Hotel Santa Isabel
6 expert reviews
“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.”
"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." Full review
"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." Full review
"The glamorous colonial-themed Hotel Santa Isabel has tradition and elegance combined with stylish 19th-century furnishings and a inviting marble-floored lobby lounge."
"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."
"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." Full review