Iberostar Parque Central
The elegant 5-star IBEROSTAR Parque Central Hotel is located in central Havana, Cuba. This polished hotel is a 6-minute walk from the National Capitol Building and 14 minutes on foot from the Malecón promenade.
Warm rooms feature satellite TV, minibars, coffeemakers and balconies; some have wood floors and/or views of the National Capitol Building. Suites add antique furnishings and separate living/dining rooms.
There are 3 restaurants offering international, Creole and Mediterranean dishes. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a spa area and an exercise room. Live Cuban music is provided nightly in the palm-flanked lobby bar.
Paseo Habana is located in the heart of Vedado, the modern part of Havana. This hotel is characterized by being central, but at the same time intimate.
Within a few blocks of the hotel you’ll find the buzzing 23rd Avenue, popular for its many attractions.
Located in downtown Havana and across from the popular Malecón Avenue (seaside promenade), the Meliá Cohiba Hotel benefits from a beautiful view of the sea. It has become an ideal destination for businesspeople who stay in its Royal Service section. The hotel is in the residential neighborhood of El Vedado, where the city’s main cultural centers are located. From the Meliá Cohiba Hotel, guests can easily go to sites that are located within a 12-kilometer radius, including Old Havana, Revolution Square, and the Havana International Conference Center.
Located next to the coast, across the street from the Miramar Business Center and near the Havana International Convention Center. A unique Five-Star city hotel combining nature and comfort. The property stands out for its spacious lobby decorated with tropical plants, open areas, largest swimming pool in the city and its exclusive Royal Service. Recommended for business and incentives trips.
Hotel Nacional de Cuba
The Nacional de Cuba Hotel, a classic establishment in the Island’s tourism sector, has a privileged location from where guests can enjoy a beautiful view of the Bay of Havana, the Malecón (Seaside Promenade) and El Vedado neighborhood. The hotel, which is 20 kilometers away from Havana’s international airport, ranks among the world’s ten Palace Hotels and was the only five-star hotel in the Caribbean region from the 1930s to the 1950s. It has been visited by hundreds of celebrities from the spheres of art, science and politics.
Hotel Saratoga lies at the heart of Havana. It overlooks the Parque de la Fraternidad and the Capitolio, and it’s within sight if the Partagas Cigar Factory and the opera house. The hotel was originally opened in the 1930s but it has been rebuilt behind its original façade, offering a luxurious mixture of style and comfort. The hotel has two fine dining restaurants, a spa, a business center and a rooftop pool.
Hotel Parque Central
The Parque Central Hotel, located in the heart of Old Havana, gives a touch of modernity in close contact with colonial architecture, combining the elegance of the Spanish style with modern services. The establishment is surrounded by many famous buildings, including The Capitol and the García Lorca Theater, which is traditionally mentioned in the world of culture due to the excellent ballet performances staged there. The hotel is at walking distance from Havana’s Cathedral, Plaza de Armas (Arms Square), shops, museum and a wide network of complementary services that provide extra attractions to the establishment.
The Presidente was built between 1925 and 1927 but was completely rebuilt in 2000, keeping all the flavor from its recent history, shared by all the personalities that choose it as their lodging when visiting Havana. In its interior they are exposed more than 400 cataloged pieces of art, giving a very special flavor to the visitor from the first moment of its arrival. The client will be able to enjoy its “Lobby museum”, to rest in the swimming pool, or will have the possibility to enjoy the Havana life just within minutes walk.
The Sevilla is situated off Prado, close to Malecón and to places of historical and cultural interest such as the Capitolio and Gran Teatro (a short walk north or south, respectively, takes you to these locations). It is also well located for touring Old Havana and its colonial centre: nearby Obispo takes you to Plaza de Armas, one of the epicenters of the sightseeing circuit. Inside, the large, spacious lobby combines elegance with a welcoming, cosmopolitan atmosphere which is altogether refreshing.
The Hotel Habana Libre is one of the biggest hotels in Cuba and one of the more emblematic of Havana City; it’s located in 23 and L streets, Vedado, a few meters from the Malecón. This 4 star hotel is a jewel of the urban design and boasts the best view in Havana City. The Habana Libre Hotel, rise majestically in the nerve center of La Rampa, one of the most famous corners in the center of the Cuban capital some few steps of popular Coppelia (Ice cream Cathedral).
The Inglaterra Hotel, founded in 1875 and considered one of the oldest tourist establishments in Cuba, used to be a favorite place for gatherings. The building, located in Old Havana, features a neoclassical style with elements such tiles and railings which were especially brought from Seville, Spain and which give the hotel a touch of originality. Declared a National Monument due to its historic values, the hotel’s location – near Paseo del Prado (Prado Promenade) and the Grand Theater of Havana, the venue of the National Ballet of Cuba – turns the establishment into a cultural center par excellence. It is 20 kilometers away from José Martí International Airport.
Rising next to the ocean in western Vedado, the 16-storey Habana Riviera looks like something out of 1950s Las Vegas or Miami, an airbrushed postcard taking one back to a very different time and world. Stylishly modernist, the building’s 50s look (and feel) carries past the revolving door entrance over to the grand lobby, whose original structure, furnishings and décor have been so well preserved that one wholly expects to come across a group of velvet-clad lounge lizards savoring mojitos and Cuban cigars or a group of mafiosos talking shop on one of the old-fashioned sofas
Located at the heart of Havana’s financial district and just overlooking the famous 5th Avenue this contemporary hotel offers a selection of dining-bar options including the “El Olivo” international Restaurant, “Don Quijote” Spanish cuisine restaurant, Snack Bar “Las Tapas”, Cafeteria “Habana” and Lobby Bar “Daiquiri”. All guest rooms have air conditioner, telephone, mini bar, safe deposit box, hair dryer, bathroom with separate bath and shower. The fitness center, spa, and outdoor garden pool, complete the highlight features of the Hotel.
Hotel Santa Isabel
Regal in greatness and elegance, the Santa Isabel enjoys one of the most privileged location of all hotels in the area: facing the delightful Plaza de Armas (a square bordered by colonial architecture, restaurants and museums), the property is in the very heart of Old Havana, close to the many points of interest. A casual and relaxed atmosphere is found in the shady Spanish-styled courtyard which adjoins the lobby, where one can enjoy a quiet read at one of the tables surrounding the central fountain.
Hotel Palacio del Marqués de San Felipe
History and modern facilities are combined in this beautiful building which originally belonged to Don Sebastián de Peñalver at the end of the 18th century and which passed onto the successors of the 4th Marques de San Felipe and Santiago at beginning of the 19th century. The interior minimalist decor of the hotel contrasts with the baroque design of the hotel’s facade and makes the building unique on the St. Francis of Assisi Square. The hotel is centrally located and within walking distance from the various restaurants and coffee shops.
Honoring its name, the stylish hotel Terral is a fresh breeze of modernity and comfort in the renowned Malecón promenade, sparkling among the old ruined buildings of this zone of Havana. This is a design hotel made up in a contemporary vogue, with a minimalist concept which pays special attention to marine motives, comfort and open wise, transparent relaxing spaces. From the inside, the hotel conveys the feeling of being onboard a cruise, as it is basically a steel structure covered with glass and facing the ocean. It has 14 cute spacious bedrooms, all facing the ocean and with balcony, or a big terrace, in the case of its two Junior Suites.
Located on one of the busiest corners in Havana (Paseo del Prado and Neptuno Street), in Havana’s historic heart, the Telégrafo Hotel has shown off its attractions since its inauguration in 1885. In the late 19th century, the hotel became a singular attraction for visitors. It was among the most prestigious establishments at the time and ranked among the best 11 hotels in Latin America. It is 20 kilometers away from José Martí International Airport. Its façade shows the architectural evolution of the building, consisting of two floors that respect the original design and the top floors, which are characterized by a contemporary style.