In Camaguey

In Camaguey

This province covers 15 900 km2 of the central-east region of the Cuban archipelago, and the two main pillars that sustain its economic development have traditionally been the sugar and cattle industries. The birth of Camagüey as a capital in Punta de Guincho, facing the Bay of Nuevitas, dates back to February 2 of the year 1514. Camagüey was one of the first seven villas founded by the Spanish colonizers in the Island and baptized as Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe.Most of the foreign visitors who come these days to this tourist destination, through the services of the Ignacio Agramonte International Airport or by road when driving from other regions of the country, are attracted by the natural charms of Santa Lucía, particularly by its 20 kilometers of sandy beaches, and the warm and transparent waters protected by the second largest Coral Reef of the Planet, which stretches to the west along near 400 kilometers parallel to Sabinal, Guajaba, Romano and Cruz Keys and extending up to Varadero.

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Gran Hotel - Double Room

This refined and sober hotel is situated in the old quarter of the city noted for it's "tinajones" (earthenware pots). Built in 1939, the colonial style building combines woodcarvings with discrete decor and prides itself on cozy rooms and excellent service. The Gran Hotel offers a restaurant, bar, snack bar, grill, piano bar, swimming pool, medical services, post office, shop, safe, currency exchange desk, tourism desk, meeting rooms and car rental services. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

$118.00
Colon - Double Room

This impressive 48 room hotel opened in 1926 and is located on the main street in Camaguey. Famous for its beautifully crafted lobby with its precious dark wood designs and the meticulous decorations throughout makes for an extremely welcoming stay in Camaquey. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child

$102.00
Hotel E El Marques - Double Room

El Marqués stands with its eclectic architectural glory in a quiet street, close to the liveliness of restaurants, theaters, cinemas and galleries. Historic landmarks of this UNESCO World Heritage Site are nearby. At 100 meters are the Cathedral and the Park Agramonte and it is an easy stroll to other squares (Plaza San Juan de Dios and Plaza del Gallo). Once the cradles of literary intellectuals rocked here; the native houses of Nicolás Guillén and of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda are only 150 and 350 meters away. Today hotel-beds are prepared for guests in the six rooms of Hoteles -E- El Marqués. Classic, stylish and elegant, with high ceilings and furniture in the style of bygone times, with nice fabrics in shades of blue and cream. A historic atmosphere and intimate feel with modern facilities. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child

$70.00
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