Description: Palacio San Miguel Hotel Cuba
The Hotel San Miguel is a stone's throw away from Havana bay. This elegant architectural landmark stands out for its layout and good taste in the design of its rooms, showing the lifestyle of the well established Havana bourgeoisie of the 1920s. The building was purchased and modified around 1913 by Antonio San Miguel Segald, a prominent man in the field of humanities, altruist and well-known cultural promoter. Its comfortable rooms, the Grand Salon, designed for protocol receptions, the attractive lobby-bar and its stunning terrace-mirador with an excellent view to the three fortresses: El Morro, La Cabana and La Punta, make this a must spot for all travelers. The San Miguel and its highly professional staff will makeyourstay there unforgettable
Palacio San Miguel Hotel
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- Room facilities
110 volt power220 volt powerair conditioningbalcony or terracehairdryerhandicap facilitieshot and cold running waterminibarprivate bathsafety deposit boxSatellite TVtelephone
- Food Facilities
Breakfast nook: Pleasant dining on the lobby floor, accommodates sixteen. Light food, traditional breakfasts and childrens’ menu.
Lobby Bar: One of the most pleasant spots in the hotel, with a 14-person capacity. Traditional drinks, many from homemade recipes, including their trademark coffee in the style typical of Eastern Cuba.
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The Palacio San Miguel hotel is located at a walking distance from Havana's Harbor and La Punta and El Morro fortresses. The building was bought and modified in 1923 by Antonio San Miguel y Segalá, an outstanding man of letters, altruist and promoter of Cuban culture. This elegant architectural ensemble is distinguished by the disposition and good taste of its compartments, which show the lifestyle of the well-consolidated high class in Havana in the 1920s. Its ten comfortable rooms, the Grand Saloon, designed with pompous filigree to hold protocol banquets as in the 1920s, its attractive lobby bar and a captivating terrace with an excellent panoramic view to Havana’s Harbor make this place a concurrent stop for travelers who enjoy exquisiteness and good appearance. Havana's "José Martí" International Airport, 12.4 miles.