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Baratillo #9, entre Obispo y Narciso López
December 15 to May and July 15 to
August 30 - 7 weeks in advance
Other Months - 4 weeks in advance
Located in the Arms Square, just a
few meters from the spot where San Cristóbal de La Havana village
was actually founded.
In 1867, the magnificent palace of
Count Santovenia became the favorite hotel of ship-fitters, merchants,
artists, scientists and illustrious travelers who, upon passing through
the capital city, would choose to stay here due to its comfort and elegance.
A century after it first came into
being, the Santa Isabel has opens its doors once again anew while retaining
its original elegance, comfort and splendor. In a way, staying at
this venerable establishment is like taking a tour of Cuba's history, architecture,
art and culture.
Right from the terrace, you can enjoy
a view of Havana's monuments, as well as of the bay and its imposing fortresses,
all of which make this baroque and eclectic city unique. You will
also take another vista from the terrace, this one featuring Havana's Jesus
Christ, La Giraldilla (emblem of the city) and the Palace of the Commanders-in-Chief.
This typical Cuban three-story palace
has been decorated with unique masterpieces and original works of art created
by some of the best Cuban artists.
With only twenty-seven rooms, this
is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive hotels in the city, the absolute
favorite of honeymooners and those visiting for other special occasions...
The Santa Isabel: for those truly in love.
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