, with capacity for 50/60 people. Ideal for groups and cocktails
Located within the hotel, this lush garden space is the perfect outdoor setting for intimate weddings, showers and luncheons of up to 30 guests.

Ruin of colonial building was constructed in 1503-1508 years – 2009

A place of mercy built under a reign of terror, the first hospital in America was constructed in 1503-1508 by order of Nicolas de Ovando, Spanish soldier, knight, and Governor of the Indies. Only a few years had passed since Columbus was removed from governorship of the island in chains, accused of gross abuses of power. Columbus was replaced by Francisco de Bobadilla, who was replaced just a few years later by Ovando.
Over its 350 years of operation it has been attacked by pirates, acted as a military hospital, and witnessed revolution. It finally succumbed to a combination of old age and earthquake damage, with much of the structure torn down in 1911 to reduce the risk of collapse. It now sits abandoned and in ruins, home to flocks of pigeons.

16th century built house in the heart of old city – 2007

This villa is a house built at the beginning of the 16th century in Santo Domingo de Guzmán, the oldest city in the New World. During its origins it was part of the Monastery of the Convent of the Dominicans. These “monastic cells” later became classrooms of the Santo Tomás de Aquino University, the first university in the new continent.
With the firm intention of recovering a property of highly historical value, both civil and religious, this house was acquired during the year 1994, thus initiating an ambitious project called to support the culture, history, art and education.
The Educational and Cultural Plaza Eugenio y Salomé, sponsored by Quinta Dominica and where the remains of the Puerto Rican educator Eugenio María de Hostos and the great Dominican educator and poet Salomé Ureña rested for some time, is located in the posterior area of ​​the Church of La Third Order and in front of the doors of the Dominican Monastery.
Space can accomodate some 160 people maximum with sitting capacity and some 250 to 300 persons in case of standing cocktails mainly in open space/ garden. Included are 2 indoor rooms with a/c which can accommodate either a buffet and or some 90 seated guests.