Hotels Cienfuegos in Cuba - Kuba

The small town Fernandina de Jagua, modern day Cienfuegos originated in 1819 from the former Kaziken territory, in a lonesome/isolated and protected part of a large bay. In 1745 the Spanish colonial authorities had already erected a solid fortress which remains till today.
A coastal town with an interesting flair, the historic downtown puts the neoclassical inspired building on show. Former palaces and casinos like the Palacio del Valle, the Teatro Terry and the district around Parque Marti.

Hotel Palacio Azul in Cuba - Kuba
Hotel Palacio Azul in Cuba - Kuba

Hotel Palacio Azul

Location: directly at Cienfuego’s large bay, at the end of Punta Gorda, with a view of the bay and its vicinity, only about 20 minutes by foot to the historic downtown.
Facilities: 2 stars, 7 rooms (6 double rooms, 1 three-bed-room), excellent restaurant, bar
Room: bathroom, shower, AC, telephone, radio, satellite TV, balcony
Boarding: breakfast
Tip: the marina right outside offers boat trips within Jagua bay; starting point to a visit to Playa Rancho Luna beach which is 20 km away, to Sierra de Escambray’s mountainous landscape, or to the colonial town of Trinidad, which is one hour away.
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