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Sobre Hotel Cubanacan La Ronda
The small La Ronda Hotel opens onto Parque Céspedes and offers a value-priced budget alternative to the deluxe Iberostar a stone's throw away, while having the advantage of a heart-of-affairs location compared to the similarly priced Hotel Horizontes Las Cuevas up the hill. The concept is fairly simple: take a 19th-century townhouse, fix up the plumbing and install modern bathrooms, give the rest of the building a sprucing and open up to foreign tourists.
Hotel Cubanacan (formerly Islazul) La Ronda is located in the centre of Trinidad which has been declared a world heritage site by the UNESCO. Nearby is the Romantic Museum, the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), the Santa Ana Church the Cantero Palace and much more.
The 17 air-conditioned bedrooms are on two levels opening to an atrium patio with palms and potted plants. The rooms are very spacious and have big bathrooms compared to most private room rentals (the most popular options in Trinidad) in town. The high ceilings and colonial tile floors help keep rooms cool, and those facing south have tall French doors opening to balconies overlooking the lively plaza. Satellite TVs, telephones, small refrigerators, and in-room safes are standard.
The small restaurant and bar here are charming, albeit simple. Continental and criolla meals are served. For a splurge, the ritzy restaurants and bars of the Iberostar Gran Hotel Trinidad are literally a 50-pace stroll away.
The standard rooms (14 twin & 3 with king-size beds) at Hotel La Ronda are well appointed with good bathrooms & quality air conditioning, satellite TV, safe & mini-bar/fridge. Simple but elegant, the rooms are spacious & airy with high ceilings. They are well cleaned by maids who leave astonishingly creative, highly memorable towel art. As might be expected in a boutique hotel, no two rooms are the decorated the same & each has its own name.
A cidade colonial mais preservada em Cuba, na sombra das montanhas de Escambray, não era ligada por estrada ao resto do país até os anos de 1950. Declarada um monumento nacional pelo governo cubano, esta cidade é agora muito melhor que a quatro séculos atrás. A beleza de sua arquitetura barroca e as pedras de suas calçadas, lembram uma era passada quando Trinidad era a principal cidade no comércio escravo Caribenho.
Há muitas coisas interessantes para ver ( por exemplo o Museu Arqueológico de Guamuhaya, a Praça Maior, a Igreja de Santa Ana, a Rua Simon Bolivar....), mas o mais impressionante dos museus de Trinidad é o Museu Municipal de Trinidad. Também vale a pena você visitar o "Taller Alfarero", uma grande oficina de cerâmica onde as técnicas tradicionais ainda são usadas.