Islazul Hotel San Juan

Address: Carretera de Siboney, km 1.5 , Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Carretera de Siboney, km 1.5 , Santiago de Cuba.
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      Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

      Santiago de Cuba

      A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 18, 2015

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... br> The lights dimmed, the spotlights shine, leading dancing girls with huge headdresses and very skimpy outfits from the back of the theatre through the audience and onto the stage where both male and female dancers gave a very colourful and foot tapping start to the performance.
      I lost count how many changes of costume there were and the headdresses were quite spectacular, goodness knows how the girls managed to keep them on whilst dancing.
      Throughout ...

      It's a long way to Santiago

      A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 18, 2014

      ... perfect place to find out what happened (from Castro's point of view of course!). This military barracks was the place where the very first attack was unsuccessfully launched by Castro in 1953. After this they fled to the mountains and their base for the next couple of years Sierra Maestra. We had an English speaking guide take us through the exhibition and give us the timeline of all events that occurred from this failed attack to the fall of Santa Clara and the fleeing of ...

      24 degrees and a faint waft of sewage

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 29, 2013

      2 photos

      ... Trova; it was a little dissapointingly full of tourists, so with no locals to request a dance we turned in for the night. The following day we headed out on a revolutionary tour of the area; starting with the local cemetary, second only to Havana and where Jose Martí is buried. Our guide in the cemetary showed us around the various revolutionaries graves, plus a Buena Vista Social Club musician and lastly to the Jose Martí memorial, where we caught the changing of ...

      Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

      A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 27, 2013

      22 photos

      ... had no handle to open the window. That means there was one loose handle to pass around as needed. The display for the speed limit was broken too, so it was driven the way it felt right.

      Kurz vor Santiago machte Roger ein Stop, da es am dreckigen Strassenrand gegrilltes Schwein (Ganzes Schwein) zum Essen gab. Er wollte es uns schmackhaft machen, aber er war erfolglos. So haben wir im Auto gewartet, bis er satt gegessen war. In Santiago angekommen, waren wir geschockt ...

      You can see Haiti and Jamaica on a clear day!

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 11, 2013

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... and there were a variety of acts, which were all fantastic. For our $30, we were each given a bottle of rum, a can of coke and the show. Plus, one does not get thrown out of the venue at the end of the show, like they do here! Instead put on disco-like music, and staff and patrons dance the salsa! It was a pity that the staff outnumbered the patrons, but it was fun. We eventually got back to the hotel at about 1am.
      Wonderful ...