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Posted April 05, 2004 by publisher in Cuba Hotels

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Havana.- Villa Rancho Hatuey and Hostal del Rijo (Rijo Inn), in central Cuba, are among the establishments most demanded by foreign vacationers arriving in Sancti Spiritus.

Cubanacán S.A. executives in the province pointed out that the two establishments reported more than 3,600 tourists-days during the first two months of 2004.

The natural attractions surrounding Villa Rancho Hatuey and its centric location in respect of the rest of the country are a plus for vacationers who want to visit other regions of the Caribbean Island.

Villa Rancho Hatuey, located in a mountainous area, also benefits from the surrounding exuberant vegetation and tranquil environment.

Hostal del Rijo is located in downtown Sancti Spiritus, in the former mansion of the renowned doctor Don Rudesindo García Rijo.

The inn receives guests from France, Germany, the Netherlands and Great Britain mainly

  1. Follow up post #1 added on April 17, 2004 by MARIA HINES

    MY HUSBAND AND I BEEN TO CUBA SEVERAL TIMES, BEEN IN RANCHO HATUEY FEW TIMES, I WAS BORN IN CABAIGUAN AND WE ALWAYS STOPPED THERE IN OUR WAY TO ANCON BEACH OUR FAVORITE DESTINATION, ONLY 30 MINUTES FRON RANCHO HATUEY, OUR LAST TRIP WAS ON SEP 2003 WE TOOK OU 13 YRO SON AND OUR 7 YRO DAUGHTER AND WE STAY @ TRINIDAD BRISAS DEL MAR AND WE HAD THE BEST VACATION KIDS LOVED IT !!!


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