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The choice wasTthe Florida or the International. I prefer the Florida. International is near water. The Florida had history and charm.Tall, tall ceilings, modern bathroom, balcony that let in the breeze ( a/c too). Pleasant rooms and historical/ tropical decor throughout the property. Service was...More
The Florida hotel is centrally located in the old town of Havana , which is unfortunately the only positive thing I can mention. The hotel is in an historical building , but not maintained at all. Rooms were without windows , not properly cleaned. Plaster...More
Nice hotel in the center of Old Havana.
3 star / clean / plenty of water & AC.
Steps from everything old Havana has to offer.
Get a room with the balcony!
Staff is just ok, lobby is a great place for wifi
I guess my title sums it all up. This is my 5th visit to Havana and all five trips I've stayed at this hotel.
I've seen a lot of changes over the last few years, including a considerable rate increase since Cuba opened up (for...More
A beautiful old building that lacks basic maintenance and the staff does not care. Our bathroom floor was flooded from underfloor pipes with every shower and although I reported it, it was obvious nothing was going to be done. The towel rails were falling off...More
US$111 - US$281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#19 Luxury Hotel in Havana
Number of rooms
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Response from GrumpyDykes | Reviewed this property |
The hotel has no car park. However our hotel room overlooked a small car park on the side road (Cuba) alongside the hotel. It is on the junction of Obispo and Cuba. There is a barrier and it is manned by an attendant... More
The hotel has no car park. However our hotel room overlooked a small car park on the side road (Cuba) alongside the hotel. It is on the junction of Obispo and Cuba. There is a barrier and it is manned by an attendant, usually a young woman who sits in a cubicle.
I would guess the car park takes about 20-30 cars but I never saw it full up.
I would agree with everyone else's comments in that you don't need a car in the city, only if you are going further afield.