The Telegraph Hotel belongs to the tourism chain Habaguanex SA, its employees speak several languages dominate the English language. Among its main attractions is its Restaurant (12:00 to 22:30), the Snack Bar (24 hours) and portal (from 12:00 to 22 hours), where you can taste delicious dishes in the kitchen accompanied international snacks and traditional Cuban cocktails. In all the restaurant offers breakfast from 7:00 to 10:30 am, you can enjoy a Musical accompaniment.
The Hotel has participated in important cultural activities developed in the country giving accommodation to international personalities who have attended to, activities such as the Book Fair, The Fair of Havana, The Golden Boleros Festival, Jazz Festival, Congress of Psychiatry, group of painters and exhibition organizers "Toxic Landscapes" held at the National Library José Martí.
Services and terms: Hotel Telégrafo
Standard Room Services
- Satellite TV
- Money Exchange
- Internet Centre
- Non-smoker Rooms
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Cuba’s oldest hotel, the establishment first opened its doors to the public around 1860, some years after the first telegraphic station was created in the country (the property’s name may in fact have been inspired by this). Moved to its present location in 1888, by around 1914 the hotel rooms and restaurant boasted telephones that afforded guests both national and international services, at a time when even public restrooms were a rare and novel luxury.