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Grand Hotel Trinidad (Iberostar)
The Iberostar Grand Hotel Trinidad is a recently renovated boutique hotel that exudes charm, heritage and taste. Setting the standard for all 'hotels de charme' in Cuba it is ideal for exploring the cobbled streets and architecture of the town, and just a short drive away from the pleasant beaches of Playa Ancon. With a 'no under 15s' policy in place it's also a very quiet hotel, allowing you to enjoy the facilities and excellent friendly service in comfort. Rooms are comfortable and classically styled around an impressive atrium.
Perhaps the best thing about the Grand Hotel Trinidad is its excellent location. If you're looking to explore Trinidad, the Iberostar is a sensible choice, with easy walking access to all the museums, sights, restaurants and nightclubs. That being said, the international cuisine served at the hotel's al a carte restaurant is excellent, and you may have no need to explore beyond that!
The Grand Hotel Trinidad has 40 rooms, four of them junior suites. Every one of these is equipped with the luxuries that the Iberostar brand is known for: air conditioning, safety deposit box, minibar, internet access, satellite TV and room service are available. If you're looking to avoid the rustic feel of many of the island's hotels, the Iberostar in Trinidad is a dash of Western luxury in this tropical paradise.
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Feedback and reviews
We loved this hotel: it's almost a boutique hotel, with a limited number of guest rooms, good food and first rate service. The place to stay in Trinidad, although a swimming pool would make it perfect. Rating 4.5 out of 5 D.M. in February 2010
The accommodation there is sumptuous definitely tied best hotel with Raquel on our trip. The service was friendly, however due to our phenomenally exiting yet mammoth trip from Baracoa to Trinidad that day, we didn't get to enjoy much more than the night service. L.O-W in July 2009