Pansea Trinidad Cuba Hotel
Restoring beauty, honouring traditions
The Pansea Trinidad enjoys a prime setting just five minutes on foot from the heart of the old city, with views over the Caribbean sea and its beaches. Next to the hotel is “La Popa Iglesia”, Cuba's oldest church.
Trinidad was established by the Conquistadores, and the design of the property reflects the city's history and heritage, evoking the hacienda style, as befits this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
An almost monastic serenity and style will emanate from this
property, with design elements including hardwood, terracotta roof
tiles, waxed floors and wooden furniture. In contrast, the spacious,
sun-drenched balconies and the hotel's views over the rooftops
down to the sea will invite the guest to venture out to discover this
The site is a 5 minutes walk from the heart of this old city offering an ambiance and charm that is difficult to describe. The panorama from the hotel is unique, overlooking the Caribbean sea and its beaches. The Pansea Trinidad will feature 52 suites, with a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. Construction of the hotel is currently under way.
Visiting Trinidad, Cuba
Trinidad offer plenty to see and do, both for the visitor interested in the history and culture of the region, as for those seeking to delve into the modern, local culture.
Whether you head to the town square at night to watch or participate in a salsa dance, watch the street performers at the Casa de la Música or simply stroll through the historic colonial streets, the spirit and history of the town will be evident.
Out of town, the waterfalls at Topes de Collantes are well worth a visit, as is the Ancón peninsula beach, a quick taxi ride away. The nearby caves at Las Cuevas hill - complete with stalagmites and stalactites - can be an enjoyable trip.
Map of the Pansea Trinidad and the Popa Iglesia
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