Hotel Tejadillo, Havana

    • Havana
    • Havana - Old Havana
    • Historic
    • City


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On the street of the same name, the Hotel Tejadillo is where people who want to wander all over Havana should stay. There are some colonial elements to the building, like stained glass windows and screens that filter the light, adding a special touch to the rooms.

Havana Cathedral is around the corner from the hotel, and a few steps more and you get to the Bodeguita del Medio Restaurant, Palacio de la Artesanía, Plaza de Armas, Castillo de la Real Fuerza and the sea. It doesn’t matter which direction you take, there is always something interesting to see. Early in the morning or late in the afternoon, you should take a stroll along Avenida del Puerto.

The three different houses making up the Hotel Tejadillo are connected by two inner courtyards. One of them has a huge Yagruma tree, or Cecropia, and a clear fountain, and the other courtyard is decorated with elements from Havana architecture. No matter which one you choose, both are the ideal spot for a mid-afternoon coffee or cocktail.

The restaurant has an international menu and the bar has live Cuban music. Through the windows you can watch passersby along Tejadillo and San Ignacio streets.

The hotel provides you with peace and relaxation contrasting with the hubbub on the street. An interesting fact: the first historian of Havana, Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring, lived at No. 54 Tejadillo Street. Along Tejadillo St. you will see some large colonial mansions preserved as part of the general restoration program for Old Havana. There are also a number of schools and so you will see the streets fill up with happy children at noon and later in the afternoon.

The rooms are spacious and some of them have balconies or large windows opening out over the street. The colonial style has been kept by the interior decoration and furnishings, combining wood and cast iron.

If you love to cook, we have good news: Junior Suite rooms have their own fully equipped kitchenettes including stoves with glass ceramic tops, fridges and utensils. However, you may have difficulty finding some food items at the markets, so keep it basic.


  • Around the corner from Havana’s Cathedral
  • Colonial atmosphere
  • Rooms with kitchenettes

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Tejadillo, No. 12 esquina a San Ingnacio, Habana Vieja. Ciudad de La Habana, Old Havana, Havana, Cuba
Distance to airport: 25 KM

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


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