Hotel San Miguel, Havana

    • Havana
    • Havana - Old Havana
    • Historic
    • City


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The house was built in 1860, although it did not reach its majesty until the beginning of the century, when Antonio San Miguel y Segalá, patriot and director of the independence newspaper La lucha, bought it in 1913 to live there with his family.

Years later, the stunning mansion resulted in a small and cozy hotel. Some features give it a peculiar character that results to be very attractive. For example, if you take the trouble to visit its 10 rooms, you will see that they all have different shapes and sizes, especially those on the first floor, with their high pillars and French windows. And in their furniture you can see an interesting mixture of modern and colonial styles that live in harmony with the daguerreotypes of their owners, which conspire to make you think that time stopped between its walls.

One of the most charming aspects that many guests mention is the view from the terrace on the third floor: you just can not stop looking at it. Especially in current times, when the peaceful beauty of the entrance to the bay takes on new life every time cruise ships enter and leave, and the people of the ships and passers-by exchange shouts and greetings.

In practical terms, this hotel is located on an easily accessible road, on which taxis and buses drive that will take you to almost every corner of the capital. In the surroundings you find different places to eat, and, most importantly, if you walk through the narrow streets nearby, you immerse yourself completely in Old Havana, with cobblestone streets and incredible cultural life. There is no better opportunity to explore.

The most interesting thing about the location of San Miguel is its proximity to the most well-known places of Old Havana. The Bodeguita del Medio, the Plaza Vieja and the Capitolio Nacional - one of the most imposing buildings of the 20th century in Cuba and the current seat of the National Assembly of People's Power - are very closeby.


  • A 19th century Havana palace converted into a hotel.
  • A privileged location to explore Old Havana.
  • A lookout terrace with spectacular views of the bay of Havana and the colonial fortresses of Morro and La Cabaña.

CTN tip

If you can, choose the rooms on the 3rd floor, you will be very close to the lookout terrace. The selfies on this site are amazing.

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Calle No 2, esquina Pena Pobre, La Habana Vieja , Old Havana, Havana, Cuba
Distance to airport: 20 km

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Check in time: 4:00 PM
Check out time: 12:00 PM


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