The discreet reception area here is an architectural jewel. Carrara-marble floors, intricate plaster carvings, and rich woodwork make this one of Habaguanex's best La Habana Vieja restoration projects. Built in the mid-19th century, the house was bought in 1923 by Antonio San Miguel, a well-to-do journalist who financed some of the building's eclectic architectural details. The belle-epoque decor, creature comforts, and modern facilities guarantee your stay here will be pleasant. The 3rd-floor terrace offers a panoramic view of El Morro fortress and sweeping seascapes.