Destination: Old Havana
Hotel chain: Habaguanex
Number of Rooms: 27
Distance to Airport: 30 km
Meal Plan: Room & Breakfast
Check In Time: 4:00 PM
Check Out Time: 12:00 M
Behind almost every Old Havana façade there are surprises and wonders hiding. The baroque frontage of this boutique hotel is no different, as the interior combines stylish furnishings with modern utilities seamlessly, while maintaining the integrity of the original architecture.
With Old Havana as a timeless backdrop, the view from the 6th-floor roof terrace confirms San Felipes’ perfect location. The Cuban aristocracy of the 18th-century, from when this building dates, realized this. Emblematic sights from the San Felipe include the Basilica de San Francisco and the pigeon-filled plaza of the same name with its distinctive fountain.
This hotel was launched in 2010, bolstering Havana’s stock of luxury properties. Breakfast, taken below the old stone, arched columns of this former palace until 11.00am, is a morning ritual. Guests rave about the variety of fresh produce, its creative presentation and the attentive service of staff.
The façade may be baroque, but throughout the Palacio del Marqués de San Felipe y Santiago de Bejucal is an ultra-modern, high standard hotel.
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All standard rooms are shaped and equipped with high-end furniture. Unconventional colors and combinations are used to full effect, enhanced by indirect lighting. The ultra-modern bathrooms feature chic amenities.
In the junior suite, a huge bed looks like a variant of a modern four-poster bed and divides the entire space in two. On one side is the seating area with comfortable sofa and dining table; the other has a Jacuzzi on an elevated wooden platform.
Fabulously located on the Plaza San Francisco de Asis across the street from the Havana waterfront, with the Basilica (memorable concerts), pocket parks and restaurants within a stone’s throw, you’d be hard pressed to be better positioned for long strolls through the Old Town.
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