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Hotels in Guantanamo, Cuba
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Baracoa
Hotel Gaviota El Castillo is located in the city of Baracoa - the first village founded in Cuba by the Spanish conquistadors - and is housed in the fortress of Seboruco de Santa Barbara, which was built by the Spaniards in colonial times. It is just a few km away from the city's national airport which handles the operations of small and middle size airplanes. The road... Photos & more info...
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Baracoa
Hotel Gaviota Porto Santo is located next to Baracoa Bay and close to the airport, in a small and private beach where, according to legends, Christopher Columbus planted the famous Cruz de Parra, considered the oldest religious object conserved from the Spanish presence in America. Hotel has 60 rooms and its best feature is a large swimming pool with a deck and... Photos & more info...
Gaviota
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Baracoa
Maguana villas, 21km (13 miles) from Baracoa, are secluded and peaceful in a totally private, pretty cove next to a the famous 2km (1 1/4-mile) long white sand public beach called Playa Maguana. In the very hot summer the locals come from miles around to play on the pristine sands, gossip a dreat deal, and of course cool off in the fish rich waters. A few fishermen... Photos & more info...
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Guantanamo Bay & Caimanera
Caimanera Hotel is located like a castle on the highest hillock, in the fishing village of the same name, which is in the heart of the Bahia de Guantanamo, better known as Guantanamo Bay. The South of the village is actually bordered by the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base. Hotel Caimanera with natural decorations and ambience is a model of simplicity and good taste. It is... Photos & more info...
Islazul
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Guantanamo City
The Marti Hotel, on Guantanamo City's central squate has been recently (2012) re-modeled and re-opened. The star feature is the roof terrace with bar & views of the city. There is a restaurant offering both a la carte international food and that that is traditional for the region. Photos & more info...
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Guantanamo City
The only tourist hotel located in Guantanamo City proper. 124 rooms, Soviet style architecture and located in the modern area of the city of Guantanamo, facing Mariana Grajales Square. The hotel Guantanamo has recently been refurbished and features 2 restaurants, swimming pool, 2 bars, ice cream parlour, beauty parlour, shop, cafeteria, grill, disco, entertainment... Photos & more info...
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Guantanamo City
Nature, comfort and good service come together in Villa La Lupe hotel, on the banks of the Bano River. Near the city of Guantánamo, this facility stands between the invariable murmur of the rushing river and the abundance of tropical trees and plants; an ideal atmosphere to spend time with family and friends. Modern, comfortable rooms, decorated with delicacy and care... Photos & more info...
Islazul
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Baracoa
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If comfort & good hospitality are important in your choice of accommodation, you will find both in plentiful supply at Hostal Gaviota Rio Miel in Baracoa. Opened in October 2013, Rio Miel is a three-story hotel overlooking Baracoa’s Malecón & is a place where great comfort goes hand in hand with outstanding ocean views. You will be touched by the warmth & dedication of... Photos & more info...
Gaviota
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2015-07-14
Baracoa
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If you like the thought of staying in an attractive, inexpensive old colonial house that is perfectly placed for enjoying the hidden gem of Baracoa, you should try La Habanera. La Habanera is a small, recently restored hotel on a pedestrianised street just off the main plaza. Its facilities include a lobby bar & restaurant, which provide good food & drink, though there... Photos & more info...
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Baracoa
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This legendary little hotel was established by a Russian émigré (and princess) and former dancer, Mima Rubenskaya or "La Rusa de Baracoa". She had settled in Baracoa after fleeing the Revolution in 1917 at age six. There she is in black-and-white, framed on the wall in the lobby. She converted her three-story home into a hotel – the Miramar – in 1953. Supposedly it hosted... Photos & more info...
Encanto
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Baracoa
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The Hotel/Hostal 1511 is a new hotel that opened on 1st May 2011. Located in Baracoa, it was the first villa founded by Diego Velazquez in 1511. It is very close to the Catholic Church ‘Nuestra Señora de la Asunción’, which preserves the only and famous relic of the ‘cross from the vine’ (la cruz de la parra), placed by Columbus on his discovery voyage of the new world. Photos & more info...
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Baracoa
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The “Yunque de Baracoa”, is one of the landmark features that most impressed Christopher Columbus during his first explorations along the Northern coast of the island. At its base, the Campismo cabanas are located. There the visitors get in direct touch with the wild life discovered for the New World by the Genoese Admiral. Surrounded by luxuriant vegetation, among... Photos & more info...
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Imias, Yacabo & Cajobabo
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Cabanas Campismo Yacabo Abajo provides a unique & memorable experience for those seeking outdoor adventure in Cuba, at very small cost. Unlike Cuba’s other campismo sites, which are rich in colour & foliage, Campismo Yacabo Abajo is completely different with arguably more cacti than palm trees & lots of hilly terrain that is ideal for mountain biking, horse riding &... Photos & more info...
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Imias, Yacabo & Cajobabo
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Closed to International tourists during 2013. Photos & more info...
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Guantanamo Guide
Cuba's easternmost province is one of the least visited yet most interesting of all the country's municipalities. The name Guantanamo is most widely known because of the infamous US naval base at Guantanamo Bay a few kilometres north of the city of Guantanamo. Though strategically and politically important, the US base occupies a relatively small isolated area that visitors to Guantanamo province are not likely to stumble on, so the real Cuban charm of the province can in fact be enjoyed as if it didn't exist.

However in case you didn't know already, the US military have been holding at Guantanamo Bay more than 500 "terrorists" detained since the 2001 "U.S. war on terror". It is the authors view that a "war on the REASONS for violent action" maybe more appropriate, and that one persons terrorist is another persons freedom fighter; and that nobody should be imprisoned without charge and a fair trial. Cubans regard the US base as an illegal occupation of their land, not least because the treaty and lease of 1903 was imposed by force, it is obsolete by the norms and principles of the UN Friendly Relations Resolution of 1970, the terms of the lease have been broken, and the treaty breaks the Vienna Convention articles 56 and 62.

The province is, with the possible exception of the eastern peninsular of Pinar del Rio province, the wildest, most uncharted piece of territory in the land.

The main tourist destination of Guantanamo province is the magical little town of Baracoa, don't miss the oportunity to come there in the week of 1 April, when heady street parties every night commemorate the disembarkation of General Antonio Maceo at nearby Playa Duaba in 1895, marking the beginning of the War of Independence.

Guantánamo's architecture and culture is unlike the rest of Cuba. The providence is only 80km away from Haiti its closest point, across the Windward Passage and close enough to see lights on Haiti on a clear night. Guantánamo also has a high number of immigrants from Jamaica, meaning that many buildings are comparable to those of the French Quarter of New Orleans in the U.S. state of Louisiana.

The Nipe-Sagua-Baracoa mountains dominate the province, dividing both climate and landscape. The northern coast, battered by prevailing winds, is the wettest part of the country, while the south, sheltered and dry, is the hottest. The north is characterized by rainforests, while the south is arid and has much cacti.
Travel Guides by Province
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