price from £335/night
History and modern facilities combined are in this beautiful building which originally belonged to Don Sebastián de Peñalver at the end of the 18th century and which passed onto the successors of the 4th Marques de San Felipe and Santiago at the beginning of the 19th century.
The minimalist interior decor of the hotel contrasts with the elaborate design of the hotel’s façade and makes the building unique on the St. Francis of Assisi Square. This new hotel, a gem in the heart of the heart of Old Havana, is lucky to be just a few metres away from the St. Francis of Assisi Convent where you can listen to some of the best choirs and chamber music concerts in the city. From the hotel’s terrace, at the top of its six floors, you can enjoy the atmosphere of one of the main squares in the heart of the city with the Carrara Marble carved fountain Fuente de Los Leones sculpted by the Italian artist Giuseppe Gaggini.
Total number of Rooms: 27
Standard rooms: 24
In the lesser suite, a gigantic bed resembles a variation of a cutting edge four-notice overnight boardinghouse the...
Every standard room are molded and outfitted with top of the line furniture. Flighty hues and blends are utilized to...
History and modern facilities are combined in this beautiful building which originally belonged to Don Sebastián de Peñalver at the end of the 18th century and which passed onto the successors of the 4th Marques de San Felipe and Santiago at beginning of the 19th century.