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* <see name="Upscale Santo Domingo" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">If you want to see the cosmopolitan, upscale side of Santo Domingo, head to the Piantini and Naco neighborhoods. Streets like Gustavo Mejía Ricart and major avenues like Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill are lined with high end boutiques, shopping plazas, expensive cafes and restaurants offering a huge variety of international cuisines and just about anything money can buy, from cigar shops to Ferrari and Bentley dealerships. The JW Marriott Hotel has recently opened in this area, which is very likely to bring much more tourism into what is the actual "downtown" of Santo Domingo. Don't miss '''Blue Mall''', an ultra-modern shopping center/office building where you will find everything from Hard Rock Cafe's to Sophias Bar and Grill along with the most expensive shops in the city from Louis Vuitton, Ferragamo, Cartier, Tous & L'Occitane to more casuals like Zara and Adidas. Also just opened is '''Novocentro''' which opened in a glass tower which was originally going to be a bank, but turned into a 2 story shopping center featuring a Fine Arts Cinema and some high end restaurants and gelaterias. Further away you can find '''Bella Vista Mall''' and '''Sambil''', two other big shopping malls in Santo Domingo. If you're looking for more open-air plazas lined with smaller boutiques, you should check out '''Plaza Andalucia'''. For bowling, you can go to the '''Plaza Bolera''', which has recently gotten a face-lift. If you're in this area in the early afternoon, you should check out trendy cafes such as '''La Cuchara de Madera''', where you can enjoy delicious deserts such as their dulce de leche "Piramides", and '''SUD''' & '''La posta''' for dining and definitely to high-end nightclubs and bars like '''504''' or '''Mamma'''.</see>
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* <see name="Upscale Santo Domingo" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">If you want to see the cosmopolitan, upscale side of Santo Domingo, head to the Piantini and Naco neighborhoods. Streets like Gustavo Mejía Ricart and major avenues like Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill are lined with high end boutiques, shopping plazas, expensive cafes and restaurants offering a huge variety of international cuisines and just about anything money can buy, from cigar shops to Ferrari and Bentley dealerships. The <sleep name="JW Marriott Hotel" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="8098071717" lat="" long="" tollfree="" email="" fax="" url="http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdqjw-jw-marriott-hotel-santo-domingo/" checkin="" checkout="" price="229"></sleep> has recently opened in this area, which is very likely to bring much more tourism into what is the actual "downtown" of Santo Domingo. Don't miss '''Blue Mall''', an ultra-modern shopping center/office building where you will find everything from Hard Rock Cafe's to Sophias Bar and Grill along with the most expensive shops in the city from Louis Vuitton, Ferragamo, Cartier, Tous & L'Occitane to more casuals like Zara and Adidas. Also just opened is '''Novocentro''' which opened in a glass tower which was originally going to be a bank, but turned into a 2 story shopping center featuring a Fine Arts Cinema and some high end restaurants and gelaterias. Further away you can find '''Bella Vista Mall''' and '''Sambil''', two other big shopping malls in Santo Domingo. If you're looking for more open-air plazas lined with smaller boutiques, you should check out '''Plaza Andalucia'''. For bowling, you can go to the '''Plaza Bolera''', which has recently gotten a face-lift. If you're in this area in the early afternoon, you should check out trendy cafes such as '''La Cuchara de Madera''', where you can enjoy delicious deserts such as their dulce de leche "Piramides", and '''SUD''' & '''La posta''' for dining and definitely to high-end nightclubs and bars like '''504''' or '''Mamma'''.</see>
  
 
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