The boutique Hotel Encanto Royalton is located in the old quarter of Bayamo, just west of Parque Céspedes and dates back to the 1940s. It’s combination of classic-style accommodations and excellent location make it a popular spot for exploring the city.
The history of the city of Bayamo is rooted in rich traditions since the time of its founding in 1513 by Governor Diego Valáquez. It is the birthplace of the National Anthem and the famous Cuban patriot Carlos Manuel de Céspedes. The town was burnt to the ground just before it was taken by the Spanish during the struggle for independence. The first slaves to be freed on the island were given their liberty at a site close to the city.
The hotel offers relatively inexpensive accommodations in 33 air conditioned rooms with satellite TV, radio, telephone, minibar and private bath. Other services include a restaurant, bar, cabaret, safe, parking, currency exchange desk and car rental services.
Address: Antonio Maceo No 53 e/General García & José Palma, Bayamo, Cuba.