Hotels - Memories Trinidad del Mar

About  Memories Trinidad del Mar

If you are looking for beautiful white sandy beaches & an all-inclusive experience with a real colonial feel, you will find Hotel Brisas Trinidad del Mar a good choice.

Trinidad del Mar is not far from the historic sugar centre of Trinidad & the hotel’s colourful buildings have been designed in the style of an old colonial town, right down to the clock tower. The hotel is enviably placed on the stunning Ancon beach, where guests are provided with a good range of watersports.

Trinidad del Mar hotel also has a great range of activities around the hotel with a large winding pool, gym & tennis courts, while guests can also hire bicycles. This hotel is great for families &, in addition to the separate pool, there is a children’s club with daily activities to keep them entertained. Trinidad del Mar also provides entertaining cabaret shows &, for the more adventurous, the vibrant nightlife of Trinidad is just 20 minutes away by taxi.

Hotel Trinidad del Mar has 3 good bars & 2 a la carte restaurants serving Cuban & international cuisine, though the food in its buffet restaurant can sometimes be served cool. However, there is great choice & plenty of healthy options. The snack bar also serves great coffees.

Brisas Trinidad del Mar should meet your needs whether you want a relaxing all-inclusive holiday on the beach or a good base for exploring Trinidad & the beautiful surrounding area.

Playa Ancón, Trinidad

Playa Ancón

It is often said that Playa Ancon De Trinidad is the best beach in the south of the island. This postcard-perfect beach has fine white sands and crystal clear turquoise waters. Anyone staying in one of the many private houses in Trinidad should not miss this beautiful Caribbean coastline, all at just 12 km from Trinidad. 

Calle Fernando Hernández Echemendia # 52, Trinidad

Romance Museum

The Palace of Count Brunet, today the Romance Museum exhibits a collection of fine furniture, porcelain and other decorative arts owned by the bourgeoisie of Trinidad during the 19th century.

Calle Simon Bolivar # 457, Trinidad

Museum of Archeology Guamuhaya

The Museum of Archeology Guamuhaya, founded on May 15th 1976, in a beautiful mansion on the west side of the Plaza Mayor traces pre- and post-Columbian history. It exhibits in chronological order through 8 rooms objects belonging to the aborigines living in the South Central Region of the island of Cuba during the precolumbus era, as well as material evidence of the Colonial period of very diverse origin and a bill from the city of Trinidad and Valle de los Ingenios. Some of these objects are considered unique in Cuba.

Calle Fernando Hernández (Cristo), Trinidad

La Santísima Trinidad

Although the city's cathedral was consecrated in 1892, the building took the better part of the 19th century to complete (it was built to replace the 17th-century church that was destroyed by a hurricane). The structure shows a neoclassic architectural style. Its interesting interior is replete with a dozen hardwood altars that date from the early 20th century and various colonial icons. Besides it preserves the famous Christ of Vera Cruz, and an altar – the only one of this kind in Cuba devoted to the Virgin of Mercy.

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