Casa Hostal Rogelio Inchauspi in Trinidad, an amazing house located two blocks from the Plaza Mayor, in a historical area. It has tall ceilings, wooden floors and beautiful old iron beds, nice view from the roof. We offer fresh and spacious three bedrooms, both with separate bathrooms and hot and cold water 24 hours. Security and privacy is guaranteed. New pictures
- Street Simon Bolivar #312, / Jose Marti & Antonio Maceo. Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus.
- +53 41 994107
BEST PRICE (PER ROOM PER NIGHT)
45.00 CUC x Night in all seasons
For Triple use:
55.00 CUC x Night in all seasons
For Quadruple Room:
65.00 CUC x Night in all seasons
- 1 Double
- 2 Twins (PAX per room depend of Casa rules)
- Relation Quality-Price5.00
- Hot Water
- 110v / 220v
- Air-conditioning + Private Bathroom
- Private Terrace and/or Garden
- English spoken
- Breakfast ($5.00), Lunch ($8.00-15.00) and Dinner ($8.00-15.00)
- Laundry service
Realy good location and room by Celina (Stayed on Aug 16, 2013)
The ocation is really great. It is in the middle of the centre en nearby the busstation. How was the food?
Breakfast was oke with lovely pancakes. How was the room?
the room is in old style with a private bathroom.
The best by Francesca (Stayed on Aug 12, 2013)
The house is a real colonial house. Rogelio and his wife are fantastic. Very helpful and careful to the needs of their guests. How was the food?
We had only breakfast and it was very good. How was the room?
Very cleaned and well furnished. Other Comments
Wonderful casa by Andrea Wilke (Stayed on Mar 31, 2013)
A beautiful Casa by Mourey (Stayed on Mar 19, 2013)
A nice welcome in this colonial Casa very typical and nicely furnished with a beautiful terrace with a most beautiful view on the towm. How was the food?
no diner available but very nice breakfasts in a small interior garden. How was the room?
very nice spacious and clean.
Over the Rooftops of old Trinidad by Juliane
This casa was recommended to us by a friend a we did well following the advice. It is in a historical building, which used to be the Spanish Consulate. All rooms are very big and comfortable with original colonial furniture. It seems like sleeping in a museum. Both rooms have a bathroom with hot shower and the facilities are very clean. Our personal highlight was enjoying the sunset from the huge rooftop terrace with view over old Trinidad down to the sea.