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Hotel El Castillo
You could recline like a colonial-era conquistador in this historic place housed in the hilltop Castillo de Seboruco, except that conquistadors didn't have access to swimming pools, satellite TV or a room maid who folds towels into ships, swans and th...
Nilson Abad Guilaré
Nilson's a real gent who keeps one of the cleanest houses in Cuba. This fantastic self-contained apartment has a huge bathroom, kitchen access and roof terrace with sea views...
Andrés Abella Fernánadez
Comfort reigns in Andrés' proud home, with two large clean-as-a-whistle rooms and a lovely intimate patio (unusual in Baracoa) with relaxing rockers.
Casa Colonial – Gustavo & Yalina
This grand house was built in 1898 by a French sugar baron from Marseille, an esteemed ancestor of the current residents...
Casa Colonial Lucy
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...
Casa Colonial Ykira Mahiquez
Welcoming and hospitable, Ykira is Baracoa's hostess with the mostess and serves a mean dinner made with homegrown herbs. Her cozy house is one block from the cathedral, with a full terrace and mirador with sea views.
Casa Elexey & Dorkis
Upstairs at Elexey and Dorkis' place you'll find two clean nicely furnished rooms flooded with natural light. There's an azulejo -studded terrace with Atlantic views – ideal for a couple of days of lazy relaxation.
1511 is Baracoa's foundation date, and this new place is a landmark too for offering dead-central accommodations with abundant colonial vibe...
Hostal La Habanera
Atmospheric and inviting in a way only Baracoa can muster, La Habanera sits in a restored pastel-pink colonial mansion...
Hotel La Rusa
Russian émigré Magdalena Rovieskuya (aka 'La Rusa') once posted aid to Castro's rebels up in the Sierra Maestra and first came to Baracoa in the 1930s, built a 12-room hotel and became a local celebrity receiving esteemed guests like Errol Flynn, Che ...
Hotel Porto Santo
On the bay where Columbus, allegedly, planted his first cross is this peaceful, well-integrated low-rise hotel. Situated 4km from the town center and 200m from the airport, there are 36 more-than-adequate rooms all within earshot of the sea...
Ina & Alberto
Perched on a hill at the back of town, this place has good views, two terraces and private entry. Alberto is something of a local guide who knows the region like the back of his hand.
Isabel Castro Vilato
Down behind Hotel El Castillo, this green clapboard-and-stone house secretes two massive rooms and a beautiful terrace that would, were it public, be Baracoa's premier plaza.
Rarely is a city's most central casa among its best, but thus have the young hosts made this place: one 2nd-floor room, another on the way and a knockout terrace. And it's all spotless.
Nelsy Borges Teran
The food is better than the room – and the room ain't half bad. You'll have no culinary worries at Nelsy's with plenty of vegetarian options and adventurous desserts...