Hotel Islazul Port Prince

Posted by on October 24, 2012 in News |

Camaguey is located almost in center of the province of Camaguey, in the confluence of two small rivers Tnima and Hatibonico. It was founded with the title of Villa with the name of Santa Maria of the Port of the Prince, in the place that occupies nowadays from 1528, although it knows that it was constructed 14 years back in the North coast, a point next to the present port of Nuevitas. In 1903 the city takes the present name of Camaguey. Account with a modern circumvallation and the international airport Ignacio Agramonte, one of the best ones of Cuba. It is a city of high values, thus we recommended to first look for quickly a place to him where to lodge, if it has not done what it was advised to him in the previous article.

Next it rests and it comes to visit the city. The hotels available in the area are the Islazul Great Hotel (three stars), the Hotel Islazul Camaguey (two stars), the Islazul Hotel Columbus (two stars), the Islazul Hotel Island of Cuba (two stars), the Islazul Hotel Place (two stars) and the Hotel Islazul Port Prince (two stars). Like Old part of Havana and its system of fortifications, Cienfuegos, the Nose of Santiago of Cuba and Trinidad and the Valley of the Talents, Camaguey, in particular its Urban Historical Center, was declared Patrimony of the Humanity the 2 of February of year 2009. According to prestigious specialists, (Go’mez, L. and cabbage., 2006), this center is the major of Cuba, because it has approximately 10 000 buildings, located in 320 apples, those that occupy an approximated area of 300 hectares. For the lovers of the architecture and the buildings of another time in acceptable state of conservation, a stroll by the city will be unforgettable. Observing the map of the city a peculiar phenomenon in the drawn up one of its streets is observed, something unique not only in Cuba, but also in America: these, as much the habitual streets as the side streets, do not form a regular and harmonic plot, but the same is very winding, interlaced, to way of a labyrinth or like a stoneware broken in multiple pieces.


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