Hotel Villa Cabo San Antonio

Address: Guanahacabibes Peninsula, Pinar del Rio, 20100, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Guanahacabibes Peninsula, Pinar del Rio.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Cabo San Antonio Pinar del Rio

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Pinar del Rio

        A neat little place

        A travel blog entry by nyukwha on May 13, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... yes, having a drink, or better diner with sunset, at Balcon del Valle with a great view of the not so spectacular mogotes (limestone outcrops) still is one of the most pleasing and relaxing things you can do in Cuba. At least here you are far away from the Cisneros main street in Viñales with its artificial hype. Yes, it’s the tourists that come here, but the food is good and the service impeccable.

        The Víazul bus ...

        Robaina Tobacco Plantation, est 1845

        A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 13, 2014

        20 photos

        ... it cuts through the famed Vuelta Abajo region, one of the most fertile areas in the country and the source of the finest tobacco in the world. There are countlessvegas (tobacco plantations) in this zone, but one, the Alejandro Robaina, has an edge over the rest. While most plantations produce tobacco for one or more of the state-owned cigar ...

        Rum and Cigars - what else?

        A travel blog entry by thearodgers on Dec 21, 2011

        9 photos

        ... a breather, where Lisa lent me some Cuban Pesos (CUP, or "coop"), which is the currency native Cubans use, so I could buy an ice cream. It was really good. And cost about 4 cents (the oddities of using CUP vs CUC). We finally reached our hotel, La Moka, where I fell in love with the building - there was a giant tree in the middle of the floor! Everything was very open, and built around the sturdy trees instead of over them. I liked the design. It was a very nice ...

        "The cave home of Che Guevara ..."

        A travel blog entry by penguinchris on May 03, 2011

        21 photos

        ... pines that Cesar led us. We found our first Olive-capped Warbler within seconds and it put on a good display for us as Cesar impersonated its call, flying between the trees and making sure that we weren’t rivals.

        Cesar had found us all the birds that we wanted to see, so we said our goodbyes and returned to the hotel to get ready for dinner. It was not quite as lively as the previous night, but the food was fine and the wine not bad too.


        Good-bye Cuba

        A travel blog entry by tanja_sean on Mar 01, 2010

        4 photos

        ... variety and stock is usually limited. It’s odd not being able to walk into a shop and buy what you want - or even a substitute for what you want. We had become so used to it that, that that’s what we expected when we went into shops back in Mexico! Even in a restaurant, you often don’t get what you originally wanted because they just don’t have it available! At our Casa’s we generally had the same thing each day, ...

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