Casa Colonial Lucy
Lonely Planet review
A perennial favorite, Casa Lucy – which dates from 1840 – has a lovely local character with patios, porches and flowering begonias. There are two rooms as well as terraces here on different levels and the atmosphere is quiet and secluded. Lucy's son can speak four languages and offers salsa lessons and massage.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Colonial Lucy and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Baracoa.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
Interesting places nearby
Centro de Veteranos
Displays photos of those who perished in the 1959 Revolution and in the barely talked-about conflict in Angola.
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
A topic Baracoans lament about pretty frequently is the renovation of their main church. There's been a building on this site since the...
Bust of Hatuey
The town's only cinema is in front of the cathedral. It looks disused but you'll probably find it's open.
Dulcerito la Criolla
This place sells bread, pastries and – when it feels like it – the famous Baracoan chocolate.