Hostal 1511 has a splendid location in the center of the colonial city of Baracoa the first town founded in Cuba in 1511 by Diego Vel�zquez it is very close to the main and most interesting places in this part of the city as the catholic church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Baracoa which preserves the only Cruz de Parra planted by Christopher Columbus in Cuba. The hostel is located in a prime position close to the historical center of the city of Baracoa. It provides accommodation and catering on demand. The hotel has 15 rooms spread over two blocks in a two-story building each room has a maximum capacity of two people. Its remote location in the extreme of eastern Cuba has kept a very low influence of mass tourism despite the idyllic location of this place. Baracoa can be reached by bus or car from Santiago de Cuba by the famous La Farola road or by plane from Havana. **Direct payment reservations will be debited in the local currency at the current exchange rate.
- Shared Bathroom