The El Marques is located 100 meters to the Cathedral and the Park Agramonte and it is an easy stroll to other squares (Plaza San Juan de Dios and Plaza del Gallo).
Camagüey celebrated in February 2014 her 500th anniversary and she is more beautiful than ever, especially due to the recently restored historic hotels.
The -E- stands for encanto, which means charm. It is a relatively new touristic concept. Old buildings in interesting historical cities are being restored. This way, not only the monumental heritage will be preserved, it also promotes cultural and historical tourism.
Built in 1920, El Marqués stands with its eclectic architectural glory in a quiet street, close to the liveliness of restaurants, theaters, cinemas and galleries. Historic landmarks of this UNESCO World Heritage Site are nearby.
Once the cradles of literary intellectuals rocked here; the native houses of Nicolás Guillén and of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda are only 150 and 350 meters away.
A historic atmosphere and intimate feel with modern facilities. The whole building looks sophisticated. The hallways are prettily tiled with wooden rocking chairs and marble pedestals and planters. Cocktails are mixed in the bar, to be enjoyed on the adjacent patio.