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Hotel Grand Trinidad , Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba
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Hotel Iberostar Grand Trinidad
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The Grand Trinidad Hotel could well be Cuba's finest provincial hotel. Offering a much-needed deluxe option for visitors to this most popular of Cuban colonial cities. The hotel is located in the centre of Trinidad, a jewel of colonial architecture founded in the 16th century and declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1988.

The Iberostar opened in 2006 and has justifiably earned plaudits as a true five-star hotel. The hotel is a conversion of an unassuming, two-story, mint-green 19th-century mansion on the north side of Parque Céspedes. Beyond the front doors, however, and... wow! The lobby, supported by columns, gleams with marble, travertine, and polished hardwoods. Halogens inset in the ceiling bespeak a contemporary styling reflected in the sumptuous furnishings of the atrium lobby lounge graced by wrought-iron railings and a Moorish-style fountain.

Guest rooms recreate the gracious ambiance of yesteryear with their mahogany colonial reproduction furnishings, including four-poster beds and gold, red, and cream color schemes. And the quality mattresses here guarantee a good night's sleep. Bathrooms are clad in gray local marble and have bidets, large walk-in showers and separate marble-topped tubs, marble countertops, and embossed fluffy towels.

Even if you don't stay here, the ritzy restaurant is worth a splurge. The half-moon bar with high stools would do New York proud. There's a games room with large pool table, and the wood-paneled cigar lounge-bar has tempting deep-cushioned seating from which it is hard to escape. And the fancy jewelry store speaks to the kind of clientele who can afford the hotel's stiff pricing. No children are allowed to sully the calm of this genteel place. If you're going to splurge at one place in Cuba, let it be here.
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
Air conditioning
Billiards / pool table
Car rental desk
Conference halls & rooms
Elevators / lifts
Games room
International cuisine
Internet on hotel's PCs
Lobby bar
Mastercard & Visa (not USA bank issued) accepted
Medical services
Money exchange
Old building restored
Reception staff speak Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Restaurant
Safety - uniformed security personnel 24hrs
Shop(s) with basic supplies, souvenirs & gifts
Taxis desk
Telephone - national & international calls
Terrace
Tours & tourist information desk
TV room/bar (international channels & videos)
Details of Standard Room  
Grand Trinidad 36 standard rooms. Adults only (15 and over).
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
Air conditioning
Bathroom (ensuite)
Double bed
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
King size bed
Minibar / Fridge
Satellite TV
Telephone
Terrace or balcony
Twin beds
Details of Junior Suite  
Grand Trinidad has 4 junior suites and are for adults only (15 and over).
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
Air conditioning
Bathroom (ensuite)
Double bed
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
King size bed
Minibar / Fridge
Satellite TV
Telephone
Terrace or balcony
Twin beds
Details of Standard Room with Balcony  
Description and facilities details coming soon.
Details of Standard Park View Room  
Description and facilities details coming soon.
Guide to Trinidad
The best-preserved colonial city in Cuba, in the shadow of the Escambray mountains, Trinidad was not even linked by road to the rest of the country until the 1950s.
Declared a national monument by the Cuban government this city is very much as it was four centuries ago, the beauty of its baroque architecture and cobblestones squares harking back to a bygone era when Trinidad was a key player in the Caribbean slave trade.

There are many interesting things to see (e.g Guamuhaya Archaeological Museum, Plaza Mayor, Church of Santa Ana, Calle Simon Bolivar....) but the most impressive of all Trinidad's many museums is Trinidad Municipal Museum and a visit to the Taller Alfarero, a large ceramics workshop where traditional techniques are still used is also worthwhile.
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