Hotel Porto Santo

Address: Carretera del Aeropuerto, Baracoa, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Carretera del Aeropuerto, Baracoa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Porto Santo Baracoa

      Reviewed by iluv2xplore

      Hotel Porto Santo (Apr 23-25, 2013)

      Reviewed Apr 24, 2013
      by (2 reviews) San Francisco , United States Flag of United States

      We stayed at the Hotel Porto Santo, which is located relatively close to downtown Baracoa. It is a decent hotel (possibly 2.5 stars for American standards) with a magnificent view of the Baracoa Bay. The staff was very accommodating, willing to do whatever necessary to make sure we enjoyed our visit. The hotel was perfect considering all I really cared about for this journey was that I had a decent place to sleep and bathe each day...

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Porto Santo Baracoa

      3.00 of 5 stars Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Baracoa

      Tracking Cuba

      A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 23, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... The Cuban landscape has been a bit misty for most of the day and my binoculars didn't really help. However, towards the end of the day, the coastal hills became clearer. A visit to the Fitness Centre at lunchtime was a novelty. I watched yet another Royal Caribbean cruise ship head towards us, probably en route to its home port of Nassau, which we by-passed. Today's film was '3 Days to Kill' starring Kevin Costner. Whether it's age, feeling totally relaxed or the heat of the sun, ...

      Day 9 of Cuba tour - Baracoa

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... The view was glorious and we walked down into the town from the hotel to the main plaza. I tried to buy a wifi card in the Telecom office as I had detected a network last night and reception told me you had to buy a card in the town. The woman on the desk insisted there was no wifi, although you could by an hour on one of the PCs there. I didn't want to argue with her.
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      The Farms and a Pig Roast

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 06, 2014

      18 photos

      ... is 82 and is a shaman. He was given the land by the government after the "triumph of the revolution" when the land was nationalized and because he had been a worker on the farm. He has 400 trees but had 800 before Hurricane Sandy in 2012. He does not know how much land he has but the home is on a spectacular beach at the headwaters of the Duarbe River and his farm is called Rancho Duarbe. Antonio Maceo began his assault here during the 1898 war ...

      Baracoa, May 28-31

      A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 28, 2013

      36 photos

      ... angry at his girlfriend as she apparently did not want to keep the child and had threatened him to come home immediately. He wanted to leave and let us all alone in Baracoa but we told him that we will not accept. In the meantime he could not even take us back to his home town since we had to pass Santiago and they were faced with Cholera. After me having parasites and Sonja vomiting several times we were not really keen on a Cholera-experience. After a big discussion he then ...

      Baracoa part 2 - let's get political!

      A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jul 03, 2012

      ... he's really in another place.

      You see this broken telephone pole here? This is a symbol of Baracoa."

      As he left us he saluted and gave us the revolutionary slogan "Hasta victoria siempre!" (Always towards victory!)

      One of the other (older) Cubans was asked if he was bothered by us having this conversation. He said no he wasn't, but he didn't normally talk about these things because talking about it didn't change ...