Havana, the emblematic capital of Cuba, is a blend of modernism and colonialism steeped in the history and culture of its streets and buildings.
Come to our hotel in Havana and discover the famous cigar shops, the Cuban atmosphere and just get carried away by the rhythm of salsa and local singers. You will be charmed by the happy nature of the Cuban people and the beauty of this city!
Havana is a rich destination by virtue of its land, culture and the variety of its tourist attractions, with a broad range of recreational and cultural installations. You can explore the city's colourful streets, go diving in the underwater routes and savour its regional and international gastronomy.
Stay at our hotel in Havana to enjoy the essence of the city and discover unalloyed Havana. One of the most impressive places of Centro Habana is the Church of the Sacred Heart. This neighbourhood also houses the Barrio Chino (Soho).
Come for a stroll in the old area of Havana. You will discover its fortresses, its emblematic Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro and some 140 buildings located in the city's historic centre, which dates from the year 200 AD to the 18th Century; thus delivering a total fusion of things to see.
You must not miss out on calle Obispo, Plazas de Armas, the Old Cathedral, San Francisco de Asís, the Paseo del Prado, the city museum or the Avenida del Puerto.
This beautiful beach on the northern coast of the province of Havana is 65 km away from the capital. The main characteristic of the coast of Jibacoa are its coves and small sea caves, with a towering wall of rock with magnificent views of the beach.
Its crystal-clear waters have a nice temperature, and the seabed is carpeted by coral and thriving underwater life. The ideal site for diving and looking at the seabed. You can also do other sports and go horse-riding.
Beaches in the East of Havana
More than 15 kilometres of coastline, fine sand and clear blue waters stretching from Bacuranao to Guanabo, making up a sea circuit.
The best way of reaching the East beaches is by taxi (you have to arrange the price with the taxi driver first) or by using the Vía Azul service, which has 2 daily departures from the terminal in Nuevo Vedado to Santa María del Mar.
Night in Havana is a whirlwind of excitement-packed salsa or boleros. The best thing is its live music, so you really must attend one of the performances by its excellent salsa, jazz or son groups.
Pub-crawling in Havana at night means long walks, although the Plaza de la Catedral district tends to be very busy.
You really cannot miss out on the thing to do in the city, which consists of taking a few beers or a bottle of rum to the Malecón.
Havana boasts the best theatres on the island, particularly during the September theatre festival, where excellent traditional performances are put on.
For a few pesos, the cinema is a popular form of entertainment among Cubans and there are many comfortable cinemas scattered all over Vedado.
Havana is the capital of the Republic of Cuba, its largest city, the main port and economic and cultural centre with more than 2,135,498 inhabitants.
Enjoy Miramar, which is one of the main residential areas of Havana. The district par excellence of the embassies and the most beautiful houses, built in the styles of the 1930s and 1950s, so famous for its prestigious street: fifth avenue and its unique architecture.
It is also a good place for skin diving, fishing, participating in a seafari to the coral barriers or sailing in a comfortable yacht equipped for living on board.
Cuba has a damp subtropical climate with two defined seasons, the dry season from November to April (dry – 20oC) and the rainy season from May to October (summer - 26oC). The mean average temperature is 25oC.
The high season for tourism in Cuba is from mid-November to mid-March and in July and August, so the cities have more energy and a verve that does not exist in the low season.