Hotel Soroa The clean and compact rooms at this mini-resort are not nearly as nice as those at Hotel Moka; however, the best rooms are those set up the stairs around the pool (nos. 16-24). Most have either two or three full-size beds, although a few have queen-size beds. The furnishings are simple and spartan. This place has a fair amount of group traffic and is also popular with Cubans, especially on weekends, when they gather around the large pool and the sound system is at full throttle. This is a good base for exploring Soroa, but I wouldn’t recommend more than a night or two here. One advantage is that the pool can be used by day-trippers for CUC$10, and CUC$7 of that can be spent on food and drink; there’s also a very well-stocked (food) shop on the premises. Facilities:
2 restaurants; 3 bars; outdoor pool; activities desk; massage; laundry service
Hotel Moka This is the principal hotel in Las Terrazas and the nicest ecolodge in Cuba. The first-floor rooms have vaulted redbrick ceilings, while those on the second floor have high-pitched ceilings. Each of the well-lit and spacious rooms has colorfully tiled floors and a small balcony; however, there are no queen- or king-size beds. The marble bathrooms come with a tub/shower combination and a bidet. The restaurant serves food that is neither spectacular nor imaginative, and I recommend that you take some meals at the nearby La Fonda de Mercedes and Buena Vista restaurants. You can also rent small villas, attached to the homes of local residents, on the little lake below the hotel. These are charming and all have bathtubs except one; one also has an additional outdoor shower. Facilities:
Restaurant; bar; small outdoor pool; tennis court; horse rental; activity desk; Internet access; laundry service
Hotel Bruzonis located near the Revolution Square and the National Theater. There is easy access to the historic part of the city and center of the city. The hotel has 48 rooms with air-conditioned; its decoration is simple and welcoming. It has a restaurant, a bar, a room to watch TV, rent of taxis.
This hotel is a good choice for people traveling on a tight budget; the only disadvantage is that the rooms do not have their own bathroom. However, on the positive side the establishment is well located right next to the bus station. The old colonial quarter of Habana Vieja is a 25-minute walk away, or just a short taxi ride.
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Hotel Riviera located along the Malecon, Havana’s waterfront boulevard, this elegant hotel is considered a classic among Cubans. Its proximity to the historical-cultural center of Havana, makes this hotel the perfect place from which to explore the city. In the night time the Riviera offers excellent entertainment featuring both the exclusive Salsa Cabaret and one of Havana’s top restaurants
Hotel Kohly is of excellent location, next to the forest of Havana, in the riverbanks of the Almendares River, with next places of interest as the Tropicana Cabaret and the Cira García International Clinic. Distant to only 15 Km. of the José Martí International Airport of Havana. It has 136 comfortable rooms that will allow you a gentle stay, outside of the reach of the bustle of the cosmopolitan city but to scarce minutes of the commercial districts of Miramar and El Vedado.
Hotel Comodoro Located next to the Meliá Habana , this complex has the feel of a South Florida condo community. The hotel rooms in the main building are acceptable, although I’d definitely opt for one of the one- or two-bedroom bungalows, which are housed in a series of two-story blocks spread around a maze of free-form pools. The bungalows all come with kitchenettes or full kitchens, making them a good option for longer stays. All of the rooms here have a balcony or patio. The Comodoro has a tiny patch of beach sand, which has been hauled in and set next to a natural pool created by a break wall just off the coast here. Facilities: 3 restaurants; snack bar; 3 bars; dance club; natural saltwater pool; a series of free-form freshwater pools; watersports equipment/rentals; concierge; tour desk; car-rental desk; business center; shopping arcade; salon; 24-hr. room service; massage; laundry service; dry cleaning
Hotel Aparthotel Montehabana the spacious serviced apartments are convenient for long stays and are an extraordinarily good value for the location. The apartments have small, fully equipped kitchens, living rooms, and spacious bedrooms. Balconies, with not much of a view, come with sun loungers. The building also has large, standard hotel rooms. There’s a bar, small supermarket, and Internet access on site. Guests can make use of the pool and tennis courts of the Occidental Miramar, a short walk away through the property. Facilities:
Snack bar; 1 bar; car-rental desk; shuttle bus to city center; laundry service
Hotel Club Acuario This hotel is a good choice for those who wish to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind. Although some would perhaps say that its distance from the city centre, a USD10 to USD15 taxi ride away, is one of its disadvantages, there is a free mini-bus service, twice a day, into the old colonial quarter of “Old Havana”. There is nothing to compare to the peace and quiet that surrounds the marina, a neighborhood where one can also find everything from a pharmacy to travel agencies, clubs, restaurants and bars; there are even boats available for hire to take a trip around the bay. The hotel also caters to the recreational needs of family groups.
383 Rooms, minibar, laundry service, restaurant, 24-hour room service, television, safe deposit, bar, hairdresser, swimming pool, childcare facilities, air conditioning, car-hire facilities
Hotel Tejadillo It’s hard to find a better located hotel in Old Havana. Just a half-block from the Plaza de la Catedral and La Bodeguita del Medio, and about 2 blocks from the Malecón, this recently renovated old mansion provides decent value and ample colonial charm. The spacious rooms have high ceilings, comfortable new beds, and Oriental throw rugs. About half of them come with fully equipped kitchenettes. Most are set around a typical central courtyard, with a central fountain surrounded by lush tropical plants and large sculptures. The biggest drawback here is the fact that quite a few rooms have no windows. Breakfast is served in a little dining room, or in a separate open-air courtyard. There’s a lively little bar here and it’s far enough removed from the rooms so as not to keep you up. Facilities:
Restaurant; bar; concierge; tour desk; laundry service; dry cleaning
Hotel Occidental Miramar This is an excellent four star hotel, which allows guests to combine both business and pleasure without any problems. It has a warm ambience and elegant style, and is located in the peaceful surroundings of Miramar, surrounded by beautiful old town-houses, embassies and shopping centres – a good area for leisure activities and tourists.
Modern and massive luxury hotel is an impressive and imposing presence in the heart of Miramar’s business district. It has nicer rooms than the Meliá Habana , but it’s 2 blocks from the sea and has fewer dining and entertainment options. The rooms are all at least junior suites, with one queen-size bed and a comfortable sitting area. The beds are some of the firmest I’ve found in Havana. The bathrooms are just a tad on the small size in proportion to everything else here. Only the eight end-unit suites here have balconies, although these balconies are large. This place does a brisk business in group and conference travel.
Facilities: 3 restaurants; 2 bars; lounge; large outdoor pool; 6 outdoor tennis courts (2 lit); indoor squash court; well-equipped exercise room; sauna; children’s center; concierge; tour desk; car-rental desk; business center; shopping arcade; salon; 24-hr. room service; babysitting; laundry service; dry cleaning; nonsmoking rooms.