With the recent inauguration of the La Popa hotel, a luxury tourist facility categorized five stars, the historic city of Trinidad, a town founded in the center of Cuba in 1514, broadens its perspectives and seeks to extend its offers of excellence for more tourism demanding. Located on top of a hill, and just above the rubble of an old military hospital and barracks of the Spanish colonial army in the nineteenth century, the new hotel was built, which shares space with the ruins of the Hermitage of Our Lady of the Candelaria from La Popa. A visual tour that takes you from the slopes of the hill of La Vigía, about 180 meters above sea level and where the hotel is located, traveling with your sight on the gable roofs with red tiles, the towers of the churches with their bell towers, the lomerío that surrounds the city that are lost in the calm south sea, in an image of a city that seems stopped in time. This tourist facility has 52 comfortable rooms, distributed in 47 standard doubles, four suites and one with facilities for the disabled.
As a natural viewpoint, from the La Popa hotel you can see a good part of Trinidad, the third town founded on the island by the Spanish colonizers in 1514, located 315 kilometers east of the Cuban capital, and declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco). It also has an adult pool, currency exchange, internet connection, laundry service, international food restaurants, and two bars, among other services.