Hospedaje Villa Rio-Mar: Registered House in Playa La Boca, Cuba
 
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Stay in this small idyllic village by the sea

Villa Rio y Mar is a great place to stay for a night,
a week or longer.  It is located only a 100 metres from the beach and just off the main road 'Calle Real' in La Boca.

Relax on the sunny terrace, experience the tranquil vib of life in a small cuban fishing village, eat delicious /fresh food, on the recently renovated dining terrace and enjoy a good nights sleep.

two rooms each with private bathroom and lots
  of hot water
safe and secure parking 
optional breakfasts and home cooked meals
some English is spoken at Villa Rio-Mar

Contact Us
Villa Rio y Mar - Calle San Jose No. 65
Playa La Boca Trinidad, S.S.
Cuba C-P 62600

Call, text or email. We will try and respond. If you don't hear from us chances are we have received you message and having problems replying.  Please come by.  If we happen to be full
we will certainly try and help you find one of similar quality.

telephone : (41) 99 3108 ask for Nestor
cell: (53) 52 77 0912 - voice message or text
email manresa@nauta.cu

Rates
$ 25  CUC / 1 room /per night

Getting There and Away
Arriving in La Boca from Trinidad
turn right on lane just before Hostal Galleon (see map)
we are near Cooperativa de  Pescadors between the river and Calle Real

We are:
5 kms from Trinidad
2.5 hr taxi ride from Santa Clara
5.0 hr bus ride from Havana
4.0 hr bus ride from Varadero
1.0 hr bus ride from Cienfuegos y Sancti Spiritus

“What is a Casa”?

Casa is the spanish word for house or home.  A"casa particular"/Hostal/Villa is like a bed and breakfast in a private cuban home. Private citizens are permitted to rent out rooms to tourists provided they meet government standards and pay taxes. They can offer lodging and meals. Usually meals at the casa are the best meals around. 

The "casa particular" offers an economical way to experience Cuba while allowing visitors to meet and make contact with the Cuban people in their own environment.  The accommodations are government inspected, clean, comfortable and usually with private bathroom. There are 1000's of Casa particulars available in Cuba.

You may not find all the luxuries that come with the resort life but the warmth and hospitality of the Cuban people will make for an unforgettable visit. Casa owners make you feel at home and provide a very safe and secure environment. Cubans seem very proud of their country and genuinely pleased to have you visit and enjoy what they and their country have to offer.

The best way to contact a casa is by phone and some casa owners have access to sms messaging and email. It is very  important to notify the casa owner if you decide to cancel your reservation.  They depend on you being responsible as most casa owners do not take deposits.

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updated:2014
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