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Hotel Comodoro

Hotel

Hotel Comodoro Located next to the MeliĆ” 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 Montehabana

Hotel

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 Chateau Miramar

Hotel

Hotel Chateau Miramar This place is attempting to stake out the boutique business-class market. For lack of any competition, it is doing just that, although it doesn’t have the warmth, charm, or personality I’d expect in a high-end boutique hotel; for anyone here on business, I’d recommend any of the large business-class hotels in town over this option. The standard rooms here are on the small side, while the junior suites and suites are more than ample. The decor is rather nondescript and impersonal, although the marble bathrooms are spacious. Most rooms come with a private balcony, and some of these are quite roomy. Suite no. 416 is the best room and view in the house, while any room with a number ending in 09 through 16 will have an ocean view. One of the more unique and appealing features here is the fact that each room comes with a 21-inch flatscreen television, equipped with Wi-Fi. The hotel is right on the waterfront, just behind the National Aquarium.
Facilities:
Restaurant; snack bar; bar; lounge; outdoor pool; car-rental desk; business center; 24-hr. room service; laundry service