Hotel chain: Sercotel Hotels
Number of Rooms: 30
Distance to Airport: 25 km
Meal Plan: Room & Breakfast
Check In Time: 4:00 PM
Check Out Time: 12:00 M
Paseo Habana is a small hotel in a very good location in the popular and fashionable Vedado district of Havana. It owes its name to the well known avenue, with the same name, that is one block from the hotel.
This wide avenue allows you to discover parts of the tradition and culture of this Havana district. You can visit the famous Revolution Square and its museum where you can see, via photos, documents and objects, the history of Cuba from 1959 to the present day.
You can also see the interesting architecture of the National Theater (where important national and international actors have performed, and experience its Café Habana where you can hear live music), Villa Lita (the Museum-Library Servando Cabrera Morena) and two important homes: The Diplomats’ Home and the House of Friendship.
If you continue down avenue Paseo towards the sea, you will find Línea Avenue with its Mella and Trianón theaters (where every weekend, theater and dance are staged for affordable prices), and further on you’ll find Havana’s Malecón (sea wall) where you’ll spot the Meliá and the Riviera hotels.
Here, you’re also close to Havana University, La Rampa street (with its nightlife), and the Hotel Nacional.
Staying in the Hotel Paseo Habana means being close to the daily lives of Havana residents.
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Standard rooms are basic and functional. In every one of the floors of the hotel, there’s one room adapted for disabled travelers. The hotel entrance features a ramp to ease access, and you can also reach the restaurant comfortably.
Perhaps the capital’s most vibrant (and busy) thoroughfare, with movie theaters, the famous Coppelia ice-cream parlor, restaurants, bars, and the La Zorra y el Cuervo Latin Jazz club, 23rd Street is just a few blocks away. Paseo, perpendicular to 23rd Street, is Vedado’s other main artery. The Museo de Artes Decorativas (worth it a visit) is very close by.
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