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Hotel Inglaterra , Old Havana, Havana, Cuba
Hotel Inglaterra, Cuba
Hotel Inglaterra
Paseo Marti, Havana Theatre & Inglaterra Hotel
Havana Theatre & Inglaterra Hotel
Daytime & Evening Live Music at the hotel's famous Gran Cafe El Louvre
Daytime & Evening Live Music
Hotel Inglaterra at about 1900
Hotel Inglaterra in about 1900
Hotel Inglaterra Standard Room On-suite Bathroom
Standard Room On-suite Bathroom
Standard Room at the Inglaterra Hotel
Standard Room at Inglaterra
The View from South Facing Rooms of Hotel Inglaterra, of the Gran Teatro de La Habana
View from South Facing Rooms
Night View
Inglaterra By Night
Jose Marti Monument in Havana's Central Park infront of the Hotel Inglaterra
Jose Marti Monument & Inglaterra
Dancing to Live Music on the front patio cafe-bar of the Inglaterra Hotel
Dancing to Live Music
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Founded in 1875, the Inglaterra is Cuba’s oldest hotel and has been declared a National Monument. It was exceedingly popular in the nineteenth century and is still favoured by visitors who particularly enjoy hanging out in its covered café, having drinks or sandwiches on tables individually decorated by Cuban contemporary artists and watching the world go by.

A hiss through the potted plants could signal your chance to buy a coin with Che on it, or a newspaper, or rather more exotic wares. But if that vexes you there is always the wonderful Seville-style tiled bar to visit, with its gilded flamenco-dancer statue, thought to be of the celebrated nineteenth century Spanish courtesan La Belle Otero.

The rest of the ground floor of the Inglaterra is also lavishly decorated, with chandeliers, stained glass, ornate wrought iron, marble floors and moulded ceilings.

The pavement café has a distinguished history. It used to be known as La Acera del Louvre (the pavement of the Louvre café which stood on the site) and became a meeting place for supporters of Cuban independence from Spain. A prominent Spaniard was even converted to their cause on the site – on 27th November 1871, when the Spanish military captain Don Nicolás Estévanez, heard the shots of eight innocent medical students being executed he broke his sword in two and renounced his military career with the words ‘Humanity and justice are more important than my fatherland’. Stirring stuff, and although the Inglaterra isn’t one of Havana’s most shipshape hotels it is extremely popular for its evocative atmosphere and location.
© 2013 Nigel Hunt
110/120 فولت
220/240 فولت
أفراد الأمن بالزي الرسمي 24 ساعة
الإنترنت على أجهزة الكمبيوتر الخاصة بالفندق
الوجبات الخفيفة والمشروبات على مدار 24 ساعة في اليوم
بار
تكيف
خدمات الطبية
شارع مزدحم
شرفة
غرفة التلفزيون / البار (القنوات الدولية و الفيديو)
ماليكون بحدود 5 دقائق سيرا على الأقدام
مبنى قديم تم ترميمه
متجر الأساسيات والهدايا التذكارية والهدايا
مركز الصرافة
مصاعد
مطبخ دولي يقدم فيه أطعمه الدول المختلفة
مطعم
معرض
مقهى / وجبات خفيفة
مكتب الجولات والمعلومات السياحية
مكتب تأجير السيارات
مكتب سيارات الأجرة
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Details of Standard Room with Balcony  
Rooms at the Inglaterra are cosy rather than sleek, but given the age of the building it would be churlish to expect gleaming sophistication. The rooms come in all shapes and sizes and those facing the street are more spacious than those facing into the building’s courtyards.

Interiors are rather chintzy, with rose-strewn frills and flounces on curtains and bedspreads. The chandeliers are horrid but the old built-in cupboards are endearing. The modern furniture is slightly bashed about but the colonial rocking chairs found in some rooms are attractive. The original tiled floors are very pretty.

Please note none of the rooms at the Inglaterra are double-glazed. Please be prepared for a certain amount of ambient racket from canaries in cages, passing traffic and voluble Cubans
© 2013 Nigel Hunt
110 فولت
220 فولت
تكييف
حمام داخل الغرفة
حوض الاستحمام أو الدش
خزنة داخل الغرفة
سرير الطفل (حسب الطلب)
سرير مزدوج
سرير مزدوج
شرفة
قنوات فضائية
كومودينو
مكتب مع كرسي
مياه ساخنة وباردة
مينى بار(ثلاجة صغيرة)/ ثلاجة
هاتف
Details of Standard Room Without Balcony  
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Guide to Old Havana
The heart and soul of Havana is the old town Habana Vieja, declared a Heritage of Mankind Site in 1982 by UNESCO. It was keen to preserve the beauty of its architecture and promote the historical importance of its role within the region.

The following are just some of the interesting places to visit: Plaza de Armas, centred around a statue of the patriot Cespedes and emcompassed by shaded marble benches and second-hand booksellers, is the first public square built in the city. Plaza de la Catedral is perhaps the most beautiful square in the Caribbean which is surrounded by examples of the finest baroque architecture in the country. El Templete, small neoclassical temple which marks the spot where the first Mass was said in 1519. Castillo de la Real Fuerza is one of the oldest forts in the Americas, it holds modern art exhibitions downstairs and the battlements afford good views over the harbour. Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, the seat of government and governor's residence was transferred from the fort to the built. The presidential palace and then the municipal palace until Castro seized power it is now Museo de la Ciudad de la Habana. Museo de Arte Colonial, fine palace constructed in 1720, its yellow courtyard and little-altered architectural features are complemented by a large collection of 17th- and 18th-century furniture. Calle Obispo is Old Havana's most important and smartest thoroughfare, pedestrianized with missile heads as bollards.
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