Horizontes Villa Guama
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHorizontes Villa Guama Matanzas
This is a good place to stay one night in the area but there is literally nothing to do at that hotel and transportation to and from there are limited (only by boat at limited frequency). It is a good place to arrive in the late afternoon, relax in the evening and leave in the morning after taking the rowing boat tour to see the sunshine.
Bungalows are clean but comfort is minimal, food at the restaurant is good.
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Nous prenons le bus direct de la Cubanacan reliant Viñales à Trinidad et nous arrêtons à Jaguey Grande. Nous sommes les seuls à descendre, bien que le bus soit plein. Nous avons réservé deux nuits à l'hôtel Villa Guam. Il est constitué de bungalows construits sur l'eau au milieu des marais, tout pr …
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