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Hotel Royalton , Bayamo, Granma, Cuba
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The Royalton hotel, built in the ’40s, is right in the heart of the historical centre of Bayamo city. Returning guests testify to the winning combination of its pleasant rooms and excellent cooking.

The town of Bayamo, founded in 1513 by the Adelantado or Captain-General Diego Velázquez, was the cradle of Cuba’s National Anthem and also of Cuban patriot, Carlos Manuel de Cespedes.

The hotel has a restaurant, bar, snack bar, night club, central security box, parking and car rental.
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Air conditioning
Bar
Evening entertainment - cabarets
Money exchange
Restaurant
Snacks and drinks 24 hours a day
Telephone - national & international calls
TV room/bar (international channels & videos)
Details of Standard Room  
The Royalton has 33 air-conditioned rooms with private bath, radio, telephone, mini-bar and satellite TV.
© 2013 Nigel Hunt
Air conditioning
Bathroom (ensuite)
Minibar / Fridge
Radio
Satellite TV
Telephone
Details of Suite  
Description and facilities details coming soon.
Guide to Bayamo
It is the capital of Granma Province. This area was important in the Cuban struggle for freedom and has a wealth of historic places of interest, including the site where Jose Marti was shot, and one of Cuba's greatest national parks, Gran Parque Nacional Sierra Maestra, to the south of Bayamo township.
Bayamo has a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere and makes concessions to tourism. The town is centred around Parque Cespedes which is a delightful, shady park containing long marble benches and statues of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes (called nothing less than the Father of the Nation) and Perucho Figueredo. On the north side of the park is the Ayuntamiento, it was in front of this in 1868 that Cespedes proclaimed independence for Cuba.
On weekend evenings, the square hosts something resembling a large party, with hundred of Bayamese dressed to the nines, socializing and eating rosquitas, the local sweet made of yuca.
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