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Top 3 of 86 Casas in Baracoa

!!!Alejandro and Susana house!!!

Owner: Susana Gainza Fuente
License: 563451
Place: Baracoa
Address: Calle 1ro de abril #55 entre Julio Antonio Mella y Libertad, La Playa.
Rooms: 3
Mobile: (+53) 53956107

!!Hello, We are your hosts Alejandro and Susana. Our house is located approximately 100 meters from the center of the city and in front of the Bay of Baracoa, wich will provide you an unforgettable view where you can also enjoy the Yunque of Baracoa, symbol of the city.The house has for your enjoyment terrace, garden, roundabout, yard and a garage. The rooms have air conditioning, hot shower, a double ...

!!Oceanfront Paradise next to Viazul station!!

Owner: Wanda Pérez
License: 564879
Place: Baracoa
Address: Maximo Gomez Street # 69 b/ 24 de Febrero and Coliseo, Baracoa, Guantanamo
Rooms: 2

Features that make our place unique and special: -Independent floor -Sea view room -Located at the Malecon, one block from the bus terminal Viazul -Very quiet neighborhood, ideal to sleep peacefully -Private terrace in front of the sea -Refreshing and relaxing sea breeze -Panoramic view of the city -Very close to the historical center of the city -View to Yunque de Baracoa, symbol of the city -Experienced hosts at your ...

((( Apartamento D José ))))

Owner: Jose Correa
License: A 550091
Place: Baracoa
Address: Calle Flor Crombet, esquina a Abel Díaz, Baracoa, Guantánamo
Rooms: 4

We have 4 Rooms, ventilated, with air conditioning by Split and fans, private bathrooms, with hot water, with sea, mountain and city views, independent entrance. We offer Creole meals made with coconut milk (traditional in our city), vegetarian meals, guides included in English, Russian and French to trips to beaches, rivers, national parks, museums and others. We offer as well the massage service by specialists. English and Russian are spoken ...

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Top 2 of 2 Hotels in Baracoa

Hotel Gaviota El Castillo

Hotel Gaviota El Castillo

The choice hotel in town, this three-star option has by far the best location in Baracoa. Loftily poised atop the craggy hill on the south side of Baracoa, it occupies part of the former 18th-century Castillo Seburouco and offers stupendous views down over the colonial town and towards El Yunque. The infirm may find exploring town from here a challenge, but otherwise the staircase offers direct access to downtown, with its rickety wooden buildings in vernacular style.

A swimming pool studs the battlement courtyard, where there\'s an open-bar where live musicians often entertain groups. The best reason to stay here, though, is the air-conditioned restaurant. Undeniably the town\'s best, it does a reasonable job infusing local ingredients into the menu, and many dishes here you won\'t find elsewhere. We enjoyed a gouda aubergine (eggplant) starter and fresh fish prepared in coconut sauce with local herbs. It\'s run by Gaviota, which offers car and scooter rental plus excursions.

Hotel Gaviota Porto Santo

Hotel Gaviota Porto Santo

Run by Cuba\'s Gaviota chain, this 80-room hotel plays a reasonable second fiddle to the Hotel El Castillo. The Port Santo stands atop a craggy bluff on the west side of Baracoa harbor, and a good two mile walk from town (but just a one-minute drive to the airport). Hence, the El Castillo, with its in-the-heart-of-town locale, has the Porto Santo beat on that score. Nonetheless, we like the airy feel to the landscaped grounds, studded with two-story buildings that catch the sea breezes.

The serpentine pool and pooldeck is a great space to cool off and catch some rays. And steps lead down to a small private beach. Hungry after a game of tennis? The thatched poolside grill serves snacks, and the main restaurant offers a modest menu of criolla and continental dishes. A folkloric dance troupe often performs on the deck.

The air-conditioned rooms compete with those at El Castillo, with terra-cotta tile floors and fairly simple furniture of dark hardwoods and rattan. All rooms come with satellite TV, radio, telephone, in-roo safe, and modernized bathrooms.