Old Havana Hotels

Hotel Sofitel Sevilla  

Sofitel Sevilla, Old Havana The Hotel Sevilla is a masterpiece of colonial architecture, luxurious and familiar, which welcomes its visitors in the best tradition of Havana hospitality.

When it opened its doors on March 22, 1908, it became Havana's leading turn-of-the-century luxury hotel.

Prices From:   USD$   67 (per room/night)

Hotel Saratoga Palace  

Saratoga, Old Havana Standing on the western edge of the Historical Centre of the city, its elegant façade overlooks the other nineteenth century architectural glories of the Prado and Parque Central. The interiors, designed by European consultants, are simple, spacious, elegant and exceedingly comfortable.

Prices From:   USD$   176 (per room/night)

Hotel Santa Isabel  

Santa Isabel, Old Havana The typical colonial mansion has spacious rooms, decorated in the 19th century style; an elegant restaurant and an exclusive central patio completing the exclusive and beautiful setting. From its magnificent terrace-lookout, you can enjoy a splendid view of Havana Harbor and of the old buildings in the city.

Prices From:   USD$   98 (per room/night)

Hotel Hostal Valencia  

Valencia, Old Havana A beautiful interior patio of exuberant vegetation, a splendid place to rest and to refresh with nice cocktails, gives a welcoming touch to this inn.

This inn is called “La Casa de Valencia” in Havana because it is a place to worship the Valencia Spanish Region tradition.

Prices From:   USD$   51 (per room/night)

Hotel Raquel  

Raquel, Old Havana It is an elegant inn, which creates a world allegorical to the Hebrew culture and extends its symbolism to the feminine figure, the beauty and love.
All this is conciliated by the romantic atmosphere offered by the Art Noveau style style which is prominent in its architecture and also in its expressive electrical designs.

Prices From:   USD$   64 (per room/night)

Hotel Inglaterra  

Inglaterra, Old Havana The Hotel Inglaterra is the oldest hotel in Cuba was inaugurated in 1875. The Inglaterra is currently one of the oldest and most classic hotels in the city. The building has been declared a National Monument due to its value as part of Cuba 's heritage.

Prices From:   USD$   39 (per room/night)

Hotel Ambos Mundos  

Ambos Mundos, Old Havana Ambos Mundos Hotel is an intimate and welcoming place that stands out because of its history. At the beginning of the thirties, Ernest Hemingway , the American writer, stayed at this hotel and wrote the first chapters of his novel ´For Whom the Bells Toll' because he said... it was a good place to write...

Prices From:   USD$   64 (per room/night)

Hotel Aparthotel Montehabana  

Gaviota Aparthotel Montehabana, a modern aparthotel that is located in the residential Miramar neighborhood, very near to the seafront, in an area full of business offices and diplomatic representations, such as Miramar Trade Centre, also very near to the most famous avenue: 5ta. Avenida and surrounded by several shops.
Monte Barreto is a site of Reparto Miramar, in the west of Havana, where now stands the modern Aparthotel

Prices From:   USD$   38 (per room/night)

Hotel El Comendador  

This beautiful 18th century house belonged in the 19th century to the family of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, “Regent of the Order of Isabel the Catholic”.
The Hotel Comendador, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city’s older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides. The house, in a privileged spot thanks to its proximity to Arms Square and San Francisco Square, receives the sea breeze blowing in from the port, visible from the balconies of its comfortable rooms.

Prices From:   USD$   69 (per room/night)

Hotel El Mesón de la Flota  

Being a port city, Havana was always open to sea trade from all corners of the world. On the Mercaderes street, a short distance from the bay and the historical Old Square, El Meson de la Flota opens its doors to visitors, bringing back the image of the old 18th and 19th century inns; those that serves as a meting place for sailors from the legendary galleon fleet during their stay in Havana.

Prices From:   USD$   51 (per room/night)