Discovering colonial Havana is an additional pleasure for the guests of the Hotel Inglaterra, the oldest hotel in Cuba, which has just celebrated its 127th anniversary.
Inaugurated in 1875, the Inglaterra is currently one of the oldest and most classic hotels in the city. The building has been declared a National Monument due to its value as part of Cuba ‘s heritage. Its beautiful neoclassical façade contrasts with its interior decor, which recreates the atmosphere of the colonial period, featuring beautiful stained-glass windows, colorful mosaics, Spanish heraldic symbols, window grills, and intricately worked ceilings. All the charm of the Belle Époque are present in its comfortable guest rooms and elegant conference rooms.
Guests will enjoy the exclusive Colonial restaurant and La Sevillana, the unique bar and coffee shop. On the highest floor, a terrace bar and grill offers magnificent views of the city.
Located in an exceptional setting, in the most authentic heart of Havana. Next to Paseo del Prado, the Parque Central and the Gran Teatro de la Habana, it is the ideal starting point for discovering the charms of Havana.