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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.   

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • Cuba is a fascinating, beguiling, enchanting, confusing and sometimes challenging country caught in a 60 year timewarp. It is almost as though the clock stopped in 1960. If you can't live without creature comforts you'll find plenty to complain about; if you like a challenge and adventure, thrive on the unexpected, then go quick before it's too late! The only way out of their economic and social chasm is private sector capitalism and it's waiting less than 100 miles away...

    SM, Madrid
  • Most memorable experiences: "a fantastic thunderstorm while dining in La Habana on Friday night, the waiters bending over backwards to please. Conversations with drivers and guides in Spanish (my mother tongue) about the country and being Cuban. Arriving at Viñales and visiting the tobacco farm. The cobbled streets of Trinidad and music at La Trova. The extra walk we organised at Tope de Collantes and the special cocktail provided for my birthday. Staying in the Village at Ensenachos. Visiting the Che museum and mausoleum. Hearing local musicians jamming in a bar in Havana. The warmth and welcome of everybody we met. Wildlife. Cocktails. Trinidad in general. Music. The stunning beach at Ensenachos."

    CB, Swindon
  • The hiking tour above Topes de Collantes lead by Valentine was fantastic. Wonderful sights and sounds lead by an experienced guide with a good sense of humour.

    DM, Edinburgh
  • Highlights: “Freewheeling through Cuba and exploring Old Havana brilliant – as were Maria La Gorda – beautiful spot, unspoilt, simple but perfectly adequate hotel.  Also the people – lovely”.  

    ES, Buntingford
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Hard to say - I love driving in Cuba - and Havana is a great city.

    AH, London
  • Really enjoyed all of it, especially Havana and Trinidad. Loved the music, the atmosphere and the people. Very good walks.

    GG, Diss
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