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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.
After two hotels with no hot water, I was able to find this old hotel right besides the Havana University, hotel has been renewed part of Isla Azul chain, small rooms, clean and hot water. No phone in rooms.
Do yourself a favour and stay in a Casa when you visit Havana. If you stay here, do not select the breakfast option - there were flies throughout the restaurant. The rooms did not feel safe, however were quite clean. The view is quite good the hotel is in an okay position, but there are better places in Havana if you want to access restaurants and the sites more easily.
We stayed there on the last night of our Cuba trip. As the first five nights of our trip we stopped in glorious homestay in Havana,the hotel was disappointing. But the location is good and staff is friendly. And cheap compared to other Havana hotels.
Its an okay hotel , initially I didnt have to be at this hotel but for some reason my agency changed it for this one for the first two days. Before travelling to Cuba, I thought that the food was discusting ( what people told me) but it was okay. For breakfast they offered bread, mango, popeyes , pinneaple , yogourt , eggs, bread and a couple of other Cuban dishes. The staff was nice and helpful . The air conditionner was working properly so I was satisfied with the room temperature. The only thing i disliked about the room were the showers. The water intensity was very low and there was no hot water. So I was not able to take a shower for two days. There is a snackbar next to the hotel where you can buy 1.5 liters water for 2 pesos. The place of the hotel is a good walking distance to the old city but it is in front of the University of Havana. It is a nice view from the room.
hola :) Me second visit to the Colina which was back in Jan. 2016. Again, no problema with the friendly staff. The hotel wasn't that busy at the time. Had water and warm water for 7 days :) The higher the floor the less water pressure for the shower. It seems like probably any hotel there is not that good and good suites :) My 1st suite was on the 2nd floor back of building. Not good :) 7 feet away from my window was the balcony of the apartment behind the Colina and the noise noise noise of some sort of electrical equipment was noisy. The suite was okay but very small. The next day moved to another room. 3rd floor, inner suite, that the windows looked out into the other inner suites. The room was okay, but the air conditioner wasn't removing the high humidity and the view, um :) 3rd day, there was a open corner suite 5th floor front of building. Nice! Great views, lots of windows, large suite. Nice! Again, i was fortunate that the Colina wasn't that busy. If you can and you do stay at the Colina try and get a upper corner suite looking out the front of the building. Nice! Oh yeah, each time i asked about another room, no problema, i was patient and polite :) The Colina is a decent Cuban hotel that is affordable to me, bought with a travel package from Canada :) I'd stay again, but it, for now doesn't seem available :( ps - but i will get to stop by and enjoy a beer or a coffee outside at the bar, if there is room to sit :) pss - Colina good location, walking distance or cheap cab to Vieja, and Vedado has less tourists with more trees :)
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Calle L e/ 27 y Jovellar Vedado, Havana Cuba
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