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Two star hotel located in the Sierra del Rosario, Biosphere Reserve in the western province of Pinar del Río

This hotel received distinctions for its work of harmonization with the environment. This is a very special place for nature lovers, hikers and birdwatchers that are able to enjoy the natural beauty of the area, native flora and fauna accompanied by specialized guides from the area. Recommended also for those wishing to enjoy the thermal baths, massages and therapies offered at these facilities.

Prices per room / Breakfast included
Maximum occupancy: 1 adult + 2 children





This hotel is located 133 km southwest of Havana, very close to the Güira National Park. From here, visitors can visit the Cueva de los Portales, the Balneario, the Viñales Valley, Soroa, the tobacco plantations, the city of Pinar del Río and Las Terrazas Tourist Complex.

It has 30 rooms available for single, double and triple occupancy. All equipped with air conditioning, television, safe box and full bathroom with shower and hot water 24 hours, telephone, wired and wireless internet access, closet with mirror and blanket and dressing table.

General services of the Islazul Mirador San Diego Hotel:

  • Sauna, Spa, Massages, and others such as mud wraps, acupuncture or thermal bath.
  • Fitness center
  • Gardens
  • Grills
  • Restaurant and Cafeteria
  • Pool bar
  • Pool's room
  • Grocery and perfume shops
  • Book and / or gift stores
  • Computer rental
  • Event room
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Air conditioner
  • Phone
  • Access for wheelchair
  • Safe box
  • Currency exchange
  • Fire safety
  • Security personnel
  • Car rental service
  • Free parking
  • Wake-up call service
  • Housekeeping
  • Medical service
  • Bilingual staff

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