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Hotel Marti , Guantanamo City, Guantanamo, Cuba
Marti Hotel in Guantanamo City
Hotel Marti in Guantanamo City
Marti Hotel Roof Terrace and Bar
Marti Hotel Roof Terrace
Hotel Marti Restaurant, Guantanamo City Centre
Hotel Marti Restaurant
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The Marti Hotel, on Guantanamo City's central squate has been recently (2012) re-modeled and re-opened. The star feature is the roof terrace with bar & views of the city.

There is a restaurant offering both a la carte international food and that that is traditional for the region.
© 2012 Nigel Hunt
Reviewed on 13 Jun 2012 by Jose G from Spain
Hotel un poco justo con las estrellas que tiene. La habitación correcta, le falta una pequeña nevera. Cuando llueve hay un cielo abierto y se moja todo el pasillo para llegar a las habitaciones. He visto alguna que otra cucaracha por la noche en el pasillo. El desayuno correcto y el presonal amable.
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Details of Standard Room  
The Marti Hotel has 21 standard rooms, of which 4 are with single beds & 17 with twin beds; and of the latter, 7 rooms can be made into triples.
© 2012 Nigel Hunt
110 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Minibar / Fridge
Guide to Guantanamo City
Situated 90km east of Santiago and a few kilometres north of the bay of the same name. It has about 208,000 inhabitants and most of them live from producing sugarcane and cotton wool.

Guantanamera ("The girl from Guantanamo") is perhaps the best known Cuban song and that country’s most noted patriotic song. The lyrics are based on the first poem in the collection Simple Verses by Cuban nationalist poet José Martí, adapted by Julian Orban. The music was composed by Fernandez Dias.

The city seems to have two rather unfortunate unofficial emblems. One is a depot crammed with rusting buses that have no fuel, the other is an apartment tower that was to be showcase of efficient, prefabricated architecture.

The main reason to stop in this city is to visit the lookout at the Guantanamo Bay American naval base, which is the last colonial outpost remaining on the island. These days the base is the home to around 7,000 American servicemen. It is a self-sufficient entity with its own TV and radio station , water supply, medical, sports and general recreational facilities.

City life revolves around Parque Marti, a pleasant leafy square shaded by laburnum trees ( glorious in March), and with an attractive golden-coloured church, the Iglesia Parroquial de Santa Catalina. You can’t forget to visit the attractive old houses on Calles Perez and Calixto Garcia.
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