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Bezoek het Gran Teatro, naast de deur. Hier staan Cuba’s grootste talenten op het podium. Koop vooral een kaartje wanneer het Cubaans nationale ballet er optreedt.

Inglaterra Hotel

Historisch hotel direct aan de rand van de oude stad. Voor liefhebbers van geschiedenis en cultuur is dit hotel een aanrader. 

Vanaf € 72,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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De ligging alleen al is geweldig: aan de voordeur van het koloniale ‘La Habana Vieja’, aan de Paseo de Marti (Prado), naast het Gran Teatro en nabij het Capitol Building. Het hotel geniet een zekere faam door de schitterend gedecoreerde inrichting van de publieke ruimten waarin mozaïekbetegeling, geornamenteerde plafonds en glas-in-lood zijn verwerkt. De kamers liggen in het indrukwekkende monumentale gebouw dat dateert uit 1875. Wat de accommodatie betreft: de kamers zijn eenvoudig, hier en daar mag het kraken, maar indien u voor de ‘buzz’ van Havana gaat, zit u hier qua sfeer en locatie op het juiste adres.


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Bezoek het Gran Teatro, naast de deur. Hier staan Cuba’s grootste talenten op het podium. Koop vooral een kaartje wanneer het Cubaans nationale ballet er optreedt.

Inglaterra Hotel
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Het hotel is gelegen  in het koloniale ‘La Habana Vieja’, aan de Paseo de Marti (Prado) naast het Gran Teatro en nabij Capitol Building.

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• 2 Restaurants
• Bar
• Excursiebalie

Een absoluut hoogtepunt tijdens uw rondreis door Cuba is de stad Havana, de fascinerende hoofdstad van Cuba. Veelal zal Havana uw beginpunt zijn van uw vakantie in Cuba of tevens uw eindpunt van uw reis. Havana is hoe dan ook een stad waar u minstens 3 dagen moet verblijven; er is immers zo veel te zien en te doen dat het zonde is om Havana in een sneller tempo te bezoeken.
Bovenal is Havana een gezellige stad met vele Spaans-koloniale overblijfselen. Het is er altijd druk en gezellig en overdag zijn de Amerikaanse auto's uit de vijftiger jaren een opvallend straatbeeld.

"The best rooftop bar in Havana "

The bar is located at the rooftop of one of the main hotels in the very center of Havana. Although it is a popular hotel, it was surprising that the bar was never crowded and we could easily find tables. The view to the square and to Capitolio is very nice, especially at sunset.  The prices are surprisingly low (cocktails for 3€) and there is also WiFi available (you should of course use the prepaid card). I highly recommend the place for a small relax after the walk in old Havana center. 

"An experience nothing more"

Hotel Inglaterra The hotel dates back to the year 1875 when I am sure it was an amazing hotel with superb architecture and high ornate ceilings. The internal and external condition is reasonably well kept compared to many buildings close by. It is conveniently located to Central Park (across the road), with a great view from a front facing veranda, which is lively most of the time with coming and going of tourists from all corners of the globe, though we noticed many from the USA, Germany and some Brits. So far, surprisingly, after 4 nights we have not come across another Brazilian. The breakfast at the hotel is not lacking in variety but some of the options are unusual, however a gluten free corner was offered. Don’t expect anything above luke warm except the coffee. Cold eggs, of any type, seem to be norm and a variety of sausages, also cold, are on offer, juices, plenty of bread, cold platter and limited fruit. The general hospitality of the staff is a point that needs serious attention; this is for all the staff from reception, security and waiters, especially if you are a mixed colour couple. The staff need to have added training to be more polite and word their questions more subtly – instead of “only available for guests” with a sneering look for a “ could you please confirm your room number” and a pleasant smile. They may have a problem with ladies offering services to the tourists but they need to deal with that in a less generally condemning manner that brands all mixed colour couples with their preconceived ideas. We sensed this from day one and have heard the same from other couples that we know and have stayed in this hotel. It seemed generally that tourists are to be put up with and that we are to be tolerated, at best – ignorance was plentiful particularly from most of the women at reception – painful!!! The room came with 1 x free bottle of water, small pack of Pringles and 1 x bottle of Havana Club Rum – nice touch, the room service was satisfactory and our maids did a good job for us. Contrary to what we had heard we were provided with plenty of clean towels, bars of soap, a nice selection of toiletries, quality toilet paper, shaving kit and though hot water was not a strong point is was adequate – Thank you Irene. Little gifts of nice soap from Brazil and other trinkets do help. 220v either two flat, or two round, pin plugs are good though these are probably the originals from 1875 and not all work. The modern 3 pin plugs will need an adapter and only the 10 amp size will fit, 20 amp being too fat. Oh and a good iron was provided in the room. TV had a selection of channels but plan to spend time seeing this wonderfully interesting city as the choices do not include Netflix or similar – a USA news channels was working. General stuff. It seems that 10 CUCs is the standard taxi fare for pretty much anywhere, bartering may get it down a little but have the right change because chances are your discount will not be available on arrival, due to “lack of change”. The beautiful old open top cars are a must, at least for a one hour tour around town. We ended up doing 3 hours and went to Hemmingway´s House (40+ mins each way) - Ours was an 1959 Ford Fairlane 500 with the original V8 engine in a glaring pink paint job; doing a healthy 4 kms per liter – beautiful roar when prodding the accelerator. Going rate seemed to be 40/50 CUCs per hour, again haggle for 40, well worth it if budget allows. Final note – money exchange – take Euros is what we were told but Dollars are accepted with a fee; honestly we lost in the exchange from USD to Euros and may not have lost as much by changing USD here even with the added USD exchange fee. The best rate so far was at the airport on arrival – exchange office just outside the airport where the taxi rank is. The Hotel rate is poor for all currencies but they have you and options are few and they take advantage. Credit cards are accepted for limited transactions and so cash is the way to go for the most part. Even tours and outings through the hotel are cash. Internet has to be worthy of a mention too as it is poor to say the least. No chips are available to tourists so you are reliant on a card system that allows 60 minutes of internet time and can be used, when you can get a connection, at intervals during your stay to the total of 60 minutes. The card system works for the whole of Cuba so long as you are within the range of a public service (few and far between) and not at all reliable. Don’t plan your trip expecting to be able to check in and do any research, maps or a regular check on emails and the like – it just doesn’t happen and can be very frustrating. Download maps, routes, restraurante names and addresses etc from previously researched locations. Not even restaurants have wifi access when you need it. Some, but not all, hotels will provide access through the same card system. Don’t forget to log off when youre done or your precious 60 minutes will vanish. The cards are 2,00 CUCs each but some hotels only sell to residents and you should carry a couple of spares.

"Roof top terrace"

We were staying at the Telegrafo next door but visited the roof top terrace late one afternoon. The atmosphere there is amazing and the staff are simply the best most cheerful and efficient people you will meet anywhere! The views both seated and looking out over the wall are stunning and this is a thoroughly pleasant place to be!

"Lovely historic building in central location"

We thoroughly enjoyed the two nights that we stayed at this hotel. The hotel had been restored and our spacious room had been fully refurbished with an excellent bathroom. Our room overlooked the pedestrian mall at the side of the hotel so we didn't get much road noise. Although the rather loud music in the restaurant at the front of the hotel played until 11.30 pm, we didn't mind that as we love Cuban music and it added to the vibrancy of the city! The restaurant also served meals all day at reasonable prices. The musicians came round at regular intervals with a hat for tips. Our room had a small balcony which overlooked the very attractive Ballet Building that was lit up at night. The buffet breakfast was good. We particularly enjoyed the pianist who played in the breakfast room every morning. The reception staff varied a bit in their level of service. The supervisor was excellent, although her English was limited, as were a a couple of her staff. We had trouble ringing our airport pickup as we don't speak Spanish, and the supervisor went to a lot of trouble to make phone calls on our behalf. We were very grateful. There was only one rather grumpy young receptionist who spoke good English but was rather abrupt and not always friendly! My husband and I both had one hour of free wifi each. Although wifi is limited and rather slow in Cuba, we were able to clear our emails. The hotel is in a very central location, less than 1 km from the port. It cost $US10 in a taxi (or 1950s chevvy) from the port to the hotel. Also, there is a taxi stand across the road from the hotel. It cost us $US25 to go to the airport and was about a 30 min drive. We would recommend this hotel.

"Best views of La Habana"

Incredible architecture building with stunning views of El Capitolio and more. You must go to the rooftop bar grab a drink and snap a few shots. Its worth it. You can get wifi in the lobby with the wifi cards.

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