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About  Hotel Plaza Sancti Spiritus

Hotel Islazul Plaza Sancti Spiritus stands in the old quarter of Sancti Spirtius City, near Trinidad. This hotel is perfect for those who would like to explore this wonderful city, discover its traditions, customs and life of local people.

Plaza Hotel was first built in 1843 as a family mansion, but by 1914 it had been transformed into a cafeteria, cake shop, guest house and meeting place for the main landowners in the central region of the country. The premises were reopened in 1996, after have been entirely rebuilt in such a way that all the former colonial style features of the building were returned to its original glory.

Hotel Plaza is a quite small hotel, only 29 rooms. Its facilities include a 24 hour lobby bar, restaurant that offers National and International cuisines, tourist desk from where you can book various tours to visit Museum of Colonial Art (the house of a hundred doors), the Main Parish Church (National Monument), the bridge over the Yayabo river, the Ruben Martinez Villena library and many more. 

Calle Máximo Gómez No.26 Sur, Sancti Spíritus

Casa de la Trova

This spot hosts live-music shows starting at 10 pm Wednesday through Saturday and on Sunday afternoons.

Calle Máximo Gómez 34, Sancti Spíritus

Restaurante Mesón de la Plaza

This refurbished 19th-century building overlooks Plaza Serafín Sánchez and the porticos of the colonial buildings that surround it. It's an impressive edifice, with large, arched doorways. Seating is at sturdy wooden tables, a couple of which have views of the Iglesia Parroquial Mayor. The menu is traditional Cuban with a few twists, such as garbanzo mesonero (garbanzo and pork soup) and ternero a la villa (veal stewed in a clay pot).

Calle Jesús Méndez y Calle Rodríguez

Parroquial Mayor del Espiritu Santo

The Parroquial Mayor del Espiritu Santo is one of Cuba's oldest and best-preserved churches. The original church on this site was built in 1522 and made of wood construction but was rebuilt in 1680 in stone. Today the Parroquial Mayor del Espiritu Santo is a Romanesque and baroque design. Its massive bell tower is visible from much of Sancti Spíritus, and though its interior is sparsely decorated—a carved wooden ceiling and a blue-and-gold wooden arch framing a simple altar—it's extremely well preserved. The church is also famous for the sermon of Fray Bartolome de las Casas that he delivered here, and became the beginning of his effort to help the Amerindians.

End of Calle el Llano, Sancti Spíritus

Restaurante Quinta Santa Elena

Between the muddy Río Yayabo and the Calle el Llano, this ancient yellow manor house with a large, tree-shaded terrace is an appealing spot. Seating is available on the terrace, which has a river view, or inside, where the terra-cotta floors, thick columns, and wide arches attest to the building's lifespan of almost three centuries. Specialties are pollo a la quinta (chicken in a vegetable tomato sauce) and vaca frita (strips of beef sautéed with onions), and an array of creole dishes.

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