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While the entire city is known as the "Pearl of the South", Cienfuegos possesses another gem: the gleaming Hotel La Unión.

Located in a privileged spot in the city center a stone's throw from Parque José Martí, Hotel La Unión was founded in 1869, making it one of Cienfuegos’ oldest hotels. A colonial building constructed in neoclassical style, it was built on farmland once owned by Don Tomás Terry, a wealthy merchant for whom the city’s marvelous theater is named.

La Unión fast became popular and hosted notable guests such as Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova (who also visited Havana’s Hotel Inglaterra). After the triumph of the revolution, it ceased to operate as a hotel, until 2000, when a major renovation brought it back to life.

There are several inviting areas to relax here including two patios, an open-air bar/courtyard, restaurant and the pool – tucked into an interior courtyard guarded by a duo of sculpted lions. Hotel La Unión’s "Venus Negra" terrace offers amazing views over the city and bay. There is also a small business center, fitness area and modest spa.

While not as popular as other Cuban cities like Santiago de Cuba, Havana and Trinidad, Cienfuegos is a charming, seaside city which surprises visitors with its hospitality, cleanliness, and lively art scene. It also has terrific examples of colonial architecture – Hotel La Unión among them.

Ave. 54 e/ Calle 29 y Calle 31, Cienfuegos

Disco Club Benny Moré

Despite bearing Benny Moré's name, you're unlikely to hear any of his music here. (For that, you need to visit the Café Cantante Benny Moré.) This spot is a disco, but a good place to dance to the hottest Latin tunes.

Ave. 54 y El Prado, Cienfuegos

Café Cantante Benny Moré

Local musicians perform nightly at this friendly music club, where you'll hear a few hits that the region's best-known musician made famous.

Ave. 0 y Calle 37, Cienfuegos

Palacio de Valle

This restaurant, in the dazzling setting of the most famous building in town, features good quality fish and seafood, including lobster. The rooftop bar at the architecturally amazing Palacio de Valle is a great spot for a sunset drink and often has live music.

Castillo de Jagua, Cienfuegos

Castillo de Jagua

Above a fishing village overlooking the narrow entrance to the Bahía de Cienfuegos is a Spanish fortress built in 1745 to keep out pirates who had grown accustomed to trading with locals. Castillo de Jagua Fortress was declared National Monument. It's completely refurbished (even the drawbridge works) and has a historical museum with weapons and other antiques. The dungeon houses a bar and restaurant. Choice of dishes from the world’s cuisine and “La Dama Azul” (The Blue Lady) paella as the main course. It also offers cocktail, drink, and juice service, livened up with live music and special nights with the production of the Blue Lady's legend. Local legend holds that the site is haunted by the ghost of a mysterious female figure dressed in a blue gown; given the fort's notorious history, who can say for sure?

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