You can't beat this casa. We have been to many casas and this ranks as absolutely superb.
The rooms are beautiful. The beds are comfortable. The people who run it are giving, generous and thoughtful. A bonus is that the hostess Yaime speaks some English, which can really help.
The house is in the colonial style, with high ceilings, elaborate ceiling fixtures and intricate mouldings. Very clean. Towels and soap are provided. The air conditioning is very new and silent. There is a fabulous balcony that overlooks the street, and a covered terrace where meals are served. This is a very well appointed casa. The meals - tons of food, far more than we could eat. Breakfast included an array of fresh tropical fruit, eggs - done how you want - prosciutto, cheese, bread, cake and/or muffins, cafe, with hot milk if you like, a jug of fresh juice, jam...it was overwhelming! They will serve dinner if you like, very generous portions.
The family will help you with whatever you need and are very giving of themselves.
We travelled there as two middle aged Canadians, with our two teenagers. You can not lose with this charming casa.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Two double rooms with all necessary facilities are for rent. It also provides catering services and other complementary services. The hostel has a great location, next to Cespedes Park, in the heart of the city of Trinidad. ... more less