Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Adult pool
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Cubanacan Boutique Chateau Miramar Havana
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The B&B we were staying in was located in the centre of havana, a short walk from the main tourist attractions towards the East. It wasn't the best of areas but we were told Cuba was a safe place and there's not much crime in general. We walked towards the capitol building (the exact centre of the city) which is a copy of the building in America funnily enough. The cars and lorries on the road are mostly old ones from the 50s and 60, and a lot of them are old ...
... beach, Playa Ancon, with the rest of Trinidad's tourists, in an attempt to manage the humid heat. We had a delicious meal at the casa again that evening, which was followed by a salsa dance lesson with the other German couple who were staying there. It was great fun. On Sunday, we headed off to go horse riding (Trinidad itself still relies heavily on horses as a means of transport). We rode through the nearby valley, passed a sugarcane plantation, to a waterfall with a natural ...
... the boys were most impressed with. The view from the ramparts was impressive, as was the displays of items recovered from the ocean depths (including gold and silver currency). Changed accommodation. We walked out of the hotel with our bags and stood there, and said quietly 'Taxi'. ...and they swarmed! We have gone to a place with a pool to give the boys some relief from the heat. The hotel we are in now has played host to a number of famous figures over the ...
... into town. In Cuba there are a couple of ways to travel - either a taxi to yourself or a collectivo taxi. The collectivo taxis are how the locals travel and are much cheaper and a way cooler experience. If you take a taxi yourself across town it's 5 CUC, if you take a collectivo it's 1 CUC per person. Collectivo taxis won't take you exactly where you want to go, they have rough routes they travel along. You ...
... me and kindly take me to their house in Upstate New York, since there are still no direct flights allowed between the USA and Cuba due to continued sanctions from the United States. Following my old tradition, it's now time for my personal summary on Cuba. Here we go...
My personal summary: it's been a great time in Cuba with my brother
The first thing I have to say: It was great to see my brother again after ten months and to spent my time in Cuba with him. ...