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Don Florencio was rebuilt and opened to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the city of Sancti Spiritus boulevard in the heart of the city on Independence Street. Florencio Mendez was enriched in the first two decades of the twentieth century, the economic and social level reached was rebuilding his house for which he hired the master builder Rafael Valero Sancti Spiritus, which he communicated his desire to be something "majestic and unique". The result of that investment is the current newly reconstructed building and staying in one of its wings Store Fragrance "and the Masonic Lodge Sancti Spiritus" and the other the current Don Florencio, eclectic building with two levels, room Hotel Encanto spacious and comfortable. IMPORTANT: Restaurant services, including breakfast, are offered only in the nearby Hotel E Plaza (one block away): Independencia no 2, Norte.

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Accomodation : Bed and Breakfast

Those are approximate prices for the next days, for person per night in double room.


Air Conditioned
Hair Dryer
Security Box
Electricity 110/220
Satellite Television
Available from 23-06-2024
42 $
36 $



Generic Facilities

Money exchange
Safety Protocol Covid 19


Menu Restaurant
Snack Bar


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