Rich history and eclectic modern style harmonize at this appealing hotel.
During the 1930s this hotel drew the attention of passersby with its regular musical performances in its colonnade. Today it is a top choice for Havana visitors seeking history, a touch of luxury and an Old Havana location. The 96 guest rooms and suites vary in style (some have a colonial look, while others exhibit a more modern, Art Deco-influenced atmosphere), and their contemporary artwork sets them apart from the standard hotel room. Signature details include mahogany accents and Cuban floor tiles, and amenities range from mini-bars to satellite TVs.
There are a spa and fitness center on-site, and the rooftop pool features attractive, Asian accents. For dining, the kitchen at Anacaona prepares Italian fare, while Mirador Saratoga serves Cuban and international cuisine from a rooftop setting, complete with an outdoor terrace overlooking the surrounding architecture. Bar Anacaona has a romantic, colonial-tropical mood, and the mezzanine bar features a relaxing mural of the Cuban countryside; it's the perfect place to enjoy a rum drink or Cuban cigar. Two meeting rooms are available for small business gatherings. Keep in mind that while one floor of guest rooms has been set aside for non-smokers, this is not a non-smoking hotel.