Hotels in Cuba, The Pearl of the Antilles
Cuba is the result of the blend of multiple cultures and customs that gave birth to one of the most unique and fascinating Caribbean destinations.
The hotels in Cuba consists of a wide hotel network of different hotel types and hotel categories available to visitors such as luxury hotel resorts, five-, four- and three-star hotels, bungalows, aparthotels, hostels, villas, tourist communities, as well as private houses.
If you are looking for a cheap hotel in Havana or a last minute hotel deal in Cuba, than look for the best hotels in Cuba in Havana, Vedado, Old Havana, Varadero, Cayo Coco, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo largo del Sur, Santa Lucia Beach, Guardalavaca, Santiago de Cuba and Trinidad.
Cuba has over 600 excellent beaches and natural harbors in bays like Havana, Cárdenas, Matanzas and Nuevitas on the north coast, and Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos on the south coast.
If you are a nature lover and looking for a hotel in Cuba, check out the Las Terrazas Resort. The resort is sustainable community with access to mountain hiking trails that point to mineral springs, waterfalls, and coffee plantations that are part of Cuban history and culture.
While you in Cuba, visit one of these places
Hotels in Cuba Vedado District
Vedado is a large, mostly residential district famed for its grandesque buildings built during the Cuban sugar rush in the 1920’s and 30’s where an influx of American money made this neighborhood the most desirable in all of Havana.
Many of the best hotels in the Vedado area of Havana that were built in this era are the Hotel Nacional, the Capri, and the Havana Libre – all famed for their opulence, gambling, and corruption and all fronted by the famed Malecon Cuba!
The Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi
The Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi was built between 1580 and 1591 for Franciscan monks, then it was restored and restructured during the 17th and 18th centuries, sometimes because of strong storms. The nearby monastery was built in 1739. It was used as a church and monastery, a Protestant church, Customs Board, post Office
Trinidad in Cuba is a gorgeous Spanish colonial town with the old part of town being a UNESCO world heritage site, and getting lost exploring it is one of the best things to do in Cuba. Just walk the cobblestone streets, around every corner another photo opportunity awaits you
Check out the hotels in Trinidad
The Plaza Vieja square emerged in 1559: at the time it was called Plaza Nueva. Recently, it was almost entirely renovated: you can find different styles of houses (baroque, neoclassical and Art Nouveau) surrounding the Plaza Vieja square. However, the ensemble is very homogeneous and include arcades, balconies, wrought...
Smoke a cigar in Pinar del Rio
The Pinar del Rio Cuban cigar is reputedly the best in the world. The tobacco plantation in Pinar del Rio, in the western part of Cuba, cultivates the finest tobacco in Cuba. Tobacco plantations in Pinar del Rio are not its only attractions as peppering its flat plains are mogotes or rounded limestone mountains. The sceneries of Pinar del Rio are straight out of a picture book what with those Cuban cowboys roving about quaint villages amidst spectacular backdrop of mountain ranges and tropical forests.
Keen to taste the regional favorite drink guava liqueur? There are tours to the brewery where you can see how the local Guayabita del Pinar is concocted.
Soroa Orchid Paradise
Soroa is home to more than 750 species of orchids. El Salto Waterfall is breathtakingly beautiful. Guests can swim, dive, snorkel and do some caving in El Salto. Then there are the beaches of Pinar del Rio’s Keys. With its secluded beaches, coral gardens and crystal clear waters, Pinar del Rio is a fantastic destination.
Pinar del Rio boasts of places that are UNESCO protected. Valle de Viñales is a World Heritage Site. Peninsula de Guanahacabiles and Sierra del Rosario are considered biosphere reserves.
Finca Vigía was the home of Ernest Hemingway in San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, and now houses a museum. The house was built in 1886 by Catalan architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer on a hill about fifteen miles east of Havana.
Have a Daiquiri
Stroll alonthe bustling pedestrianized Calle Obispo to El Floridita, the bar where the daiquiri (correctly pronounced die-kee-REE) was invented. Order a Cuban sandwich, a pressed a ham-and-cheese supplemented with roast pork, pickles and mustard that is said to have been a popular lunch for 19th-century Cuban factory workers. And then wash it down with the legendary cocktail (at about $6) made of white rum, grapefruit juice, lime juice and sugar, which was made famous by Ernest Hemingway, who favored his minus the sugar but plus two parts rum. (Ask the red-jacketed cantinero for a Papa Doble if you want yours Hemingway-style
The spendid white beach of Playa Jibacoa
This little slice of heaven is basically deserted, you will have the whole beach to yourself. Playa Jibacoa is right off the highway if you are heading from Havana to Varadero. Cuba has gorgeous beaches, but not many compare to Playa Jibacoa.
Only an hour away from Havana is one of the best beaches in Cuba. Thankfully not many tourists know about Playa Jibacoa yet. The only way to get to Playa Jibacoa is by car, no public buses. If you are driving in Cuba on a road trip looking for the best places in Cuba to visit you should definitely put Playa Jibacoa on your route.
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