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Very eager to bilk us of every penny he could. Although he stated verbally that he would charge my credit for 50% of one night's stay ($75), he charged $657. If you complete a form authorizing Amos to charge your card, pay very close attention...More
Response from amos m, Gerente at Hotel Rancho La AuroraResponded 27 September 2016
El costo cargado a su cuenta no fue por tan solo una noche, fueron 2 noches, por 4 personas adultas...More
I stayed at Rancho La Aurora during a three day fasting and praying international event organized by the ministry I belong to, and I was so impressed by the beauty of the place. It's an oasis in the mountains, the views are breathtaking, really quiet,...More
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Response from amos m, Gerente at Hotel Rancho La AuroraResponded 22 June 2016
Gracias por elegirnos y por sus comentarios estamos para servirle. Esperamos verla pronto por aquí.
This lovely property with beautiful views and a super-clean swimming pool is a ten minute drive from the town of Jarabacoa. I drove to Jarabacoa in a rental car, then called the owner who came and escorted me to the hotel. Everyone working at the...More
We recently returned from a fantastic stay at Rancho La Aurora.
The setting is absolutely stunning. The rooms and pool look out onto a group of green hills that stretch into the distance. The pool area provides the visual centerpiece for the property and draws...More
Well, now I know it was a mistake to provide this information to Amos. He said on the phone that he would charge a 50% deposit (6,903 RD) but what he charged was 100% of the room cost plus a variety of overpriced activities... More
Well, now I know it was a mistake to provide this information to Amos. He said on the phone that he would charge a 50% deposit (6,903 RD) but what he charged was 100% of the room cost plus a variety of overpriced activities (for a total of 30,090 RD). When later challenged on this point, he said "so what"? He is a dishonest businessman and we will be taking our business elsewhere.