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Top 1 of 1 Casas in Bartolome Maso

Casa Sierra Maestra

Owner: Ulises Ramirez Junco
Place: Bartolome Maso
Address: Santo Domingo(Sierra Maestra),Bartolome Maso,Granma,Cuba
Rooms: 2
Email: casasierramaestra@gmail.com
Phone: +53 23 564491
Mobile: +53 52610846

Ubicada en Santo Domingo, el corazón de la Sierra Maestra, nos encontramos a 200m después del hotel Villa Santo Domingo y a 100 del la Oficina y el Centro de Información del Parque Nacional Turquino cruzando el Río Yara. Le ofrecemos la oportunidad al visitante de estar a solo un paso de visitar La Comandancia General de la Plata o iniciar el ascenso al Pico Real Turquino; las principales atracciones ...

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Top 2 of 2 Hotels in Bartolome Maso

Hotel Islazul Balcon de la Sierra

Hotel Islazul Balcon de la Sierra

Hotel Islazul Balcon de la Sierra is attractive facility that offers visitors a holiday in the midst of the penetrating greenness and fragrance of the Sierra Maestra, Cuba?s most important mountain range.

It is a typical Cuban hotel, distinguished by the natural beauty of its surroundings and its intimacy. It possesses ideal conditions for a nature-contact holiday. Along with the necessary relaxation and the enjoyment of delicious Cuban dishes, the tourist can opt for excursions to nearby places or take walks or tours to admire the surrounding nature.

Hotel Villa Islazul Santo Domingo

Hotel Villa Islazul Santo Domingo

This reclusive hotel sits on the banks of the Yara river, amid forest at the base of the Sierra Maestra, about 15 miles south of Bartolom? Mas?. It\'s pretty much at the end of the road ? just getting here on your own by car has your heart racing on the frighteningly steep hills. The raison d\'etre for visiting is to either hike to Pico Turquino (Cuba\'s highest peak, requiring an overnight on the mountain) or to La Comandancia de la Plata (Fidel Castro\'s guerrilla headquarters, offered as a day hike).

It was renovated around 2002 and today has 20 air-conditioned bungalows. Although no frills, they\'re perfectly clean and appealing and, for those who can\'t abide no TVs, there\'re satellite TV (with fuzzy reception). The rustic thatched restaurant is a tremendous spot beside the river; it has cowhide chairs and farmhouse decor and serves traditional Cuban dishes (when available) and (more reliably) the usual staples, such as friend chicken. It has a small games room to keep you amused on rainy days.