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The room was large and overlooked the street below. The rooftop bar had live traditional music each evening. We tended to eat at the othe end of the Malacon so this was a long walk back but good for access to the old centre. Breakfast...More
Conveniently located close to the main square in the city and close to shopping, this hotel offers comfortable rooms. Since Wi-Fi is not readily available in most of Cuba, the roof top bar offers an excellent site to enjoy drinks and access the Internet with...More
We booked a 7 day tour of Cuba with Thomas Cook. The first 7 days were exhausting, but reflecting on the entire experience we would not have changed 1 thing! We are not the kind of couple to travel to such an amazing country and...More
We came really early. To early to check in, but we are warmly welcomed. Our suitcase was stored behind a locked door so we could go and have lunch at the poolbar. The food there is oke. The swimming pool is very nice. Unfortanetly the...More
We didn't stay here, but instead just went up for drinks at sunset. The drinks are expensive ($4CUC) but I understand the view is worth it. However the drinks were actually the worst we had the entire time we were in Cuba. Stick to beer....More
Just round the corner from the hotel is the main square- Parque et Plaza Jose Marti. Have a stroll around and go into Teatro Tomas Terry - you'll have to pay but I think it's worth it. It was built in the 19th century and is... More
Just round the corner from the hotel is the main square- Parque et Plaza Jose Marti. Have a stroll around and go into Teatro Tomas Terry - you'll have to pay but I think it's worth it. It was built in the 19th century and is still used. Then there's the cathedral and other important buildings beautifully restored.
You can also walk to the harbour or take a horse drawn carriage. There may be small market stalls down the streets towards the harbour.
You can get a taxi to the Palacio de Valle, a beautiful restaurant and if you'd only like a drink, go up to the rooftop bar for fantastic views of the sea. The Palacio is a fine example of Moorish architecture and it's very beautiful.
That's probably enough.
Make sure you swim in the La Union hotel pool and have a cocktail from the poolside bar.