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This region is very interesting, with mogotes and caves from ancient limestone deposits. Rooms are along an open corridor where one might encounter a tree frog or lizard on the wall, lovely swimming pool with plaza around it. Food was the usual Cuban fare, plain...More
This hotel, like many in Cuba is charmingly stuck in the sixties. We stayed there for two nights while birding in the area. The pool is fantastic - large and attractive and nice after a day of hiking. The food was plain but good. One...More
Not really able to grade the hotel itself because our reservation never reached the hotel or the reservation center. Nevertheless the Staff was super helpful and really nice. They managed to find a solution for our group of 8. They litterally saved our trip avoiding...More
This was a lovely old hotel. Our room was comfortable although a little musty smelling at first. But the AC worked and the shower was warm. The beds were comfortable. Our meals were excellent and we found the staff to be warm and accommodating. We...More
We drove a long way to go to the spa, the LP wrote this was possible... It was not open for tourists. That was a dissappointment. The hotel looked clean en fresh from the outside. The walls on the inside however of the room were...More
Response from Richard_Milsom | Reviewed this property |
Hi, sorry to say I do not know the answer to either of your questions. We did not see bicycles for hire. That said, the hotel has a highly energetic and helpful activities director, and my guess is that she could arrange... More
Hi, sorry to say I do not know the answer to either of your questions. We did not see bicycles for hire. That said, the hotel has a highly energetic and helpful activities director, and my guess is that she could arrange something for you. I also do not know about availability of the balneario. When we were there, the town was pretty sleepy, and very few guests in the hotel. Even the pool at the hotel was drained "for painting".
Sorry to be of no help, but I wanted to respond to your questions
My apologies for being a bit slow to respond, but I wanted to check with some of my fellow travelers.
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"Only first floor is wheelchair accessible, but steep paths & stairs connect areas, so difficult for..."