Hotels Baracoa in Cuba

Baracoa, on Cuba’s eastern spit in Guantánamo province, was founded as Velázques’ first settlement in 1512. Baracoa means “presence of the sea” in the language of the indigenous. Baracoa is characterized by the exuberant nature and typical Caribbean: beaches, palms, and vivacity. The main street transforms into a fairground every Saturday evening. The residents live of seafood, coconut cultivation, cocoa, banana and also the lumber industry. The wooden cross, which Columbus is said to have left behind in 1492 in Baracoa is up for display at “Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción”.

Villa Baracoa in Cuba - Kuba
Villa Baracoa in Cuba - Kuba

Villa baracoa


The Villa Baracoa hotel complex is composed of two separate hotels on the outskirts of Baracoa
Location: outskirts of Baracoa
Facilities Hotel I: 3 stars, 34 rooms, restaurant, grill, 3 bars, swimming pool with kiddy area, medical assistance, tourist information, money exchange
Facilities Hotel II: 3 stars, 60 rooms, restaurant, grill, 2 bars, swimming pool with kiddy area, medical assistance, tennis courts, nightclub, souvernir shop, car rental, parking, tourist information, money exchange, hotel safe, private beach
Room: bathroom, AC, telephone, satellite TV
Boarding: breakfast, half-board
’Tip: a guided tour to Yunque’s Peak is one of the highlights of the regions, info at hotel
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