Hostel Lola is located in the historic center of the city of Trinidad, Cuba. It is a typical elegant colonial house in the early nineteenth century, maintaining its values and the atmosphere of the time it has been recently restored to provide hosting services, bar and restaurant.
The wide distribution of these houses feature enabled locate nine rooms with all the necessary comfort to satisfy the most demanding customers. Taking care of the magic of the room artwork by local artist Yami Martínez exposed. The courtyard becomes social center, where you can enjoy a pleasant atmosphere between colors, shade, tropical vegetation and pleasant climate in a city facing the sea. The old garage was transformed into a small restaurant that offers typical Cuban and regional food for guests and passers-by.
The last family that has inhabited the house descends from the marriage of prominent lawyer Eduardo López Bastida Deustua and Saenz de Buruaga Dolores (Lola), who gives name to the hostel. His heirs also emerged as illustrious figures of the villa and the younger generations continue to honor the family legacy.