Finding an ideal quaint small hotel in Remedios does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Cubanacan Mascotte, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning.
In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit.
If you are looking for a good spot to eat nearby, you may want to check out Restaurante La Estancia (0.1 mi), which is within walking distance of Hotel Cubanacan Mascotte.
Should time allow, Iglesia San Juan Bautista de Remedios is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Hotel Cubanacan Mascotte puts the best of Remedios at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We had lunch over here. We were the only guests. But the food was well prepared. We just took a small snack so I can't tell anything about the big dishes. I don't know anything about the rooms because I prefer to stay in a casa because they offer more value for money.
Spent one night in the small town of Remedios as part of Cuba tour. Certainly not a luxury hotel but full of character. High wooden ceilings in the rooms, very high doors for giants . No lift to first floor but staff will carry luggage up for a tip of 1 CUC per person( about 85p). Breakfast was served at the table- a plate of tropical fruit followed by a basket of bread, pastries and a doughnut. After we'd ploughed through this thinking that was it, we were suddenly asked how we would like our eggs! Could manage any more, but maybe a little menu on the table indicating what can be expected might help!
Our group had a warm welcome from a charming lady who spoke good English and told us about the history of the hotel. There is no lift/elevator so the poor man whose job it was to get our suitcases upstairs had to be very strong. I loved my room which overlooked the Plaza but I wished I had one of the back rooms without windows as they got a good night's sleep. Unfortunately, a noisy party kept us all awake until 3.30am so we all came down to breakfast looking like death. The showers were hot and I liked the decor of the room I could not find the control to the air conditioning or the TV but this did not really matter as I was only there overnight. The breakfast was good and the staff very friendly. I don't know how the noise problem can be changed as there are many bars around the Plaza but it's the one opposite the hotel that was the problem. I would stay here again as long as I got a back room away from the noisy street. Remedios is a sweet little town.…
We stayed here as part of a small tour group. Being in Cuba means that the 5 star hotels are really our 3 stars - this one would be lucky to get one star! First problem we encountered was no lift so every bag had to be carried up 38 steep steps. No glass in the windows and carousing in the town square until the early hours means sleep is impossible. Our balcony looked out at the back of a fifty foot illuminated display that had been left up since Christmas. Some of our party were in rooms with no windows - perhaps a blessing! Food was very average compared with other hotels we stayed at during our 3 weeks in Cuba. We were told that the other three hotels in town had all been renovated within the last couple of years - this one looked like it was renovated in 1915 not 2015! Definitely the worst experience of our whole trip.…
This hotel looked lovely downstairs. The bar, seating area and restaurant were good. The food was fine. But I never imagined our hotel bedroom would have only shutters and no glazed windows, facing onto the street with a bar across the road that played loud music until 3.30am. Colonial quaintness is fine but I bet when the hotel was built, the street was quieter in the middle of the night. We stayed in room 1, which was at the corner of the hotel. I seriously contemplated dragging my mattress off my bed and into the lobby area of our room so I could close the door of the bedroom which faced the street. Other guests were disappointed their room had no window, only some kind of air slot high up. The noise we experienced wasn't as bad for them, so they were grateful for the lack of windows in the end. The local festival decorations were still up in the town which blocked our view from the room. The festival itself looks as though it could be an interesting spectacle but I'd definitely not want to stay in this hotel when it's on. The noise would be unbearable. I've stayed in many hotels of varying quality but this had to be the worst night sleep in a very long time. …
The staff are trying their best but this hotel isn't great. We stayed here for one night as part of a Cuba Tour. The stands from the postponed 24th December celebration were still up in the square and we had a great view of the back of one of them from our balcony. The room was dark and the bathroom could be dangerous if you have mobility problems - no handrail and easy to flood as the shower is just in the corner of the room with a shower curtain and no shower tray. Food was ok - we had dinner and breakfast, but toast needs to be 1) toasted and 2) hot, if not warm. And we don't need jam with toast at dinner. Could have been worse - the lady next door to us had no toilet seat in her bathroom. When she told Reception they said "Oh some of the rooms are like that". One last thing - we had a room at the front and the noise from the bar opposite kept us awake until 4 am. You can't close it out as there are just shutters - no windows.…
We five stayed here and found it comfortable with a nice restaurant. The rooms are not fancy, but nice for Cuba. There is a bar, also where you can get CNN. (here we watched the election) The plaza has other restaurants and is pleasant to walk in the evening.
No windows, just wooden shutters that did not fit properly. No wire gauze on windows or mosquito nets. Rooms antiquated. Noise from square ensured sleep was not possible. I have stayed in hotels all over the world and this is the worst I have stayed in. Food served very poor, did not eat.
We did not stay here over night, but had a lovely lunch with fantastic service! The seafood spaghetti was delicious, the waiters absolutely lovely and very welcoming. To people who stayed here and complained later on that the hotel does not have wifi: Don't travel to Cuba.
Beautiful small hotel, if somewhat tired. Old style rooms, of which our first one flooded whilst using the shower!! However moved straight away to new room and hardly caused any disruption. The second room overlooked the town square and was somewhat noisy but only really added to the atmosphere. Some internal rooms have no external windows just shutters onto a corridor. Food was plentiful and well cooked, all waiter service which was efficient and cheerful. Don't expect internet, but who wants it in a location like this.