There’s a reason JayZ and Beyoncé chose the Saratoga to celebrate their wedding anniversary: it’s a first-class hotel combining luxury and innovative design with a great range of facilities and services. Plus, it’s located in the center of action-packed Havana.
Superbly located overlooking the Malecón, with extensive gardens to take the sea air, the Nacional is classic, elegant and history personified. Many famous guests favor this stately, glamorous hotel – especially during the annual Film Festival, headquartered here.
Incredible Plaza de Armas location, colonial grace, and modern amenities combine to make the Santa Isabel one of Old Havana’s most desirable places to lay your head; we suspect Jimmy Carter and Robert Plant, both past guests, would agree.
Palacio del Marqués de San Felipe y Santiago de Bejucal is a charming 5-star hotel, with an unbeatable location on the picturesque Plaza de San Francisco de Asis. The standards and setting have fast made this a popular property. Contemporary design reveals itself behind a Baroque façade, complemented by excellent gastronomic services.
This historic hotel has a prime location facing Central Park and very near the Capitolio, which means it’s perfectly situated for exploring the old town. Three cozy seating areas ensure optimum lounging and the roof terrace is legendary.
A stay in the renewed Hotel Capri is a first-rate choice for guests with a fondness of city life and for the historical period of the Fifties. The Hotel Capri offers a ‘50’s flare’ while providing up-to-date services, facilities, and culinary offers.
For reservations made between
January 10, 2017 to September 28, 2017
For stays between
June 1, 2017 to September 30, 2017
Hotel Ambos Mundos was built in the roaring ‘20s, over a century after other colonial residences and aristocratic palaces belonging to the same hotel chain Habaguanex S.A. The hotel offers solid accommodation without being baroque or frivolous, in a prime location.
This charming colonial-style hotel in the heart of Old Havana exemplifies Cuban rural hospitality with a twist: the Hotel Conde de Villanueva, with one of the city’s best cigar shops, is dedicated to the history of tobacco. It’s popular with both aficionadas and non-smokers alike.