Hotel Ambos Mundos
Memories of Hemingway haunt the halls, and a small museum, in this storied hotel.
Hemingway's ghost is one of Havana's most illustrious residents, but Hotel Ambos Mundos stakes a particular claim to the great writer's history. Living here during the 1930s, Hemingway wrote parts of Death in the Afternoon, Green Hills of Africa and To Have and Have Not at this home-away-from-home.
True fans will want to visit Room 511, which serves as a small museum preserving the space as it was when Hemingway stayed in it. Among the relics are his Remington typewriter and Winchester rifle. Hemingway is also honored in the house restaurant, Plaza de Armas, where the menu offers some of his favorite dishes. In addition, the downstairs lobby boasts a beautiful hardwood bar, and on the roof is a terrace for drinks and scenic views over Old Havana. Dedicated rooms are available for meetings and events.
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