Hotel America Santa Clara Cuba Hotel America Santa Clara†is located in the center of the Santa Clara City right next to the Leoncio Vidal Park and Cuban monument. Facing one of the most beautiful parks in Cuba, Hotel America is surrounded by buildings of outstanding architectural prominence, along with more modern ones. Outstanding buildings near the Hotel America by Cubanacan are the La Caridad Theater, the Jose Marti Library and the Hotel Santa Clara Libre, amongst others; all lend an inimitable beauty to the city. Hotel America Santa Clara is by the main central plaza square, where the municipal music band plays during the evenings. Guests staying at the Hotel America in Santa Clara can also admire the El Nino de la Bota Infortunada fountain nearby the bust of the benefactor of the city, Marta Abreu de Estevez. Hotel America Santa Clara is near the park which is full of rich history such as the place where Mambi Colonel Leoncio Vidal died fighting against the Spanish in 1896. Ernesto Che Guevara is also a prominent figure of the city. Cubanacan Hotel America Santa Clara is perfect for those wishing to have a central base in order to visit and stroll around this amazing Cuban city. [...]
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Santa Clara is home to a mausoleum in which the remains of Che Guevara and six of his fellow combatants are located. The complete area features a 6.7 meter (22 foot) bronze statue of Che and is referred to locally as the Ernesto Guevara Sculptural Complex. Che Guevara was buried with full military honors on 17 October 1997 after his exhumed remains were discovered in Bolivia and returned to the land in which he remains a national hero of almost [...]
The province of Villa Clara covers a land area of†8,413.13 km2 (3,248.33 sq mi) and an immense stretch of Cuba's popular northern coast incorporating the exotic Jardines del Rey islands of Cayo Las Brujas, Cayo Ensenachos and Cayo Santa Maria. Villa Clara is situated in the central region of the island†flanking with the Atlantic Ocean at the north, Matanzas Province to the west, Sancti Spiritus Province to the east, and Cienfuegos Province on the South. With a population of approximately [...]
Santa Clara was officially founded on July 15, 1689 by just 175 people. Two large families represented 138 of the fledgling town's population. These families had already been living in the area and, consequently, were already owners of land next to the new city. The remaining 37 came from 7 different families, a priest and a governor. All of this final group originated from the coastal city of San Juan de los Remedios and is made†up from†predominantly people who had [...]
Santa Clara certainly has a tumultuous past, being the site of the final decisive battle in the Cuban Revolution in late 1958. It was also the base for two guerrilla columns that attacked the city, one led by Cuba's fallen hero Ernesto Che Guevara and the other led by General Camilo Cienfuegos. Prior to these recent events Santa Clara was a hotbed for corsairs and pirates with the adjoining city of Remedios being under constant attack. In fact the initial [...]
The Santa Clara Libre is a†popular and†well reviewed†hotel directly on Parque Vidal built in 1950s modernist style 10-stories; mint-green high-rise is perfectly located at the main city center square, Parque Vidal and flanked by La Caridad Theater, the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Jose Marti library all right in the center of Santa Clara. The restaurant, located on the top floor, offers delicious Cuban dishes and a beautiful view of the city. An hour's drive to the north will [...]