Casa Hostal El Olivo 114


Casa Hostal El Olivo 114 in Trinidad downtown offer two rooms with air conditioning, private bath with cold and hot water 24h, private terraces and nice backyard. Offering to the guest cleaning, tranquility and security. Also gastronomic service and cocktails, Dance lessons, Guide service. The owners are a charming persons and make you feel like in home. New pictures

  • Street Camilo Cienfuegos (Santo Domingo) #114 / Frank Pais (Carmen) & Miguel Calzada (Borrell), Trinidad.
  • +53 41 998222 / Mobile +53 52711800


30.00 USD x N in high season
25.00 USD x N in low season
Low season: May 1 - Jun 30 & Sep 1 - Oct 31


  • 2 Twins (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)


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  • Traveler's rate

  • 4.92
  • Cleanliness
  • Location
  • Rooms
  • Services
  • Relation Quality-Price
  • Facilities


  • Hot Water
  • 110v / 220v


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


  • Breakfast ($4.00), Lunch ($8.00-10.00) and Dinner ($8.00-10.00)
  • Dance lessons
  • Laundry service
  • Guide service

Reviews (7)

  • Good knowledge of English, very kind host. How was the food? by Moerman Jan (Stayed on Nov 04, 2016)

    Excellent breakfast.

  • Friendly and nice place by Anders Hecquet (Stayed on Feb 24, 2016)

    Very nice place with much light and rooms in separate sections. Clean and in good condition. Friendly owner. Breakfast was delicious. Only downside was that room was very hot even aft er a not so hot day. AC made more noise than cool air and as there was no mosquito net in the windows we did not want to sleep with it open. Parking possible in side street for 2 CUC/night.

  • Lovely casa by Margaret Chapman (Stayed on Jan 29, 2016)

    Stayed 3 nights with Pedro and his family. Couldn't have been more helpful. Private room upstairs from family accomodation. Huge house. Made us feel like family. Pedro was very he lpful and speaks excellent English. We didn't have time for breakfast on our last morning as we were leaving very early. Pedro kindly made us sandwiches to take with us on the bus and even took us to the bus station in his own transport (no charge). very kind. How was the food?
    Only had breakfasts - excellent and plentiful. Dinners not offered. How was the room?
    Spacious with double and single bed. very clean. large bathroom. Unfortunately the water pressure was poor so showering was a 'task'Large built in wardrobes and drawers - bonus. Other Comments
    Only 5 min walk to center of town. very safe. Enjoyed our stay thank you.

  • Excellent by Willem (Stayed on Jul 27, 2014)

    Very nice family (Pedro and his wife). We were amused about this casa. Everthing was possible. How was the food?
    good. How was the room?
    clean (bathroom, sheets, towels etc.) Other Comments
    top location to stay.

  • A great Casa, Town and Country by John & Ursula McAleenan (Stayed on Dec 01, 2013)

    We stayed at several Casas. Pedro and his wife and family's casa (because we got to meet them all) was excellent. Greeted with a drink, a tour and a story in excellent english we soon settled into their home. Pedro had a well stocked honesty bar which was frequented prior to leaving for our Salsa sessions. In the morning an excellent breakfast of fruit, eggs, bread, coffee and juice awaited. We had our laundry beautifully done for a very modest sum. How was the food?
    Food was excellent - and plenty of it. How was the room?
    Beds were firm. Air con worked. Extra ante-room for luggage and plenty of hot water. Other Comments
    Pedro cooked lobster - which looked and smelt delicious - for others. Had we known he offered evening meals we would have dined there on the first night.