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The Netherlands
Reviewed 28 August 2016

The location of this casa is great, as you're right in the middle of the main street. The main square is in front of the casa and the wifi spot is just around the corner. The casa has a nice rooftop terrace with a beautiful view and a cosy veranda in front of the rooms upstairs. It is possible to...

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Wiesbaden, Germany
Reviewed 4 April 2016

We've stayed for 4 nights in this nice little casa in the heart of vinales. Amarilis and Lean really were lovely hosts and we enjoyed our stay very much. Also her sun was a big help for us because we could talk in english with him. The rooms were really clean and comfort, If you would like to take your...

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 23 March 2016

We had a great stay at this casa particular - the family are charming and make your stay really enjoyable. Our room was great - very clean and tidy and gorgeous balcony and roof terrace to access too. The family were extremely friendly and welcoming, they provided us with tips on the area and helped organize a fantastic horse riding...

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Heidelberg, Germany
Reviewed 3 January 2016 via mobile

The owners are very nice, we had dinner in the Casa which was delicious. The rooms are ok.If you are lucky to be in one of the renovated rooms upstairs than its really good. The location is also good as it is right at the central plaza of Vinales. We also booked a horse trip with them which also turned...

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Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

The rooms are nice and clean with a relaxing veranda for sharing. Minibar (water and beer). Breakfast was not so good with dry hard bread and only one egg each but it was many other side dishes aswell as fruit aso. Dinner was good and well made, we had fish both of us. Unfortunately the table is on the ground...

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Reviewed 29 December 2015 via mobile

A very clean and cosy place to stay. The best location in Vinales. We had some really tasty seafood, very nice. The family is very helpful and kind. . If you need a guide, ask for Kigo. A friend of the family and the best guide we had on our trip. "The best place to stay in Vinales"

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Carlisle, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 September 2014

Amarilis and Alvaro's casa is in the heart of Vinales, very close to the Viazul bus stop and ticket office, and a short walk from the main square and all the evening activity - yet far enough away that you are not disturbed by any nightlife noise. The verandah/terrace at the front of the house is a most excellent spot...

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Hwaseong, South Korea
Reviewed 6 June 2014

Everything about this place was just beyond satisfaction. 1. Location- It is situated across "infotur" which is the most commonly spotted tourist center in Cuba. The house is on the main street where everything is to be found. Diagonally across is the Casa de la Cultura where drinks and shows are on every night. The bus stop is just next...

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Bogota, Colombia
Reviewed 13 January 2014

Amarilis and Alvaro's casa is situated on the main street of Viñales and 50 meters from the main square and bus stop. It has two spacious and clean rooms, a green patio where you can enjoy your breakfast in the sun and a front terrace with cosy rocking chairs to rest and observe the atmosphere on the busy main street...

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 5 January 2014

My family of 5 booked the place months in advance, confirmed a week before we were to arrive and then called the day of when were leaving Trinidad to say we were on our way. But when we arrived, they had given our rooms away because we were late. They said it should have taken us 5 hours to get...

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The Alvaro and Amarilis’s family home is colonial style. They give a warm welcome to travelers worldwide with a fresh fruits cocktail in season, in a natural, friendly and hospitable environment. Alvaro speaks fluent French and English, enabling you to enjoy a better stay. This house is located in the Viñales Valley, exactly in the center of the town. It is about 50m from the main square, the lovely church, the travel agents and trade centers. Its safety and comfort are excellent. "Villa Alvaro and Amarilis" offers two air-conditioned rooms for rent, with private baths, inside and outside terraces, a balcony with a panoramic view over the city and parking service. On this site you can enjoy excellent cocktails and Cuban cigars. Amarilis has a passion, its peculiar cooking! She will offers varied menus of delicious breakfasts and dinners. The hosts also organize guided tours to visit the mogotes (famous mountains around Viñales), tobacco plantations, caves, beaches and natural pools. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Villa Amarilis Leon

Address: Salvador Cisneros #75 (calle principal)entre Adela Azcuy y Ceferino Fernandez, Vinales 22400, Cuba
Region: Caribbean > Cuba > Pinar del Rio Province > Vinales
Price Range: $23 - $27 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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“The casa has two rooms for tourists. The rooms do not have external windows, but instead have high-level openings that give onto the main corridor through the casa, and at night the external doors to the casa are closed. (This may be a traditional feature of Vinales casas?) As someone who always sleeps with external windows open, I thought this arrangement might be slightly claustrophobic, but it wasn't at all. Our room had two separate beds.”
 of 5 bubbles Joytree, 7 Sep 2014 | Read review
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