Aloha Sol Hotel & Casino Review


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Aloha Sol Hotel & Casino Review


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Aloha Sol Hotel & Casino Review

The Aloha Sol Hotel & Casino is situated in the heart of Santiago De Los Caballeros, in the Dominican Republic. This neighborhood is close to the many beautiful beaches of Costa Azul, making it a top choice for vacationers.
The closest airport is the Del Cibao International Airport which is about 16 km from the casino. Taxis from the airport will cost you around 700 pesos, with local taxis being half that price at around 300 pesos. Car rental is also available at the airport.
If you are looking for something to do before heading to the casino, then you might visit the historic San Luis Fort Museum which is a 4-minute walk from the casino. The Catedral de Santiago is also close-by, as is the Monument to the Heroes of the Restoration. Las Aromas Golf Club is open to the public.

The legal age to enter any Dominican Republic casino is 18. The dress code at Aloha Sol’s Casino is smart/casual, and all guests are required to wear shoes.

Casino at Aloha Sol Hotel

The casino is a small establishment with a Caribbean atmosphere and has been open for almost a decade now. There is a band that plays traditional music here on some nights, which can really liven up the casino’s atmosphere. You will find that the band will bring in many of the people staying as guests at the resort and so the gaming here is generally novices that are there to have a good time.
There are 25 electronic gaming machines as well as roulette in the casino, which is open daily between 10 AM and 6 AM.. The casino also has a restaurant and a bar. If you are playing at one of the slot machines or table games, the casino staff will go to the bar and order drinks for you.
Visitors can also opt-in to become part of the Aloha Sol Casino via a program designed for regular guests that visit the resort. The membership program is called the Sun Club. Members can use loyalty points for meals in the restaurant and for discount rates on accommodation, plus numerous other benefits.

Table Games at Aloha Sol Casino

There are a small number of table games at the casino as the lion’s share of the space is taken up by the restaurant, bar, band area, and slots.
American Roulette is responsible for most of the action as there are several seats around the roulette tables, which both come with different min/max betting options.
Blackjack is another popular table game with each table seating 7 players. The rules are the same as you would find in most US-based casinos and the casino will use either 4-decks or 6-decks.

Video Poker and Slots Aloha Sol Casino

There are roughly 25 slots available for play at any one time at the casino. On a busy night, the most popular themes can be filled up quite quickly as the min bets are low here with some of them being nickel slots. Most of these machines are video slots with some older themes available unless the casino has updated them since this review. There is also a couple of one-armed bandits and a video poker slot.

Hotel & Accommodation at Aloha Sol Casino and Resort

The hotel has a capacity of 103 rooms with starting prices of $75 per night. Fridges and microwaves are standard in the rooms and there is free WiFi in both the hotel and casino. Breakfast is included in the restaurant, and room service is available. Additionally, the hotel has its own bar lounge and coffee shop. There is free self-parking at the hotel.

Restaurants at Aloha Sol Hotel

Complimentary breakfast is served daily in the D’Manon Restaurant between 6:30 AM and 10:30am. Lunch and dinner menus serve both local and international cuisine. The dress code here for the evenings is smart/elegant, while the day dress code is casual. Shoes must be worn to enter. The Tio Pedro Bar serves local and international beers, soft drinks, and wines.

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