La Santísima Trinidad, third Villa founded in Cuba by the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuellar in 1514. Trinidad is considered as the museum city of Cuba and the Caribbean.
This ancient city is one of the sites that earned the status of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO together with the Valley of the Sugar Mills in 1988 for all its heritage, natural and historical values.
In this contemplative city, stopped in time, Hostal Betty Saavedra offers you a vast colonial house, located just three blocks from the city center that has two comfortable and spacious rooms, both with air conditioning, minibar, two camera beds in each of them, with capacity for 4 people respectively, bathroom with cold and hot water 24 hours a day and Wifi service in them.
It also has an ecological garden, cozy on two levels, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, traditional drinks from the city and other gastronomic offerings that the client requests and a terrace from where you can see a peculiar view of the city.
We recommend this place as a refuge for rest, also providing a family atmosphere and a service according to your need.
Nearest places of interest:
Museums (Romantic, History, Architecture, Archeology, etc).
Cultural centers (Casa de la Trova, House of Music, La Canchánchara Tavern, Bodeguita del Medio, etc).
Cafes, coffee shops, restaurants.
Banks (CADECA, International Financial, Bank of Credit and Commerce, Popular).
Beaches (Ancón, the best on the south coast of Cuba).
Tourism agencies (Cubatur, Cubanacan, Havanatur, Paradise).