Hotel Iberostar Parque Central Havana
The NH Parque Central hotel is a five star colonial style hotel in La Habana. It is situated nearby to a number of monuments including the Gran Teatro Garcia Lorca, El Capitolio and Habana cathedral as well as some of the major shopping streets and museums.
The 427 soundproofed rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, an in-room safe, mini-bar, satellite TV and hair dryer. There are nine room categories ranging from the standard to the Presidential suite which is located on the top floor with panoramic views over the city.
The hotel restaurant, El Paseo steak house offers 11 types of meats and a variety of distinguished wines.
Six meeting and events spaces cater for gatherings from 14 to 260 guests.
The airport is 30 kilometres from the hotel. Other hotel facilities include a swimming pool with pool bar, a car park, a lobby bar, a shop, laundry service, a tour desk, a currency exchange desk, car rental service and massage service.
Hotel Saratoga Havana
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.'
Hotel Meliá Cohiba Havana
Sitting just off the Malecón, this high-rise hotel, with its sharp angles and alternating walls of stone and glass, is probably the most modern building in Havana. Moreover, the Meliá Cohiba, along with its sister the Meliá Habana, comes closest to providing all the services and amenities luxury travelers are looking for in a top-rated hotel. Rooms are large and comfortable, and most have excellent views, particularly those on the higher floors. The Cohiba has a wide range of restaurants and shops, and even its buffet restaurant is a treat, with live cook stations and enough space and flow as to not feel like a cattle car. The Habana Café is one of the better club/restaurants in town, with a nightly floor show and live music. Hotel facilities include: 5 restaurants; 3 bars; 2 lounges; large outdoor pool; indoor squash court; well-equipped health club; Jacuzzi; sauna; concierge; tour desk; car-rental desk; business center; shopping arcade; salon; 24-hr. room service; in-room massage; babysitting; laundry service; dry cleaning; nonsmoking rooms.
Hotel Telégrafo Havana
Hotel Telegrafo was opened in 1888. With an outstanding reputation it was considered one of the best in Latin America. Originally in Amistad Street, it was moved to present location in the 1860s, on one of the most famous streets intersection of the city: Paseo del Prado and Neptuno. After been closed for a long time, it reopened to remind us about the famous hotel it was at the end of the 19th. century.Its eclectic facade discovers today the architectural evolution it went through the years.While the first two floors respect its original classical silhouette, upper floors are the prelude of a more contemporary style. The combination of modern design and the original round arches under the uncovered original brickwork could be enjoyed once you are in the snack bar in the central court yard. From the snack bar old ruins of the original courtyard are still visible. Its big half-arches without plaster shows bricks and masonry which contrast with the modern design of the hotel. Spacious rooms with high ceilings. Views mainly to Central Park. Few meters away from Havanas Grand Theater, Capitol building and National Museum of Art, among other surrounding places of interest. 5 minutes walking to Old Havana historical settings will allow visitors to enjoy museums, plazas and colonial buildings. Ideal for businessmen and city travellers. Taxi service.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 Raquel Havana
Raquel Hotel is located very near the Old Square, just a few meters from the San Francisco Square. The romantic ambience of the building proposed by its art nouveau style and expressive eclectic projections highlight the architecture of the building. Its biblical name and some of its spaces allegorically evoke the Hebrew culture. Three floors and a terrace compose the hotel. The majestic sculpture of the ground floor along with the marble columns catches the eye. It has an elegant specialised restaurant.
Hotel Mercure Sevilla Havane Havana
In the heart of world heritage listed historic Havana, the hotel stands out thanks to its Moorish architecture, its unique and spectacular view over the city as well as by the prestigious personalities that have stayed in the hotel since 1908. 178 rooms,2 restaurants, 3 bars, a meeting room for up to 50 people and a swimming pool. 24hr dining available. N.B. in Cuba the EUR to CUC (cuban pesos) exchange rate is subject to a fluctuating gouvernment tax. American credit cards are not accepted.