Melia Santiago de Cuba

The Meliá Santiago de Cuba Hotel is located in the center of the city of the same name, which is considered the most Caribbean city in the country and is famous for its people’s hospitability. The hotel has a privileged location, just seven kilometers away from Antonio Maceo International Airport and barely 1,000 meters from the Heredia Convention Center. According to experts, it is an excellent place for congress and incentive tourism, weddings and honeymoons, where guests are in direct contact with the busiest streets of the city, the second largest metropolis in the country, as well as its culture, traditions and history.

Hotel Brisas Sierra Mar-Los Galeones

The Brisas Sierra Mar-Los Galeones Hotel was built on a beautiful mountainous terrace overlooking the Caribbean Sea, on a four-kilometer beach on eastern Cuba’s southern coast. The establishment is 70 kilometers away from Santiago de Cuba’s international airport and is considered an excellent place for families and honeymooners. The hotel also benefits from its proximity to the most Caribbean of all Cuban cities, in a natural environment that is perfect for ecotourism, adventures and nautical activities.

Hotel San Basilio

Hotel Encanto San Basilio was originally built in the second decade of XX century. The hotel re-opened in July 2003 after a full renovation and refurbishment. Hotel San Basilio has large windows, fine ironwork and a small balcony in the centre. Its 8 rooms and a small restaurant are decorated with furniture that corresponds with the architecture of the building. The property enjoys a privileged location, in the street that loans its name to the hotel, close to Cespedes Park and the historical city centre. The airport is only 8 kilometers away from the hotel while the Caribbean coast and its nice beaches can be reached within a half hour by car. Hotel San Basilio offers a nice, familiar environment, pleasant restaurant and kind service.

Hotel Casa Grande

One of the old great hotels of Santiago. Centrally located overlooking the central square and the cathedral. The hotel was renovated 5 years ago, but is showing strains again. The rooms are high with good beds and a decent size bathroom. Its best features are his lobby and rooftop bars. Do both of them. Whenever there is something going on in the square, the rooftop bar
gives you the best views. The lobby bar on the open downstairs patio offers decent snacks and a great view of the square. A nice place to rest after your walk in Santiago. The restaurant is a bit dreary, but at night you can get a decent meal on the rooftop