Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Clean bedsheets and towels, Electricity 220V, Fan, Ideal for families, Pre-payment available, Private Bathroom, Wheelchairs friendly
Low season rate: 20€ – High season rate: 35€
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Clean bedsheets and towels, Electricity 220V, Fan, Pre-payment available, Private Bathroom, Wheelchairs friendly
Low season rate: 20€ – High season rate: 25€
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Clean bedsheets and towels, Electricity 220V, Fan, Ideal for families, Panoramic view, Pre-payment available, Private Bathroom, Room with terrace
Low season rate: 20€ – High season rate: 40€
HOUSE WITH FAMILY
Colonial style house built in 1917, it belonged to a spanish family. It is built on two levels and still preserves its original roofs, floors, doors and windows.
Quadruple bedroom n.1 is located on ground floor; it has air-conditioning, fan and private bathroom with shower and hot water. On the same floor is double bedroom n. 2, with air-conditioning, fan and private bathroom with shower and hot water. Next is a living room with colonial style furniture, TV set and telephone. Inner yard with ornamental plants, fountain, tables, chairs, rocking chairs to take a rest or sun-bathe, read or have breakfast or dinner if desired.
On the upper floor is room quadruple bedroom n. 3 with air-conditioning, fan, pantry, private terrace with rocking chairs and private bathroom with shower and hot water.
This house is located 400 m from the Main Square (downtown) and 300 m from comercial zone and Cespedes Park.
Cancellation / Prepayment
- (E) = Extra service
- Breakfast service (E)
- Colonial style house
- Cuban friends welcome
- Domestic telephone landline
- Gay friendly
- House with TV
- Ideal for families
- Laundry service (E)
- Meals service (E)
- Panoramic view
- Pre-payment available
- Taxi booking
- Wheelchairs friendly
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Located in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, the formerly known as Villa of the Holy Trinity had its origin to 1514, to be among the first seven villages founded by the Spanish in the Cuban archipelago villas. Also called the Museum of Cuba City, has the privilege of being one of the colonial cities of the country and has one of the most complete and preserved architectural complexes in the Americas.
He declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988 and forced to conquer new territories path, settled along the banks of the river Guaurabo where the Spaniards found an aboriginal population used as labor, fertile land and excellent ports to order picking. Real treasure of diverse riches, village expanded in the sixteenth century, due to the emerging sugar industry to grow as an urban center behind bars singular, beautiful buildings and cobblestone streets.
The story goes that the site chosen by Diego Velázquez for the foundation is currently located where the Martí Park, with the first Mass in the shadow of a jigüe and by Father Fray Bartolomé de las Casas. Colonial, spacious, comfortable and ventilated houses, palaces where luxury and waste went hand in hand to integrate into Cuban colonial art, turn Trinidad into an undisputable urban and architectural crown jewel.
The characteristic decoration of the houses of the city is based on neoclassical ornamentation reflected in murals, moldings, wooden frames and the capricious ways that iron-wrought railings give it, so it became one of the greatest charms of the city. In the Plaza Mayor, the core of the old village, a statue of Terpsichore -musa dance and music-accompanied by the unique beauty of the Church of the Holy Trinity, faithful guardian of valuable religious treasure is located the island. These include the Cristo de la Vera Cruz, together with a marble altar dedicated to the worship of the Virgin of Mercy, only one of its kind in the country.
The Santa Ana and Tres Cruces, the bell tower of San Francisco and numerous palaces bring a touch of unique beauty to the city, which annually spent enormous efforts to preserve the centennial buildings located therein. Among the most relevant buildings is the Palace of Count Brunet, now houses the Romantic Museum and whose first owner was also linked with the construction of a theater that bore his name and the launch of a railroad between city and port Casilda. In the 14 rooms of the museum of decorative art pieces are presented, including china and glassware, rich polychrome paintings and gold lines, many of which were directly ordered from European manufacturers of the time.
Among the most important properties is also Cantero palace with three floors and a veranda, while Borrell which is famous for the paintings on their walls. A dozen kilometers from the villa the soft sands of Playa Ancon, owner of warm, calm waters taxed by the Caribbean Sea, in an environment that invites visitors to practice water sports, with 30 points for diving extend . Among the region’s hotels highlights the Southshore, one of the symbols of sun and beach tourism that destination, with 140 rooms, some of which are located in bungalows with a colonial building style.
For developments is the Trinidad del Mar, with more than 200-room five-hectare extension and an architecture where the arches, flat roofs, tiled roofs, cobblestone squares and streets predominate. A short distance from the historic center is located in Hotel Las Cuevas, named after a group of caves in the hill where it was built more than four decades and is part of the establishment. The infrastructure for leisure complete with establishments like Ancon Hotel, located on the peninsula of the same name, or recreational villa Maria Dolores, which is based in the rural traditions of the region and offers a choice of accommodation in heated cabins .