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The hotel offers the perfect view out over the renowned Fábrica de Tabacos Partagás and the Gran Teatro de La Habana, an important cultural centre of the Cuban capital. The building is now a luxury hotel that has been rebuilt from its very foundations. This new hotel has an elegant central courtyard, large floor-to-ceiling French windows, an ample colonnade and a breathtaking terrace offering a visual angle of almost 270°. The interior design of the Saratoga combines traditional materials and elements like wood, plaster, marble and iron with state-of-the-art technologies have all been designed to meet the service standards and comfort of guests and customers.
The hotel is the perfect place for visitors wanting to go to places of historical and cultural interest and enjoy the city's nightlife. Housed in a building that dates back to 1879 that underwent renovation work in 2005, this 7-storey business hotel comprises a total of 96 rooms, which includes 7 elegant suites and 2 rooms with disabled access, spread over a main building and an annexe block. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange facility and lifts in addition to 3 bars, a pub, 2 restaurants, a conference room and Internet access. Guests are able to take advantage of the room and laundry services as well as medical assistance that is available on request.
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ocated in center of the old City across from Capitolio fallowing are just some of the interesting places to visit around, Plaza de Armas, Plaza de la Catedral, is perhaps the most beautiful squeare in the Caribbean wich is surrounded by examples of the finest baroque architecture in the country, El Templete, Castillo de la Real fuerza, Palacio Capitanes Generales, Museo de Arte Colonial fine palace cnostrted in 1720, calle Obispo.
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Reviews: Hotel Saratoga
4.2decent hotel, overpriced, could benefit from new managementJames - Apr 23, 2017
Decent facility, prime location, capable mezzanine bar service, although like much of the Habana experience, ignorance of congenial service standards or lackadaisical half hearted resentment of the capitalist non native Spanish speaker(read:American) create a detectable indignation that permeates all tourist interaction. Travel to Cuba requires tempered expectations of service, transparency and straight-forwardness although in most cases the romance, beauty and history of Cuban culture outweighs the very evident short comings. I tried many lodgings from various corporate owned and independent hotels to private homes and hostales, but have yet to find the level of comfort or service that might entice me to return.