Welcome to Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez, your Trinidad “home away from home.” Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Palenque de los Congos Reales (0.1 mi) and Parque Central Cespedes (0.2 mi) make Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez a great place to stay when visiting Trinidad.
The rooms offer air conditioning, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez features a rooftop terrace. In addition, as a valued Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Restaurante San Jose, which is a Mediterranean restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Trinidad, check out an architectural building, such as Manaca Iznaga.
Casa Particular Maritza Hernandez puts the best of Trinidad at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We had 3 memorable nights in Maritza's house in Feb 2020. She is a wonderful Latina Mama. My wife was not well for half of our stay and Maritza was both sympathetic and helpful. She cooked her a special lunch and looked after her as if she were one of the family. Besides this the house was spotlessly clean; the breakfast was all we could wish for and we loved having the view of Trinidad's roofs from the terrace. We thoroughly recommend this casa.
We arrived in Trinidad early in the morning and they allowed us to leave our bags in the casa so we could go out and explore. Maritza is a lovely lady full of energy, very pleasant to have around and you can have a laugh or two with her, she's just so positive! She gave us a map, told what to do, suggested restaurants, and got us bikes which were brought directly at the house (6 cuc per day per bike). The staff working at the casa are wonderful and they also served our breakfast very early before departure, as we had to catch a viazul early in the morning. We needed also some clothes washed and they did that for us as well: The price is approx. 0,50 cuc per piece (less for socks, but can't remember the price) which I found fair enough. The casa is one of the best we had in Cuba. Wonderful, colonial style living area at the entrance. We had a room at the the top, facing the terrace. The house and room were spotless. Breakfast is the standard cuban breakfast, but we had a pleasant surprise: pancakes which was an exciting change for us. The terrace at the very top floor is fantastic and we spent a couple of hours in the evening staring at the night sky. I would recommend with no hesitation. Gracias Maritza y staff. …
Very happy with my 2 nights at Casa Maritza in March 2019. Great location, good room (quiet upper floor room), good service, good food (breakfast and dinner/meals on order) and friendly staff. Señora Maritza is a good manager, ready with advice/recommendations and keen on giving you an enjoyable experience of Trinidad. The only negative is low pressure shower (warm/hot water) most likely because I was on the upper floor. Given the national condition, and in relations to a very good Casa otherwise, it's ok. Will return for sure.
The owner of this Casa does not speak English, but is a lovely lady who welcomed us into her home like long lost relatives. This is a typically Cuban house, quite dark inside, but our room was upstairs with a lovely terrace area where we could sit out, and where our breakfast was served. Delicious breakfast, very tasty. Our room was clean and comfortable, but rather basic compared to some of the other Casas we have used, and quite old fashioned. We were encouraged to use the lady's family's restaurant for meals - the one time we tried to do so, it was closed. However, this is Trinidad, so there are plenty of places to eat. It was about 20 minutes walk to the centre of Trinidad, my advice would be to make sure you have map. Trinidad is not the easiest place to find your way around! We had several detours trying to return to the Casa at the end of the evenings.…
This was such a lovely, friendly place to stay. Central location but not in the noisier part of town. Clean, spacious rooms and wonderful views of the rooftops and mountains from the roof terrace, including the sun sets over the Caribbean sea. Fantastic breakfasts, and worth eating in for an evening meal too. We will definitely return if we return to Trinidad one day.