Hotel Casa Granda

Location: Santiago de Cuba | Cuba

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

Santiago de Cuba’s flagship hotel, the Hotel Casa Granda is a striking colonial relic which has stood for over a century, merging architectural styles and enjoying stunning views from its terraces of the old squares and cathedral of Santiago de Cuba and the sea and mountains beyond. Elegant and comfortable, this hotel is perfectly placed for enjoying the thriving cultural life of Santiago and taking in its myriad historical curiosities.
Perfect forMaking the most of the lively nightlife, sights and sounds of Santiago de Cuba.
In the knowSantiago de Cuba is renowned for its cultural life and the quality of its music: no less than three of the members of the iconic Buena Vista Social Club hail from here.

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • History & Heritage

Hotel Overview

Where

Overlooking the emblematic Parque Cespedes in the heart of Santiago de Cuba.

Rooms at Hotel Casa Granda

Reflecting the hotel’s classical façade, rooms and suites at Hotel Casa Granda are elegant and simple, traditionally decorated, and supremely comfortable and luxurious. The hotel’s fantastic location in the heart of the city means that you won’t be without a good view, whether of the bustling Parque Cespedes, the city’s stunning colonial buildings, or the sweeping bay.

Food and facilities

Hotel Casa Granda’s restaurant serves up lovingly prepared Cuban Creole and international cuisine in a lovely setting, in the hotel’s terrace roof garden. A lower terrace houses a cozy café & bar, the perfect place to people-watch in the plaza and relax as city life goes by beneath you.

Activities at Hotel Casa Granda

Hotel Casa Granda’s prime central location puts it in easy walking distance of many of Santiago de Cuba’s historical attractions, among them the Catedral de Nuestra Senora de la Asunción, Museo del Carnaval, and the Museo Municipal de Emilio Bacardí – the latter dedicated to the former rum magnate and mayor of Santiago. After a day of sightseeing, there can be few better ways to wind down than with cocktails on the roof terrace, enjoying live Latin music as you watch the sun go down behind the mountains.

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