H10 Habana Panorama
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Firstly i do understand the situation in Cuba but some things are just not good enough. The rooms are very old and tired. Pics attached. They are in urgent need of repair. The room was very big but falling apart. Food was definitely the worst part. Just terrible. A huge range but nothing was good. Staff are terrible. Rude and not at all interested in helping you.So many things reminded me of North Korea from the room to the food. Which is not that surprising....This hotel is terrible value for money but i doubt that any hotel will be much better in Havana.
Cons: I think the term "bugs" is being nice but I know them better by the word "roaches". There were a lot of them everywhere (including by the lovely breakfast buffet) and it made it really hard to sleep because I was worried about them crawling into my stuff. Luckily, I was only here for two nights.The room was really dirty. Tile grout was dirty. Chair was covered in hair. Beds were more than sketch. The beds also sagged as low as they could.The food in the restaurants is overpriced and wack. Try to eat somewhere else in Havana, not at the hotel.They let people smoke inside? Like inside the lobby. Do avoid if you have asthma or some issue with breathing. Every time I wanted to use the WIFi (only available in lobby but that's normal in Cuba) I was sucking in fumes.Pros: The WiFi was the quickest I've had in Cuba just yet. You just have to sit in the lobby for it. I'm not sure if there's an ETECSA store nearby but they do sell one hour cards at the front desk.There were some really helpful staff members despite the hotel's conditions.The ocean view is really pretty.I'm being generous with the two stars because it's Cuba. I'm aware of the limited resources but this was just comically bad. However, it seems like other people's rooms were great so maybe I just drew a short stick.Also, for those (like myself) who wonder how they treat Black people, I felt fine with most of the staff. Some of them glared and the food service (at Mike's around the back) and guards/bellhops would treat me with plenty of sass and suspicion. That's part of Cuba, I guess. My color seemed to be working the more menial jobs anyway. But for the most part, I didn't feel hated or anything. Save for the condition of my room.
Stayed at this hotel twice, 1st time for 3 nights and the 2nd for just the 1 night.On a tour so our guide got us checked in quite quickly with no trouble.To think the hotel is more than 30 years old it had a very modern feel.1st stay we had a lovely big room with a good view of the sea. A free safe is in each room, the battery on ours was defective but was sorted very quickly.The hotel is about20 mins from town with no handy bars nearby, the hotel bar is handy but I wouldn't like to spend a whole night in there, quite pricey too 2.50 CUC.The food is a buffet type with plenty to choose from, nice fresh bread spoilt by the horrible butter,A handy hop on hop off bus service to the city 10 CUC each, but it finished running at 1800 (1900 IN THE HIGH SEASON).Nice pool but not very deep, we did not swim in the sea as the beach by the hotel was very scruffy.There are 10 floors of rooms, both times we were on the 5th, any higher would of been tiring , as it was quicker to use the stairs than taking the lifts.There was a mini bank in the hotel giving a good exchange rate.As I mention the 1st time we stayed the room was top notch, but when we cameback the 2nd time the room was abit scruffy, broken tiles and fittings, also abit noisy with no view.Overall a nice hotel.
A decent hotel for Havana. They say it is a 4 star, maybe, but outdated. Staff friendly and english speaking. As with everywhere in Havana, internet is almost missing, you have to buy prepaid card, feeling like doing contraband:). From the hotel to old Havana 15 euro by taxi. The hotel is in Miramar which is not very central, but a nice neighbourhood. When we asked for an extension of our stay, the reception price was 300euro/night, which was more expensive that the Marina Bay in Singapore. Overall the hotel is decent, a little bit of centre, the people, like all cubans, are very nice, but probably the "socialist management" of the country is to blame.
We stayed here for three nights whilst doing the Hemingway tour. First impressions were great, the hotel looks good from the outside and the lobby is impressive. The rooms however are tired and in need of an upgrade. The service is slow and the attention to detail on the last night was lacking, i.e. No toilet paper or water left in our room.
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- 317 rooms
- 3 Restaurants
- 4 Bars
- 2 Pools (including children pool)
- Fitness facilities
- Shops (fee)
- Beauty salon (fee)
- Shuttle to Old Havana (fee)
- 2 Twin beds
- Satellite TV
- Safety deposit box
- Mini-bar (fee)
- Hair dryer
- Max occupancy 3 persons
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H10 Habana PanoramaHavana,Cuba
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3rd Ave and 70th St, Havana Cuba
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