A Look at Havana Hotels

Photo Feature by Elio Delgado

HAVANA TIMES, Nov. 29 — One of the main annual high seasons for tourism is beginning in Cuba as visitors from Europe, Canada and the United States escape the cold late fall and winter months in their countries. While we weren’t able to capture all of them, HT gives our readers a look at most of the hotels located in the capital city. Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “A Look at Havana Hotels

  • I just returned from Havana and I was amazed at the number of problems I incurred at various hotels. I experienced a day of “no hot water, non-working credit card machines, non-working telephones, and broken cajeras. This all happened within two days! Don’t be surprised if you have similar experiences when you travel. I think things are getting much more difficult. It was also difficult to order a mojito in a hotel as most of them had no “mint” and therefore, could not provide! It’s still good to travel to Havana but don’t let these kinds of things stress you! It adds to the adventure and you’ll have great stories on your return!! ENJOY!

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  • I LOVE THE CITY OF HAVANA BUT THE HOTELS IN MATANZAS AREA ARE BETTER AND LESS EXPENSIVE

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  • please help us! we are going to be in Havana for New years and want to have a great cuban experience. We want to hear music and book something in advance if we need to. we are 8 people!

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