- Reviews: 39
Hotel Royalton: The bells! The bells!
We splashed out on a hotel (instead of a casa) for our one night in Bayamo. The rooms had private bathrooms, fridges, icy aircon (so nice after the heat) and a complete lack of the blackouts which had followed us from town to town.
It would have been perfect had we not been right by the Iglesia Parroquia, from which music chimed on the hour every hour throughout the night, giving an interrupted night's sleep.
Centrally located on the main square, with restaurant and bar attached. Did I mention the aircon and lack of power blackouts already?
- Reviews: 75
Hotel Royalton: Right smack in the middle of town
If you are only going to Bayamo once in your life, then the Hotel Royalton is where to stay, and make sure you ask for the front rooms overlooking the town square. Although twice the price of Casas Particular (private rooms for rent), this hotel puts you right in the middle of the action, overlooking the square where events take place, and artisans sell their wares. At the other end of the square is a very pleasant walking street, where you will find the art school with displays on the walkway. To the west of the hotel is a block off square with the cathedral, and to the east is a roadway to our favourite restaurant "San Salvador", not to be missed.
This is not the Hilton, but a perfectly nice, clean, air-conditioned hotel.
Note - there is no elevator. Stairs may be a problem
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