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Top 3 of 11 Casas in Sancti Spiritus City

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Owner: Matilde Rámirez Hidalgo
Place: Sancti Spiritus City
Address: Independencia #9 altos e/Avenida de los Mártirez y Ernesto Valdéz M. (en el bulevar)
Rooms: 1 triple
Email: mati1967@nauta.cu
Phone: 41-323611
Mobile: +5352711300

Estamos a su servicio en el mismo centro de la siempre encantadora ciudad de Sancti Spiritus, brindándole nuestro mejor servicio en una casa colonial con una vista sin igual de todo el casco histórico en el que estamos enmarcados.Disponemos de los siguientes espacios: recibidor, cuarto amplio con cama camera y una personal,aire acondicionado,ventilador,televisor y minibar; baño independiente con agua caliente,tiene acceso a una terraza amplia donde podrá pasar agradables ratos ...

Hostal Casa Santa Elena

Owner: Sara Calzada Botell
License: 524/06
Place: Sancti Spiritus City
Address: street: Santa Elena # 42 between: Carretera Central y Onza Codigo Postal: 60 100
Rooms: 3
Email: saraelito07@gmail.com
Phone: +5341329218
Mobile: +5352842396

3 rooms airy, spacious, safe, comfortable and each has two beds, refrigerator, TV, stereo, cupboards, fan, air conditioning, windows, safe, private bathroom with hot and cold water 24 hours. Terrace with bbq, nice views of the city where they share cocktails, food service, Spanish dance classes and conversations that you desire, and Sara Elito together await to enjoy a wonderful and unforgettable stay, stay with the desire to return because ...

Hostal Deyvis Rodriguez Villalobos

Owner: Deyvis Rodriguez Villalobos
License: A444435
Place: Sancti Spiritus City
Address: Entre Maximo Gomez y Placido No. 14 Sancti Spiritus, Cuba
Rooms: 2
Email: hostaldeyvis@yahoo.com
Mobile: (53) 52473503

A beautiful house just around the corner from the Town Square where all the wonderful activity is going on with music at night and buzzing with vibrant Cuban life. The \\\"Boulevard\\\" shopping zone with no cars allowed is right there too, only 2 minutes from our Casa Particular where in the last few years everything has been so beautifully renewed and renovated. The Town Square itself is a masterpiece, renewed ...

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Top 2 of 2 Hotels in Sancti Spiritus City

Hotel Encanto del Rijo

Hotel Encanto del Rijo

This is one of our favorite provincial hotels. The lovely neo-classical building dating from 1818 sits on tiny Plazuela Honorato del Castillo and looks out directly toward the 17th-century Parroquial Mayor del Esp?ritu Santo church ? a great setting. However, traffic noise echoing through the streets can be a problem for late sleepers.

A thoughtful restoration around the Millennium reinvigorated this former dilapidated mansion, which metamorphosed as a hotel in the Islazul chain in 2001. In 2007, it was elevated to the Cubanacan chain, for better or worse. You feel like you\'re stepping back in time as you pass through the tall nail-studded carriage doors to a lobby with wrought-iron chandeliers beneath a sturdy beamed ceiling. No worries, as directly across the street, the Mes?n de la Plaza replicates a Spanish bodega and delivers excellent Iberian dishes (such as garbanzo with bason and sausage), plus a delicious baked chicken in orange sauce. We\'ve always thought the inflatable plunge pool on the rooftop to be a disaster just waiting to happen. There have been reports of major spillage!

Hotel Encanto Plaza

Hotel Encanto Plaza

Overlooking the main square in Sancti Sp?ritus, this mid-19th-century hotel was recently added to Cubanac?n\'s Encanto brand, for small city hotel with exceptional character. However, the Hotel E Plaza falls far short of being such a boutique hotel. OK, it\'s steps-to-everywhere locale is a plus. The lobby is welcoming, with its arches and slender columns, its potted plants, contemporary clay murals, and tinkling fountain in an atrium courtyard to the rear. A small mahogany lobby bar exudes charm, and there\'s a rooftop terrace with views over the city.

The lobby also doubles as TV lounge ? a noisy distraction to guests seeking to relax or using the adjoining computer with Internet access. Our experience in the hotel\'s handsome restaurant, graced by a black-and-white checkered tile floor, has always been disappointing. \"No hay!\" (there is none) seems to be a mantra. And we would really like to see the tableclothes washed more than once a year.