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About Hotel Islazul Rex
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If you want to stay in a modern, stylish hotel that is well placed for the bars, restaurants and cultural attractions of Santiago de Cuba city, you should consider Hotel Islazul Rex.

Hotel Islazul Rex was redeveloped in 2013 & now combines boutique features with a fabulous location overlooking the famous Plaza de Marte. The hotel has a small, attractive restaurant which serves good breakfasts & evening meals, while its bar also serves snacks.

The 24-hour terrace bar is one of the Rex’s most attractive features and has great views over the park & city of Santiago de Cuba. With this relaxing rooftop oasis in the centre of the city & friendly staff keen to ensure you enjoy your stay, you will find this a great place to unwind with a Mojito.

The Islazul Rex is an attractive, historic hotel in a great central location & its accommodation prices reflect that, though these are likely to come down through market testing. But if you want a great central base for exploring the city by day or night, you will find this one of the most stylish, comfortable choices.
© 2014 Nigel Hunt
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Air conditioning
Busy street
Cafe / snack bar
Historic site
Hotel was recently renovated
Internet by WiFi for your laptop
Lobby bar
Restaurant(s) - à la carte
Rooftop Bar & Terrace
Snacks and drinks 24 hours a day
Details of Standard Room  
Hotel Islazul Rex has 24 standard rooms which are stylishly appointed with modern features such as plasma TVs, as well as air conditioning, phone, wifi internet & safe.
Rooms are very clean & comfortable, though the location of the hotel means that front-facing ones can suffer with noise, though that is to be expected in such a vibrant location & is compensated by the views.
© 2014 Nigel Hunt
Air conditioning
Bathroom (ensuite)
Double bed
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
Internet by WiFi to your PC
Satellite TV
Guide to Santiago de Cuba City
Cuba's second city is hot, hilly and exhausting but at the same time seductively languid. Built on a sequence of hills overlooking a large bay with the Sierra Maestra in the background, it is certainly one of Cuba's most picturesque cities. Its colourful streets sweep up and down steep hills, making walking through the city, although pleasant, a little tiring if done in long stretches.

Santiago City has a singular vibrancy, its predominantly mulatto people, a mix of Spanish, French from Haiti and huge numbers of Africans, are persistently friendly. And their reason for being is music and dance.

Santiago de Cuba has plenty to offer for sightseers, blessed as it is with a host of interesting museums, buildings and places.. including the Moncada Barracks, Emilio Bacardi Museum, The Cathedral, Morro Castle, La Maison and Calle Heredia

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