Casa Hostal Don Lino


Casa Hostal Don Lino in Trinidad is a home where the environment that clients enjoy is unique according to their experiences: like amazing food, cocktails and drinks, and more. In this house lived the General, Don Lino Perez and Munoz, a famous patriot of the city of Trinidad. The hostess is Mrs. Ileana Martinez, who is a graduate of Hotel and Tourism, and he specialty is the food. She makes delicious vegetarian dishes. They can also teach guests to prepare typical dishes from Cuba and Trinidad. Her husband is Mr. Angel Oscar Diego, who is a grandson of General Don Lino. New pictures

  • Street Camilo Cienfuegos #269 / Francisco Cadahia & Antonio Maceo, Trinidad.
  • +53 41 993261 /


Double Room:
30.00 USD x Night in high season
25.00 USD x Night in low season
Only Accept Triple and Quadruple use in Low Season
For Triple use:
25.00 USD x Night in low season
For Quadruple use:
35.00 USD x Night in low season

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


  • 1 Twin (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)


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  • Traveler's rate

  • 4.82
  • Cleanliness
  • Location
  • Rooms
  • Services
  • Relation Quality-Price
  • Facilities


  • Hot Water
  • 110v / 220v


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


  • Breakfast ($4.00-5.00), Lunch ($8.00-12.00) and Dinner ($8.00-12.00)
  • Laundry service
  • Guide service

Reviews (4)

  • Casa y anfitriones excepcionales by Verena y Axel (Stayed on Mar 01, 2014)

  • Highly recommended by Kblaufenberg (Stayed on Oct 01, 2013)

    Beautiful house and large garden. Angel and Iliana were helpful and kind, with lots of tips and suggestions for our stay in Trinidad. How was the food?
    Excellent! Iliana is a professional cook and Angel puts together a large, fresh breakfast with great coffee. How was the room?
    Very clean and comfortable, open view of the garden, attached private bathroom. Fan and air-conditioner.

  • Angel and his family were very welcoming, despite|n|their limited English, and we were free to come and go as we wanted in this|n|lovely home. It was probably about 10 minutes walk from the historical|n|centre on a paved (not cobbled) road. How was the food? by Fiona (Stayed on Jul 22, 2013)

    The breakfast was|n|amazing, consisting of beautifully prepared fresh fruit, pastries, ham and|n|cheese, eggs, fresh juice and hot drinks - it definitely kept us going for|n|the day. How was the room?
    Spotlessly clean with air conditioning. Had two|n|double beds and en suite bathroom.

  • The host Angel spoke good English and was very welcoming and gave us useful tips. How was the food? by Lucy (Stayed on May 10, 2013)

    We ate breakfast in the casa, which was tasty and very generous - fruit, eggs, pastries, juice etc! How was the room?
    The room had a double bed and single bed, as is common in Cuba. It was clean, secure and light, and opened out on to the courtyard, where we sat and read for a while - very peaceful!