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Top 3 of 5 Casas in Bayamo


Owner: Guido Santiesteban
Place: Bayamo
Address: Coronel Estrada # 76 entre capote y juan Rodriguez
Rooms: 3

Rent three rooms for the price 25.00 cuc each one at two floors; at the ground floor you can find one room with two double beds, private bathroom, air conditioning, fan, windows, pantry and a terrace. At the first floor there are two more rooms, one with one double and one single bed and other with one double bed, each with private bathroom, air conditioning, fan, windows; the first room ...

Casa Hostal Bayamo

Owner: Antonio Losada López
License: 37/4
Place: Bayamo
Address: Av.Amado Estévez n.67(altos)e/8 y A Reparto: jesús Menéndez.
Rooms: 3
Phone: (+53)23429127
Mobile: (+53)52719085

A modern house in the center of Bayamo city, Cradle of the Cuban Nationality. The house is very near of all the cultural, historical, social and economic facilities for the guests To just few meters from the Boulevard of the city and to five minutes from the bus station, the house has three independent, acclimatized rooms with audio system, new mattresses and three private bathrooms with abundant cold and hot ...

Casa Ana Marti Vasquez

Owner: Ana Martí Vasquez
Place: Bayamo
Address: Calle Cespedes 4, tween Canducha and Maceo, 5 seconds walk from superb Plaza de la Revolucion (Parque Cespedes), Bayamo City. Granma
Rooms: 2
Phone: (053)(23) 45-5323

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Top 2 of 2 Hotels in Bayamo

Hotel Islazul Royalton

Hotel Islazul Royalton

This gracious hotel in the Islazul chain enjoys a superb position overlooking Parque C?spedes, in the very heart of the colonial city. The three-story building dates back to the 1940s and was last refurbished in 2002 to bring it up to tourist level. It is far from one of Islazul\'s better hotels, but meets the bare minimum of standards for a multi-night stay.

The airy lobby has been refitted with modern ceramic floor and leather sofas. Off to one side, a simple caf?-restaurant has a streetfront patio but can usually only muster up a few dishes off the menu, but fortunately two there are a couple of atmospheric restaurants within a few minutes walk.

The best thing about the 33 small air-conditioned rooms are the lofty ceilings and modern bathrooms with showers only. All come with small satellite TVs and phone plus mini-refrigerator, but the furnishings are meager, the mattresses far from comfortable, and the fabrics outdated. Take okne of the four south-facing rooms for balcony views over the square, but be warned that these rooms get more noise.

Hotel Islazul Sierra Maestra

Hotel Islazul Sierra Maestra

Hotel Islazul Sierra Maestra, previously known as Hotel Carrusel Sierra Maestra is located in the very heart of Bayamo, one of the earliest villages founded in Cuba and declared a National Monument.

For its proximity to museums, this hotel is ideal for historical and cultural tourism fans. Besides, the hotel has a very advantageous position in the eastern part of the island because the Sierra Maestra National Park, the La Plata Headquarters, Dos Rios and Turquino Peak are within the reach of guests and visitors.

Therefore, it is a special hotel for those who love to travel in search of culture and history alongside the streets of Bayamo in a surprising natural environment.