It's a nice building in moorish style. The entrance costs 2 CUC and it includes a cuba libre in the roof terrace bar.
Such a seriously ornate building. Restaurant downstairs which we didnt try, we just headed up the tiny metal spiral staircase to the roof to have a couple of drinks, listen to a funky band and watch the sun slowly set. Gorgeous place to have a drink with lovely views. Great place to take your time here while you contemplate your... More
Loved the colonial interior of the restaurant and the roof has breathtaking views with tables and a bar. Great place to spend a few hours relaxing with a book and soaking in the ocean bay-side panorama.
We had dinner at Palacio de Valle. Service and food were good, we were served a seafood plate --seafood was fresh and nicely prepared. This restaurant was next to our hotel with wonderful water views. The building is stunning, it alone, is well worth a visit.
Simply outstanding architecture, what a beautiful building, we went there a couple of times during the day and at night, there is a bar on the rooftop and its open until 22:00 with a full Moon, stunning.
The businessman Acisclo Valle began to build his mansion in 1913 and ended it only in 1917. His palace doesn't look like other buildings in Cienfuegos. The city was build by french people in Cuba and its buildings were made in roccoco style, but the Palacio due Valle building looks like a Moroccan style building. This palace is the National... More
One does not expect a Moorish style building on the sea coast in one of Cuba's towns- but this is quite impressive. It's worth climbing to the roof- to get a view of the sea and coast.
You have overlook the years of benign neglect, but this is a beautiful Moorish style building. It is located at the far end of Punta Gorda surrounded on two sides by water. A nice rooftop bar with killer views. It serves as the dinner restaurant for the Hotel Jagua next door. If you make it to Cienfuegos, dinner here is... More
Formerly grand mansion built by a sugar tycoon in 1917. We didn't try the restaurant just went to the top floor for the views and a mojito. Much of the building is still under renovation. Since its building it has undergone a chequered career. Apparently it was once bought as a new home for a casino by the us mafia... More
The Palacio de Valle was built as a home for a very wealthy sugar merchant. It is designed in an Arab/Spanish style and has wonderful views over the city and the ocean from its third storey. Well worth a visit but we were told that the food at the restaurant that now occupies the ground floor is not of the... More
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