Hotels - Melia Santiago de Cuba

About  Melia Santiago de Cuba

The Meliá Santiago de Cuba combines elegance and comfort for the perfect stay on the island. Enjoy the spectacular views of the city and tailor made attention on its exclusive The Level floor. 

Iconic city hotel, the only one of its kind in Santiago de Cuba

The highest standard of hotel facilities in the province

Spectacular city views with the Sierra Maestra as a backdrop

Leading hotel for business and meetings in Santiago

Nightclub with live entertainment

The Level Floor for our most personalised service, offering exclusivity and privacy

Iconic hotel and the only one of its kind in Santiago de Cuba with interesting history, art and authentic traditional music, making it a unique and unforgettable cultural location.

Leading hotel in the city, with the highest standard of facilities in the second largest city in Cuba.

Padre Pico, Santiago de Cuba

Museum of the Clandestine Struggle

The museum of the Clandestine Struggle is located Padre Pico steps up. This excellent museum, in one of the city’s finest colonial houses, focuses on the activities of the resistance movement under local martyr Frank País. Residents of Santiago were instrumental in supporting the Revolution, as were peasants in the Sierra Maestra. From the museum’s balcony, there are tremendous views of Santiago and the bay.

Ave General Portuondo (Trinidad) y Ave Moncada, Santiago de Cuba

26th of July Historical Museum

This museum is located in the former Moncada Barracks, a military fortification which came under attack on 26 July 1953 by a group of young revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro Ruz. Moncada was the second military fort of the country, occupied by about a thousand men under the command of Fulgencio Batista. Unfortunately, the rebels were either killed or captured. Although unsuccessful, the attack ignited the sparks of Cuban Revolution. Fidel wrote his famous speech "La historia me absolverá" ("History will absolve me"), which was smuggled out of prison, printed, and distributed throughout the island. This event launched the final stage of the struggle for the country's freedom. After the victory of the revolution Moncada Barrack was transformed into a school, and a space was devoted to Museum. The museum exhibits some of the revolutionaries' personal belongings, some of the weaponry used and photographs of the historical event, as well as a valuable coin collection.

Calle Heredia. Santiago de Cuba

The Troubadou’s House

This venue is one of the symbols of Santiago de Cuba, where traditional rhythms such as the trova, bolero and son were born. Situated very close to the Parque Céspedes, it is the meeting place for 'trovadores', both old and new. Considered one of the most important cultural institutions in Cuba, it preserves a musical movement that is deeply-rooted in the traditions of Santiago and forms an integral part of the city's life.

Calle Heredia No. 260, Santiago de Cuba

Casa Natal de José María Heredia

This Spanish-colonial mansion was the birthplace of poet José María Heredia, who, because of his pro-independence writings, is considered Cuba's first national poet. Heredia died in 1839 at age 36 while exiled in Mexico. The house, now just a fraction of its original size, displays period furniture and some of the poet's works and belongings. The home's traditional interior patio is planted with trees and plants—including orange, myrtle, palm, and jasmine—associated with Heredia's verse. A marble plaque on the house's Calle Heredia facade excerpts one of the poet's most famous works, "Niágara".

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