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Reviewed 24 February 2014

What a place. Built like a conquistadors castle, everything here, from the turreted walls to the grand, wooden doors, looks like it was built back when Columbus landed. Incredibly it’s actually a new build. We only stayed one night but would happily have stayed longer – everything was clean, well presented and you felt safe inside the compounds courtyard. Our...

2Thank IrishinWarsaw
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 10 January 2014

This guesthouse is unique in its architecture. The whole place is built out of stones. There are alcoves and a huge wall of stone surrounds the property. At the entrance, there is a huge metal sliding door that is always locked for our protection.There is a open concept courtyard , veranda and kitchen .In the middle are plants and trees...

2Thank mlynnee
Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada
Reviewed 21 November 2013

The area, though not on the beach, gave me a taste of the elusive local non-tourista flavour of DR. Not being a fan of the all-inclusive experience, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at this charming cozy guesthouse with so much character. Lila and Florian are warm and wonderful hosts and went out of their way to help me out when...

1Thank Luene M
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 8 November 2013

This is a charming B&B in BAVARO, which is not Punta Cana, but very close. It;s about 15 min from the beaches via motoconcho (moped). Lila is a great innkeeper. She and her family, including 3 kids, live on the property. They are adorable. I enjoyed my stay. Will come again

2Thank mayac53
Boulder Colorado
Reviewed 25 April 2013

There was a heightned sense of awareness only because looking for a place to stay outside the mega resort arena that is Punta Cana (PC) is not easy. I know. I travel. Google searches, a little VRBO with a Trip Advisor back can get you a semblance of what you can find good and bad about anyplace. Or at a...

6Thank BrandonGreenhaw
Reviewed 20 April 2013

I am fortunate to have come to know the DR first on a trip to the Samana Peninsula. I highly recommend that region as it has a more balanced in terms of locals, B&B's, time shares and the OCCASIONAL resort. El Cabito is a magical place to have dinner in Las Galeras. But, in PC for a cousins wedding at...

1Thank patty j
Los Angeles
Reviewed 22 March 2013

Guesthouse Las Piedras is a welcoming, well-designed abode. The owners Lila, Florian & David are lovely people. My room was clean and stylish. Breakfast was delicious. I enjoyed talking & spending time with my hosts & miss them! Great place for adult & solo travelers.

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Charlotte, North Carolina
Reviewed 10 March 2013

When you arrive you will be in awe of how beautifully detailed the guesthouse is. Designed to resemble a German castle its a must see during your visit to the Punta Cana area. Lila and David are wonderful hosts who can guide you to the best beaches in the area. With a great breakfast included it's an excellent place to...

3Thank Al G
Sandefjord, Vestfold, Norway
Reviewed 3 February 2013

Especially, affordable and enjoyable. The food is good and reasonably priced, The rooms are clean and quite ok. We were here for a week, Lilah and Florian are very kind and helpful, 15 min. to the beach by bus, 30 pesos or motoconcho, 100 pesos. Florian has also guided tours, Isla Saona is worth a visit. This is a quiet...

2Thank Tor Kristian P
Ocracoke, North Carolina
Reviewed 19 September 2012

We had to fly into Punta Cana airport, but were heading off to other parts of the country and just needed a place to stay for a night. We arranged for a pick up from the airport & it was wonderful to be whisked away after a full day of traveling. The guesthouse courtyard was very lush & pretty, the...

5Thank Cathy S

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Beach access in Bavaro is limited by the Resorts, the 2 public entrances are Cortecito and Los Corales to 10 mins distance from Guesthouse Las Piedras, depending transportation:Public Bus 1 US$, Motoconcho (public Motorbike Taxis) 2 US$ per person and Taxi 10 US$.The further Beach areas are:Cabeza de Toro (20 mins.)Macao Beach (Wave Surfer facilities, renting and school) and Locals selling fried fish (15 mins.)Uvero Alto (20mins.)Punta Cana, Beach Club Playa Blanca (40 mins.) with Car or Taxi and ID accessingCap Cana, Beach Club Juanillo (50 mins.) Car or Taxi and ID accessing Guesthouse Las Piedras is a private home, built in natural sense with using of stones, coral and Terrakotta reproducing natural ambience and living closely with nature.All 4 rooms equipped with Beds 75 x 55 inch (190 x 140 cm.) for 2 persons and own Bathroom with sink, toilet and shower and small fridge and fan. No Pets allowed!We have Breakfast and possibility for Lunch and Dinner (Reservation for Romantic Dinner), Drinks, Shakes, Coffee.The owners living in the same place and you sharing with family life. The staff is limited by one family member, taking care about guests needs and for that reason, check in is by appointment. The location of Guesthouse Las Piedras is in 3 mins. walk from Center of Bavaro, Friusa (Av. Espana with Av. Estados Unidos).We have all public facilities on walking distance within 5 mins.:Bank, Taxi, Supermarkets, Drugstore, Souvenirs, Disco, Restaurants, Bars, Cafeterias...Bavaro is an unique place in Dominican Republic, on one side the huge Resorts with over 35.000 accomodations, then the best Beaches and a varity of local Nightlife, 24/7/365, all days, all nights. Make your vacation experience special. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Guesthouse Las Piedras

Address: Avenida Estados Unidos Calle Guarionex 3, Punta Cana 0207, Dominican Republic
Region: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > La Altagracia Province > Punta Cana
Price Range: RM238 - RM282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
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“The wifi only worked for me outside, though may work in other rooms. Lots of wifi in the garden & in the dining area, though.”
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“the room downstairs is a bit dark”
Paszczak, 13 Aug 2015 | Read review
“The single room is perfect for the lone traveler AND there's a mini refrigerator! :)”
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