HOTELS IN Old Havana (26)

Old Havana

The magnificence Complex Iberostar Parque Central and Torre combines the elegance of the Spanish colonial style with modern services and facilities. The hotel is located on Parque Central, within walking distance to Plaza de la Catedral, Capitolio building, Gran Teatro de La Habana, Havana Harbor…

The colonial grandeur of the façade is well matched by the large, air-conditioned lobby, where crystal chandeliers, ostentatious upholstered sofas, and period furnishings take one back to the time the property was owned by the Count of Santovenia, a member of 19th century Cuban nobility. A less formal and more…

Hotel Saratoga, a relatively new addition to Old Havana’s hotel scene, is a stylish and luxurious establishment, which combines charming early 19th century elements with an inventive and tasteful modern décor and excellent facilities. Though the interiors were completely rebuilt and refashioned (3 floors were added to the property’s original…

Though the figure of Ernest Hemingway is immediately and almost invariably invoked in any description of the hotel, the Ambos Mundos’ most attractive attribute is doubtless its magnificent location: steps away from the Plaza de Armas, the restored, 1920s establishment stands at one of the liveliest intersections in the Old…

Facing the broad expanse of the Bay of Havana, the Armadores de Santander stands where the city’s colonial past meets its present-day life and attractions.Though a short walk away from the busy and lively Plaza de San Francisco, at the doorstep of the Old Town’s sightseeing beat and attendant bustle,…

Located in what used to be the former 18th-century mansion of Claudio Martínez de Pinillos, the Villanueva Count, this hotel has been designed for travelers who are looking for a quiet and relaxed atmosphere, especially cigar aficionados who will agree that Hotel Conde de Villanueva is a cigar lover’s paradise…

Located on Obispo, one of the main, pedestrian arteries of the Old Town, the Hotel Florida affords a feeling of being close to the throbbing life of the city (though the narrow and crowded thoroughfare may prove too busy for some). Well-positioned between Parque Central and the Plaza de Armas…

Discovering colonial Havana is an additional pleasure for the guests of the Hotel Inglaterra, the oldest hotel in Cuba, which soon will celebrate its 130th anniversary. Inaugurated in 1875, the Inglaterra is currently one of the oldest and most classic hotels in the city. The building has been declared a…

Very close to both Cathedral Square and Armas Square, the old mansion of Marquises of Prado Ameno appears again, showing its splendour as in the old times. Properly located, just few meters from Obispo Street, the main artery of the historical centre, the large house with its colonial style, recreates…

One of Havana’s Oldest hotels (the establishment turned 100 in March of 2008), the Sevilla has many stories to tell and is privileged in more ways than one. The Sevilla is situated off Prado, close to Malecón and to places of historical and cultural interest such as the Capitolio and…

Palacio O’Farrill Hotel, located near the picturesque Bay of Havana and Cathedral Square in Old Havana, is a perfect example of neoclassical architecture, in vogue at the dawn of the 19th Century. This hotel that used to serve as a Palace prides itself on the level of personal service offered…

Such details are only part of the Plaza’s historic charm, which immediately strikes the eye in the lobby. Arriving guests are greeted by an original and colorful tile floor, beneath a beautifully-restored bas-relief ceiling supported by white columns. This impressive layout surrounds a large, pleasant lobby bar, where light filters…

Hotel Raquel is also known for its references to Jewish tradition and faith, which consist of various decorative items including a stone engraving of a Star of David at the reception and various symbolic artifacts like mezuzahs affixed to the some of the doorposts of the guestrooms. Raquel’s elegant restaurant…

With only 10 rooms, the San Miguel is the kind of cozy establishment where you can reasonably expect to make friends with the staff and be on a first-name basis with them. Despite the aristocratic elegance of the interiors, there’s no stuffy etiquette or protocol here: guests will find hotel…

Hotel Telegrafo, Cuba’s oldest hotel first opened its doors to the public around 1860, some years after the first telegraph station was established in the country. The hotel moved to its present location in 1888. Standing at the intersection of Prado and Neptuno, the hotel is a short walk away…

Across from the Havana Malecon and with an excellent view to the sea and the Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro at the entrance of the Bay. From the hotel, visitors can quickly get to Havana’s old and modern…

An elegant big house from the 18th century, located very closely to the Old Square, opens as a cozy hotel, where the combination of modern and old architectural elements stresses the originality of its attractive design. The Beltran de Santa Cruz hotel, an exquisite place that is reborn in the…

Once frequented by nobility, ecclesiastical dignitaries, military authorities and renowned artists, hotel Los Frailes now is the ideal place for guests who are looking for a quiet, peaceful place in the heart of old Havana…

On a narrow street facing the less than picturesque façade of an old building, the hotel is just off Prado (a broad, tree-lined promenade) and around the corner from both the seawall and several places of historical and cultural interest (including the splendid Cuban art building of the Fine Arts…