Hotels in Cuba. destination

Old Havana

Hotel Iberostar Parque Central

Hotel Iberostar Parque Central

Located on beautiful Central Park in the heart of Havana, the Parque Central comprises two buildings, a colonial section and modern tower, linked by a stylish, underground tunnel. Both sections have independent lobbies, restaurants, and rooms.

Hotel Santa Isabel

Hotel Santa Isabel

A palace built for the Havana aristocracy (who must have known the first three rules of real estate: location, location, location), this stately palace is on the eastern side of Plaza de Armas, with Havana Bay at her back.

Hotel Plaza

Hotel Plaza

Designed over 100 years ago, Hotel Plaza has a peculiar conical triangle shape, adding to its allure. Early 20th century elements are still reflected in details such as the (partial) original floor in...

Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana

Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana

The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski in Havana represents the rebirth, not only of a historic building of the 20th century, but of the concept of a luxury hotel in Cuba. Located in Old Havana, the hotel is...

Hotel Armadores de Santander

Hotel Armadores de Santander

Like a lighthouse, the Hotel Armadores de Santander stands as a beacon and symbol. A beacon because it signals the entrance to Old Havana

Hotel Conde de Villanueva

Hotel Conde de Villanueva

The Hotel Conde de Villanueva offers nine rooms behind its merry red and green fa

Hotel Florida

Hotel Florida

Behind its 4-meter (or so) carved wooden doors, Hotel Florida is a world apart. A graceful Art Deco sculpture in the entrance hall welcomes visitors, while the courtyard beyond was once the hub of domestic activities for the count and his family.

Hotel Inglaterra

Hotel Inglaterra

The Inglaterra opened in 1875 and has been one of the preferred hotels in the heart of downtown Havana ever since. Famous past guests include Jos

Hotel Palacio O'Farrill

Hotel Palacio O'Farrill

Arturo O`Farrill, pianist and director of New York´s Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra was guest of honor at the Palacio O`Farrill during the annual Havana Jazz Festival in 2010.

Hotel Raquel

Hotel Raquel

A shaft of honey golden light shines through the dome into the lobby of Hotel Raquel, illuminating the fine furnishings and guests down below. The light is just the beginning of what distinguishes the Raquel.

Hotel San Miguel

Hotel San Miguel

Where most other hotels of the Habaguanex chain are deeply nestled in the narrow alleys of Old Havana, San Miguel is a wonderful outlier. Freestanding, with a boundless view over the Bay and the El Morro and La Caba

Hotel Mercure Sevilla

Hotel Mercure Sevilla

Excellent location of the Hotel Mercure Sevilla, near the elegant Prado promenade and numerous cafés, restaurants and theaters, means its guests are located right in the heart of Havana's social and cultural...

Hotel Telégrafo

Hotel Telégrafo

A century ago, the press called the Hotel Tel

Hotel Beltrán de Santa Cruz

Hotel Beltrán de Santa Cruz

The boutique Hotel Beltran de Santa Cruz

Hotel Los Frailes

Hotel Los Frailes

Steps from the Plaza Vieja and just two blocks from the Plaza de San Francisco de Asis (two of Havana's most beautiful squares), the Hotel Los Frailes exudes contemplative serenity.

Hotel Park View

Hotel Park View

Hotel Park View is exactly what it implies, a hotel overlooking a park. Built in 1928 as an American-style hotel, the architecture of this hotel wouldn

Hotel Tejadillo

Hotel Tejadillo

In the street of the same name stands Hotel Tejadillo, made up of three houses from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Hotel Lincoln

Hotel Lincoln

Built in 1926 and located just a few steps from Havana's Malec

Hotel Caribbean

Hotel Caribbean

The Caribbean Hotel, centrally-located on Havana

Hotel Lido

Hotel Lido

The privileged and central location of the Lido places you at the gates of Old Havana and its charms, which are just a few steps away.

Hotel Valencia

Hotel Valencia

Heaving open the heavy wooden door behind which Hostal Valencia is nestled feels like coming home (but be advised: the door closes at midnight).