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Jose A. Peña #75C / Maceo & La Pastora, Remedios.
Casa Hostal San Carlos in Remedios, small and beautifull renewed house, with a chic touch. 6 charming rooms, with most facilities. Private bathrooms (one of then with an small jacuzzi) and superb terrace with unique downtown and square view. Ania and Cecilio, the welcoming hosts, are a perfect companion for your stay. Just wish anything including some trips arranges to Cayo Santa Maria (at 35 min). Special location, close to main Square and El Louvre Cafe. English and Russian spoken.
All infants and children from 0 year to 12 years of age sharing a room with adults are considered free. No additional cost up to a total of 3 children per room accompanying 2 adults. Cots must be directly requested at the House, at no extra cost. In most Houses, there are no cribs available, and infants must share the bed with parents.
The following cancellation policy applies once you have paid for your reservation:
If you cancel your reservation before 31 days of your arrival, we will reimburse you for the amount paid. Less an administrative surcharge equivalent to 3% of this amount, with a minimum of 15 euros. If you cancel your reservation between 30 and 15 days prior to your arrival, we will reimburse you 50% of the amount. If you cancel your reservation within 14 days prior to your arrival date, no refund will be made. The penalty will be 100%.
In the event of unexpected departures that have not been previously negotiated with the Casa Particular, the client is penalized. Billing 100% of the amount paid for said service.
Special Note: More than two Adults in a room, is considered a Triple room. Each adult must pay a supplement of 5 CUC / Night. It is understood by clients all costs derived from transactions or bank transfers in the process of returning any amount.
Founded in 1513 by the Spaniard Vasco Porcallo de Figueroa after the steps of the Adelantado Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar. Although it is known as the Eighth Villa. Some historians claim that it is actually the third oldest Spanish site in Cuba. Only preceded by Baracoa (1511) and Santiago de Cuba (1515). One of the first founding families was Francisco Manso de Contreras. When his son Andrés Antonio Manso de Contreras settled in it, in 1606 with the aim of defending it against pirates and filibusters.
It is located about 5 km from the north coast of Cuba and 10 km by road from Caibarién. In 1980 its historic center was declared a “National Monument”. There you can find several examples of seventeenth-century Spanish architecture in good condition. Its main attraction is the San Juan Bautista Church, which has 13 beautiful altars plated in gold. These altars and other works of art remained camouflaged under layers of paint for several centuries. To prevent their looting by pirates. They were rediscovered gradually between 1944 and 1954. When Eutimio Falla Bonet, a remembered Cuban philanthropist, paid for the reconstruction of the church.
The central plaza Isabel II, or park attached to the main church, was restored in the 1970. The remedianos suffered attacks by pirates in the colonial period. After an attack by El Olonés, the opinions of the villagers regarding their location were divided. Some wanted to move the land inside, while others preferred to stay and confront the pirates. Of those who chose to leave, a group of 37 citizens left San Juan de los Remedios and in June of 1689. They arrived at the place where today the city of Santa Clara is located and fixed residence. Fernando Ortiz Fernández wrote his essay “History of a Cuban Fight against the Demons”. Published in 1959 by the Central University of Las Villas. The filmmaker Tomás Gutiérrez Alea made his film A Cuban Fight against the Demons.
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