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Jul 29, 2013

A History Lesson in Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital city and heart of commercial activity in Cuba. It is the nation’s largest city, being the most populated and bustling with Cuban spirit.

A historical building in Old Havana

A historical building in Old Havana

The city itself is rich with history: it is immortalized through the city-scapes of old Havana and Chinatown, and takes pride on its abundance of visual and fine arts. When venturing into the city, it can be guaranteed that there will always be something new and eclectic to do.

The IBEROSTAR Parque Central is cleverly nestled within the heart of the city. The hotel embraces the soul of old Havana, welcoming guests with its colonial style architecture and Cuban hospitality. Its location also makes it a popular destination, as main tourists attractions, such as the Capitol Building, Paseo del Prado and Havana Pier are all a hop, skip and jump away.

The outside of Iberostar Hotel in Havana, Cuba

The outside of Iberostar Hotel in Havana, Cuba

With over 200 rooms decorated to reflect neo-colonial motifs, the IBEROSTAR suites offer spectacular views of the city, allowing guests to embrace the rich Cuban culture both inside and out.

The lobby at the Iberostar Hotel

The lobby at the Iberostar Hotel

While the IBEROSTAR does offer various hotel services such as their gourmet restaurants, lobby bar and fitness center, the hotel is distinguished by their signature cigar bar (which is a luxurious commodity that Cuba is infamous for).

The courtyard at the Iberostar

The courtyard at the Iberostar

The IBEROSTAR Parque Centrale offers a distinctive experience unlike any resort. With a harmonious balance of luxury and rugged Cuban history, Havana is a go-to destination for those wanting to dabble in a rich cultural experience.

For more information about the IBEROSTAR Parque Central, visit our page here or call one of our Travel Specialists at 604.685.6885.

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