Old Havana (Havana Vieja) Hotels

Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals homes - your guide to accommodations while traveling in Old Havana (Havana Vieja).
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Prado Colonial offers welcoming rooms in three different colonial homes in the heart of historic Havana. In addition to modern amenities, these rooms have atmospheres that echo the rich history of their surroundings.
Hostal San Juan is located a short distance from Havana’s historic attractions. This hotel was originally built in the early 20th century, and was recently restored to accommodate modern guests.
Casa El Mecánico is a lovely apartment in the midst of Old Havana. In the neighborhood you’ll get to meet people that pass the time with games of dominoes and rumba music.
In Old Havana you can find a cozy apartment called Casa Ruben. It has all the amenities you need while you’re exploring the oldest neighborhood in the city.
Casa Yushi offers guests a comfortable apartment in an Old Havana building that was built 1955. From the window you’ll be able to see the imposing building of the Museum of the Revolution.
Casa Yay is three blocks from capitol building in Old Havana. It is in an apartment building that has neoclassical architecture and was built in the early 20th century.
Casa Yaquis is a private apartment in Old Havana. From here you can walk to Old Havana’s waterfront to see some of the city’s most interesting cultural and historic attractions.
Casa Villa Nueva is a spacious house in a building that dates from 1805. While you stay here you’ll have a lovely space just a few steps from some of the spots that make Old Havana an incredible destination.
Casa Venezia is in a modern apartment building in Old Havana. While you’re staying here you’ll be a short distance from beautiful and culturally fascinating landmarks.
Casa Sonia y Tony offers you a private and cozy place to stay in Old Havana. From the balcony you can see the former President’s Palace, which is one of the most beautiful buildings in Havana.
Casa Sonia is in the heart of Old Havana. You’ll climb a flight of stairs to this apartment that has a lovely view of the other interesting buildings in the neighborhood.
Casa Sergio is a spacious apartment in the neighborhood of Old Havana. This part of town has some of the city’s oldest historic attractions and lots of services for visitors.
Casa Rosita is in Old Havana, and is located near some of the area’s nicest parks and notable historic sites. This cozy home is a great place to familiarize yourself with daily life in Cuba.
Casa Faro dates back to 1785. This colonial-style casona is very spacious and makes it easy to access the most interesting sites in Old Havana.
If you are looking for stunning views of Havana, you won’t want to miss the Casa Don Pedro's balcony. This is a charming place that will put you near the canal and right in the midst of Old Havana (Havana Vieja).
Casa Daysi is on Obispo Street, which is one the most popular and busiest streets in Old Havana. At Casa Daysi you’ll have your own private apartment, located walking distance from museums, shops, and historic sites.
Hotel Sevilla is named after the Spanish city of Sevilla, and you can see the influence of Spanish architecture in the hotel, specifically the elegant lines and mosaics of the Moorish La Alhambra Palace. This hotel is right on the Prado, within walking distance of some of the city’s most recognizable historical sights, including the capitol building.
Hotel Inglaterra was built in 1875, and today offers the same elegant panache that it had when offered accommodations to famous guests like poet Jose Martí and Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. On visits here, you’ll have easy access to excellent view and regular live music performances.
Miriam y Gómez is in Old Havana, a neighborhood which preserves Cuba’s Spanish history. This casa in a building that was constructed in 1920, and it is surrounded by colonial and neocolonial houses.
Located in the historic district of Old Havana, Hotel Palacio Ofarril is designed to make visitors feel like they are traveling though Cuban history. Each floor is decorated to reflect the style of a different century – the bottom floor in the style of the 18th century, the second floor is the 19th, and the third floor is the 20th.