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Hotels in Central Havana, Havana, Cuba
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Central Havana
Finally a new hotel on Havana's Malecon; and a rather splendid one at that. The Terral Hotel opened in May 2012. All 14 rooms face the sea; the 2 suites have large roof terraces, and all the others have balconies. When people catch-on that these are in many respects the most desirable rooms in all Cuba you will need to book very well in advance. "El Terral"... Photos & more info...
Habaguanex
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From £57.48
per person
based on 3 adults sharing
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast
from 2019-05-01 to
2019-10-31
Central Havana
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The Deauville is an absolute bargain for its prime location, views, swimming pool & price; though for smartness, aesthetics & luxurious it is only a very Cuban 3 stars. East & West it overlooks the wide sweep of the Malecon, Northward is the huge expanse of ocean and the romantic Morro Castle and its famous lighthouse. The South facing rooftop pool terrace has a wide... Photos & more info...
Grand Caribe
City Centre Hotels
Family Hotels
Historic Hotels
From £89.84
per person
based on 2 adults sharing
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast
from 2018-11-01 to
2018-12-21
Central Havana
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The Lincoln is very well situated for access to Old Havana, Central Havana, Chinatown and Vedado. It is just across the road from one of Havana’s best Art Deco buildings, the Teatro America and from the Casa de la Musica, where those in the know go to dance. The Malecon, Havana’s Ocean Drive, is a short walk away. When Galiano Street (Avenida de Italia) was a grand... Photos & more info...
Islazul
City Centre Hotels
Historic Hotels
From £33.75
per person
based on 2 adults sharing
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast
from 2018-11-01 to
2018-12-21
Central Havana
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The Caribbean Hotel is possibly Havana’s best placed budget hotel. It is located halfway down the Paseo del Prado (The Prado), the border between Centro Habana and La Habana Vieja, and also very close to Parque Central and the Malecon. Most of Havana's attractions, including El Capitolio and the Great Theatre of Havana, are within easy walking distance. Sercotel Hotel... Photos & more info...
Sercotel Hotels
City Centre Hotels
From £27.25
per person
based on 2 adults sharing
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast
from 2019-05-01 to
2019-07-14
Central Havana
Not Reviewed By Nigel Yet
Since the Lido Hotel is in Central Havana, near the Prado and La Habana Vieja, it could hardly be more centrally located. It is not in one of the poshest Cuban streets. In fact many of the buildings are quite literally falling down around you; so it is best to walk in the middle of the road. A stark reminder of the consequences of the internationally recognised... Photos & more info...
Sercotel Hotels
City Centre Hotels
Historic Hotels
From £26.42
per person
based on 2 adults sharing
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast
from 2019-05-01 to
2019-07-14
Central Havana
Not Reviewed By Nigel Yet
Situated on the street corner of which it takes its name, Hotel Prado y Malecon is a modern hotel along the Malecon sea wall promenade expected to open in late 2018. A joint project between Havana based Gaviota and French company Accor, Hotel Prado y Malecon is set to have a range of modern features and furnishings throughout its 218 rooms including an infinity... Photos & more info...
Central Havana Guide
Along with Habana Vieja, Centro Habana is the most populated and overcrowded part of the city. It is a tumbledown residential / commercial area, the city's main shopping street, Calle San Rafael, traverses it from the Parque Central westwards. The large Partagas tobacco factory, directly behind the Capitolio, is the biggest export factory in the country, with 200 rollers turning out 5 million cigars a year.

Walking around this area you understand why Havana is sometimes referred to as a City of Columns; almost every buildings displays either one or a mixture of the Corinthian, Doric or Ionic types of this structure.
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