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Cuban architecture

Santa Isabel Hotel

The Santa Isabel Hotel, located at Plaza de Armas (Arm Square), is 20 meters away from the site where the village of San Cristóbal de La Habana, currently Cuban capital, was founded. The hotel is housed in the former mansion of the Count of Jaruco and later the Count of Santovenia, who transformed the building into a hotel in 1867 at the initiative of Luis Lay, who was born in New Orleans, in the United States. The three-story building is decorated with artworks by prominent Cuban artists, as well as furniture and ornaments that recreate the noble atmosphere of the 19th century.
After being reopened, in the late 1990′s, the Santa Isabel hotel still keeps the comfort and distinction that always characterized it. Besides, the building also maintains many of its original architectural elements.

Santa Isabel Hotel 7.0 de 10 from 3 reviews
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Rating: 7.0/10 (1 vote cast)
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  • Address/ Phone Numb: Baratillo St. #.9 bet/ Obispo & Narciso López. Hab.Vieja / +( 53 7)860 8201
  • Rooms: 27
  • Company: Habaguanex
  • Location: City
  • Price: from 74 USD (€58)
Hotel Services
Baby sitter
Bar
Boutique/Shop
Cafeteria
Fax or e-mail services
Internet access
Parking
Restaurant
Massage
Safety deposit box
Taxis
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3 Comments about “ Santa Isabel Hotel ”

  1. RUSSEL said... :

    Very good Hotel in the middle to old Havana excellent location, at the corner we found an excellent coffee shop we can see the sea an historic places ,rooms are clean , comfortable ,hot water at the shower

  2. share said... :

    The staff is friendly and cheery, the location is amazing Old Havana it is charming, room are well decorated and very clean too. The bartender offers a Cuban drink named mojito marvelous! Also we visited Bodeguita del medio it not far from there, definitely these hotel it is a very good choice.

  3. hot said... :

    Lovely Hotel and staff ,rooms are too small but pretty and clean ,it is very nice to talk with local who always around near the hotel we don’t stay in the hotel during the day we prefer visited some places in old Havana we only go to sleep and breakfast (breakfast excellent)

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