Hotel El Comendador

Calle Obrapía 55, Havana, 10100, Cuba

Before becoming the home of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas in 1801, this building—one of the earliest in the original town of San Cristóbal de La Habana—served as a cabildo, a jailhouse, a butcher shop, and then a fish market. It's now an intimate hotel overlooking Havana's harbor. Rooms are tastefully restored and have the full complement of modern amenities, such as the next door Bodegón Onda tapas bar. The hotel shares its reception area with Hostal Valencia around the corner.

PROS

  • it has the feel of an airy apartment in Paris
  • overlooks Havana's harbor
  • rooms are tastefully restored

CONS

  • interior patio could do with a touch-up and a lick of paint
  • if you need anything you always have to go to the Hotel Valencia reception around the corner

Location

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Intimate
Central
Casual Chic

HOTEL INFO

Phones: -7867–1037

HOTEL DETAILS

14 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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