Rancho San Vicente

Address: Valle de San Vicente Vinales Pinar del Rio Cuba, Vinales, Pinar del Rio, 22400, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Valle de San Vicente Vinales Pinar del Rio Cuba, Vinales, is near Vinales Valley, Guayabita del Pinar Liqueur Factory, and Francisco Donatien Cigar Factory.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRancho San Vicente Vinales

    Reviewed by penguinchris

    Lovely place, lazy staff

    Reviewed May 4, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Shrewsbury, UK , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Not all were lazy of course, but the man who told us that he was out of internet cards and sent us into town to use the local telephone office (though he almost certainly knew it was closed) disappointed us. Also no discount offered even though the swimming pool had no water in it, despite the fact that they make a big thing of the pool in all their literature. The grounds were a delight, though, with chickens pecking around and huge trees between the different chalets.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rancho San Vicente Vinales

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Vinales

    No salsa, no rum, no cigar, no boy, no Cubana

    A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on May 01, 2015

    24 photos

    ... interesting and we tried arrowroot chips here along with the local drink Coco Loco (rum, coconut water, pineapple juice and honey) and another called Guarapiña (pineapple and sugar cane juice). This second tobacco farm was much more informative and interesting being biodynamic and organic plantations. Biodynamic meaning all manual processes where no machinery is used for planting or harvesting. They explained the differences between the quality of leaves ...

    Pandora's Box

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Feb 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... details have been changed to protect the guilty.]

    The second time we used a computer was at the hotel we stayed at in Maria La Gorda, in the far south-west of Cuba. We were finally able to purchase an ETECSA internet card for $6 CUC for an hour. As before, a lot of time was taken up getting past the security questions and this time the “captcha” texts that you have to type into a box to confirm you’re a real person were difficult and ...

    9th nov 13th - ¡Venga Viñales!

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 09, 2013

    8 photos

    ... about the situation, but from talking with yorabi he tells me as if just one day the government decided to ban access to the vinales national park appart from mild walking and horse riding. There apparently wasnt an individual event or problem that triggered the clamp down on access almost as if someone, somewhere a light bulb came on and the green light turned red. If you had just turned up to the valley youd have no idea about the official line, if seen ...

    Tobacco region of Pinar del Rio

    A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on May 14, 2013

    20 photos

    ... and our guide even played some music on hollow stalactites. In comparison with other caves we visited before this one was very spacious and dry - therefore easy to walk around.

    Another day we went hiking with a local guide, who showed us more of the countryside, the tobacco plantations, karst hills as well as two more caves. All along the way we bombarded our guide with questions and he explained more about the way of life in Cuba, its history ...

    Cigar country.. real man country..

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jan 28, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a handful of farmers en tow. There’s a small church and plaza in the town center and a handful of restaurants around, most of which cater to both locals and tourists, a nice change from feeling overly exclusive in some of the places in Havana. We frequented a nice place where you get a basic pasta for about 50 local pesos or 2 bucks.

    The backstreets are a mix of local houses, most of which take that colonnade model and simplify it somewhat. Mostly there’s a ...