Up till recently, discerning visitors have bemoaned the lack of a really luxurious hotel in Havana. The Saratoga, which opened in November 2005, has rectified the situation. Standing on the western edge of the Historical Centre of the city, its elegant façade overlooks the other nineteenth century architectural glories of the Prado and Parque Central.. visit our Hotel Saratoga Habana website to more details.
Hotel Parque Central
The Hotel Central Park occupies the whole block of the street Neptune between the interceptions of Grassland and Zulueta, in front of the Central Park, thanks to its excellent location, the main tourist attractions of the old Havana are at little distance of the hotel, it is guarded by numerous famous constructions as The Capitol and Great Theater of Havana, known by their excellent ballet presentations.. visit our Hotel Parque Central website to more details.
Hotel Santa Isabel
The Santa Isabel is the grandest of Old Havana’s hotels, and its location is perfect: it stands on the eastern side of the Plaza de Armas, Havana’s earliest and most beautiful colonial square. The building is an eighteenth century mansion which was constructed for the Countess of San Juan de Jaruco but was later bought by the Count of Santovenia, whose initials can be seen in the decorative iron.. visit our Hotel Santa Isabel website to more details.
Hotel Ambos Mundos
Much is made of Ernest Hemingway’s predilection for staying at the Hotel Ambos Mundos. He wrote the first few chapters of ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ in room 551, which is now maintained as something of a shrine. The rooms are comfortable and this also applies to the ground floor bar area, with its cosy, squishy modern sofas. The roof terrace has great views of the Plaza de Armas and environs.. visit our Hotel Ambos Mundos website to more details.
Hotel Armadores de Santander
The Hotel Armadores de Santander (which means ‘Shipowners of Santander’) overlooks the port of Havana. The building’s façade, with its stone reliefs of the coat of arms of Santander surrounded by maritime motifs, is wonderfully evocative of the city’s seagoing past.Havana’s entire raison to be, was the excellence of its natural harbour and its strategic position within the Spanish Empire in the ... visit our Hotel Armadores de Santander website to more details.
Sloppy Joe's Bar in Old Havana
The Sloppy Joe's Bar that was in their time one of the more converged and appreciated facilities of their type, and that it is located in the corner of Zulueta and Anímas in the Old Havana, it began to be reformed as part of the restoration project of the Historical Centre of Havana City ... visit our Sloopy Joes Bar in Old Havana website to more details.
Welcome to my site dedicated to the Hotel Marques de Prado Ameno in Old Havana. I am "poco a poco" researching and updating it with the aim to provide as complete as possible record of the hotel's ancient and recent history; bearing in mind that the goings-on today may one day be of historical interest.
My site is NOT the official website of the current hotel operator, and is by no means endorsed by them; but I am grateful for their help with the research.
You can make from this site room reservations through the Bizloco eTravel System operated by Cubaism Ltd.
Best wishes for 2017
Nigel Alexander Hunt