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Inglaterra Hotel, Havana City Cuba. 4 stars.

  • Start based on 58 reviews
  • $107.oo Per person
  • Destination: Havana City
  • Address: Paseo del Prado, No. 416 esq. San Rafael, La Habana.
  • Phone: (537) 8608596-97
  • Accept child:Yes
  • Description: Inglaterra Hotel Cuba

    The Inglaterra has witnessed more of Havana

  • Mapa de Inglaterra Hotel

  • Room facilities
    110 volt power
    220 volt power
    air conditioning
    balcony or terrace
    handicap facilities
    hot and cold running water
    private bath
    safety deposit box
    Satellite TV
  • Food Facilities

    The Inglaterra's restaurants will enchant you. The food is well-prepared, and the decor is a feast for the eye.

    Colonial Restaurant: Spanish-Moorish mosaic covers the walls and ceiling. Stained glass and detailed ironwork give the place a relaxingly airy feel. Each season a new menu is created, and the cover is designed by a local artist.

    El Louvre café/restaurant: An intimate space just inside the building, this spot is brimming with history. The meeting place for the so-called Louvre Youth at the turn of last century, young artists and intellectuals gathered here to talk politics and cause trouble for the Spanish authorities.


    La Sevillana cafe: Light foods and drinks make this a superb place to chat with friends. The tables are a feast for the eyes, each decorated by the work of a different Cuban artist. Enjoy simple sandwiches, strong coffee, cocktails and ice cream treats day or night; this outdoor bar is open 24 hours.

    La Terrazas bar and grill: Magnificent views are afforded by this roof top restaurant. Open 6 pm to 2 am. Monday, Thursday, and Saturday nights there is live Afro-Cuban music. Friday and Sunday's offering is a fashion show, accompanied by Cuban music. Try the Inglaterra Cocktail!

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    Average Joe

    not bad
    The Inglaterra Hotel, founded in 1875 and considered one of the oldest tourist establishments in Cuba, used to be a favorite place for gatherings. The building, located in Old Havana, features a neoclassical style with elements such tiles and railings which were especially brought from Seville, Spain and which give the hotel a touch of originality. Declared a National Monument due to its historic values, the hotel's location - near Paseo del Prado (Prado Promenade) and the Grand Theater of Havana, the venue of the National Ballet of Cuba - turns the establishment into a cultural center par excellence. It is 20 kilometers away from José Martí International Airport.

    Awfull 2Mosafer

    “Dirty rooms, dirty beds, old, dirty bathrooms ”
    Hotel Inglaterra was the worst hotel we have ever seen. We traveled to Cuba with an open mind (expecting shortcomings), arrived late at night and were shocked by the state of the rooms in this hotel. The lobby is magnificent, staff are nice and very helpful however the rooms are small, dirty (cockroaches, mould, dust and stains) and mostly without a window. There is dust absolutely every where! in the rooms, decorations and the corridors. The first room we were given was absolutely terrible, the bathroom was old, The toilet looked as though it was not cleaned for years! tilings were dirty, shower curtain mouldy and the sheets covered with dust and stains. There are no windows in most of the rooms, well there are but either boarded up or very high up without any view or function. We were shown 3 different rooms all of which were in no better condition. Finally a balcony room became available and we spent the night there with the sounds of the air conditioner keeping us up all night. The bathrooms door handles are terribly placed and turn in the wrong direction! I got my fingers trapped between the handle and the door frame several times. The rooms are crowded with furniture, the paint is peeling on the walls and the bathrooms are ancient! I couldn't understand why the hotel manager thinks filling the rooms up with furniture would make the rooms appealing! Each and every room that we were shown had different tilings and fittings in the bathrooms (not with a decorative purpose)! I have nothing against old fashion hotels but the rooms in this hotel are simply dirty, unhygienic, poorly managed and tastelessly decorated. The state of this hotel is not at all any reflection of the country's circumstances, modern facilities do exist in Cuba and there are various other hotels with clean rooms and proper facilities for guests.

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