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Casa Maria Eugenia: Really a great colonial house

We really had a great time in this big colonial house.
We got a douple room with air condition and fan, fridge(finally it was full of beers, sprites and water and not empty like in the other casas) and private bathroom.
Rocking chairs all around the casa where you could have a nap, read the local newspaper, listen to music or whatever.
Owners are really kind people that even gave us some gifts before leaving and so avoided me to go around the town to look for souvenirs for friends and relatives.
The room was 25 cuc per njight and breakfats was 4 cuc, more expensive than average but really huge.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written May 30, 2008
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  • TravellingSpirit profile photo TravellingSpirit
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Casa de Nenita: A real home from home

This casa particular is right in the centre of Trinidad and Nenita is lovely as well as being a very good cook. I didn't stay here but my friend and my brother did and they both loved it and I ate here and can confirm that she is a very good cook. This is where I will stay when I go back to Trinidad.

The rooms are comfortable and there is a flush toilet and shower.

Nenita doesn't speak much English, but there is usually someone about who does and my brother managed fine staying there when he speaks no Spanish. The email address I have given below is for a friend of Nenita's, Jesús, who speaks excellent English. If you phone the number given from outside Cuba you need to precede with whatever the code for Cuba is in your country (probably 0053) and then drop the first '01', but only phone if your Spanish is good, other wise email Jesús.

This house is one part of Trinidad that I am very glad I found.

Cost per night was $25 (25 CUC)

Wonderful hospitality and a chance to meet some lovely Cuban people. It's central location is a real bonus.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written December 27, 2006
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Private homes: Stay at someone's home

As everywhere else in Cuba, hotels are expensive and not necessarily any good. Try a B&B in someone's home for the best hospitality and get to know the place and its people.
We were given someone's number in Havana for Trinidad, and phoned and booked. When we arrived at the Trinidad bus station, boy were there touts! So, our chap picked us up, ignoring the touts, and he happened to have no room in his house, but his uncle did, so we had a lovely B&B.

Getting to know the real Cuba and staying in some grand and beautiful colonial houses.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written June 4, 2003

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  • florry profile photo florry
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Azalea polo and Alfredo ugando: casa particular

I stayed only for 2 nights in this casa. The people are very friendly and give you a good breakfast and dinner. the room is a bit noisy just next to a busy street and the you can hear everything in the house. but that didnt stop me from sleeping good.

Very near to plaza manor

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Music
  • Written February 2, 2005
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many of them: Casas particulares

There are many different particular houses where to stay, some more comfortable than others, some cheaper, some more expensive. Depends of the service you get and how near you're from the center of the town. The common thing is the charm of the people and they willingness to help you and show the beatfull places in Trinidad. But don't ever forget that every where there are people trying to take some advantage from you so e carefull with your things, money, cameras, bags and other things.

Almost all the houses ofr no more than 5-7 bucks include breakfast and typical cuban dinner, black beans, rice and porc.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Museum Visits, Hiking and Walking, Architecture
  • Written October 3, 2003
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Casa Grande: Great colonial houses (2)

Like most of the guesthouses in Trinidad is Casa Grande also a colonial house, with big cool rooms and a big yard.

But especially the rocking chairs, I loved those.

On the picture you can see our washing on the line. The houses are big enough to get in with a group of 8 people.

A big inner space where you can relax in a rocking chair. Hmmmmm I'm dreaming again.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written May 17, 2003
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Casa Julio Bastida: Most beautiful view!!

Casa Julio Bastida is one of the most unique and beautiful houses we've ever had the chance to stay in. The two-story house, built in 1830, has two rooms available for rent. We stayed in what I assume is the biggest of the two, with its own balcony and washroom. The room featured 2 antique wrought iron beds, air conditioning, and was so breezy and open, having a huge window and barn-style door leading open-air on to the private balcony and the busy residential street below.

Coming from a culture with heat-sealed windows and winter 6-months of the year, waking up to the soft breeze through the window, having that rich Cuban coffee on the terrace in my pyjamas while the sun pokes up over the mountains was the experience I needed to have.

The hosts were really great. Within the first 10 minutes of arriving they had already given us a great map, water, and suggestions on where to eat. One of the nights we were there they hooked us up with a home-cooked Cuban meal and a discussion about local issues. We got the Cuba that Havana just couldn't give us.

The view from the private balcony is amazing. They also have a terrace on the roof from which you can get some incredible views (and pictures) of Trinidad.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written November 25, 2007
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Casa particular

Trinidad has so many casa particular, there is no need to arrange one in advance. There is a great one which is located right next to the casa de la musica. It is run by a man and his mother. Unfortunately I can’t rember the name of the casa. You can always pass by and check out if there is a room available. The house is big and the location is absolutely perfect. That is if you don’t mind waking up from the sounds of the congas next door! In the morning your hosts makes sure you have a good breakfast at whatever time you wish. There is also the possibility of eating dinner of lunch at your casa. The owner seems to insists strongly on that.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written January 10, 2007

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Mimi Montalvan: Casa Particular ...

It’s a lovely family… you get your own room and bathroom at the house’s backyard, it’s quite private. They will always offer you to cook for you… for what I paid 5 CUC for dinner, and 2.50 CUC for breakfast.

The house is in the old town… blocks from the main square, the post office and pretty much… everything!

When I stayed here… I paid 15 CUC, but I understand that if you go on the high season… it’s usually more expensive.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 8, 2007

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Casa Grande: Great Colonial houses

Like most of the guesthouses in Trinidad is Casa Grande also a colonial house, with big cool rooms and a big yard.

These big colonial houses can host up a big group, we were with 8 people and it was on problem for us to stay all at the same place.

It gives you also an good impression about the colonial times and the big inner space is ideal to relax or hang the laundry.

But especially I have to mention the rocking chairs, I loved those.

A big inner space where you can relax in a nice rocking chair.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written May 17, 2003
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Casa Grande, Trinidad


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Casa Vivian, Trinidad.: Nice casa but.....

We had to stay here for two nights as we came back a little early to Trinidad. Vivian is a cousin of Beatriz from the Casa Font but unfortunately doesn't have the same culinary skills, although she is very welcoming and open. The casa is pleasant enough with a large airy sitting room and a patio too. The bedroom is big enough with a small bathroom en-suite. This is perfectly OK as a fall-back if the Casa Font is full and go out to dinner in the evening.
As it is in the same street as the other it is very close to the markets and the main attractions of Trinidad, including the Viazul bus depot 100 metres away.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written April 27, 2015
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Casa Dr.Meyer: I saw a nice old house

I didn’t stay there but it looks very nice. Very old building, clean and pretty. Very close to bus station.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written December 14, 2010
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CASA CANTERO: ONE OF MANY CASAS PARTICULARES

This cas on ruben martinez villena street is very central; about 15 minutes walk from the viazul bus station.
There are two rooms, with private bathroom,good breakfast is served in the kitchen so you enjoy the family life.
A bout for generations are living in this house.
Migdalia, the owner, is very helpfull and maybe waiting for you on your arrival at the bus station.

Enjoy the view of the city on the roof of the house.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Photography, Archeology
  • Written March 31, 2013
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Hotel Costasur: Hotel on the Ancon peninsula

A budget Horizontes hotel with a nice little beach, pool, beach bar, night entertainment, restarants, small shop. Mostly Canadian and Spanish tourists.

The hotel itself is nothing special, but the location is perfect , the water of the Caribbean sea is so smooth and the restaurant at the end of he beach offers excellent pizza (I know it's not Cuban food, but I don't like meat and rice so much, so after a while it was a very welcome change).

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Historical Travel
  • Written October 2, 2003
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  • Reviews: 10

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Hostal Ana: Great Casa

Ana and Raoul are extremely friendly and welcoming. Raoul is a bar tender at a hotel at the beach so has a good grasp of english. Ana only speaks Spanish but we had no problem communicating with her.

They offer a clean room upstairs with a double bed and single bed that is fan cooled and has a remote control colour TV. The room has its own clean and modern bathroom with shower and toilet.

Ana can provide meals such as breakfast 3-4 cuc and dinner 8 cuc for chicken, pork & fish and 10 cuc for shrimp. If Ana offers you a bottle of wine for dinner I advise you pass this up as it is expensive and tastes like vinegar. Ana will also do your washing.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Music, Arts and Culture, Historical Travel
  • Written February 8, 2006
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