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Extra nights of B&B Guesthouse accommodation in Havana!


An image of a guesthouse room, Cuba.

On your tour booking form you can request extra nights of Guesthouse accommodation in Havana, for before and after your tour.

We include breakfast in the price, so we sometimes refer to the Guesthouses as "Bed & Breakfasts" (B&Bs). In Cuba they are called "casas" or "casas particulares".

Our Havana Guesthouse prices


Guesthouse 2.5 stars US$
Dates Extra night Single Extra night Twin Extra night Triple
May to Oct $50 $55 $60
Nov to April $60 $65 $70


Comfort Guesthouses 3 / 3.5 stars US$
Dates Extra night Single Extra night Twin Extra night Triple
May to Oct $60* $65* $70*
Nov to April $95* $100* $110*

These prices include breakfast.
* The prices for Comfort Guesthouses are indicative only. Actual prices may vary depending on the guesthouse we are able to find with availability.



Some interesting Havana hotels

Hotel Victoria

An image of the lobby of the Hotel Victoria in Havana, Cuba.

Hotel Victoria Click to see map of Hotel Victoria
Calle 19 y M
Vedado, Havana
Tel/Fax: + 537-833-3510

The hotel Victora is a small friendly and cosy (31 room) hotel that is centrally situated in Havana’s vibrant district of Vedado just a few blocks up from the Hotel Nacional, and close to the main street of Vedado (Calle 23), which has many points of interest including Cuba's largest ice-cream palour - La Coppelia. Vedado is also known as “New Havana” as many of Havana’s newer hotels, business and government offices, restaurants, and bars are found there. The hotel is also just a few blocks from the Malecon, which is the scenic walkway along the bay of Havana and a thriving centre of Havana social life.

The Hotel Victoria has been recently renovated with the help on an Italian investor. It is smaller than most hotels in Havana, and has more of an intimate atmosphere. However like in most hotels in Cuba, the service can at times be a bit lacking in enthusiasm.

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Hotel Presidente

An image of the Hotel Presidente in Havana, Cuba.

Hotel Presidente
Calle Cazada #110
esquina G
Vedado, Havana
Tel/Fax: + 53-7-8381801

Originally built between 1925 and 1927, the Hotel Presidente was completely rebuilt in the year 2000. It has managed to keep pretty much all of its original grandeur and style, with plenty of marble cladded surfaces in the lobby, which also features some antique objects and furniture, some chandeliers pieces of art, and a baby grand piano.

The hotel is located a couple of blocks from the famous Malecón on the impressive boulevard Avenida de los Presidentes, otherwise known as Calle G, which is a main axis of the Vedado neighbourhood of Havana. The hotel has a couple of decent restaurants and an elegant swimming pool which looks particularly pretty when floodlit at night.

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Hotel Nacional

Hotel Nacional, Havana, Cuba

Hotel Nacional Click to see map of Hotel Nacional
Calle 21 y O, Vedado
Havana
Tel: +53(7)8363564

A grand and beautiful building with an elegant ambience, the Hotel Nacional is Havana's premier and most sought after hotel. This is not so much due to the hotel's level of service but rather its immortal status in Cuba's history. There is a room dedicated to all the celebrity guests that have stayed here since the 1930s. It's enviable location is on a rocky outcrop looking over the Bay of Havana.

While never owned by the Mafia, the hotel's casino in the 1950's was one of the Mafia's most prized and lucrative. Some of the famous guests that have stayed at the Hotel Nacional, include Winston Churchhill, Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Marlon Brando and Ernest Hemingway. The hotel has 457 rooms and 15 suites. Rooms typically have air conditioning, marble bathroom, a mini bar, safe, and some nice views.

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Hotel Havana Libre

Hotel Havana Libre, Havana, Cuba

Hotel Havana Libre
Calle L e/ 23 y 25
Vedado
Tel: +53(7)8384011

Originally the Habana Hilton, this building was at one stage Latin America's tallest and largest hotel. It was famously taken over by Castro and his triumphant revolutionaries in 1959, just nine months after it had opened, and promptly renamed the Habana Libre. The revolutionary army used it as a kind of base in Havana for the first days after their arrival in Havana, and there are some fascinating photos of these scenes in the lobby. It was renovated between 1996 and 1997, and while it represents the centre-point of the Vedado district of Havana, and the rooms boast some spectacular views of the city and beyond, it has for some time now sadly deteriorated to an embassassing level and is badly in need of repair and renovation.


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Hotel El Tejadillo

Hotel El Tejadillo, Havana, Cuba

Hotel El Tejadillo
Tejadillo, 12, e/ San Ignacio
La Havana Vieja
Tel: +53(7)8637283

The Hotel El Tejadillo is situated in the heart the historic centre of Old Havana, on a street next to the Cathedral.

The hotel has 38 rooms and dates from the eighteenth century. It's quite a pretty place inside with a light filled courtyard and features tall windows, and traditional colonial window grilles. While the rooms have impressively high ceilings due to the original colonial architectural style being preserved, that also means that some of the ground floor rooms don't have windows and suffer from poor airflow which leads to some rooms having issues with dampness.


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Hotel Los Frailes

Hotel Los Frailes, Havana, Cuba

Hotel Los Frailes
Calle Teniente Rey 8
Between Calles Mercaderes and Oficios
La Havana Vieja
Tel: +53(7)8609530

Along a narrow alley of Old Havana, down from the fetching Plaza Vieja you can find the Hotel Los Frailes. Apparently it used to be the stately mansion of a Frenchman. It has only 22-rooms and considering the bustling foot traffic of the street it is located on, its inner courtyard is impressively tranquil. The unique feature of this hotel is that the staff are all dressed as Franciscan monks and during the day there is an excellent 4 piece woodwind orchestra that plays in the lobby. The rooms are pretty dark and uninspiring, but this hotel represents some of the best value for money for state run boutique hotels in Old Havana. Los Frailes Hotel has no restaurant, so its guests usually take breakfast in the café on the corner a few steps from the hotel.


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Hotel Ambos Mundos

Hotel Ambos Mundos, Havana, Cuba

Hotel Ambos Mundos
Calle Obispo No. 153 esq. a Mercaderes
La Havana Vieja
Tel: +53(7)8609530

The claim to fame of the Hotel Ambos Mundos is that Ernest Hemingway wrote parts of For Whom the Bell Tolls in room (no. 511). This room has been set aside by the hotel as a museum piece that can be visited by guests and non-guests alike, and they have on display some photocopies of his hand-written scribbles and one of his trusted typewriters. The hotel is located on the pedestrian and main street of Old Havana - Calle Obispo. This is also the street that almost symmetrically bisects the colonial part of Havana, so its location can be rightfully claimed as being truely "central".

The rooms are relatively simple and mid-priced. One of the coolest features for some is the compact old, iron-grated elevator, and there are some large black and white prints of Mr Hemingway during his time in Cuba in the lobby. Breakfast is served on the leafy rooftop which is also a good place for lunch as it has a nice view over the harbour and Old Havana.


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Hotel Parque Central

Hotel Parque Central, Havana, Cuba

Hotel Parque Central
Calle Obispo No. 153 esq. a Mercaderes
La Havana Vieja
Tel: +53(7)8609530

Consistently rated among Havana's best hotels by independent reviews, the Hotel Parque Central is a modern hotel in both style and structure. Facing Havana's central park, with views of the Gran Teatro and the Capitolio, its location at the doorway to Old Havana, is hard to beat. The hotel is run by a Dutch owned management company, and the service is reported to be excellent.