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Hotel Armadores de Santander

Hotel

Hotel Armadores de Santander This majestic hotel stands up at a corner on the Avenida del Puerto, a main street which surrounds the perimeter of the oldest area of Havana. Its architecture and interior decoration resemble the style of those buildings located in the Santander harbour, Spain. Hanging from the ceiling you will find very similar lanterns used in old vessels, all along the three buildings belonging to the complex. Eclectic and neoclassic styles are shown in perfect balance in this hotel, where architectural integration was achieved after hard restoration work. Roman and Corinthian elements could be identified on both columns and faade. The original building was built in the 19th century. The name comes from tradition. Installation was originally used as main offices by several ship-owners from Santander, Spain, including the Count of La Mortera, owner of an important fleet that sailed the Atlantic Ocean bringing goods and troops to Cuba in past centuries. High comfort, good services standards and friendly personnel characterizes this 4 stars hotel. In this Hotel, you have the right to:A welcome cocktailSafebox service A 10% discount in our companys restaurantsFree entrance to the fallowing museums in the Historical Centre, just showing your guests card.-The House of Asia-The House of Mexico-Cigar smoking rooms-The Obrapias House-The Simn Bolivars House-Palace de Government-The Card Museum-The Numismatic MuseumImportant.



Hotel Armadores de Santander

Budget Hotel

Hotel Armadores de Santander, This majestic hotel stands up at a corner on the Avenida del Puerto, a main street which surrounds the perimeter of the oldest area of Havana. Its architecture and interior decoration resemble the style of those buildings located in the Santander harbour, Spain.

Hanging from the ceiling you will find very similar lanterns used in old vessels, all along the three buildings belonging to the complex. Eclectic and neoclassic styles are shown in perfect balance in this hotel, where architectural integration was achieved after hard restoration work.

Roman and Corinthian elements could be identified on both columns and façade. The original building was built in the 19th century. The name comes from tradition. Installation was originally used as main offices by several ship-owners from Santander, Spain, including the Count of La Mortera, owner of an important fleet that sailed the Atlantic Ocean bringing goods and troops to Cuba in past centuries. High comfort, good services standards and friendly personnel characterizes this 4 stars hotel.

In this Hotel, you have the right to:

  • – A welcome cocktail
  • – Safebox service
  • – A 10% discount in our company´s restaurants
  • – Free estrance to the fallowing museums in the Historical Center, just showing your guest´s card
  • – The House of Asia
  • – The House of Mexico
  • – Cigar smoking rooms
  • – The Obrapia´s House
  • – The Simón Bolivar´s House
  • – Palace de Government
  • – The Card Museum
  • – The Numismatic Museum