Nacional De Cuba Havana
Most elegant and traditional hotel in Cuba, immersed in the style of the 50's.
Chateua Miramar Havana
Great city hotel similar to a postmodern fortress. Quiet and peaceful setting that combines the sea with the city.
Gran Caribe Vedado Havana
A hotel for experiencing the rythm of Havana's nights. In the middle of downtown, a few steps from the Malecón.
Be Live Habana City Copacabana Havana
Amazing instalations in front the sea with a Brazilian touch. Ideal for families and business men.
Starfish Monte Habana Havana
Modern city facility in the middle of a natural atmosphere, combining the woodlands and the sea.
Impressive 1920's style hotel on Avenue of the Presidents. Close to principal atractions, is ideal to meet and discover Havana's downtown.
Your romantic haven
Havana’s combination of coastal and Spanish charm makes it perfect for spending a romantic holiday with that special someone. A range of luxurious resorts and hotels keep you pampered while you explore the quaint city streets. Take a stroll along the Malecon (a waterfront esplanade), which comes to life on the weekends when the locals bring out the wine and good times.
Havana’s 4- and 5-star hotels, including the Iberostar Parque Central, Hotel Saratoga, Melia Cohiba and the Hotel Terral, provide sumptuous rooms and a relaxed environment, so you can focus on the important parts of your stay.
Family fun in Havana
This Spanish city isn’t just for couples and historians. Havana’s various attractions and activities leave it well-equipped to appease even the pickiest of family members. You can take a trip to the eastern beaches for a fun day out in the sun and surf, shop through the local stores, or enjoy traditional Spanish cuisine at a lively restaurant.
The historic Hotel Nacional de Cuba offers great views of the Havana Harbour and city. Spacious rooms keep everyone happy and there's plenty of entertainment available including concerts, pools, shops, tennis courts and a gym.
The port on your doorstep
Havana’s renowned port is one of the city’s most-popular areas, boasting a variety of traditional and international shops, restaurants and bars, attractions and activities. When you stay close to the Havana Port, you’re right in the middle of the city’s cultural and entertainment hub.
The Hotel Beltran de Santa Cruz has a charming Spanish feel and keeps you close to Old Square, where you can see historic buildings. Alternatively, stay at the Hotel Del Tejadillo, a fusion of three mansions from the 18th to the 20th Century. With the water and a beautiful park area right outside, you’ll find it hard to choose what to gaze out at from your room.