Family house composed of two levels, large room, parlor, living room and colonial dining room, all of which the client has access, whether to rest, read or converse. Equally our terrace, ideal to relax. English spoken The room is spacious, furnished with two beds (one double and one single), bedside tables, air cond... Read more
Family house composed of two levels, large room, parlor, living room and colonial dining room, all of which the client has access, whether to rest, read or converse. Equally our terrace, ideal to relax. English spoken The room is spacious, furnished with two beds (one double and one single), bedside tables, air conditioning, fan, mini-bar refrigerator, emergency lamp, reading lamps; spacious bathroom with hot and cold water. All prices can be agreed with the client depending on the time of stay and the interests of the guest. Gastronomy services are provided (breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner, cocktails) upon request and with variety , tasting dishes of the most exquisite Creole food.
Likewise, if the client wishes to take a snack to his excursions or when he leaves the trip, he can request it and he will be prepared. The laundry service is also offered, and we provide you with a place to park your car nearby. Taxi pick-up is guaranteed at the bus, bus and rail terminals; and at the customer's request, return to any of these terminals. Being located in the Historic District, and less than 300m from Parque Cespedes (Central Square), the client can enjoy the proximity to the Church The Cathedral, the Casa de la Trova , House of Music, Courtyard of the two Grandparents, Boulevard, Plaza de Marte and access to the main streets of the city and its most important historical centers and museums, among them: Bacardi, of the Clandestinity, July 26 (old Cuartel Moncada), Colonial Art (First house of Diego Velázquez), Mirador de Velázquez, Model of the City, Rum Museum and Tobacco Factory. The visit to the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery, National Monument and the San Pedro Castle of Roca del Morro, World Heritage Site; as well as Cayo Granma, would constitute points in the itinerary of those who come to Santiago de Cuba.
The Siboney road, takes it to the Siboney Granjita Museum, from where the assailants left for Moncada on July 26, 1953; and along the same access road, you reach the beaches of the east coast, the Gran Piedra with the first French coffee plantations that arrived on the island and the exuberant orchid garden and the Baconao Park, with its museum of antique cars, the Valley of Prehistory, restaurants, the Aquarium and at the end the Laguna Baconao.On the west coast, there are other beaches and the road that leads to the Sierra Maestra, bordering the coast in all its trajectory. For the nights, you can enjoy the streets of Santiago and the musical trios in the corners; as well as the Tropicana Cabaret and the hotel discotheques such as the Hotel Santiago and the Santiago Café with a replica of the historical case on a medium scale. The National Sanctuary of the Virgin of Charity of El Cobre, Patroness of Cuba, is located 14km from the city, and it is a place of visit for those who come to the city whether national or foreign. In the month of July, the client will be able to enjoy the carnival santiagueros.
|Address:||Hartmann 313 entre Gral. Portuondo y J. M. Gómez. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.|
|Price from:||20.00 CUC (per Night/Room)|
|Score:||Nº 41 of 42 B&B in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba|
You can cancel the reservation free of charge up to 7 days before the arrival date.
|Check in:||08:00 a.m.|
|Check out:||12:00 p.m.|
|Children:||All children are welcome|
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