Old Havana (Havana Vieja) Hotels
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.
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.