The Santa Isabel is the grandest of Old Havana’s hotels, and its location is perfect: it stands on the eastern side of the Plaza de Armas, Havana’s earliest and most beautiful colonial square. The building is an eighteenth century mansion converted to a hotel in the late nineteenth century
The standard rooms are breathtaking with their "colonial" design and modern comforts The French balcony doors open onto a dazzling and spacious terrace, with inspiring views
The junior suites mirror how the rooms were in the 19th century, without being outdated or old-fashioned. Wrought iron beds, beautiful tiled floors and a stylish, modern bathroom. Junior suites include a sitting area; all face the Plaza de Armas.
The extremely privileged spot of Santa Isabel not only puts many landmarks of the historic center within walking distance, it also allows you to choose whether to stroll along the narrow city streets or along the seawall. Its location on the pleasant Plaza de Armas is unparalleled.
In the lobby is the Condado, a beatutiful restaurant appointed with antique furnishings that extends the general mood of elegance found elsewhere in the hotel. A less formal and more relaxed atmosphere is found in the shady Spanish-styled courtyard which adjoins the lobby, where one can enjoy a fine cocktail or quiet read at one of the tables surrounding the central fountain.
Plaza De ArmasCalle Baratillo 9Havana