Cuba, a major tourist destination in the Caribbean region, holds an impressive natural wealth, including thousands of kilometers of excellent beaches, exuberant nature and a tropical climate.
In addition, true historic treasures can be found throughout the Caribbean Island, especially in centuries-old cities founded by the Spanish conquistadors.
One of those cities is Trinidad, which is located in central Sancti Spiritus province, was declared a World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and is considered a true architectural crown jewel in Cuba.
In addition to its historic and cultural values, the province boasts exuberant nature in the Escambray mountain range, excellent beaches and beautiful sea bottoms, as well as the people's hospitability.
Those interested in visiting the region can choose from several lodging options in small establishments in Trinidad, which was founded in the 16th century.
One of those facilities is the La Ronda Hotel, which is close to the historic heart of Trinidad, a city that experts consider the City-Museum of the Caribbean, since it holds one of the best preserved architectural infrastructure in the American continent.
The hotel, which can be accessed by road, offers 16 rooms equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom, satellite TV, telephone and safety deposit box.
It also offers other services such as a restaurant serving dishes from Cuban and international cuisine, money exchange, medical care, bar, post office and laundry.
The hotel's excellent location allows guests to be at walking distance from hot spots in the city, including the Romantic Museum, the Main Square, the Santa Ana Church and the Cantero Palace.
The region's beautiful attractions are complemented by the Valle de los Ingenios (Sugar Mill Valley), the Guamuhaya mountain range and the Ancón Peninsula, which is an excellent area to practice water sports.
For tourists who wish to enjoy a wide range of local gastronomic options, the city offers several restaurants and recreational centers where they can taste delicious dishes and typical drinks like the so-called "canchánchara".
La Ronda provides personalized services and comfort, and guests can be in direct contact with history, traditions and culture in the former village of the Santísima Trinidad (Holy Trinity).