Located in the Old quarter of Camagüey, in one of its busiest streets, with cosy rooms and an excellent service, this refined and sober hotel built in 1939 features a colonial style combining woodcarvings with discrete decor. Its central location allows clients to easily access the renowned history and culture of one of the first settlements founded by Diego Velazquez, known at the time as Santa Maria de Puerto Principe. Nearby sites of interest include the town's old quarter, Santa Lucia beach, Cayo Sabinal and Sierra de Cubitas mountain range.
Maceo No. 64 e/ General Gómez e Ignacio Agramonte, Camagüey, Cuba