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I guess my title sums it all up. This is my 5th visit to Havana and all five trips I've stayed at this hotel.
I've seen a lot of changes over the last few years, including a considerable rate increase since Cuba opened up (for...More
A beautiful old building that lacks basic maintenance and the staff does not care. Our bathroom floor was flooded from underfloor pipes with every shower and although I reported it, it was obvious nothing was going to be done. The towel rails were falling off...More
This is a hard review to write since hotel standards in Cuba are going to be radically different than what you would find in the United States. I read the myriad mixed reviews but decided to go in with an open mind and expectations low...More
My other half & I stayed here for 3 nights before going on to Varadero. I have to say it was just what we wanted for our stay in Havana; excellent location right in the middle of the old town, clean rooms, free safe in...More
We had booked accommodation at the Hotel Marques de Prado Ameno but on arrival were directed to the Hotel Florida which is in the same adjoining building.On arrival we were informed that the Hotel Marques had no rooms with windows but that 3 rooms had...More
$113 - $277 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#19 Luxury Hotel in Havana
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Response from GrumpyDykes | Reviewed this property |
The hotel has no car park. However our hotel room overlooked a small car park on the side road (Cuba) alongside the hotel. It is on the junction of Obispo and Cuba. There is a barrier and it is manned by an attendant... More
The hotel has no car park. However our hotel room overlooked a small car park on the side road (Cuba) alongside the hotel. It is on the junction of Obispo and Cuba. There is a barrier and it is manned by an attendant, usually a young woman who sits in a cubicle.
I would guess the car park takes about 20-30 cars but I never saw it full up.
I would agree with everyone else's comments in that you don't need a car in the city, only if you are going further afield.