The Hotel Telegrafo , Cuba’s oldest hotel first opened its doors to the public around 1860 . Located at the intersection of Prado and Neptuno, the hotel is a short walk away from the seawall, close to several and renowned places of interest in Old Havana – the Capitolio is practically next door – and well located for the exploration of the colonial part of the city. Inside, the high ceilings and arches offer an inkling of the establishment’s past,
The standard rooms are comfortable, stylish and modern, with well-appointed bathrooms,Contemporary artwork adorns the walls. The junior suites are similar to the standard rooms, with comfortable, stylish and modern furniture, and well-appointed bathrooms and amenities. They are larger, with extra space provided by a sitting area
Dicover the ownders ogf Havana from the Telegrafo`s prime central location and at night Havana boasts great nightlife...Jazz in Vedado, to Salsa in Casa de la Musica in Miramar or an unbelievable night out in Cabaret Tropicana, there are lots of options that fit most people's tastes. Most old Havana bars offer free live music and a relaxed atmosphere to wind down your day.
Going for dinner is for many people one of the highlights of their vacation. A large amount of privately owned restaurants or "paladars" have opened their doors over the last couple of years and are a great addition to the state run restaurants.
Prado 408 esq Neptuno, HabanaCuba