Gaviota La Rusa

Gaviota La Rusa

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.

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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 Rusa - Single 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: 1 adult + 2 children

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