Hotel San Miguel Havanamore
This 20th century palace is located in front of Havana's Bay. Its ten impeccable rooms have been richly decorated with fine bed covers and matching draperies. You will experience Havana's magic as the decor in San Miguel Hostel transports you back into time. Stunning architectural highlights, like the detailed hand-crafted iron archways with coats-of-arm and the carved balustrades of the balconies, make this one of Havana's most charming Palaces of the early 20th century. This elaborate three-story building, with distinctive and magnificent wrought iron staircases, bronze and white carrara marble is truly a feast for the eyes. The Hotel looks out over magnificent Port Avenue. From the terrace, enjoy a view of Morro Castle light house, the silent sentinel of the habor entrance, that provides a dramatic backdrop as you admire the perfect blending of Old Havana meeting the Modern Havana. Originally built in the 19th century, its current architectural style dates back to renovations made in 1925 by prominent Havana merchant, Antonio San Miguel y Segala who acquired the building at a public auction held by the Gaceta Oficial de la Republica.
Hotel Valencia Havanamore
The old house of the Spanish Colonial councilman Sotolongo, originally built as a private house at the end of the 18th century, today houses the Hotel Valencia.Located on a privileged corner, just 200 meters from The Plaza De Armas, (the place where Valencians traditionally worshipped) and the San Francisco Convent, this hotel is ideally located for exploring Old Havana.Its carved red roof, balustrades and iron work of its interior courtyard give plenty of old world charm and local character to this hotel. The beautiful interior is light and fresh and overflowing with exuberant vegetation. It's an oasis in the centre of this Historic area.All of the rooms are equipped with color TV, private bathrooms and minibars. It also offers the best Cuban cigars on the first floor at La Casa Del Tobacco.The Bohemian Nostalgia bar, decorated in 1950s patterns is one of the attractions of this small hotel where you can find some of the best local music of the fifties. It is a unique opportunity for you to offer A toast to your luck, featuring The Cocktail of The House White Sheets'.Finally, there is no finer place to eat Paella in all of Havana than the Hostal Valencia Restaurant. It has been the winner of the Best Prize at the International Paellas Contest In Sueca, Spain for two years running.Wallking distance to the port, museums and historical buildings. Also conveniently located within a few miles of the local train and bus stations. In this Hotel, you have the right to:A welcome cocktailSafebox service A 10% discount in our company´s restaurantsFree entrance to the following museums in the Historical Center, just showing your guest´s card.-The House of Asia-The House of Mexico-Cigar smoking rooms-The Obrapia´s House-The Simón Bolivar´s House-Palace de Government-The Card Museum-The Numismatic MuseumImportant Notice : Our representative will get in touch with you on arrival or during your stay at the hotel in order to collect the balance due in Cash (CUC). (Credit cards are not accepted to pay this balance.)Contact Us if more information on this subject is required. Thanks.*Above rate information may change without notice.
Hotel Grand Caribe Inglaterra Havanamore
One of the first buildings originally designed to accommodate travelers visiting colonial Havana. Master pieces of Architecture like the Havana`s Grand Theater, the Capitol and the National Museum of Art surround this landmark hotel. All rooms have fabulous views of the Central Park and the awe inspiring rococo and baroque buildings that surround it. Discovering colonial Havana is an additional pleasure for the guests of this 130 years old classic hotel. The building has been declared a National Monument. Its beautiful neoclassic facade contrasts with its interior decor, which recreates the atmosphere of the colonial period featuring beautiful stained-glass windows, colorful mosaics, spanish heraldic symbols, window grills and intrincately worked ceilings. On the upper floor, a terrace bar and grill offers magnificent views of the city. In the ground floor, an open terrace will allow you to feel city`s vibration while having a drink or snack. Setting is exceptional, in the most authentic heart of Havana city. 13 miles from East Havana beaches and from Havana`s International airportImportant Notice : Our representative will get in touch with you on arrival or during your stay at the hotel in order to collect the balance due in Cash (CUC). (Credit cards are not accepted to pay this balance.)Contact Us if more information on this subject is required. Thanks.*Above rate information may change without notice.
Hotel Conde de Villanueva Havanamore
The Villanueva Count's one-time masion will receive you with the sober elegance of a luxury Old Havana style inn. Its sobriety and charm will fascinate the guest in this intimate residence, familiar par exellence, where inside courtyards, spacious corridors and beautiful stained glass join to create the authentic colonial beauty in perfect harmony with the most modern comfort. Hostal Villanueva counts on 9 rooms, one of them is a suite, two of them mini suites. All of them have names of famous tobacco plains. Hostal Villanueva Count is located at the historical centre of the city, surrounded by town squares of singular attractiveness, museums and important shopping centres. It is exquisitely lovers of good cigars and good taste. Nobility and admirable comfort await for you here. You can also enjoy the 'Vuelta Abajo' restaurant, cafeteria, breakfast room, a reception hall 'Paso Real de San Diego' and a special cigar house.
Hotel Palacio O'Farrill Havanamore
Located in a privileged section of Old Havana, a magnificent palace has been reborn as the Palacio O'Farril. Formerly the house of Don Jose Ricardo O'Farril, the great grandson of the Irish Don Ricardo O'Farril and O'Daly, one of the wealthiest noble families in colonial times.The hotel and accommodations are unequalled in excellence featuring a restaurant, snack bar, inner courtyard with ancient well, magnificent skylight and a roof-top terrace with a grand view of the city. The architecture and decor combines 18th, 19th and 20th century influences and produces an exceptional effect on history. The guests enjoy the unique experience of reliving three centuries at the same time.There are 38 rooms (23 with a view), 34 standard, 3 junior suites and 1 matrimonial suite. For your convenience, there's a tour desk, car rentals, taxis, art gallery and luggage room. Laundry and ironing and a 24 hour reception service is also available.In this Hotel, you have the right to:A welcome cocktailSafebox service A 10% discount in our company´s restaurantsFree estrance to the fallowing museums in the Historical Center, just showing your guest´s card.-The House of Asia-The House of Mexico-Cigar smoking rooms-The Obrapia´s House-The Simón Bolivar´s House-Palace de Government-The Card Museum-The Numismatic MuseumImportant Notice : Our representative will get in touch with you on arrival or during your stay at the hotel in order to collect the balance due in Cash (CUC). (Credit cards are not accepted to pay this balance.)Contact Us if more information on this subject is required. Thanks.*Above rate information may change without notice.
Hotel Saratoga Havanamore
The Hotel Saratoga is an elegant building constructed in neoclassical/eclectic style on an attractive corner in Old Havana, at the intersection of the Paseo del Prado and Dragones Street. It stands opposite the Capitolio building and the Parque de la Fraternidad and has a spectacular view of the prestigious Partagas Cigar Factory and Cuba's principal opera house, the Gran Teatro de La Habana. The hotel was originally built on the site in the 1930s and swiftly became renowned for its superb cuisine, the open air entertainments held in its pavement arcade and the concerts given there by such renowned musicians as the Anacaona Orchestra. The Saratoga was one of Havana's most stylish establishments and became a favourite haunt of writers, musicians, artists and socialites from Cuba and overseas. The current building, recreated behind the Saratoga's historic façade, echoes the original in many details such as the soaring central atrium, French windows with mahogany shutters, the grand entrance and the magnificent roof terrace with swimming pool, bar/dining area and a breathtaking panoramic view of Havana's port and skyline. The interior decoration combines traditional detail with up-to-the-minute technology to ensure superlative service and comfort for guests. The Hotel Saratoga is Old Havana's grandest hotel, having been carefully designed for especially discerning travellers who wish to combine cultural and historical exploration of the city with enjoyment of its world-famous nightlife. The Saratoga has been given position 24 in Condé Nast's Hot List 2006, among 60 best hotels worldwide, based on how hotels care about their guests rather than just technology or how the hotel looks.'This is by far the smartest new hotel in Havana for years, providing levels of comfort other, admittedly more characterful, Havana hotels can only dream of.'