|Built in 1943, this hotel is located on a central avenue in the old quarter of Camagüey, the largest on the island (a National Monument) where all the history and culture of earlier times are to be found. It is close to the Ignacio Agramonte Provincial Museum. Spacious and cozy rooms offer views of the avenue; guests can enjoy a relaxing stay here after a pleasant day exploring this city of churches, colonial mansions, streets and pathways. This is a charming city filled with attractions that include the Funda del Catre alley (the narrowest in the country) and a dozen churches that house valuable art collections and religious-funerary customs of the period. There are also very well preserved urban and architectural examples of the Hispanic-Arab style in this city. For those who like to travel distances and to have adventures Camagüey has been beautiful beaches, charming cays and abundant nature. The Puerto Príncipe hotel has a nightclub on the rooftop, from where clients can enjoy wonderful views of the city, both during the day and at night, when they are accompanied by music and singing.