Hotel Plaza

Calle Agramonte (Zulueta) 267, Havana, 10200, Cuba

There's something charming about the entrance way of the Plaza, despite its cavernous, tourist-packed hallways. Although the rooms aren't very distinguished and facilities have definitely seen better days, the early-20th-century Spanish architecture has inspiring overtones of pre–civil war Madrid. This hotel is no Madrid Ritz, but it does have all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay. It boasts no less than three restaurants and three bars, so you're never too far away from a decent meal or a mojito. Albert Einstein and Babe Ruth were both once guests of this grand hotel.

PROS

  • historic Art Nouveau–style lobby
  • great roof terrace
  • plenty of drinking and dining options

CONS

  • rooms are a bit shabby and most have seen better days
  • some visitors have reported dirty rooms

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Sophisticated
Central
Casual Chic

HOTEL INFO

Phones: -7860–8583

HOTEL DETAILS

188 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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