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In de wonderschone Viñales Vallei wordt het toerisme bewust op kleine schaal gehouden. Er is slechts een handvol hotels in de valei 'op niveau', waaronder La Ermita. Een geweldige plek om te genieten van het uitzicht over de vallei is het terras van het restaurant.
Over La Ermita
La Ermita is bekend vanwege haar spectaculaire uitzicht over de Viñales vallei. Het dorp Viñales is met de auto of voor wie van een stevige wandeling houdt goed te bereiken. De faciliteiten en kamers van het hotel zijn gerangschikt rondom het hart van het hotel: een zwembad met een poolbar, omgeven door goed onderhouden gazons. De kamers beschikken over schaduwrijke balkons waar u heerlijk kunt bijkomen na een inspannende dag.
- rust en natuur
Insiders tipOok in Viñales kunt u genieten van heerlijke Cubaanse specialiteiten in een Paladar (particulier restaurant). Paladar "El Campesino" is een aanrader met een overdekt terras en heerlijke gegrilde kip!
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Verken de omgeving op een typisch Cubaanse manier en boek de paardrijtocht door de Viñales vallei!
Airco, televisie, telefoon, radio, badkamer en balkon of terras.
In de Viñales vallei, op 1 kilometer van het dorpje Viñales.
- Salsa lessen
- Paardrijden (in de omgeving)
Reis naar deze regio tijdens uw rondreis Cuba voor de beroemde Cubaanse sigaren. Hier groeien de beste tabaksplanten in een schitterende omgeving. Blikvangers hier zijn de zogenaamde ‘mojotes’, hoekige heuvels met een platte top die recht uit de aarde opgerezen lijken te zijn. Naast de sigaren komen hier ook bekende Cubaanse muzikanten en beeldend kunstenaars vandaan.
"Without the view this would be one star"
Room: basic but reasonably clean. Hot water, hairdryer, fairly comfortable bed. I had Room 52 which looks over the valley and has fantastic views. Occasional frogs or cockroaches slide under the door but nothing serious. The air con is noisy so bring ear plugs if you are a light sleeper. Security: there is a safe in your room but no key. You have to take valuables to reception and pay a fee for their safe. Food: breakfast was basic but some variety with eggs and omelettes freshly cooked. The papaya is delicious! The dinner menu was disappointing and I recommend finding a restaurant in town. The portions are large [this is usual in Cuba] but stodgy and unappetizing. You have to pay cash after the meal if it is not included â€“ you cannot put it on your room tab. The menu stays the same, lunch and dinner every day. Restaurante el Olivo and La Berenjena in town are both good. It is horrid to have mangy dogs and cats wandering around the restaurant and kitchen area looking for food. And some tourists are feeding them and encouraging them to come back!! the dogs are disgusting and the cats jump on the table to try to grab your food. It happens all over the Western part of the island whenever the eating areas are open-air but if this hotel would just shut the door the dogs at least would be kept out. Currency: it was chaotic at the airport [2 hour wait for our luggage] so no time to change money. The hotel does not change money, and for the first dinner we had to pay in sterling â€“ and the staff were very disgruntled about that even though they did well out of it. Internet access: I did not expect wifi in Cuba but was pleased to see an internet computer in the reception area. I was told that guests could use it for a small fee. However, when I wanted to do so, they told me you needed a card, and they did not sell the cards! You need to get them in town, a couple of kilometres away. You go to the telecoms agency Etecsa. I bought a 5 hour card for 10CUP and it is valid for 30 days so you can use it when you change to another hotel. Access was quite fast [for Cuba]. The bigger hotels will not let you use these universal cards â€“ they have their own wifi systems and charge you a much higher fee to use them. Most of the staff are friendly â€“ some speak some English but others only know a few words. They do their best but need better training [if they get any at all]. They will call a taxi to take you to town but they say 4 or 5 CUC. On the way back I only paid 3CUC â€“ it mounts up quickly if you use the taxi a lot.
"Don't Expect Much - but a Great View"
We went to La Ermita for the afternoon - for a break from the hot Cuban sun. We were excited to hang out for a while to enjoy food, drink and the pool. The only thing that impressed me was the view. They charged me 3 cuc (my 5-year old was free). We were going to eat but the restaurant overlooking the mountain view wasn't open. We swam in the pool reluctantly - there were cigarette butts floating and the water was not a good color. I got changed in the restroom and was eaten alive by mosquitoes. (Don't change in there or cover yourself first with spray). I don't think I would ever stay there - we had such a bad experience just for the day!
"Day didn't using pool facilities"
We were staying in town and took the lovely peaceful walk from town to the hotel along the road. The husk charge 8CUC per person to use the pool facilities, but 7CUC of this can be used at the bar to buy drinks and sandwiches so it's well worth the money! The price does not include towels however, so bring your own. Lovely views over the valley and a really peaceful place to spend an afternoon.
"Gorgeous views and lovely grounds"
We visited La Ermita as part of our Vinales Photo Tour by Discover Vinales. It is beautifully situated with gorgeous views of the valley. Made a very friendly and pleasant impression. Seems like a good place to stay and find some rest.
"Amazing views and very peaceful"
An old hotel with the most beautiful views out over the valley. Watching the sunset from the terrace is a must. The restaurant also has stunning views so try and go there for lunch when the coach groups aren't there and soak up the beauty. The whole place is incredibly peaceful and all you can hear are the birds. Rooms are absolutely fine clean and spacious but not top luxury which is why the Americans think they aren't up to standard (get real this is Cuba) Oddly the food and drink at the hotel is much cheaper than in town. A taxi into town should be 3 cuc. Coming back you may have to haggle. You will need to wear insect repellant in the evening.
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