Posts Tagged Hotel 3 Stars in Old Havana

Hotel Lincoln

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Hotel Lincoln founded in 1926, halfway between the city’s historic center and modern area, the Lincoln Hotel is certainly Islazul’s best option in Havana.
Its private atmosphere is further enhanced by the comfort of its rooms and the great services offered at the bar, lobby bar, sun deck, and three restaurants: EL COLONIAL, which serves international dishes; EL CRIOLLO, which specializes in Cuba cuisine; and LA MONTANA DE ORO, which cooks Oriental and Chinese food. The hotel also has a gorgeous view of the capital’s northern coast.
At night, the top floor has in store for you plenty of fun with a Cuban show and Dancing music until the wee hours of the morning. And during the daytime, you can enjoy the services offered by snack bar and bar.
ACCOMMODATIONS AND FACILITIES
135 rooms and 10 suites (including the one in which Argentine car racing champ Fangio was staying before he was kidnapped) with national and international phone services, radio, satellite TV, video, fridge in the suites. air conditioning, and private baths.
3 restaurants, bar, snack bar, sun deck, night club, protocol room, money exchange, central safe- deposit box, medical services, and taxis. The following credit cards are accepted: Visa, Eurocard, and MasterCard.

 

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Hotel Park View

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Hotel Park View This is one of the newer additions to the Habaguanex stable and one of its better values. This old hotel, originally opened in 1928, has been entirely restored and remodeled. Rooms, while by no means large, are comfortable and inviting. Their biggest drawbacks are the tiny, 13-inch television sets and the smallish bathrooms, which have slightly cramped corner shower units. Three interior units on each floor have no window, while the end rooms are slightly larger and come with a small balcony overlooking the shady little park that gives this hotel its name. The seventh-floor restaurant serves up standard Cuban and international fare, but with a wonderful view over the Morro Castle.
Facilities:
Restaurant; 2 bars; tour desk; laundry service



Hotel Tejadillo

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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 Los Frailes

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Hotel Los Frailes on the narrow alleys of Old Havana, the Los Frailes Inn stands just a few steps away from the majestic convent of Saint Francis of Assisi and the populous Old Square. The former mansion of the fourth Marquis and Captain of the French Navy, Don Pedro Claudio Duquesne, once visited by the finest nobility, ecclesiastical dignitaries, military authorities, renowned artists, the best of Cuban and foreign society, has become today the perfect place to enjoy the voice of silence and meditation in the pleasant afternoons of the old city. Right at the entrance, a copper sculpture of a monk welcomes visitors, inviting them to an imaginary trip to a medieval abbey. Its lobby bar, comfortable rooms – only the 4 mini-suites have balconies – and quiet courtyard, decorated with outstanding works of art, its enigmatic and intimate atmosphere combined with the suggestive sound of a water fountain, invite you to contemplation and meditation in this exclusive inn.
Facilities:
Bar; concierge; tour desk; 24-hr. room service; laundry service; dry cleaning



Hotel Beltran de Santa Cruz

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Hotel Beltran de Santa Cruz an elegant XVIII Century house, located very near Plaza Vieja, opens its doors transformed into a welcoming inn.
The suggested combination of modern and old elements is the cause that praises the originality of its attractive design. This house of noble origin, constructed by the parents of Gabriel Beltran de Santa Cruz, first Count of San Juan de Jaruco, belonged afterwards to the descendant of the honorable Marques de Cárdenas de Monte Hermoso.The most distinguished personalities that visited the city at that time were entertained at this house, among them we have the Baron Alejandro Von Humboldt, an eminent scientist and the Dukes of Montpensier and of Orleans. This last became later King Luis Felipe I of France. In the old city, an exquisite hotel will mark your stay with an indelible remembrance.



Hotel El Comendador

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Hotel El Comendador Considered Exceptional for its intimacy and internal spaces, COMENDADOR is the perfect accommodation for retirement and meditation.
Its furniture, with simple renaissance elements and some refinished original pieces from our heritage combine to satisfy the most demanding clients ideas about modern comfort.

The former palace, like many of the oldest mansions of San Cristobal de la Habana, has a strong Moorish influence, with the main entrance to one corner.

Close to one of the most important squares in Havana, ( Plaza de San Francisco ) it is caressed by the sea breezes coming from the nearby harbor and entranceway to the Bay of Havana, which can be appreciated from the balconies of its magnificent rooms.

The Inn also boasts a typical 18th century tavern with the name of “Onda”, a region of Valencia Spain. On a rustic bar, different Spanish “Tapas” are offered along with exotic wines of the region.

Old woods from the original mansion were preserved during the restoration, old barrels and pictures from that region decorate the tavern and its outdoor cafe.

This property was originally built in the early 18th century by Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zagas and was refurbished in the 19th century when a mezzanine was added which distinguishes this mansion form others in the area.