Resorts in Trinidad, Cuba

Resorts in Trinidad, Cuba
Trinidad was founded by 16th-century Canary Island immigrants in honor of the Holy Trinity. It offers travelers spectacular Caribbean beaches, cobblestone streets, well-preserved ancient palaces, colonial architecture and a mountainous backdrop. Sightseeing and recreational options include the Roman-style Yayabo Bridge in Sancti Spiritus, the ecotourism center of Topes de Collantes and the beaches along Casilda Bay.

Gran Hotel Iberostar Trinidad

The Iberostar occupies a renovated historic building and opened in February 2006. Its location in the heart of the colonial city enables visitors to explore surrounding sites as well as relax on the nearby sandy beach. Each of the 40 rooms is spacious and well-appointed in colonial replica furnishings; some have balconies overlooking the quiet square in front of the property. Amenities include restaurant, bar, air-conditioning, TV, Internet access and room service. The on-site restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with live music at each meal.

Gran Hotel Iberostar Trinidad
Calle Jose Marti y Lino Perez
Trinidad, Cuba
011 (+41) 99 6073
iberostar.com

Hotel Brisas Trinidad del Mar

This 241-room hotel lies directly on Ancon Beach, a few miles away from Trinidad. It was fully renovated in 2005. The hotel has conference facilities and its 24-hour lobby maintains a hotel safe and currency exchange. Room rates are based on an all-inclusive (full board) basis, and guests have access to the bar, restaurant, Internet (for an additional charge), game room, bike rental (for an additional charge) and free parking. Hotel Brisas also operates an entertainment program for children ages 4 to 12.

Hotel Brisas Trinidad del Mar
Peninsula Ancon
Trinidad, Cuba
011 (+53) 72043449

Casa Particulares

A casa particulare is an excellent alternative to a traditional hotel or large resort stay while in Trinidad. Approximately 380 Trinidad families welcome visitors into their homes and, for those not demanding a beach view, casa particulares are a very popular option representing a great value and authentic Cuban experience. Tourists will have no difficulty securing a room at a casa from the scores of proprietors flocking the airport, but most accept reservations. See Resources for traveler reviews of Trinidad casas.

Article Written By Marie Kaye

Marie Kaye, a former attorney, has written on health policy, insurance reform, end of life care and medical advances since 1996. Her expertise in biotechnology, pharmaceutical products and medical device products has also appeared in articles in "The Wall Street Journal" and healthcare reimbursement trade publications. Kaye holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland.

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