Summary

A mid-sized hotel with boutique style and service, La Union is housed in a beautiful example of a neo classical, colonial building in the heart of Cienfuegos - a charming city known as the "Pearl of the South."

La Union fast became popular and hosted notable guests such as Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova (who also visited Havana's Hotel Inglaterra). After the triumph of the revolution, it ceased to operate as a hotel, until 2000, when a major renovation brought it back to life.

Location

Address: Calle 31 esquina A-54, Cienfuegos, Cienfuegos, Cuba

Located in a privileged spot in the city center a stone's throw from Parque Jose Marti, Hotel La Union was founded in 1869, making it one of Cienfuegos' oldest hotels. A colonial building constructed in neoclassical style, it was built on farmland once owned by Don Tomas Terry, a wealthy merchant for whom the city's marvelous theater is named.

Rooms

Standard Room 
The 38 standard rooms are very spacious, comfortable and classically furnished. Each has a balcony and comes equipped with satellite TV, radio, telephone, bathroom with hairdryer, safe-deposit box and mini-bar.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Phone
  • Satellite TV
  • Room Service
  • Hair Dryer
  • Radio
  • Minibar
  • Private Bathroom
  • Power 110V/60Hz
  • Cold hot

Junior Suite Room
The 11 junior suites are similar to the standard rooms in furnishings and decor, but have an extra seating area, making it a suitable triple.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Phone  
  • Satellite TV
  • Room Service  
  • Hair Dryer        
  • Radio
  • Minibar
  • Private Bathroom         
  • Power 110V/60Hz
  • Cold & hot water

Facilities

  • A la Carte Restaurant    
  • Tour Booking Desk
  • Swimming Pool Restaurant      
  • Business desk
  • Roof-top Terrace          
  • 24 hour Reception        
  • Lounge