price from £482/night
The Hotel opened the door for some prominent visitors since the remarkable Inn reopened in 2005, including the incredible guitarist Jimmy Page and pop phenomenon Beyoncé.
The Hotel Saratoga voted one of the area top hotels by Condé Nast Traveler, quick picking up a notoriety for being the hip spot to stay in Havana and not just for it high-profile demographic: this in living evidence that global benchmarks for extravagance can be met, kept up and even enhanced, in Cuba.
The exquisitely building initially developed in 1879 and extended somewhere around 1915 and 1925. Opposite the Park of Fraternity and the incredible cigar factory of Partagas and the remarkable Capitol.
Inside the Hotel, visitors enjoy its amenities, including the wine and tapas bar, the luxury restaurant Anacaona; the Deluxe Patio rooms disregard this internal yard.
Saratoga sets the standard for pools of its kind; you will treated with excellence. Mixed drinks at nightfall very suggested.