With its magnificent neoclassical façade, The Inglaterra is one of the oldest hotels in Havana and indeed is considered so valuable to the heritage of Cuba that it has been declared a national monument. The décor of the interior recreates the atmosphere of the colonial period, featuring beautiful stained-glass windows, colorful mosaics, Spanish heraldic symbols, window grills, and intricately worked ceilings The Inglaterra exudes the charm of the Belle Epoque.

Setting the Stage HISTORY IN BRIEF 1875: The hotel was inaugurated. 1890: Major General Antonio Maceo, one of the artisans of Cuban indepedence, lived at the hotel for five months. 1981: The hotel was declared a national monument.

The famous guests to have stayed at the hotel over the years include the Cuban nationalist Major General Antonio Maceo, who mace the hotel his base for five months in 1890.

83 Rooms

Restaurant Colonial Bar ------ Cafe La Sevillana ------ Bar Grill Terraza

Havana is at your doorstep - soak up its vibrancy and get a feel for its rich history from one of the oldest hotels in town.


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Country: Cuba
City: Havana
Opening date: 1875

Note from the Host

General Manager

Orlando Martinez


Paseo del Prado, No416
San Rafael Cuba, Havana

Tel: +537 860-8595
Fax: +537860-8254

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