Hotel e Gran Hotel

Address: Maceo No. 64 e/ General Gomez e Ignacio, Camaguey, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Maceo No. 64 e/ General Gomez e Ignacio, Camaguey.
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          • Kids pool
          • Adult pool
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          • Swimming pool
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel e Gran Hotel Camaguey

          Reviewed by mmbcross

          Ageing lodging in a fine location

          Reviewed May 29, 2014
          by (22 reviews) Miami Springs , United States Flag of United States

          This elderly grand dame of a hotel is located right on the main pedestrian shopping street of Camaguey within walking distance of practically everything. Rooms tend to be medium to small, somewhat dark with narrow windows sometimes quite difficult to open. Streetside rooms are noisy and interior rooms darker but quieter after the evening entertainment closes down around 23 hrs. Bathrooms are adequate but amenities are sparse, so bring your own shampoo. The top floor restaurant serves good, economic buffet style meals, and there is a underused bar on the rooftop. The management presents free evening entertainment most nights. No security safes in the rooms. If you feel the need, there are individual safes at the front desk.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel e Gran Hotel Camaguey

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          Travel Blogs from Camaguey


          A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 12, 2015

          ... rainstorm drove me indoors. Bit more persistent than the others have been and the awning didn't provide much cover.Dinner was at Restaurant 1800 and buffet style. It's pretty well reviewed and was decent. Had a small bottle of Rum with Karina, Gillian, Anne Marie and Fiona in the hotel lobby as a night cap before ...

          Chapter Seven - Cuba's Countryside

          A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 30, 2014

          2 comments, 36 photos

          ... us fourteen days, with seven days of driving between these two cities.

          The countryside varies between lush green mountains to vast level plains with varied agriculture. We drive on four-lane expressways to narrow winding two-lane country roads. Traffic is sparse.

          You’ll see scenery, beaches, villages and rural homes as seen from through the windows of our motor coach.

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          Carnaval and no tourists

          A travel blog entry by chahan on Jun 29, 2012

          10 photos

          So, I left Trinidad for Camaguey to then find a transport to Santa Lucia where I want to dive with bull sharks Yeah ! I know it will be somehow complkicated to reach Santa Lucia as there are no Via Azul buses going there. There are some buses for Cubans working in the hotels, but these are in principle forbidden for tourist. There is always the possibility to take a cab, which would cost something around 45 cuc. ...


          A travel blog entry by sgaudun on Jan 19, 2012

          ... modelจจ wife permanent resident status in Canada. Patricia got worried!! Not to worry....she is really precious and I will keep her. We had a fantastic lobster dinner at our casa overlooking Plaza Maceo. It really is the people you meet that often make a trip!!

          Holguin and on to Camaguey - the labrynth town!

          A travel blog entry by c-hampden on Jul 11, 2008

          ... best omelette ever! Simple things for simple people, so they say.. Anyway, we got the girls there in plenty of time (just), so Emma you really didn't need to panic hun! After we said our goodbyes (it was emotional), we ended up heading into the Centro Historico with the aid of a demon bicycle jinetero who sorted us out an awesome casa amongst the labrynth of streets! After a kip (Ben had done **** loads of driving) ...