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Hotel Central

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Hotel Central is a new colonial-style property close to the centre of the town Viñales, in the heart of Cuba's most captivating countryside. 

Hotel Central is a low rise, colonial-style property, situated a short stroll from the centre of Viñales. Opened in December 2017, It has a pleasant white-washed façade with a red tiled roof and shady terrace. Bright shiny floor tiling is offset by traditional dark wood furnishings in the public areas, which include a bar and restaurant on the ground floor and the large windows throughout allow for the passage of cooling breezes. There are a couple of dozen guest rooms, some with slatted doors open to the terrace with one or two queen-sized beds, are also well equipped for Cuba, with TV, desk, hair-dryer and ironing board. There's free parking, but a charge is made for the Wifi in the lobby.

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What our clients say

  • Highlights?: Watching an elderly Cuban couple dancing the salsa at Artex in Santiago. Amazingly beautiful and exciting dance. Unforgetable! Pink classic car cruise in Havana. 'Swimming' in a remote cave…

    MF, London
  • The guides made such a great difference to our underrating of the country. Beautiful and varied country and in a couple of weeks got a real sense of its diversity.…

    GH, Bristol
  • We got engaged at La Guarida in Havana on the second night, so the whole trip is going to be a memorable one for a very long time!

    TO, London
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Horse riding to the waterfall in Trinidad

    CJC,
  • Highlights? The ride in the Vintage American car in Havana, The walking tour with Louis in Havana, Spending time chatting with Sofia on her deck in rocking chairs in Vinales,…

    TW, Glasgow
  • The food was better than we had feared (but they routinely overcook seafood, so stick with chicken) and there was more English spoken than we had expected. Weather was great.…

    PR, Edinburgh
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Carrie
Carrie Gallagher Travel Expert A former JLA tour leader, Carrie brings a wealth of on-the-ground experience to our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours department.

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