The hotel used to be the mansion of the Marquis and Captain of the French Navy, Don Pedro Claudio Duquesne. Once visited by the most select nobility of the time, ecclesiastical dignitaries, military authorities and renowned artists. The house has rooms with exclusive ambiance, a lobby-bar that is decorated with pieces of art, stained-glass windows, statues of monks made out of copper and altarpieces, as well as a quiet inner courtyard with a beautiful fountain and an old well. This special hotel, thanks to its mystery and intimacy, is the ideal place for contemplation and meditation.
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Standard Room Services
- Satellite TV
- Money Exchange
- Internet Centre
- Non-smoker Rooms
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A famous institution in Havana since 1888, this hotel has since the early 20th century been considered one of the best in all Latin America. It lies directly beside the beach and is only a few minutes on foot from the "Museo de Bellas Artes", the "Capitolio", and the "Gran Teatro de La Habana", famous for presenting the best opera and ballet performances in the city.