The Telegrafo Hotel is located in the very center of the city of Bayamo. This two-story building was built in 1925 and has been completely refurbished in 2019. It features 21 rooms.
The hotel's location allows its guests to walk around its streets and most interesting places on foot.
This type of hotel in Cuba classifies as E hotels, which stand out for being small, quiet and with personalized service.
The attractive rooftop terrace is a cozy space for visitors to enjoy a drink, a chat and relax.
The city of Bayamo is considered a historic city in Cuba. It was the second village founded by the Spaniards in 1513, at the time of the colony. Many buildings in the city have the status of National Monument. The Cuban National Anthem was written and sung for the first time in this city, and it was the place where the Cuban independence movement originated.
Here the visitors will find attractive colonial buildings and beautiful streets full of history to walk along.
The city still retains the tradition of horse-drawn cars ( carriages), a symbol of past times.