ROC Varadero VaraderoPrice/night 54 € 60 €
House located in Santiago de Cuba, which rents 5 air-conditioned rooms with private bathrooms, cold and hot water. The rooms are fully equipped with bedding, towels, have 5 personal beds and 5 double beds, one of the rooms has a small terrace, TV and all amenities. The house has a kitchen, living room, dining room, patio, very comfortable terrace equipped with tables and chairs, ideal for parties and celebrations, where you can see much of the city of Santiago de Cuba, which becomes an oasis where you can find Peace, reading, relaxing and sharing with family and friends, all very comfortable for the enjoyment of the guest.
It is located in the heart of the city just 60 meters from the Plaza de Marte and 250 meters from the Cespedes Park
It is located near the restaurants: Patio de los Abuelos, Santiago XXX Anniversary, Garzón y K, El Barracón, Neptuno, El Baturro, near the Museo Historico 26 de Julio, Tomás Romay Natural History Museum, Diego Velázquez House Museum and Carnival Museum, Bar La Iris, Marylín and Club 300 nightclubs, where you will have the opportunity to have fun and enjoy the attractive nights of this great city.
Additional services are offered, such as, mini bar, washing and ironing clothes, breakfast, dinner with varied dishes typical of Cuban cuisine. Salsa music dance classes and Spanish courses, taxi services, among other offers, are taught.
The owners of the house are professionals and have command of the English language.
Santiago de Cuba is the capital of the homonymous province, located in the southwest of Cuba, facing the Caribbean Sea. It is the second most important city in the country due to its economy and population. It was capital of the old province of Oriente and currently it is of the province of the same name.
It is famous for its colonial architecture and its revolutionary history. The Afro-Cuban cultural influences of the city are reflected in the Carnival of July, a festival with parades of drums, colorful costumes and the dance of the son (precursor of salsa).
It constitutes an exceptional city, combining values and attractions that show the idiosyncrasies of its people, the culture and history of the place, as well as the enjoyment of exotic nature. It is known as the Hero City of Cuba, a title that was granted for the support of its people to the libertarian deeds of the Cubans.
Santiago de Cuba is the cradle of a large number of the musical genres of Cuba. It has been recognized as the birthplace of the son and the bolero, the traditional trova and the choral expression are deeply rooted. There were born great musicians, such as Sindo Garay, Ñico Saquito, Eliades Ochoa, Compay Segundo, Olga Guillot, just to mention a few.
It is undoubtedly an exceptional city, in which multiple values are combined that allow the visitor to get in touch with the idiosyncrasy of its people, the culture and history of the place, while enjoying the exotic nature.
The most important popular festivals are "El Carnaval Santiaguero", the best in the country and "La Fiesta del Fuego".
The Castle of San Pedro de la Roca, The Ruins of coffee plantations, which are the archaeological landscapes of the first coffee plantations of southeastern Cuba and El Parque Baconao were declared by UNESCO as World Heritage.