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Hotel Saratoga

Downtown Havana 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Cuba's leading upscale boutique-hotel, this property rises on virtually every level to meet high expectations — Star Service

The interior of this superplush hotel is dripping with lavishness and the sleek bars and ritzy lounge areas give the impression of a Humphrey Bogart movie set. — Rough Guide

The glittering Saratoga is an architectural work-of-art that stands imposingly at the intersection of Prado and Dragones with fantastic views over toward the Capitolio. — Lonely Planet

Yes, you read that correctly. This beautiful bar at the Saratoga Hotel is a place for both drinking and smoking. Now forgotten in the US, this used to be how most people passed their... — Afar Magazine

A 19th-century Neo-Classical gem, Hotel Saratoga is decorated with stylish contemporary furniture and tasteful color schemes bringing in a new level of sophistication. — DK Eyewitness

Iberostar Parque Central

Downtown Havana 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This vast hotel, which is right on the park for which it's named, offers many modern creature comforts as well as a convenient location. — Fodor's

One of Havana’s best hotels includes a buffet breakfast, in-house spa, rooftop pool, and plenty of extras — Jetsetter

Catering principally to business travelers, but also drawing discerning tourists, this hotel enjoys a superb location on the north side of Parque Central, only steps from such major sights. — Star Service

A contemporary conversion of a colonial building, the Hotel lberostar Parque Central has stylishly appointed rooms with antique reproductions and most modern facilities. — DK Eyewitness

Service is relatively efficient and attentive, something that cannot always be said about most other hotels in La Habana Vieja. The rooftop pool and surrounding views are priceless. — Frommer's

Hotel Nacional de Cuba

Downtown Havana 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting on a high bluff overlooking the Malecón, this is Havana's signature hotel, and it's loaded with atmosphere. — Frommer's

One of Havana’s best-looking hotels, with the air of an Arabian palace. — Rough Guide

The cherry on the cake of Cuban hotels... is as much a city monument as it is an international accommodations option. — Lonely Planet

Billed as the country's flagship hotel, the Nacional is a stand-out in more ways than one — Star Service

Memorabilia of such famous (and infamous) guests as Winston Churchill, Ava Gardner, Frank Sinatra, and Meyer Lansky, the Nacional still buzzes... though rooms are disappointing. — Fodor's

Melia Habana

Playa & Marianao 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Very professional hotel in the heart of the business district. — Rough Guide

This modern luxury hotel is set on a coral ledge on the edge of the Caribbean. — Frommer's

Most staffers are courteous and conscientious, and above-average service (at least for Cuba) is the norm. — Star Service

One of the city's stellar, modern properties frequented by business and leisure travelers. — Fodor's

The upscale, 397-room Melia Habana has a firm place as one of the top handful of hotels in Havana, along with the Parque Central, Melia Cohiba, and Hotel Nacional. — Oyster

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Hotel Los Frailes

Havana 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Habana Vieja's most popular themed property, this boutique-hotel attracts crowds all day long — Star Service

Unique in character, this moody little place is themed on a monastery, with staff dressed as monks. — Rough Guide

As a former monastery, the three-pearl Hotel Los Frailes offers plenty of history and a healthy dose of religious-themed kitsch, right down to staff members dressed as friars — Oyster

There's nothing austere about Los Frailes (the friars), despite the monastic theme (the staff wears hooded robes) inspired by the nearby San Francisco de Asís convent. — Lonely Planet

While I find the staff dressed in mock monk garb a little bit cheesy... this is still a lovely little hotel located in the heart of La Habana Vieja. — Frommer's

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Hotel Conde de Villanueva

Downtown Havana 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you want to splash out on one night of luxury in Havana, check out this highly lauded colonial gem. — Lonely Planet

This place is geared toward cigar freaks, and only true aficionados should stay here. — Frommer's

Despite its relatively small size this place packs in several other charming communal spaces, including a fantastic cellar-style restaurant and a courtyard heaving with plants. — Rough Guide

Hotel in Cuba that doubles as an authentic cigar shop. — Afar Magazine

It was designed as the private enclave for cigar aficionados, so there's an on-site smoke shop and cigar club. — Fodor's

Hotel Santa Isabel

Havana 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the most highly touted hotels of the Habaguanex chain, and it is a lovely little hotel, wonderfully located on the eastern end of the Plaza de Armas. — Frommer's

Considered one of Havana's finest hotels, as well as one of its oldest... the Hotel Santa Isabel is housed in the Palacio de los Condes de Santovenia, the former crash pad of a decadent Spanish count. — Lonely Planet

Best views here are to be had in rooms and junior sweets that overlook the popular Plaza de Armas, with its many booksellers, artists, and restaurants. — Fodor's

One of the most exclusive of Habana Vieja’s hotels, this impressively restored eighteenth-century building features colonial-style furnishings in all the rooms and a fountain in the idyllic arched courtyard. — Rough Guide

The vibe is regal, bordering on stuffy, but the sophistication is understated and inviting. Common amenities are limited to a beautiful patio bar and gourmet alfresco restaurant. — Oyster

Hotel Raquel

Downtown Havana 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the newer additions to the Habaguanex chain, and yet another stunningly restored old building. — Frommer's

Handsome and sleek with Art Deco touches, this is an unexpectedly upmarket hotel given its low-key side-street location. — Rough Guide

Behind its impressive architecture, the Raquel offers well-presented if noisy rooms, a small gym/sauna, friendly staff and a great central location. — Lonely Planet

A renovated Art Nouveau stunner, this popular hotel, located close to Plaza Vieja, exudes style and charm. — DK Eyewitness

Occupies a beautiful historic building with impressive architecture and interiors...in a prime Old Havana location that's close to restaurants, nightlife, and popular tourist sights. — Oyster

Hotel Florida

Downtown Havana 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The upper-middle-range Hotel Florida is a historic property situated in a prime location at the center of Old Havana, close to many popular tourist sights. — Oyster

One of the top choices in Habana Vieja. Its simple room design, lovely architecture, and quality fixtures give it an edge over many of the district hotel picks. — Fodor's

There’s a perfect blend of modern luxury and colonial elegance with marble floors, iron chandeliers, birds singing in the airy stone-columned central patio and potted plants throughout. — Rough Guide

They don't make them like this anymore. The Florida is an architectural extravaganza built in the purest colonial style, with arches and pillars clustered around an atmospheric central courtyard. — Lonely Planet

Built in 1836 and turned into a hotel in 1885, the Florida is stately and elegant, but be aware that a couple of the rooms don't have any windows. — Frommer's

Melia Cohiba

Downtown Havana 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting just off the Malecón, this hotel, with its sharp angles and alternating walls of stone and glass, is probably the most modernist building in Havana. — Frommer's

Rates among Cuba's best. It does a superb job of providing efficient service and support for executives on the move. — Fodor's

This striking contemporary high-rise launched the Havana hotel scene into the modern age when it opened in 1994 — Star Service

A modern high-rise close to the Malecon, the Hotel Melia Cohiba is one of Havana's finest. — DK Eyewitness

Cuba's sharpest and best-quality city hotel is an ocean-side concrete giant built in 1994... that will satisfy the highest of international expectations. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Roc Presidente

Downtown Havana 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 258-room, mid-range hotel in Vedado is notable for its charming lobby filled with antiques and its 10-story height that allows for terrific ocean views from some rooms. — Oyster

The Presidente is Vedado’s most charismatic hotel. — Rough Guide

This is an elegant Vedado hotel. The impeccable Victorian-style lobby features black-and-white marble floors, pink marble wainscoting, and real antiques. — Frommer's

Soothe your weary traveler's soul... head immediately to your comfortable room overlooking the pool and the Straits of Florida beyond. — Fodor's

Fully restored in 2000, this art deco influenced hotel wouldn't be out of place on a street just off Times Sq in New York. — Lonely Planet

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Memories Miramar Havana

Playa & Marianao 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This modern and massive luxury hotel is an impressive and imposing presence in the heart of Miramar's business district. — Frommer's

The 427-room, upper-middle-range Memories Miramar is a competitively priced option with facilities to rival those at the more upscale Melia Habana. — Oyster

A large and stylish modern option on Miramer's main boulevard, the sprawling Occidental Miramar combines colonial and modern elements. — DK Eyewitness

Professional staff, great business facilities and high standards of service throughout are par for the course here. — Lonely Planet

Despite its uninspiring facade, the sleek interior and smooth, professional service make this an excellent choice. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Ambos Mundos

Downtown Havana 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hemingway's Havana hideout and the place where he is said to have penned his seminal guerrilla classic For Whom the Bell Tolls. — Lonely Planet

The tasteful rooftop restaurant is a must-see, offering beautiful vistas. — Fodor's

Hotel Ambos Mundos offers some of Old Havana’s most beautiful and historical lodging, set along the tourist-friendly Obispo pedestrian mall — Oyster

This stylishly artistic 1920s hotel, where Ernest Hemingway stayed between 1932 and 1939, is bang in the heart of the most visited part of Habana Vieja. — Rough Guide

Breakfast is served on the rooftop patio under shady arbors with a wonderful view of the harbor and La Habana Vieja; this is also a great spot for a refreshing drink any time of day or night. — Frommer's

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Hotel Deauville

Downtown Havana 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Plain, seafront, high-rise hotel with the brightest and best-appointed rooms among the relatively modest selection in Centro Habana, many with fantastic views of the Malecón, Habana Vieja and Vedado. — Rough Guide

Such a good deal that the clientele is usually an interesting collection of students, professors, and the occasional writer. What's more, the disco is one of the city's hottest. — Fodor's

A long-term fixture on the Malecón, this former Mafia gambling den doesn't quite match up to the stellar views. — Lonely Planet

This place doesn't look like much from the outside and things don't get significantly better inside. — Frommer's

The lower-middle-range Hotel Deauville is an iconic Art Deco landmark with a colorful mob history and an incredible address -- right on the Malecon, overlooking Havana Bay — Oyster

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Hotel Telegrafo

Downtown Havana 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This restored hotel is actually over a century old, yet it has the boldest and most contemporary architecture and post-modern interior design in town. — Frommer's

This bold royal-blue Habaguanex beauty on the northwest corner of Parque Central juxtaposes old-style architectural features (the original building hails from 1888) with futuristic design flourishes. — Lonely Planet

The atmospheric, mid-range Hotel Telegrafo has an excellent central location, parked right at the end of Prado Street and looking toward the Malecón. — Oyster

Built from the shell of a nineteenth-century hotel, this fine four-star is actually mostly a modern construction, incorporating some of the building’s original features. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Inglaterra

Downtown Havana 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This classic hotel, the oldest in Havana, is in a superb location on the lively Parque Central. — Rough Guide

This is yet another of the more historic and better located hotels in Havana, although it's definitely showing its age -- it's been in business since 1875. — Frommer's

The ground-floor Gran Café del Louvre is a great people-watching spot, the roof-terrace restaurant has nonpareil views, and all the sights of Centro and La Habana Vieja are a short walk away. — Fodor's

It was José Martí's one-time Havana hotel of choice and it's still playing on the fact – which says something about the current state of affairs. — Lonely Planet

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Four Points by Sheraton Havana

Playa & Marianao 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Removed from the city center, the four-pearl Four Points by Sheraton Havana sits in the tranquil neighborhood of Miramar surrounded by embassies and an ecological park. — Oyster

There are plenty of facilities, including large rooms, gym, pool, restaurants and a business center. — Lonely Planet

An urban oasis tucked away from the capital's busy business center, this property is a mix of colonial and modern architecture in one of Havana's most exclusive neighborhoods — Star Service

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Park View Hotel

Downtown Havana 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Unusual in Habana Vieja, this is a relatively regular high-rise town hotel, albeit more sophisticated than its equivalents in Centro Habana. — Rough Guide

Built in 1928 with American money, the Park View's reputation as the poor man's 'Sevilla' isn't entirely justified. Its location alone (within baseball-pitching distance of the Museo de... — Lonely Planet

This is one of the newer additions to the Habaguanex stable and one of its better values. — Frommer's

The 55-room, lower-middle-range Park View Hotel is best suited for urban explorers looking for an inexpensive place to sleep. — Oyster

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Casa 1932

Downtown Havana 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The charismatic owner, Luis Miguel, is an art deco fanatic who offers his house as both boutique private homestay and museum to the 1930s, when his preferred architectural style was in... — Lonely Planet

The Jazz Age is still alive inside this remarkable, tightly packed ground-floor apartment. — Rough Guide

The upper-middle-range Casa 1932 is a beautifully restored guest house unfolding like a treasure trove of Art Deco, Nouveau, and antique details all curated by Luis, the larger-than-life owner/host — Oyster

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Hotel Victoria

Downtown Havana 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Small and extremely friendly, with only 28 rooms and attentive service, the Victoria feels like a private hotel, and features a small swimming pool. — Rough Guide

May be modest, but it has much to recommend it. It's one of Vedado's few intimate establishments. — Fodor's

This little business-class hotel is one of the few boutique-style hotel options in Vedado. — Frommer's

A well-heeled and oft-overlooked Vedado option, the diminutive five-story Victoria is a venerable Gran Caribe establishment housed in an attractive neoclassical building dating from 1928. — Lonely Planet

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