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The interior of this hotel is beautiful, marble floors, high ceilings, sturdy furniture. Breakfast in the rooftop cafe with lovely views. Plumbing works [not trivial in Cuba], located in the old city, surrounded by restored 17th & 18th C. buildings, pedestrian streets. More convenient if...More
This is supposed to be one of the top hotels in Havana. I cannot imagine why. We had trouble from the outset when we couldn't open the door of our 4th floor room. After much pushing and scraping and noise, we did finally gain entrance....More
Once upon a time this would have been the most wonderful place to stay......
HOWEVER, having just returned from Cuba following a surprise Birthday celebration that my husband put together for me with 18 of our friends all I can say is we were all...More
You couldn't regret staying at the Ambos Mundos, despite the inevitable hiccups of being in a 100-year-old hotel that hasn't had a heap of maintenance over the years. It's right in the centre of Havana's car-free heritage centre with lovely walks and parks all around,...More
This hotel is rated as a 4-stars hotel. It is not!
The good: The staff is very nice and tries hard to be helpful
The 6th-floor terrace, where the (free) breakfast is served has a great view of old Havana , very helpful staff, and...More
Hello we were there in October. The only evidence of any damage was a slight damp smell when you first opened your room. Once the air circulated you got used to it quickly. Loveley hotel well worth the effort, enjoyed our... More
Hello we were there in October. The only evidence of any damage was a slight damp smell when you first opened your room. Once the air circulated you got used to it quickly. Loveley hotel well worth the effort, enjoyed our stay.
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"Avoid 5th floor, where Hemingway's room is a shrine for tourists."