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La Rusa - Double Room

This legendary little hotel was established by a Russian émigré (and princess) and former dancer, Mima Rubenskaya or "La Rusa de Baracoa". She had settled in Baracoa after fleeing the Revolution in 1917 at age six. There she is in black-and-white, framed on the wall in the lobby. She converted her three-story home into a hotel – the Miramar – in 1953.Until recently this big yellow house right by the sea didn't really live up to its storied past. Prices per room / breafast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

La Habanera - Double Room

The Hotel Habanera is a small charming hotel on the main street, just steps from the square of Baracoa is housed in a recently renovated building dating back to 1867. Details such as carved wooden doors are a nice delicious touch. The position is a great advantage for the sightseeing of the town. Modest but tasteful combines vibrant color combinations of colonial buildings. All rooms have two single beds and are characterized by high ceilings. Hotel Habanera is sn economical solution with unique charm in the heart of one of the most characteristic towns of Cuba. Prices per room / breafast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

Hostal Río Miel - Double Room

The hotel enjoys a prime seafront position on the seawall in Baracoa, set in the historic center of the city and within 20 m of the Hotel La Rusa, historic place where he lived until his death, the famous Russian Baracoa Prices per room / breafast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

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