Hotel Inglaterra

Because of its worldwide reputation, some important folk have stayed here: from the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova

Hotel Inglaterra

Because of its worldwide reputation, some important folk have stayed here: from the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, to the controversial French actress Sarah Bernhardt, the famous matador Luis Mazzantini, and Brazilian theologian Frei Betto. Established in 1875 and declared a National Monument in 1981, it served as the base for some of the action related to the struggles for Cuban Independence. It was the site of meetings among intellectuals and thinkers, especially in the very lively The Louvre Café.
 
Central, beautiful, cultural
Providing easy access to Parque Central, the Great Theater of Havana Alicia Alonso (home to the National Ballet of Cuba), the Capitol Building, the museums of World Art and Cuban Art, among so many other special places, the England is also a magnificent building in itself. The splendid neoclassical façade leads into a Moorish-style interior, impressive for its amazing Sevillian tiled walls. All the rooms have their own bathrooms and are air-conditioned, decorated in a modern style and equipped for comfort. Not to be missed is its Gran Café El Louvre on the terrace outside the main entrance, bustling with musicians, artists, travelers, poets and all kinds of visitors to the city.
 
Hotel Inglaterra

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Upon arrival, the hotel serves its guests a welcome cocktail and there will be a courtesy bottle of Havana Club, Cuba’s rum, awaiting you in your room. Another courtesy for guests is one free hour of Wi-Fi coverage. On the hotel’s rooftop terrace you can delight in the wonderful view while the special services of the bar-grill let you watch your meal being prepared. During the day you can succumb to the pleasures of the Jacuzzi or solarium; at night, live music will accompany your cocktails. The meals at the El Colonial Restaurant are delicious and make sure you don't miss the breakfasts there, à la carte and mouth-watering.
 
The Paseo del Prado is one of Havana’s most important avenues. Its length marks the border between Old havana and Centro Habana, two of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. It is divided into four basic parts: Paseo, Parque Central, Esplanade del Capitolio and Parque de la Fraternidad.
 

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416 Paseo de Martí, La Habana

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