Best hotels and hostels in Artemisa & Mayabeque Provinces

  • Lodging in Las Terrazas

    Hotel Moka

    Cuba’s self-proclaimed ecohotel might not qualify for the four stars it advertises, but who’s arguing? With its trickling fountains, blooming flower garden and resident tree growing through the lobby, Moka certainly aims to integrate with its verdant surroundings. The 26 bright, spacious rooms have fridges, satellite TV and bathtubs with stupendous views (there are blinds for the shy). Equipped with a bar, restaurant, shop, pool and tennis court, the hotel also acts as an information portal for the reserve and can organize everything from hiking to zip lining.

  • Lodging in Las Terrazas

    Cabañas de Río San Juan

    For total seclusion (at night, at least) book one of these 11 strange triangular cabins that perch on stilts above a trimmed lawn 5km south of Las Terrazas community. Your main neighbors are birds and your morning bath – should you desire – is in the natural pools of the adjacent river.

  • Lodging in Las Terrazas

    Hospedaje Villa Duque

    Ecotourism doesn’t have to come at a cost. This farmhouse 2km before the eastern entrance of Las Terrazas has two spick-and-span rooms, a fridge full of beer, a wraparound balcony and farm breakfasts for CUC$5 extra. The fresh country smells come free of charge, too.