Welcome to Hotel Ambos Mundos, your Havana “home away from home.” Hotel Ambos Mundos aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Ambos Mundos, visitors can check out Plaza de Armas (0.1 mi) and Plaza de la Catedral (0.1 mi), some of Havana's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge and a rooftop terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
If you’re looking for a Spanish restaurant, consider a visit to La Guarida, San Cristobal Paladar, or 304 O'Reilly, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Ambos Mundos.
Best of all, Ambos Mundos makes it easy to experience many great Havana attractions like National Museum of Fine Arts, Palacio de Bellas Artes, and National Museum of Decorative Arts, which are some popular art museums.
Hotel Ambos Mundos puts the best of Havana at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We had to move from Hotel Florida, as we were informed that the hotel were carrying out work. We only stayed here one day. Although the move was a little inconvenient, were pleasantly surprised. Hotel Ambos Mundos had a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere. The staff and management were friendly and could not do no more for us. We were told that once we were settled that we could visit the Ernest Hemingway Museum which was a delight. Our bedrooms were situated next to Ernest Hemingway Museum. The rooms were tastefully decorated vibrant green and brown, the chambermaids greeted us with a cheerful "Ola". Bedrooms were comfortable, with crisp cleaning bedding. However, the showering only cold water was working. Apart from that I enjoyed my stay at the hotel and would have liked to have stayed a few more days here. Breakfast was provided on the outdoor roof top of the hotel, which gave visiting guests a view of the city, breakfast selection was good, a great improvement on the first Hotel, Hotel Florida. We had more choice and waiting staff were available to cater us to our needs. I would describe Havana as a musical city. Musicians situated almost everywhere playing music. Love Cuba.…
Absolutely terrible, should be closed immediately Dirty rooms, toilet not working, room doors not working, they had to drill it to let us inside the bedroom. They make your life really difficult, they don’t care about the customers. Terribly managed. I honestly think that this hotel should be closed. We arrived there after an 11 hours flight to find a dirty room and a broken toilet ( couldn’t use the bathroom ) the day after they repaired the toilet but our door was blocked ( couldn’t enter the room) had to wait hours before entering and they had to drill it. We went away in another hotel. By the way we paid 170 euros per night!’The days before our arrival we tried to contact the hotel to confirm our arrival time, called about 30 times , they never answered... this should have been a warning sign:( DON’t go there, look for another hotel. Santa Isabel is a good one)…
Visiting Havana for the 1st time and stayed at Ambos mundos for 3 nights. First 2 nights no hot water and barely had cold water in the shower. After asking at the reception, we received hot water for our last night there. First day there were no internet cards in the reception. The building is old, renowned in the city and we're nice to have the Hemingway room for visitors, as a museum. But this not mean you don't have to clean the bathroom for example.
This was where Hemingway used to stay in Havana before buying his own place, and there are tributes to him all over the hotel. It is styled as a classic old hotel, in furnishings etc. and even with an old elevator. The staff were friendly, and the lobby is a comfortable open area for a beverage. It is undergoing some restoration work at the moment. This was not disruptive, but meant that the hotel was a little quiet. (early Jan 2020)
A grand old hotel in the heart of Havana, where the great author stayed when visiting, before he and Mary bought their Finca Vigia property 16 K from the city. You can visit the room he stayed in. It is a kind of shrine. There is a model in the room of his fishing yacht Pilar, and other memorabilia. You can't stay in the room, of course. Once you visit here, then take a cab to Finca Vigia, beautifully maintained all these years after the author's death in 1961.
We were taken here by our tour guide whilst on a walking tour as the building is clearly famous for its links to Ernest Hemingway. As we were there, he encouraged us to have lunch on the rooftop terrace, especially as they serve "the best mojitos in Havana". Basically they'd run out of a number of dishes and due to us being vegetarian, all they could offer was spaghetti with a white sauce - literally that was it! As it was past 2pm and we were foot-tired we ordered anyway, accompanied by a couple of mojitos. The mojitos were very poor and we felt the whole thing was a rip-off due to the association with Hemingway. The website photos were clearly taken some years ago as they bear no resemblance to the tired and dated look now. The toilets had to be 'flushed' by pouring a bottle of tap water down them! If you want to visit the Hemingway museum or check out the view, that's fine, but don't bother with the rooftop restaurant.…
What a beautiful hotel with good location in the town accessible to public transport and very close to the shopping areas. They have good customer service with helpful staff. Also they have tasty food in their restaurant.
Home of the “Papa” legend, from the writings to the drinking and the infamous Brawling. Food and drink and a fabulous overhead view of old Havana cap the history of Ernest Hemingway when he came, saw and conquered the literary masterpiece Of the Caribbean Food average but the aura of the past is outstanding
Worth the 5 CUC to see Hemingway’s room, which is now a little museum. The old elevator leads to a rooftop bar with a great view of the city. Centrally located , so easy to pop in. Comfy piano bar downstairs.
Average middle class hotel I guess. If you don't expect too much you will do just fine. Breakfast is pretty extensive (at least when we were there). It's local is central which makes it possible to do the most things by foot. Buena Vista Social club is overpriced if you ask me.