Hostal Tuti melds perfectly into the surrounding colonial town with its pastel yellow walls and pretty terracotta, octagonal-tiled floors. Cedar armoires store away belongings and treasures that are found while wandering the UNESCO World Heritage town of Trinidad.
Two bright yellow Caribbean-inspired apartments are located on the first floor of Hostal Tuti and feature a terrace with sun beds to lounge the day away. Relax with a mojito in the courtyard with beach-style furniture, umbrellas, and palms looking up to the blue skies as they sway in the tropical breeze. Enjoy an outdoor breakfast of pastries and mouthwatering mangoes and papaya before a day of exploring the cobblestone streets of this historical colonial town.
Next door is a casual Italian restaurant where guests can perch on bar stools and enjoy lunch or dinner of pasta, sandwiches, and mushroom pizzas. There is also a wide selection of cocktails and coffees for those needing a jolt before wandering through the many museums of Trinidad or hiking through the nearby countryside.
Plaza Carillo, also known as the Parque Cespedes, is just a short walk away and is flanked by the Church of San Francisco de Paula. Founded in 1818, the iron gazebo provides shade for locals stopping to take a seat on the benches and walk through the gardens. Trinidad is a paradise of pastel homes with wrought iron railings, where it is just as common to see vintage cars as it is to see locals riding about town on horseback, bicycle, or in a wooden cart.
Visit one of the local art galleries to get a closer look at interpretations of life in Cuba or visit one of the small shops that sell pottery vases, wind chimes, and local crafts to take back home as a reminder of the trip to this charming town.
This property is hidden away on a quiet road, separated from the busy streets near the Plaza Musica where salsa dancing goes late into the night. Trinidad’s sites are still close to Hotsal Tuti, which makes this the perfect starting point for a truly Cuban experience.Request Information