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Terrible experience. Do not put yourself through the anguish of staying here. Bedding was damp. Breakfast buffet very limited and bad tasting. Flies everywhere. No coffee initially when we did get some it tasted awful. Coffee machine dirty. One individual (barman) pestered me constantly, pretending...More
This is a good hotel by Cuban standards (Category 4 I believe). VERY pretty - Colonial Style, rooftop bar, lovely staff & antique lift. Situated in Old Havana, so if you have a coach collecting you to visit another area - you will need to...More
We stayed for 4 nights in total, 3 nights when we first arrived in Havana and later when we returned from Trinidad.
Initial impressions were good but that quickly changed when we got to our room.
Room was very tired, bedsheets crisp and clean looking,...More
Our experience began with a room key that did not work. The hotel staff said they would send somebody to fix it but the door remained faulty and took us several attempts to open every time. At no point did any of the hotel staff...More
The hotel is housed in an impressive building in Old Havana. It is very well located for exploring the old city. Check in was efficient and friendly (a woman who spoke good Portuguese dealt with us). The room was spacious but had no natural light....More
$103 - $347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#14 Luxury Hotel in Havana
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Always change money at banks, not hotels. The hotels take a high percentage skim off the top of the exchange. We were advised to change $US to Mexican Pesos before we entered Cuba. The exchange rate for Mexican Pesos to... More
Always change money at banks, not hotels. The hotels take a high percentage skim off the top of the exchange. We were advised to change $US to Mexican Pesos before we entered Cuba. The exchange rate for Mexican Pesos to Cuban CUC (the visitor currency) was much better than $US to Cuban CUC.