Formed by two hotels: Porto Santo Hotel and El Castillo Hotel.
Porto Santo was the name given by Admiral Christopher Columbus to Baracoa. From the hotel, you can tour the mountains, admire La Farola viaduct or go on a trip in "cayucas" on the Toa river. It is only half a kilometer away from Baracoa's airport.
The El Castillo Hotel is located in the city of Baracoa - the first village founded in Cuba by the Spanish conquistadors - and is housed in the fortress of Seboruco de Santa Bárbara, which was built by the Spaniards in colonial times. It is just a few kilometers away from the city's airport. Its tavern-bar is also a lookout from where guests can have a beautiful view of the bay and the Miel (Honey) River, while the unique attraction of Yunque de Baracoa can be seen from the back of the building. The establishment benefits from the fact that the city was the first archbishopric of the Island and is an excellent place to enjoy nature tourism and learn about aboriginal culture.
Bar, Cafeteria, Game Arcade, Grill, Medical Services, Money Exchange, Scooter Hire, Parking, Restaurant, Swimming Pool, Taxi, Information Bureau, Hotel Shop, Entertainment Program, Car Hire, Fax/Email Services, Laundry Services, Post Office
110 v Power Surge, Air Conditioner, Balcony or Terrace, Bathroom, Cable TV, Fridge, Radio, Safe Box, Telephone, 220v Power Surge, Mini-Bar