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Discover colonial Havana staying at the Hotel Inglaterra, the oldest hotel in Cuba. Opened in 1875, the Inglaterra is currently one of the most classic hotels in the city. The building has been declared a National Monument due to its value as part of the Cuban heritage. Its beautiful neoclassical facade contrasts in its interior decor that recreates the atmosphere of the colonial period, beautiful stained glass windows, colorful mosaics, Spanish heraldic symbols, window grills, and roofs crafted detail. Guests can enjoy the exclusive restaurant and coffee bar. On the top floor, a terrace bar and grill offers magnificent views of the city. Located in a privileged environment in the most authentic heart of Havana. Along the Paseo del Prado, Central Park and the Grand Theater of Havana, is the ideal starting point for discovering the charms of Havana.
Reviews: Hotel Inglaterra
2.6My opinion about this hotel InglaterraGraham - Jan 30, 2016
This hotel must have been wonderful when it opened in 1875. It is considerably less so in 2016. Cleaning staff and restaurant and bar staff were very pleasant but front desk staff had a poor attitude. The rooms and bathrooms need major refurbishment and attention to the safety of electrical fittings. The cost of a stay is not far behind that of the Parque Central but so much else is. Need to get back to being a great hotel!
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Gran Caribe Hotel Inglaterra