Location of Punta Piedra Hotel **
The 2-star Punta Piedra Hotel, belonging to the Cubanacan Hotel Chain, is integrated with the Farallón del Caribe Hotel, Punta Piedra and Marea del Portillo Complex. It is located on the Granma Road, km 12½, Marea del Portillo, Pilon Municipality of Granma Province. It is a real option for rest in its rooms. It forms part of the Marea del Portillo Complex which includes the Punta Piedra, Marea del Portillo and Farallon del Caribe hotels.
Services Provided by Punta Piedra Hotel
The “All Inclusive” Punta Piedra Hotel has its own restaurant with buffet table and a varied gastronomic offer. You can also enjoy its 2 bars and the pool. From the hotel, you can also book a variety of excursions. Due to its proximity to the Farallon del Caribe and Marea del Portillo hotels, visitors will be able to take advantage of the complete program offered by the same. The Caribbean Sea and the beach in front of the hotel are a spectacle with incredible colors and new emotions. It offers a program of daily activities, ecological excursions, and water sports. The picturesque village of Tulum is only 4 km away, a fishing village where you will find international restaurants, shops of various types and local handicrafts.
Why visit Punta Piedra Hotel
Just as from the hotels Marea del Portillo and Farallon del Caribe from here you can enjoy an incomparable environment on the Caribbean Sea and in the foothills of the mountains of the Sierra Maestra, giving the resort an incomparable and tropical beauty. The persnal will be at your disposal with the professionalism that characterizes them making them feel safe and satisfying their leisure needs. From this hotel complex you can enjoy other tourist options such as the Cabo Cruz marine terraces system, considered one of the best preserved on the planet.
One of the most notable natural places in the Cuban archipelago is located in the western part of the mountainous region: the Desembarco del Granma National Park, invested with the status of World Heritage in 1999, is the greatest exponent of the marine terraces systems in the world. In addition, there are dozens of sites of archaeological interest, including El Guafe, a collection of caves of ceremonial and funerary uses during the pre-Columbian era.