Santiago de Cuba in Cuba’s eastern Orient and on the Sierra Maestra mountain range, is known as the home of afro-Cuban music, dance, and magic. The Son spread out from here at around the time that the great landowner Facundo Barardi, founded a rum factory in the late 18th century. Santiago later made its mark in history when a lawyer’s son, Fidel Castro started a revolution and in 1959 as the new leader, gave orders to storm Havana.

Hotels Santiago in Cuba - Kuba

You can still feel an aura of the past and the tranquility of the Santiagueros in contrast to Havana’s hustle and bustle. Santiago is a good starting point for all sorts of daytrips in the area. One of the closest destinations is the Basilica del Cobre, the pilgrimage church, which the pope also visited during his stay in Cuba – a new chapter in the cities long history.

Hotel Melia Santiago de Cuba in Cuba - Kuba

Hotel Melia Santiago de Cuba in Cuba - Kuba

Hotel melia santiago de cuba


Location: ca. 3 km from the historic city center, located at the Plaza Melía Santiago
Facilities: 4,5 stars, 207 rooms, buffet restaurant, 3 restaurants (Italian, Cuban and International cuisine), 5 bars, Icecream Parlor, 2 swimming pools and 1 pool for children, sun chairs and towel service, 24-hour room service, shop, boutique,hairdresser, fitness room, tennis, sauna, massage, beauty salon, business center, conference rooms, internet access, discotheque with paoramic view in 15th floor, laundry service, money exchange, car rental, taxi-cabs, parking
Room: bathroom, hairdryer, A/C, telephone, satellite TV, mini bar, in-room safe, 110/220V, non-smoking rooms available
Junior Suite: in addition to standard room amenities as kingsize bed, coffee maker, fresh linens daily, Jacuzzi, panoramic view
Children: cradles and child-chairs upon availability
Boarding: breakfast buffet
Tip: Rooms in the upper floors allow a breathtaking view of the city, surroundings and as far as to the mountains of the Sierra Maestra

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