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Hotel Casa Granda , Santiago de Cuba City, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Casa Granda Hotel, Ciudad de Santiago de Cuba
Hotel Casa Granda 1914 Bar
Cubanacan Casa Granda By Night
Hotel Casa Granda By Night
Hotel Casa Granda Standard Room
Casa Granda Double Room
Terrace At Hotel Casa Granda
Casa Granda Hotel Terrace
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About Hotel Cubanacan Casa Granda
Cubanacan
City Centre Hotels
Historic Hotels
If you want great views & the attractions of central Santiago de Cuba on your doorstep, you should stay at Hotel Cubanacan Casa Granda – particularly if you enjoy lively nightlife. However, this hotel should also appeal to anyone who enjoys lazy afternoons in the sun watching people pass by.

The colonial Casa Granda is the most striking hotel in the area, despite an exterior that blends architectural styles. Arguably the greatest assets of this century-old building are the stunning views provided from its roof & ground floor terrace, which overlooks the square so is perfect for people-watchers. These are great places to enjoy food, drink & music. Meals on the roof terrace are a perfect way to enjoy balmy evenings, with magnificent views of the cathedral, sea & mountains beyond. There can also be few more serene experiences than watching the sun go down beyond the mountains, drinking cocktails & listening to live Latin music.

Hotel Casa Granda’s bars serve good drinks & snacks, while its restaurant provides quality international & Creole cuisine, served by attentive & very friendly staff. Its location also means you won’t struggle for choice nearby, not only for food & drink but also in the wealth of attractions & entertainment by day & night. The streets can be noisy with salsa music well into the early hours so this hotel would not suit light sleepers.

Casa Granda is a great choice if you want to experience everything Santiago de Cuba has to offer, particularly if you want to enjoy the vibrant city’s nightlife. Those wanting easy access to its cultural attractions should also enjoy this stately old hotel, though shorter stays are recommended for those with low tolerance to noise.

Hotel Cubancan Casa Granda was previously known as Hotel Gran Caribe Casagranda.

© 2015 Nigel Hunt
Reviewed on 22 May 2011 by Dr.Siegfried R from Germany
reception very good,the restaurant is very bad(breakfast)very dirty;the turist get zhe bread of yesterday and the worker takes the new bread.the stewards and also the cook don`t like to work.mostly they eat the turists breakfast.<br>the elevator is 2 years broken.<br>the rooms are ok
Average rating from 1 review(s) of this hotel
Air conditioning
Bar
Car rental desk
Conference halls & rooms
Disabled facilities
Elevators / lifts
International cuisine
Mastercard & Visa (not USA bank issued) accepted
Medical services
Money exchange
Old building restored
Post office
Reception staff speak Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Restaurant
Safety - uniformed security personnel 24hrs
Shop(s) with basic supplies, souvenirs & gifts
Telephone - national & international calls
Tours & tourist information desk
TV room/bar (international channels & videos)
Voltage 220/240
Details of Standard Room  
Hotel Casa Granda’s standard rooms have a fridge, satellite TV & good air-conditioning. They are clean, tastefully decorated & generally well maintained, with maids frequently leaving charming towel art. The rooms are comfortable but the exterior noise by day & particularly at night should be taken into account by light sleepers when booking.
© 2015 Nigel Hunt
220 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Baby's cot (on request)
Bathroom (ensuite)
Disabled facilities
Double bed
Hair-dryer
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
King size bed
Minibar / Fridge
Satellite TV
Telephone
Twin beds
Details of Junior Suite  
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Details of Standard Superior Room  
Description and facilities details coming soon.
Guide to Santiago de Cuba City
Cuba's second city is hot, hilly and exhausting but at the same time seductively languid. Built on a sequence of hills overlooking a large bay with the Sierra Maestra in the background, it is certainly one of Cuba's most picturesque cities. Its colourful streets sweep up and down steep hills, making walking through the city, although pleasant, a little tiring if done in long stretches.



Santiago City has a singular vibrancy, its predominantly mulatto people, a mix of Spanish, French from Haiti and huge numbers of Africans, are persistently friendly. And their reason for being is music and dance.



Santiago de Cuba has plenty to offer for sightseers, blessed as it is with a host of interesting museums, buildings and places.. including the Moncada Barracks, Emilio Bacardi Museum, The Cathedral, Morro Castle, La Maison and Calle Heredia

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