NEWER TOURISTIC APARTHOTEL 13 ROOMS WITH POOL & RESTAURANT Macao (Macao Punta Cana, La Altagracia, DO - 23000) Built

$475,000 USD

Reliable Realty SRL

Maria Williams Maria Williams 1-809-362-7935 (Office) 1-829-274-1637 (Cell) Request More Info

  • Less than 15 minute drive to Macao Beach
  • Type: Other
  • Style: 3 Story "2 finished levels, 1 level partially finished"
  • Bedrooms: 13 "More rooms if 3rd level is completed"
  • Bathrooms: 15
  • Size: 15,343 sq. ft. "1,425.9 m2"
  • Development Level: Built
  • Year Built: 2019
  • MLS #: RR-MAC-CEI-H-13



(5) Five building áreas (connected to each other)
(2) iron front gates with full fencing perimeter, and onsite Security personel
(20) Twenty Parking Spaces
An enclosed lobby/ reception area (75 m2),
(13) thirteen Hotel rooms of various sizes, uses; including ( 2 ) Apart-hotel rooms with a full kitchen
All rooms have furnishings, linens, some have small refrigerators, all have the necessary in-room inventory.
The hotel rooms sleep up to fifty-six (56) guests.
Some spaces have a balcony or terrace
(1) One large swimming pool (300 m2) with (2) Jacuzzis, (1) kiddies pool
(1) bar and restaurant with (1) enclosed prep kitchen.
Several open and covered seating areas with tables and chairs seating up to (50) people;
(1) concrete covered formal dining eating & lounge area
(1) large L shaped optional covered or uncovered area by the pool
(1) pop-up canopy
(62) person max allowance Lounging areas (following the public health requirements)
(3) public or common use bathrooms; (1) by the lobby, and (2) by the pool
(3) common use showers

AS A BONUS, THERE IS A 3RD LEVEL partially finished. An opportunity to add 4-6 more decent sized rooms, or perhaps an onsite penthouse for the new owners? The tropical mountain views are breathless!
Or perhaps 4 more rooms and a decent sized 2 bedroom owners apartment? Many options. Currently being used for the bedding laundering area.
Additionally the owner of the land on 2 sides next to this Apart-Hotel might be willing to sell for an even larger Hotel room opportunity
Smart investors realize the importance of other expansion opportunities.

Price includes all the furnishings and inventory to include (in part);
(2) flat screen TV’s / 55” , 45”
Panasonic surround sound
(1) Pull down projector screen for group events
(16) security cameras
(1) back up 30 hp generator ($10,500 U.S. value),
(2) outside industrial grills
Various misc. fine linens, mattresses, bedding
All dining & kitchen dinnerware for up to (55) guests.

Price also includes the exterior and interior furnishings (within the lobby, office, hotel rooms, apartments, storage, and other out buildings). Less a few borrowed furnishings.
The Apart-Hotel secures most of its bookings from their website, but also through their Facebook page, "word of mouth" and collaboration with a few full day excursion companies who stop by for a "swim - and / or lunch break stop" where the owner charges by the head depending on their needs.


Located on Highway 105, near Macao Beach
In the Village of EL Salado in the small City of La Ceiba
Part of Higuey, La Altagracia, Dominican Republic

Approximately 7.5 miles to Macao Beach (15 minute drive)
20 miles to Downtown Punta Cana
16 miles to Bavaro
22 minute drive to El Cortecito/ Los Corales
40 minute drive to the Punta Cana Intl. Airport ( PUJ )
Direct highway access to the airport.

Once you turn off the main highway, opposite Macao Beach road, and passed the buggie group tours; the remainder of the drive is captivating. Mid-mountainous hills and well paved winding roads, passing through 3 clean, charming and typical small Dominican Villages. Lush and natural tropical landscape everywhere, mangos, oranges and banana fields; with some cattle grazing fields, small farms, local colmados (small roadside grocery stores), roadside fruit and vegetable stands, cold beer to go stops, cute locally owned clothing stores where you can find some good and fashionable bargains, small hardware stores, slightly used furniture / accessories stores (outdated, slightly damaged, or excess surplus donated or purchased from all-inclusive resorts nearby). Its common to pass a few Dominicans on horseback, perhaps some cows or goats in the street, Domino playing competions, children playing, and everything else you might expect to see, respect and appreciate from the local villages where the kind, friendly and simple Dominican families thrive together, always welcoming foriegn guests and passerbys.

The Owner of this Hotel never intented to own and operate a Hotel. She and her husband own 2 other active businesses, and she is very involved with the Macao Chamber of Commerce in continued improvements as the Macao area continues to grow and develop. She also has active children still living at home. The Owner purchased the Hotel while it was partially built from a neighbor friend who had ran into some economic challenges and couldn't afford to finish the construction. So, everything is like new. Much thought, time, labor, and expense was put into the finishing touches, including the covered formal dining area by the pool where families or business groups love to come and dine together. The well tiled areas everywhere (walls, pool, floors, balconies, patios and terraces). Cedar lined closets in every room to eliminate mold and mildew common to tropical areas. Extra sanitary equipment, sufficient lighting everywhere, cameras, and security so visitors always feel safe and secure. Even a back-up generator... just in case.

The ideal purchasers, according to the Owner, would be a husband-wife team or family that have a heart (like she does) for appreciating the simple local Dominican families and culture.
It is not uncomon for the Owner to promote FREE Pool-side parties or events, often with food or snacks, for the local children whose families are economically challenged.

However, from a business perspective, she knows this Hotel could be a super "Buy & Grow" or a "Buy-Wait-and Flip" investment opportunity. It was unfortunate the Hotel was largely finished just before the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the bad timing, the Owner delights in knowing the local families adore her, and despite the pandemic challenges, she feels blessed she can keep her small hotel open, and that nearly everyday the Hotel makes a profit, with minimal marketing and advertizing costs.


An ideal day is when she is hosting both North American or European tourists, along with a few Dominican families. A great cultural education for both groups.
Even though there may be a language barrier... you would never know it when it comes to relaxing pool-side chats, or fun pool activities and dining.

Can't come to see this Hotel personally? No worries, I can take you there with me via a live "Virtual Tour" - No problem with internet at this Hotel.
I love going there... :)


Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.