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The 4 star Hotel Telegrafo has the unique accolade of being Cuba’s oldest hotel which first opened its doors to the public in 1861, its name being derived from the first telegraph station established in Cuba. However, the hotel Telegrafo moved to its present location in 1888 in order to increase the amount of rooms be part of the popular Prado avenue on which it is situated.
Hotel Comendador in Old Havana is a beautiful colonial 18th century mansion turned into a comfortable little hotel, which shares some facilities with the adjoining Hostal Valencia. The property belonged to the family of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, who was a ‘Comendador de la Orden de Isabel la Católica’ and as such has become his namesake for the hotels name
Hotel Los Frailes is the former mansion of the fourth Marquis and Captain of the French Navy, Don Pedro Claudio Duquesne never served as a monastery as demonstrated by the copper sculpture of a monk at the entrance of the hotel. But, the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, which stands just around the corner and became the main source of inspiration for the hotel.
Parque Central Old Havana is THE most popular hotel in Cuba. Its 2 rooftop pools have fabulous views of the city, which is a blessing during the hotter months, for both clients & client guests who are also welcome at the hotel.