The hotel offers discreet and eclectic architecture from the 1920s, offers a cosy and intimate atmosphere, and stands out as a unique landmark. During the 1930s it was visited by the North American author and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature Ernest Hemingway. During his stay he wrote the first chapter of his novel ""For Whom the Bell Tolls" and once stated that the hotel was "a good place to write in". Today, Hemingway's room exhibits many of his personal belongings, among them his typewriter. Constructed in 1923, the hotel comprises a total of 49 rooms, of which three are suites, spread across three storeys. Facilities on offer include a lobby area with a reception desk manned around the clock, a currency exchange facility, a hotel safe, a cloakroom, and lift access. Guests may also take advantage of the caf�, the bar, the air-conditioned restaurant with highchairs available for children, and the conference room. Younger guests can also let off steam in the kid's club. Hemingway's favourite dishes are available on the menu at the Plaza de Armas restaurant. In the wonderful roof garden of the hotel, guests may sample a delicious grilled meal while enjoying the best views out over Habana. It is also possible to make use of the room and laundry services, the public Internet connection, and the parking facility.
This new hotel is not only ideal for every type of tourist but also for seniors, who are looking for a long stay in Cuba. It offers all possible facilities, making guests feel like they are at home. Facilities include: an ice cream machine on every floor, a laundry service and a snack bar as well as a car park and an assorted market with natural, refrigerated and nutritious produce.
The hotel's architectural motifs and interior decoration remind of the beautiful seaside province of Spain. The hotel was built and owned by Jos� Cabrero Mier, a native of Santander and served as headquarters for important ship owners from this city, such as the Count de la Mortera, whose fleet of ships operated in the Antilles. The hotel is a unique opportunity to stay at the city's seaside gateway. This 3-storey air-conditioned hotel comprises a total of 32 rooms of which 1 is a junior suite, 1 is a suite and 1 room offers disabled access. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange desk, a cloakroom and a lift in addition to the Cantabria Restaurant offering specialities from that region as well as an array of international dishes. Further hotel amenities include a bar, public Internet access (fees apply), room and laundry services (charges payable) and a kids' club. Fees apply for use of the car park.
This club resort has retained the charm of 50's architecture and offers an array of gastronomic, sports and entertainment options as well as top services. The 3-storey hotel comprises a total of 92 rooms of which 87 are double rooms. Facilities include a safe, a currency exchange desk, a bar, a games room, a nightclub, a conference room, public Internet access and car parking.
This familiar, cosy hotel is ideal for families, groups and friends. Recently renovated, a total of 144 rooms are on offer to guests. Amongst the facilities count a 24-hour reception desk, a hire safe, a currency exchange facility, a telephone/ fax machine, medical assistance, a conference room and parking facilities. It is additionally possible to pay a visit to the Restaurant Costa Norte, El Mirador lobby bar, Acqua Marina snack bar of the Ribera Azul in-house nightclub.
This elegant mansion dating back to the 18th century opens its doors to guests as a comfortable hotel. The subtle combination of the modern with the historical architectural elements is a feature of the original design. This stately home was built by the parents of Gabriel Beltr�n de Santa Cruz, the first Count of San Juan de Jaruco. The hotel has hosted some of Havanas most famous visitors, among them the eminent German scientist Alexander von Humboldt and three French princes: the Count of Beaujolais and the Dukes of Montpensier and Orl�ans. The latter would eventually be crowned King Louis Philippe I of France. Renovated in 2002, the hotel features a garden and comprises a total of 11 rooms, including 1 junior suite, spread across two floors. Facilities on offer include a lobby area with a reception desk manned around the clock, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom and lift access. In addition, the hotel features a bar, a breakfast room, public Internet access (charges apply), room and laundry services (charges apply) and a kids' club.
The hotel features all of the culture, traditions and architectural style of the local area expected on a Quinta Real hotel. Decorated in the colours, textures and materials of the local region and characteristic of Mexico, the 3-storey hotel was opened in 2006 and comprises 232 rooms of which 4 are junior suites, 113 are suites and 1 is a room that has been adapted to cater to disabled guests. Facilities include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange facility and a lift in addition to a newspaper stand, a cafe, a bar, a restaurant and conference facilities. It is possible to gain access to the Internet and there is also a WLAN access point to make use of. Room and laundry services are on offer and those arriving by car may make use of the car parking and hotel garage.
Facilities available to guests at the 416-room city hotel include 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, lift access, a hairdressing salon and a children's playground. A caf�, bar and restaurant provide drinks and dining options. Guests may also take advantage of the Internet access (fees apply), a laundry service and a car park.
This historic hotel was fully renovated in the year 2006 and features a garden as well as a terrace. It comprises 2 buildings with a total of 460 rooms of which 18 are apartments and 318 are bungalows. Facilities at this air-conditioned hotel include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, as well as a bar, a restaurant, a Internet caf� and a hairdressing salon. Available for company or private events are a number of conference rooms with various capacities (20, 40, 60, 120 and 300 people). Hotel guests may also make use of the laundry and room services as well as Internet access and fax servics.
The charming, luxury hotel, the former mansion of Claudio Mart�nez de Pinillos, Count of Villanueva, fascinates visitors with its sobriety and intimacy. Its familial atmosphere, cool inner courtyard, spacious corridors, and beautiful stained glasswork combine to create an ambience of authentic colonial splendour, in perfect harmony with the latest in comfort. Exquisitely conceived for cigar lovers, the hotel features very cosy rooms named after famous Cuban tobacco plantations, and the best cigar brands are waiting to be sampled here. With a highly personalised and hospitable service ethos, staff at this establishment welcome guests to this peaceful location par excellence. Constructed in 1712, the hotel comprises a total of nine rooms spread over two floors, including two junior suites and one suite. The facilities on offer include a lobby area with 24-hour reception desk, a safe and a cloakroom. The hotel also has a caf�, a bar, a restaurant, a breakfast room, a conference room, public Internet access (charges apply), room and laundry services (charges apply) and a parking (charges apply).
The hotel comprises a total of 44 rooms. 40 of the rooms feature inter-connecting doors. The excellent childcare services and intimate atmosphere help to create an extraordinary place to stay, with a family-friendly ambiance. The building features an entrance hall with a hotel safe and lift access. In addition, guests have access to a variety of shopping amenities, laundry facilities, room service, Internet access and conference facilities and there is parking available for those arriving by car. For guests' refreshment and pleasure the restaurants Itapoa"" and ""Tuc�n"" offer up culinary masterpieces every evening, basing the menu on the cuisine of a country that changes every day.
The stunning architectural landmark comprises three villas dating back to the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. After crossing the magnificent large doors of the hotel, guests walk into an authentic, colonial guest house. The building is decorated with paintings which depict the aesthetic eclecticism prevalent in Havana. The spacious and well illuminated lobby area rekindles the captivating living room of a stately 19th century Havana mansion, and leads to the attractive ""Catedral"" breakfast room, named after the nearby cathedral and its eponymous square. The hotel also features two inner courtyards, ""La Arcada" and "La Yagruma". ""La Arcada" has a mural depicting arches and galleries of the old city, while "La Yagruma" is for those who prefer calmness and contemplation. On offer are a total of 30 rooms spread across three floors, and facilities on offer include a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom, lift access, two cafes, a bar, and a public Internet connection (charges apply). Room and laundry services are also available (charges apply), there is parking for those arriving by car (charges apply), and a kid's club provides amusement for younger guests.
The hotel offers an excellent position, making it a unique alternative for those seeking relaxation and peace. Assuring a comfortable stay, the hotel offers 92 rooms and a wide range of amenities, including a caf�, bar, restaurant, conference facilities, public Internet access (for a fee) and parking for those arriving by car. The lobby features a 24-hour reception area and lift access to the rooms. Room and laundry services are provided for a fee.
The building, with its stunning colonial style, was constructed in 1836 and was the former residence of renowned families and wealthy businessmen. After its reopening in 1885, the hotel adapted its comfort standards to the tastes and preferences of the American and European markets and became one of the most famous hotels in the capital. With the splendour of the past, the hotel returns to life in Old Havana, captivating tourists with its charm and architectural beauty. Its elegant design and personal service have made it into a pearl of Havana, and on offer are a total of 25 rooms, of which four are junior suites, spread across two floors. Amongst the hotel's facilities count a foyer with 24-hour reception, a safe, a cloakroom, a currency exchange facility, and a lift. In addition, guests are able to take advantage of the two cafes, a selection of shops, a bar, a restaurant with highchairs available for children, a public Internet connection (charges apply), room and laundry services, a kids' club, and, for those arriving by car, parking spaces.
The hotel has seen more than 40 years of history and was built and decorated in the 50's. Many celebrities in the spheres of politics and the arts have stayed at the hotel such as Salvador Allende, Johnny Weism�ller, Ginger Rogers and many others. The architecture offers an eastern atmosphere of rare exoticism and novelty. A total of 352 rooms are on offer on 20 floors of which 309 are double rooms, 26 are triple rooms, 16 are junior suites and 1 is a presidential suite. Facilities include a foyer, a currency exchange desk, a bar, a restaurant, medical assistance, a tourist information centre, a selection of shops, taxi, room, postal and laundry services. Moreover, guests may pay a visit to the Primavera buffet restaurant where breakfast and the evening meal are on offer, as well as L'Aiglon � la carte restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner, and the Mirador Habana where an array of international � la carte dishes and breakfast specialities may be sampled.
The hotel was founded on 23 December 1875 and was declared a national monument in 1981. Over the years, many celebrities from the world of arts and letters have stayed at the hotel, including Sarah Bernhardt, Luis Mazzantini, Imperio Argentina, Anna Pavlova, Rub�n Dar�o, Jacinto Benavente and Frei Betto. More recently, the hotel has welcomed some of the most outstanding Cuban artists, writers and composers, who have presented their work in this distinguished representative of Cuban architecture, history and culture. The magnificent neoclassical facade is in harmony with the Arabian interior design. Together, they make up a building of unique elegance, which comprises a total of 83 rooms, including three on the top floor, four standard rooms, 42 twin bed rooms, 24 double bed rooms, and ten rooms with three beds. Facilities on offer include a lobby area, a safe, a currency exchange facility, a bar, two restaurants, room service, and shops. Parking is available for those arriving by car.
Originally the mansion of the Marquis of Pinar del R�o that was turned into a hotel in 1909, guests are offered a welcoming ambience and eclectic style. Welcoming guests in the inner patio is a statue made from Carrara marble. The hotel has been decorated with oils from the colonial period painted by prestigious artists. A total of 188 rooms are available of which 82 are double rooms, 80 are twin rooms, 15 are junior suites, 8 are triple rooms and 3 are suites. Facilities include a foyer, a currency exchange desk, a lobby bar and a bar with a sun terrace as well as room service, 3 restaurants and car parking.
This welcoming hotel comprises a total of 88 rooms, of which four are junior suites, spread across 14 floors. Facilities on offer include a lobby area, a currency exchange facility and lift access. Guests may also take advantage of the bar, the La Plaza buffet restaurant, Maraka's restaurant, and the public Internet connection. Moreover, it is possible to make use of the room service.
This small, discrete, tranquil hotel offers elegance and modernity as well as attentive service, keeping true to its slogan: intimate and sincere. It is said to be highly valued by Juan Ram�n Jim�nez, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, amongst many others. Business guests and journalists also appreciate the welcoming, intimate ambience. This 4-storey hotel comprises a total of 31 rooms of which 28 are double rooms and 3 are junior suites, with views of the sea or the city. Amongst the facilities count a safe, a currency exchange desk, conference facilities, restaurant and Internet access. Room service and a launderette are also on offer.
The hotel, with it's two towers, was built in a sober, elegant English style, during the popular building and tourist boom of the 50s. This beach hotel has a total of 203 rooms spread over 8 floors, of which 5 are triple rooms, 20 include king-size beds, 2 are junior suites, 2 are suites, 2 are mini-suites and 3 are for other uses. The hotel's amenities include a lobby with a currency exchange desk. Furthermore the hotel has its own lobby bar, snack bar, buffet restaurant (just for breakfast), � la carte restaurant, caf� and Internet access. Room service rounds up the facilities.
The former house of Regent Sotolongo is today occupied by the hotel, and was originally constructed in the late 18th century. A beautiful inner courtyard with exuberant greenery is a magnificent place to rest and cool down with a refreshing cocktail. On offer are a total of 14 rooms, of which three are junior suites, spread across two floors. Guests are offered a welcoming lobby with a reception, a safe, a cloakroom and currency exchange desk. Further facilities include a caf�, a bar, and a restaurant. Younger visitors are lovingly cared for in the kids' club. Guests may relax in the Entresuelos bar or dine in the La Paella restaurant, which has already won six national and international awards. The hostel is a place proud of its Valencia traditions, and has been justly called the Valencia House in Havana.
The establishment is a modern city hotel, a reference in the Cuban capital thanks to its stunning architectural design and preferred location. Among other services, the 317-room hotel has 3 restaurants, 4 bars, privilege service and 3 meeting rooms. In addition to a 24-hour reception service, hotel safe, currency exchange, cloakroom and lift access to the upper floors, further facilities available to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a caf�, hairdressing salon and wired and wireless Internet access (fees apply). Furthermore, room and laundry services are provided for a fee and there is a car park.
This hotel features a Spanish colonial style and has a total of 427 rooms. Facilities on offer to guests include a 24-hour reception, currency exchange facilities and lift access to the upper floors. Guests can enjoy a drink at the bar and dine at the restaurants. Conference facilities are available to business travellers and guests will appreciate the Internet access. They can also take advantage of the room and laundry services as well as the onsite medical service. There is a car park for those arriving by car.
The hotel's excellent position makes it a unique alternative for those seeking relaxation and peace. Guests can, however, be assured of a comfortable stay as this 136 room hotel offers a wide range of amenities including a caf�, a bar, a restaurant, conference facilities, Internet access and a car park.
The hotel used to be the mansion of the Marquis and Captain of the French Navy, Don Pedro Claudio Duquesne. Once visited by the most select nobility of the time, ecclesiastical dignitaries, military authorities and renowned artists. The house has rooms with exclusive ambiance, a lobby-bar that is decorated with pieces of art, stained-glass windows, statues of monks made out of copper and altarpieces, as well as a quiet inner courtyard with a beautiful fountain and an old well. This special hotel, thanks to its mystery and intimacy, is the ideal place for contemplation and meditation.
This luxury hotel is spread over 22 floors and comprises 462 rooms of which 90 are suites. The hotel's lobby offers guests a 24-hour reception desk, a hotel safe, a currency exchange counter and lifts. Further facilities in the air-conditioned hotel include a caf�, shops, 5 bars, a nightclub and 5 restaurants. Conference facilities and public Internet access are also on offer. Room services and medical facilities round up this hotel's offerings. There is also parking for those arriving by car.
This hotel is ideal for business travellers, as well as for events, weddings and honeymoons. A total of 397 rooms, which include 381 double rooms and 16 suites, are on offer to guests in this 9-storey hotel. Amongst the facilities at this air-conditioned establishment count a safe, a currency exchange facility, a caf� and an ice cream parlour in addition to a lobby bar, 5 restaurants, Internet access, a laundry service and car parking. 24-hour room service is on offer to guests.
The facades of the city hotel shine in the evening sun, displaying shades of soft colours, sensual and improved by age. It comprises a total of 178 rooms spread across nine floors. Facilities on offer include a currency exchange desk and a luggage room. Visitors wishing to appreciate the beautiful view over the rooftops of Havana need only dine in the hotel's Panorama restaurant to end their day in breath-taking fashion. Extra services available include a daily paper, 24-hour room service and medical care. A car rental service is also on hand.
This historic hotel comprises 2 floors with a total of 5 double rooms. Decorated with sea motifs and scale model replicas of old vessels, facilities within the hotel include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a currency exchange desk, a safe and a cloakroom in addition to a bar, public Internet access (for an additional fee) and a kids' club. There is a restaurant that resembles a Spanish tavern where delicious tapas and select wines are served up to dine in. The Flamenco stage means guests may enjoy some pleasant evening entertainment.
Hundreds of celebrities in the arts, science and politics including Winston Churchill, Mar�a F�lix, Jorge Negrete and Alexander Fleming, have stayed at this hotel whose air of distinction and modern comfort also make it ideal for conferences, congresses and conventions. In recognition of its historic and patrimonial values, it was declared a National Monument of the Republic of Cuba in 1998.Comprising 8 floors with a total of 426 rooms, which includes 17 junior suites and 2 suites, this hotel's facilities include La Veranda buffet restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, the fancy � la carte Aguiar restaurant providing national and international cuisine to a piano accompaniment each evening, and La Barraca, a garden restaurant serving up typical Cuban cuisine to music in a semi-rural ambience. Further amenities include a safe, a currency exchange desk, Internet access and room and laundry services. The majestic hotel offers modern comforts and there are conference facilities, making this the ideal venue for business meets and other events.