Hotel Trinidad del Mar Trinidad
Economic-Manual /KIA Picanto
All prices includes: 350 km daily, Free km on rentals of 3 or more days, except Luxury category on which will be free on rentals of 7 or more days. All prices are cuoted in CUC. You will receive your car with full tank and Car Rental Company will charge the tank value at the beginnig of the rentals.
€415 (5 DAYS)KIA Picanto
Economic/Automatic€450 (5 DAYS)Suzuki T/D Jimmy 1.3
Jeep 4x4 T/D/Manual€465 (5 DAYS)Peugeot 208 T/A
Economic/Automatic€510 (5 DAYS)Pegeout 301
Medium-sized/Automatic€510 (5 DAYS)Pegeout 301
Medium-sized/Automatic€540 (5 DAYS)Geely Emgrand EC 820 T/A
Medium High/Automatic€600 (5 DAYS)Geely Emgrand EC 820 T/A
Medium High/Automatic€1325 (5 DAYS)Maxus G10
- Extra possible charges (Payable in Cuba)
- Deposit & Insurance (Payable in Cuba)
When picking up your car a warranty deposit must be made at the rental agency. This amount will be refunded to you at the end of the rental period. The warranty deposit prices may vary between 200.00 CUC and 800.00 CUC. The Car Rental companies offer a single general coverage insurance policy covering all risks, legal responsibility and medical expenses, following the filing of a police report. If you do not take out an insurance policy, you will be required to leave a deposit of 600.00 CUC. The insurance prices may vary between 10.00 CUC and 35.00 CUC a day depending on the car and the rental company in Cuba.The payment for the warranty deposit and the insurance can be made by a credit card not issued by American banks. Credit cards Visa & MasterCard are accepted locally in Cuba.
90.00 CUC daily for a chauffeur max 12 hours per day.
Each additional driver: 3.00 CUC per day.
At least 21 years old. Years of driving experience: One.
Specifics for the model Peugeot 406: you must be over 27 years of age and have a minimum of 3 years of driving experience. Return Tariff
- Return tariff
Out of the province: From 1 to 6 Days is +/-0.15 CUC/km. More than 7 Days is +/-0.10 CUC/km
On the Same Province: +/-0.20 CUC/km.
Drop off at another agency than the agency one picked up the car: 10.00 CUC
The cars must be dropped off at the same hour they will be picked up, an extra will be added for each late hour, till the 4th hour, when the price for a full day (at a grater value than the contracted one) will be added.
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Currency Exchange next to Hotel Trinidad del Mar
Hotel Brisas Trinidad - S.Spíritus Currency Exchange
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Calle Honorato del Castillo esq. a Independencia, Trinidad. Cuba
(5341) 94767 522m
- Hotels next to Trinidad
- Hotel Trinidad del Mar is located in Trinidad
Situated in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, the formerly called Villa de la Santísima Trinidad (Holy Trinity) was founded in 1514 and was one of the first seven villages the Spanish conquistadors founded on the Cuban archipelago. Trinidad, also known as Cuba's Museum City, has the privilege of being one of the country's colonial cities, and has one of the most complete and well-preserved architectural environments in the American continent.
Declared a World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1988, and a must in the conquest of new territories during Spanish colonial times, Trinidad was founded on the banks of the Guaurabo River, where the Spaniards found an aboriginal population that they used as slave labor force, as well as fertile lands and excellent ports to prepare their expeditions. A true treasure containing the most varied wealth, the village expanded in the 16th century, due to the incipient development of the sugar industry, and grew into an urban nucleus of singular iron-wrought railings, beautiful buildings and cobblestone streets. According to history, the site chosen by Conquistador Diego Velázquez to found the village was where the Martí Park is currently located. It was there where the first mass was officiated by Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, under the shadow of a big "jigüe" tree.
Big, comfortable colonial-style houses, palaces where luxury and waste went hand in hand to integrate into Cuban colonial art, turn Trinidad into an undisputable urban and architectural crown jewel. The characteristic decoration of Trinidad's houses is based on neoclassic ornamentation, which is shown in murals, molds, wooden frameworks and beautiful iron-wrought railings. All of these constitute one of the city's major charms. In the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), the central axis of the former village, stands a statue of Terpsichore, the muse of dance and music, accompanied by the singular beauty of the Church of the Holy Trinity, a loyal guardian of valuable religious treasures.
Those treasures include the Christ of Vera Cruz and a marble altar dedicated to the Virgin of Mercy, the only one of its kind in the country. The Santa Ana and Tres Cruces (Three Crosses) squares, the Saint Francis Belfry and many small palaces contribute their unique beauty to the city, where major efforts are made every year to preserve the centennial buildings. Among the most relevant buildings is the Palace of Count Brunet, which houses the Romantic Museum and whose first owner was also linked to the construction of a theater that bore his name, and of the railroad between city and the Port of Casilda.
The museum's 14 halls feature decorative pieces of porcelain and glass, many of which were directly ordered from European manufacturers. Other relevant buildings are the Palace of Cantero, a three-story house with a lookout on top, and the Palace of Borrel, which is famous for the paintings on the walls. A dozen kilometers from the village sits Ancón Beach, whose white sands are bathed by the warm Caribbean Sea, in an environment that invites visitors to practice nautical sports, including scuba diving in some 30 sites.,
The Costasur Hotel, one of the symbols of sun and beach tourism in Trinidad, stands out among the region's hotels. The establishment offers 140 rooms, some of which are Spanish colonial-style bungalows. Another hotel is the 200-room Trinidad del Mar, which covers an area of five hectares and whose architectural style is characterized by arcs, red tiles, squares and cobblestone streets.Not too far from the city's historic center is the Las Cuevas Hotel, named after a group of caves in the hill where it was built over four decades ago and which for. The Ancón Hotel, in the peninsula of the same name, and the María Dolores Villa, where vacationers can enjoy local countryside traditions and stay in air-conditioned cabins, complement Trinidad's infrastructure for leisure