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.
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.
Hotel Meliá Cohiba, the 5-star luxury hotel named after the famous Cohiba Cuban cigar brand, is located in the modern Vedado district of Havana. It faces the Havana shoreline, overlooking the renowned Malecón ocean promenade. This high-rise hotel has 462 modern rooms (with ocean or city views) designed for double and single occupancy, a spacious and elegant lobby with fountains, classic furnishings and panoramic windows.
The Hotel Terral is modern, chic and capitalizes on its amazing Malecón location with and all-glass façade and angled design. The views of the iconic seaside promenade are dynamite - especially from the balcony off your room, cocktail in hand.
Since the opening of this hotel more than a decade ago, it has consistently been ranked #1. And with good reason: the service is top-flight and the cosmopolitan, elegant, and comfortable atmosphere unsurpassed.
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.
Hotel Raquel (Hebrew for innocent) is like a cultural depository where different genres and styles of art, well-displayed, find shelter. Besides, the building itself is a wonderful example of baroque (facade) and art-nouveau architecture in the heart of Habana Vieja.
The Hotel Telégrafo anchors the corner of Prado (Paseo de Martí) and Neptuno – among Havana’s most sizzling intersections. An upscale property with a super central location, you can’t miss the freshly-painted blue and white façade of the Telégrafo.