Looking for a place to stay in Santiago de Cuba? Then look no further than San Basilio Hotel, a romantic hotel that brings the best of Santiago de Cuba to your doorstep.
Rooms at San Basilio Hotel offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience.
Breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special.
Nearby landmarks such as Calle Heredia (0.2 mi) and La Alameda (1.0 mi) make San Basilio Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Santiago de Cuba.
Travelers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to St. Pauli. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as Restaurante El Cayo, Restaurante Setos Cuba, or Bendita Farandula.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Diego Velázquez Museum (0.1 mi), Céspedes Park (0.1 mi), and Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at San Basilio Hotel as you experience everything Santiago de Cuba has to offer.
Friendly and helpful stuff, comfortable rooms, great breakfast! A very nice small colonial hotel with a perfect location near Plaza Cespedes in the heart of Santiago de Cuba. Great value for your money. We would book it again!
Recommend by friends this place is lovley to stay scenery is amazing , nice beach the rooms are very large and clean, staff very accommodating try to help where ever they can, it is not far from town centre the food is worth trying lots of different dishes, weather was fairly good as well,
This small, clean, central, well driven place was like a oasis. Only a few block away we met the city noise and pollution caused by traffic. The city lost power a few hours both days we were there, but the small courtyard gave us the a bit of cooler air, which was highly needed.
This is a small hotel that is near the center of town and is quite nicely appointed. The rooms are large with high ceilings. They have all the amenities you'd expect: shampoo, conditioner, lotion, shower caps, umbrellas, a scale (!). It's slightly worn and could do with some minor upgrades but it's clean and the staff is quite lovely. The central lobby is quite nice with high ceilings, nice chairs, and lovely stained glass. The breakfasts are good and quite plentiful.
The reception staff were exceptionally helpful, friendly and accommodating. Marta was particularly charming. The hotel oozes colonial charm with its high ceilings, patio and original features. The large double room we had was well equipped with modern amenities (Sat TV, air conditioning, safe), and had a quality bathroom with unexpectedly good shower and toiletries. Location is fab - short walk to music venues (Artex patio, casa del carnival, etc), main square. Far better then being out in the international area where you need a taxi to get into town proper. Breakfast was good. Fresh fruit and eggs were lovely, though coffee fairly weak.