This historical hotel Iberostar Heritage Imperial of 4 stories located in the core of Santiago de Cuba, was one of the first "high buildings" of the city by the time it was built, between 1914 and 1915.
It features 39 rooms in total and a roof top terrace that will for sure become one of the places to visit in Santiago due to the excellent views it offers.
Iberostar Heritage Imperial is only meters from the city´s main square, Parque Céspedes, and on the main commercial artery, Calle Enramadas, which is Santiago de Cuba’s longest street (at this moment) and the one with more business establishments.
Enramadas also connects Plaza de Marte (another important square) with La Alameda (a lovely promenade by Santiago's bay).
On top of its excellent location, within walking distance to most of the city's attractions, the Iberostar Heritage Imperial is now part of the brand Iberostar.
These boutique hotels usually occupy historical buildings that have been brought to life after conscious restorations and have been ¨charmingly¨ furnished and decorated.