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Our OpinionPlease note that hotel standards in Cuba tend to be lower than in other Sun Destinations. Unless travelers are familiar with the resort or Cuban hotels, we typically recommend that travelers book a minimum 4 star resort when traveling to Cuba.
OverviewIn the centre of Old Havana facing Parque Central. Approximately 25 km from the Havana airport and 130 km from the Varadero airport.
Stayed here for the first 3 nights of our visit to Cuba. Central location, downstairs cafe overlooking the street and park, very good for people watching also the lovely american cars. There is also a roof top terrace with wonderful views over Havana.The interior of the hotel downstairs and the upstairs hallway were stunning. Unfortunately the rooms were not, really need updating. We had one of the inner rooms and it was adequate for our needs as we were out most of the time.We did eat on our first night in the restaurant, but not much available on the menu and overpriced. Breakfast was a buffet and always found something to eat. Wifi was available but found it a bit hit and miss, you need to purchase a card from reception.Enjoyed our stay in Havana, but would not return.
It is verk seldom that i give a really bad reference but even My mild heart cant make up any good points. I have rewarded 1 point for the location - amazing. However the room was not what I had expected, the catalogue said charming and a little unmodern but that is not what I met, I met rundown and dingy. The halls to the hotel rooms are wonderful but once inside the room it was badly cleaned and run down. The hairdryer was pushed inte the tiles on a nail which loosened every time you pickad the hairdryer up, the bathroom door wouldn’t close, the headboard was dirty, the balcony was not clean with plaster And paint all over and the balcony handrail was rotten.I always think that what a hotel lacks in freshness it can make up for in service - not... the concierge was very rude senig that we stod at her desk she decided to chat with workmen rather than serve us and when she did come she looked at us as IF we were s*** under her shoe. Breakfast was bad, but it’s Cuba and you can’t expect the same standard as in Europe.
We stayed for our first 2 nights in Cuba at the Hotel inglatera, it is in an excellent central location where old and new Havana are divided. We had a triple room with a balcony. The building is beautiful and there is a bar downstairs on the side of the road with Cuban music. We dined one night at the restaurant (where breakfast is served) and wouldn't eat there again. Food was very average and over priced, much better dining options elsewhere. The rooms are noisy Day and night but that is to be expected re activity going on out side the front door. If you can get a good rate then yes stay a night or two. Big bathroom, aircon didn't work but we didn't need it, tv didn't work but we also didn't need it. Wifi available and worked pretty well. Photos are view from the room, the bar and the hotel
We stayed here for a week. This is Havana's oldest hotel, built in 1909. In certainly the best possible position in the city for sightseeing. Lovely interior decor, with tiles from Seville. A lovely pavement terrace with live Cuban music throughout the day and evening. Very nice rooftop bar and bistro. The food was average. Service throughout the hotel was excellent. Rooms in definite need of updating and are noisy, especially at the front. This did not deter us from thoroughly enjoying our stay. A must is a mojito on the pavement terrace listening to the wonderful music and watching the amazing vintage American cars. In all honesty we wouldn't stay here again, but certainly stop for a drink and snack.
We stayed at this hotel based on the location and historical nature (first hotel in Havana), but have to say that the rooms are not modern, bathroom is extremely dated, and the restaurant/ roof top bar are lacking an association between the price of the hotel and the value you get. The prettiest part of the hotel is the hallways and the high ceilings in the entrance / lobby. Would definitely not feel it is worth the price the charge.
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- 83 rooms
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- Internet (fee)
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- 1 king-size or 2 or 3 twin beds
- Full bathroom
- In-room safe
- Occupancy up to 3 persons (max. adults: 3 / max. children: 1)
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Paseo del Prado No 416 San Rafael y San Miguel, Havana 10200 Cuba
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