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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.
they all looked after me so well, the waitresses, maids, front desk, major domo, and omar the head of security. i loves how the maid did my bed differently every day. well priced, fantastic breakfast, scds of various fresh fruits, great omelets and eggs ham fish and even hamburgesa.
This place is wonderful if your priorities are liken mine: low cost, safe, central Havana, and really nice staff. If your plans are to spend as little time in your room and hotel but be outside learning and feeling Cuba (people, history, architecture, music, dance, cafe, bars, museums, bus tour, travelling/day trips to other nearby real Cuban villages etc..) and then getting back to the hotel for a last night cap and chat with staff and then off to bed and rise the next morning for a pretty good breakfast this place is perfect. If however, you plans are to spend 50% to 75% at the hotel (ie room TV, pool, 3 meals in hotel restaurant and free drinks at hotel bar) then maybe this may not be the place. So for example you want 2 walk around and really feel Havana for 2 days (which is a lot), then possibly 1 or 2 day trips to either or both Cojimar and Guanabo then this hotel is an excellent base camp. Specifically i like the hotels central location, great staff (great encyclopedia of information), the room was fine for sleeping and storing valuables/heavy luggage when I go out on day trips, bar was nice and friendly. If your going to Havana Cuba and you want both a big city experience and a Cuban village expereince (much less touristy and meet dozens of really nice, friendly and curious Cubans) take the 20 minute taxie ride to Guanabo. An unbelievably friendly, more relaxed/less hectic and more authentic Cuban beach village experience.Should you be interested in learning more about Guanabo and Cojimar just look up or punch-in online experienceguanabocuba for a lot more information and videos. If you do stay at Hotel Colina and spread yoru expereince teh big city and teh smaller town of Guanabo, rest assured when your finished you will come away with a much greater understanding and love for Cuba. And likely, like the many people i have met over the last 7 years and 30 odd trips to Cuba, will do anything to come back over and over and be thankful for saving some money on hotels to be able to return more often.Good luck, enjoy hotel Colina and maybe our paths will cross in Guanabo.
Well situated hotel, although a bit out of town. We had a room on the top floor, which was quiet enough and clean, however, running water was almost non existent and the room was tiny, but I suppose it was value for money in Havana.
Fantastic location near the University. Within walking distance to tourist area but away from the busy area. Lots of traffic similar to any other large population centre. Not everything worked consistantly,but staff was trying to remedy. Good breakfast included. Most staff were very nice and helpful. Hotel needs much repair. Close to cheap eats.
An average budget hotel in an excellent location. Only a 10 minutes to the water & 30 minutes to the capital building. Next to the University of Havana with plenty of good restaurants nearby. It has a small courtyard for drinks and meals and a large restaurant on the 2nd floor. The water or lack of it for showers, was the only problem I ran into.I plan to stay again during my next trip to Cuba.If you are use to 4 to 5 star ratings, this is not the place for you!
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
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- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
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- Front Desk
- Internet access (fee)
- Car Rental Desk
- Tour Desk
- Currency Exchange
- 1 Double or 2 Twins
- Air Conditioned
- Satellite TV
- Maximum Occupancy 3, Maximum Number of Adults 2
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Calle L e/ 27 y Jovellar Vedado, Havana Cuba
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