Casa La Terraza de Baracoa Rafael y Adis


Casa La Terraza de Baracoa Rafael y Adis is centrally located within walking distance to the cultural and commercial centers and only 500 meters from the cathedral and Casa de la Trova

  • Street Felix Ruenes # 29 / Cespedes and Coroneles Galano, Baracoa
  • +53 21 643441 / Mobile +53 53104984


25.00 USD x N in all seasons
30.00 USD x N in Triple room

Low season: May 1 - Jun 30 & Sep 1 - Oct 31


  • 2 Twins
  • 1 Double + Extra bed) (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)


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  • Traveler's rate

  • 4.91
  • Cleanliness
  • Location
  • Rooms
  • Services
  • Relation Quality-Price
  • Facilities


  • Hot Water
  • 110v / 220v
  • Hair Dryer


  • Air-conditioning + Private Bathroom
  • Private Terrace and/or Garden
  • English spoken


  • Breakfast ($3.00), Lunch ($7.00) and Dinner ($7.00)
  • Spanish lessons
  • Dance lessons
  • Laundry service
  • Guide service


CE_Excelencia 2017

Reviews (25)

  • Casa Terraza proche du centre de Baracoa by Alain et Gillonne Candeau (Stayed on Apr 16, 2016)

  • Overbooked by Clayton Camilleri (Stayed on Mar 16, 2016)

    Booked this casa 7 months before, called 3 days before for confirmation and they put me in another casa. First night was horrible in the casa we were placed but then we complained and they moved us to the owner's son's casa(Edward)(Casa Colonial La Catedral) and luckily that was a very very good casa, one of the best i have been.

  • Perfect holiday place by Andrej Krutak (Stayed on Dec 01, 2014)

    Perfect rooms - many windows that can be open in the night, so you hear the nearby ocean and get a breeze of air. The dining room and terace are also very nice. We had rain half of the time in Baracoa, and the casa made it so much better - it's actually nice to just sit there and read a book
    ) The casa is located a few minutes walk from all main places in the city. Also, it's possible to call a guy who can help you organize trips for the same price as agencies in the city. The owners and maids speak little english, and they try their best to help out with whatever. How was the food?
    Really good (every day different bun type and fruits
    ) ), breakfasts included the local cacao
    ) Also, the fish we had for the dinner was great - not too complicated, but plentiful and tasty. How was the room?
    Probably the most spacious and sunny we had in Cuba. Also, it was turned away from the street, so it was quiet enough even in the mornings. The maids cleaned the rooms daily.

  • Superbe casa (Stayed on Feb 02, 2014)

  • Vale per Maria by Antonio Aquilino (Stayed on Aug 04, 2013)