B & B Campomar de Santo Domingo

Bed & Breakfast

Rellenado 70%

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Comentarios 4

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    Constanza Ojeda
    Este lugar me gusta mucho porque esta bien preparado y la gente es muy agradable, amable, atenta, etc. Sinceramente yo lo recomiendo y espero que otras personas Lo hagan al igual que yo.
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    Sandra Cavalcante
    Hermoso lugar para descansar, atención de primera, un desayuno delicioso, habitación con terraza, para se sentir en casa. Recomiendo
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    Josefina Ojeda
    Este lugar me encanta porque están siempre atentas y te toman mucha atención son amigable , comprensible y son muy buenas personas ☺
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    Luis Vasquez
    Excelente opción para descansar en un ambiente familiar, atendido muy bien por sus propios dueños

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bbcampomar.com
+56 9 9251 3869
Maestranza 26A , Huertos de Chile, Santo Domingo, Santo Domingo, Región de Valparaíso, Chile
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Bed and breakfast with Campomar de Santo Domingo is a family house offering accommodation with complimentary breakfast. It is a facility that offers comfortably furnished rooms with private bath, cable TV, wi fi throughout the hotel and free parking.

Bed and Breakfast Santo Domingo is located in the Commune Rocas de Santo Domingo Park, just minutes from Tricao park where you can do adventure sports like Canopy and kayaking, biking, hiking, near the condo Las Brisas de Santo Domingo where you can practice golf.

It is a resort famous for its rocks, its beach three waves and dark sand, and golf club. Their summer homes have manicured gardens and squares abundant vegetation. Its beach, 20 kilometers long, is the largest in the Central Coast. In the rockery of La Puntilla is the ancient Sunstone, or Intihuatana, which apparently was a symbol of worship of the Incas.