Guest Arrival Information



Address of Accommodations


La Calle San Juan #8

Corner of San Juan & Duarte

Bottom of the driveway that leads up to Los Chinos Restaurant.





If arriving by bus, take a “concho” or covered wagon pulled by a motorcycle, [at the bus stop]
& tell the driver to take you to the bottom of the driveway going up
to Los Chinos Restaurant.

You will then be at the Corner of Duarte & San Juan.
From there you would call Nilda, the housekeeper.





When you arrive in Samana, the sea will be on your right. 

On your left there will be a little park with a Gazebo.

Turn up the right side of the Gazebo, and go 3 blocks to the end of the road. 

You will now be on the corner of Calles San Juan and Duarte




Corner of Las Calles San Juan & Duarte







Driving along, you will then see the driveway that leads up to Los Chinos Restaurant on your right.

La Calle San Juan will be on your left. Bear left and park on this corner in front of the 2-story building.





From here, please call the housekeeper, Nilda, at (829) 371-6274  to let her know that you have arrived.



She will then meet you on this corner with the keys. 
She is generally within two blocks of all accommodations.


A fully refundable $25 US deposit is required for the keys. 

Please kindly make arrangements with Nilda letting her know the day and time

she should come by for the keys and to return your deposit at the end of your stay.


Upon your arrival, Nilda will be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding public transportation,

things to see and do, location of beaches, recommended places to eat, banks, ATM machines, etc.


During your stay, Nilda is available for any assistance you might need/or any emergencies.

If you are staying for one week or longer, you may have Nilda do your laundry for a small additional charge.

She can wash, dry, fold & return your laundry to you within 48 hours.








We hope your stay will be a very comfortable and pleasant one,

and that you have a wonderful time enjoying the beautiful Peninsula of Samana!


Your Hostess,






















Updated January 2016