Club Havana Miramar Review Address: 5th Ave. between Calle 188-192, Miramar Havana My Review of Club Havana Miramar was done just before the one at Parque Josone Varadero for our sister site VaraderoReviews.com but, it's only now that I've gotten round to submitting it. Sorry? First off, those of you who know me are aware I play a – mean –†game of tennis, in fact outside of swimming, it's my favorite sport. That's why reviewing Club Havana Miramar was an ideal opportunity for me to brush up on my game. But weīll get to that later. Club Havana is a private Club that is minutes from all the hotels listed below and charges an admission fee to enter. The 25 CUC entrance fee is so small compared to the value of this place that it borders on the ridiculous for what you get. Some hotels like the Palco actually include Club Havana admission in their room rates, so if you feel you'd like to spend some time here after reading my review of Club Havana Miramar, you could always book at Hotel Palco and get in every day for free! Firstly a bit of history? During the 20s to 50s the building that is [...]
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Founded in 1908 is a remarkable construction of the colonial architecture. Located in a privileged place in Old Havana, in front of the Paseo Promenade. Sumptuous and friendly you can respire a protector and traditional Spanish atmosphere, where abound decorative elements of mudejar style, brocade tiles decorated with flowers and geometric figures. Its halls still preserve the splendor of bygone eras ant it offers all the comforts of a Four Star Hotel. Sevilla hotel was the first luxury hotel in [...]
It is an elegant edification in eclectic style located in a centric place of Old Havana,†right in front†of The Capitol Building, The Fountain of the Indian Woman and The Partagas Cigar Factory. Gregorio Palacios Spanish merchant built it between 1879-80 and at that moment was one of the most important hotels in Havana. Apparently, Its name is a remembrance of a hot springs bathing housed in The United States. Antonio Guiteras, ex former Secretary of Governing during the Grau San [...]
The Plaza hotel rises majestically with its image, at the gates of Old Havana, as a key input to a World of history, culture and Cuban. Opened in 1909, was once the mansion of a wealthy family of the time, the Marquis of Pinar del Rio. Had with the passing of time its cozy atmosphere of eclectic style, with its original interior courtyard, where a figure of woman-in-Carrara marble welcomes visitors. Included in decor original paintings from the colonial era, [...]
The Telegrafo hotel dates back to 1860 when it was located in the Amistad Street. Towards 1888, it was moved to its present-day location, the populous corner of Prado and Neptuno Streets. In 1911, it was completely built and when open, it was regarded as the most modern hotel of the city and one of the best 11 hotels in Latin America. It was the first place in the island where make use of the novel telegraph. For that reason [...]
Inglaterra hotel, declared a National Monument in 1981, is located in the center of town, across from Central Park, next to the Grand Theater of Havana headquarters of the National Ballet of Cuba, and steps of the imposing Capitol of the Republic. The neoclassical magnificence of its facade in keeping with the strong Mudejar accent of its interior decorations, give a unique elegance. It has hosted over the years, many celebrities, including Antonio Maceo, Julian del Casals, Hose Raul Capablanca, [...]