About this listing
-Run by Julio Muñoz and Rosa Orbea (english speaking), Casa particular Muñoz is a colonial house built in 1800 that has retained its original style and antique furniture (featured in National Geographic magazine October 1999, page 102
*The price listed includes just breakfast.
*Casa Muñoz rent 2 rooms more(URL HIDDEN)Standard Room #1: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8372363
Standard Room #2: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8372351
The Room Suite has 2 levels, recently renovated, keeping the colonial style, it has:
- 2 double beds in the first level.
-1 king size bed in the second level.
- 1 full bathroom in the first level.
-1 smaller bathroom in the second level (just sink and toilet, NOT shower).
-Air conditioning (in each level).
-Electric Fans (in each level).
-110 volts and 220 volts.
Patio, Terraces (2), Sitting Rooms (3), Parking
Interaction with guests
-Casa Muñoz is a huge colonial house; the guest's rooms are located in the first half of the house and the family's rooms in the second half; so the guest can enjoy their own privacy or go to the family area when want to meet the family.
Other things to note
-After your activities you can relax in this lovely home, in the courtyard with garden or on the roof terrace with a magnificent view of Trinidad and surrounding mountains.
-Safe parking area.
-You will stay with the english spoken family of Julio and Rosa Muñoz, their daughters Maria (22, architect) and Carmen (14, high school).
Munoz's family love animals; you can enjoy the company of Hedwy and Cloe the dogs.
-Julio is a "horse whisperer" and has a project for help the horses (Diana Project). He also offers horseback riding excursions to the mountian, valley, waterfalls, etc.
-Julio is also a professional documentary photographer and offers lectures and photography workshops.
-Casa Muñoz is a popular place for cultural exchanges. It is used by "contact people to people" groups from USA and as a "Camp Base" for photographers and filmmakers
-More about us in these TV documentaries, newpapers and magazines: SF TV , Nat Geo , Wanderlust ,Los Angeles Times , Cuba Absolutely, Toronto Star, Reader's Digest, Echappees Belles TV,Horse Canada,Cuban Soul
-IMPORTANT: You must bring your original passport and tourist visa, NOT photocopies, as these cannot be accepted at casas.
-Please note that Casa Muñoz is a family run accommodation. Sex tourism is prohibited.
-Casa Muñoz is a no-smoking casa particular.
-Our dogs are well behaved and clean. However Casa Muñoz isn't recommended for those afraid of dogs or allergic to animals.
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Julio is electronic engineer by profession, Horse Whisperer and Photographer.
His wife Rosa is graduated in Hoteleria y Turismo.
Casa Muñoz is a popular place for cultural exchanges. It is used by "contact people to people" groups from USA and as a "Camp Base" for photographers and filmmakers.
Julio is an accomplished photographer and creator of the "John Wayne" street photography style, based on the fast and basic use of the camera and the anticipation of the scene.
Julio Muñoz was also invited to meet President Obama in the encounter with the entrepreneurs in Havana during his visit to Cuba.