Av. Dimitrov y Av. XX Aniversario, Holguín, Holguín, 80100, Cuba
Partially paid for by the Bulgarian government (it's named for a town in Bulgaria), this Soviet-inspired hotel has more than 200 rooms and plenty of amenities, and, quite frankly, looks better from the inside than outside. Rooms are bright and sparkly, but plainly decorated. For a lively atmosphere, head to the pool. For better-than-average Cuban specialties and frequent live-music performances, make a beeline for the main restaurant, Sofia—named after the Bulgarian capital, of course.
- the pool has lively activities
- rates are a bargain
- typical Soviet-era architecture
- not much action going on here
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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