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Hotel La Habanera
What best distinguishes the 3 star hotel La Habanera is its central location, on the main street of Baracoa. For the rest, it is distinguished by its attachment to the colonial style of the city, as well as its air of familiarity.
Very close to La Habanera there are some of the most important tourist sites in the city, such as the House of Culture, the Chocolate Museum, the La Terraza cabaret, the Malecón and some private restaurants and bars.
As for the building itself, it has an attractive façade, a comfortable lobby very typical of the interior cities of the country, and an elegant restaurant with traditional food offers. Likewise, the beautiful wooden doors are striking, the furniture is somewhat retro but comfortable and the ceilings high, which provide a cool temperature for most of the year.
Very close to the hotel is also the cabaret La Terraza, with its disco, which, given its proximity, can be annoying for those who prefer to stay at night in the room. The hotel also has prepaid Internet, national and international telephony, pharmacy, business center and the possibility of renting excursions around the city and the periphery of it.
The 12 rooms are arranged around a central courtyard, very typical of colonial buildings. All come equipped with hot and cold water, air conditioning, telephone, television with a couple of international channels and balcony in some cases.
The reviews about the hotel are more than optimistic, highlighting the excellent value for money and the helpful service of the staff. Undoubtedly, one of the best options to stay in Baracoa.

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