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One of my favorite places due to its location is Casa Ana Julia. It's balcony faces the Gulf over the malecon and it is very close to The Hotel Nacional It is also secured and air conditioned. See Property Click Here Very centrally located. Very honest owner.
Hotels and Private Homes for Rent
Casa de Ana Julia
Havana Hotels - LIST/GROUP
Calle Baratillo No. 9 e. Obispo y Narciso López, Plaza de Armas, La Habana Vieja, Cuba. Tel: (537) 8608201
Calle Obispo No. 153 y Mercaderes, La Habana Vieja (Old Havana). Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. Tel: (53 7) 66-9530
Ave. 3ra.-A ye Cero, Miramar. Tels: 24-0473, 24-0474, 24-0597, 24-0598, 24-0603.
Prado y Neptuno, La Habana. Tel: 24-0411 Fax: 24-0413
A newly restored five-star, 281-room hotel in Old Havana. Rooms range from USD $100 to $220 depending on number of persons and whether purchased through an agent.
Calle L esq. 23, Vedado. Tels: 33-3704, 33-4011, 33-3706 through 13. Fax: 33-3141.
The former Havana Hilton is now known by its revolutionary name and is a popular, centrally located hotel. *****
Ave Malecón esq. Paseo, Vedado. Tels: 33-3733, 33-4051, 33-4214, 33-4219; Fax: 33-3738, 33-3739.
Built by U.S. mobsters during their Havana heyday, it was the island’s fanciest hotel. *****
Calle Oficios No 53 esq. Obrapía, Old Havana (La Habana Vieja) Tels: 62-3801; 33-5628. Fax: 33-5628.
The rooms surround the courtyard of the Valencia-style mansion of Councilman Sotolongo has balconies overlooking the bustling streets of one of the city’s most fun neighborhoods. The atmosphere is charming, the staff friendly and the rates very affordable, though be sure to ask for an interior room if street noise bothers you. ***
1 Mp. 8, Vedado. Tels: 33-4504, 33-3571, 33-3572, 33-3746; Fax: 33-3750.
A centrally-located highrise hotel built during Havana’s gambling days. ****
Dirección: Ave. 1ra. e/ 44 y 46, Miramar, Playa, La Habana, Cuba.
Tel: (537) 24 1037
Fax: (537) 24 2846
Paseo del Prado ·416 esq. San Rafael,Old Havana (La Habana Vieja), Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. Tels: (537) 60 8593 y 94; 33-8877, 33-8593; Fax: 33-8254.
Havana's oldest hotel, located across from the Parque Central. Its 1875 colonial architecture features a patio decorated in Valencian tiles and its location is ideal for visitors who want to spend time in La Habana Vieja. ****
Tel. 33-1730; Fax 33-1733.
A comfortable, clean, reasonably priced hotel in the quiet residential Kohly district, where many Cuban military officers live. ***
Consulado 216. Central Havana. Tels: 62-0653, 62-7000, 62-2046, 62-2046, 62-7000.
A no-frills, older hotel for those on a slender budget. **
Calle O esq 21, Vedado, La Habana, Cuba. Tels: 78920-21, 78980-89, 3335-64; Fax: 33-5054.
Overlooking the ocean from a perch atop Vedado’s cliffs, the five-star Nacional is grand, stately hotel with tropical courtyards, roving musicians and a star-studded international clientele. For those who like living large and lush in the Old World style, this is Havana’s numero uno address. Features two pools. *****
Zulueta esq. Neptuno. Old Havana (La Habana Vieja). Tels: 33-8583 through 90. ***
Calzada esq. G, Vedado. Tel: 32-7521; Fax: 33-3753. ****
Trocadero No. 55, Old Havana (La Habana Vieja). Tels: 33-8560, 33-8566 through 69. Fax: 33-8582.
The Spanish colonial courtyard is a key attraction.
19 No. 101, Vedado. Tels: 33-3510, 33-3625, 33-3630. Fax: 33-3109.
A small, elegant and reasonably priced hotel in the center of Vedado favored by business travelers.
Ave. Paseo entre 1ª y 3ª Vedado. Tel.: 333 636; Fax: 334 555.
Havana's swankiest modern hotel, this five-star palace along the Malecon is a jet-setter's paradise with copious amenities, a huge, polished marble lobby featuring a 24-hour bar with lots of action. It has 342 double rooms nd 120 suites of various sizes; satellite TV; direct telephones; massages; sauna; gym; executive center; and 24-hour room service.