The Hotel del Rijo is a comfortable colonial style hotel, easy to find amid the streets of the ancient Sancti Spiritus dated 1514
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The Hotel del Rijo is a comfortable colonial style hotel, easy to find amid the streets of the ancient Sancti Spiritus dated 1514, it is the fourth village among the first seven founded by the Spaniards in Cuba, and the only one with a Latin name.
The Courtyard of Hotel del Rijo Cathedral View from Hotel del Rijo
It is located at 12 Honorato del Castillo Street, in Sancti Spiritus, 75 miles from the historic city of Trinidad, about 360 miles west from Jose Marti International Airport in Havana City.
During the 19th century, the building was the residence of an illustrious medical doctor, Don Rudesindo Garcia Rijo. After a meticulous reconstruction work the building opened its doors on November 18, 2001 transformed into one of the most attractive buildings in the city.
The majestic facade of the Hotel del Rijo is highlighted by several iron bars and a beautiful nailed wooden great hall door, all decorated in celestial blue with marble-like veins. As valuable as the ceiling and carpentry are the mural paintings and sculptures of the overall decoration.
The Hotel del Rijo has a privileged location. It is perfect for visitors who want to explore this wonderful city, discover its traditions, customs and the genuinely Cuban way of life. Hotel del Rijo has a magnificent view of the Main Parochial Church nearby the bridge on the Yayabo river, both national monuments. Visitors are back in time while they walk through the 19th narrow streets.
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