Hotel Ambos Mundos
5 expert reviews
“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.”
"Hemingway's Havana hideout and the place where he is said to have penned his seminal guerrilla classic For Whom the Bell Tolls." Full review
"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."
"The tasteful rooftop restaurant is a must-see, offering beautiful vistas." Full review
Avoid rooms with inside views in favor of the 27-odd units with a view of Plaza de Armas.
"Hotel Ambos Mundos offers some of Old Havana’s most beautiful and historical lodging, set along the tourist-friendly Obispo pedestrian mall" Full review