Havana

1950's Chevvies, Pontiacs and Buicks growl past, music blares, salsa, rumba, son and more. "Habaneros" and visitors alike sitting in the Caribbean sun, enjoying lunch, a Cuban coffee or a "Mojito" rum cocktail. Endless words have been written describing the image of Havana. This is a city of vivid contrasts, from exquisite but faded Spanish architecture, narrow cobbled streets and leafy squares, to the dramatic Revolution Square and famous mural of Che Guevara.

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Havana resorts

  • Florida Hotel - 3 stars

    Located on Obispo, one of the main, pedestrian arteries of the Old Town, the Hotel Florida affords a feeling of being close to the throbbing life of the city (though the narrow and crowded thoroughfare may prove too busy for some). Well-positioned between Parque Central and the Plaza de Armas, it is one of the best points of departure for an exploration of the Old Town that you can ask for.

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    Florida Hotel
  • Hostal Valencia - 2 stars

    A favourite among Old Havana "aficionido's", located near the Plaza San Francisco, many attractions nearby, all at walking distance.

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    Hostal Valencia
  • Hotel El Comendador - 3 stars

    This beautiful 18th century house belonged in the 19th century to the family of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, "Regent of the Order of Isabel the Catholic". The Hotel Comendador, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city's older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides.

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    Hotel El Comendador
  • Hotel Raquel - 3 stars

    A stunning work of architecture, the Raquel contrasts dramatically with its not-so-picturesque surroundings, a rather humble residential area whose one, redeeming virtue is its proximity to the Plaza Vieja and other sites of interest in the Old Town.

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    Hotel Raquel
  • Hotel San Miguel - 3 stars

    The San Miguel Palace is located right near Havana's harbor overlooking the colossal Fortresses of La Cabana, El Morro and La Punta. This boutique Spanish Colonial mansion is distinguished by the elegant decor of it rooms.

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    Hotel San Miguel
  • Nacional Hotel de Cuba - 4 stars

    The Hotel Nacional de Cuba is arguably the most distinguished hotel in Cuba. Dating back to the 1930's, the Nacional continues to play host to a procession of celebrities, who come to enjoy its colonial ambience, exquisite décor and good facilities.

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    Nacional Hotel de Cuba
  • NH Parque Central - 4 stars

    The magnificence Complex NH Parque Central and Torre combines the elegance of the Spanish colonial style with the ultimate modern services and facilities. They are surrounded by numerous famous buildings, as the Capitol the Theatre Garcia Lorca, famous for its excellent presentations of ballet. Within walk minutes, are the Cathedral of Havana, the Arms Square, shops, museums and other complementary services.

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    NH Parque Central
  • Santa Isabel Hotel - 4 stars

    Palatial in magnitude and elegance, the Santa Isabel enjoys what is perhaps the most privileged location of all hotels in the area: facing the charming Plaza de Armas (a cobbled square flanked by colonial-era constructions, museums and restaurants), the long, three-storey property is literally in the very heart of Old Havana, close to the sightseeing beat's most interesting sites.

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    Santa Isabel Hotel
  • Saratoga Hotel - 4 stars

    A relatively new addition to Old Havana's hotel offer, the Saratoga is a stylishly luxurious establishment which combines charming early century elements with inventive and tasteful modern décor and facilities.

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    Saratoga Hotel
  • Sofitel Sevilla - 3 stars

    One of Havana's Oldest hotels (the establishment turned 100 in March of 2008), the Sevilla has many stories to tell and is privileged in more ways than one.

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    Sofitel Sevilla