Guantanamo, the most eastern and mountainous provinces of the country is the only place in Cuba where you can find semi-desert areas. Its proximity to Haiti and a large number of immigrants from Jamaica have contributed to a distinctly different culture from what you’ll experience in for example the central or western parts of the island.
Baracoa is one of Cuba’s most intriguing destinations for its remote location, unique identity and captivating natural scenery. Staying at the Porto Santo puts all of this at your disposal, plus a lovely small beach.
One of Cuba’s most unique hotel properties in one of the country’s most hospitable and endearing towns, El Castillo (The Castle) dates from the mid-18th century. The views alone make guests feel like royalty.
Guantánamo, in Cuba’s eastern region, has never been a huge tourist destination, despite having some singular historical and natural sights. Perhaps this new hotel accommodation, in the center of town, will help attract more visitors.
Baracoa is a unique seaside village beloved by Cuban and foreign visitors alike. Checking into La Habanera, a small, charming guesthouse with only 10 rooms, feels like coming home and is a great base for exploring this singular town.
Baracoa is one of those destinations that’s hard to reach, but even harder to leave. The charm and hospitality of this seaside village is infectious and a good place to catch the bug is in Hostal 1511 – in the heart of Baracoa.
The Hotel La Rusa was named after a glamorous, and mysterious Russian woman known as "La Rusa". The hotel is also classed as an historical monument for its history, and is located on Baracoa’s sea road, the Malecón.
Faro de Maisí Hotel, built on the foundations of the former La Asunción Hotel; is the pride of the inhabitants of La Asuncion, a small town in the south of Maisí, the most eastern municipality of Cuba. Recommended for adventurers and nature lovers interested in discovering places out of the beaten track.