Chateau Miramar's austere, almost fortress-like, post-Modernist facade rising over the craggy coral Atlantic shoreline belies the modestly sophisticated public arenas within, and the rather classey pool. The 50 air-conditioned guest rooms on four upper levels come were recently refurnished. If you want an ocean view, opt for rooms ending 9 through 16. Better yet, spring for a few extra CUC for a spacious suite, with whirlpool tub.
The 4 star Hotel Chateau Miramar is located in the residential neighborhood of Miramar which features many beautiful colonial-style dwellings that were deserted by Cubans who left the island after Fidel Castro’s rise to power in 1959. Today, this area is home to high profile members of Cuban society, as well as ambassadors, foreign business people and some of the city’s best restaurants. The National Aquarium is across the street.
Hotel Chateau Miramar will give you comfort, distinction and friendliness with a outstanding service. This hotel offers all the facilities necessary for holding business events and meetings and is just 17 km from the Jose Marti International Airport.
Reception staff speak Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Safety - uniformed security personnel 24hrs
Shop(s) with basic supplies, souvenirs & gifts
Telephone - National & international calls
TV room/bar (international channels/videos)
Details of Standard Room
97 air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV, telephone, radio, minibar, shower, bath and a safe. 27 of them with ocean view and 23 overlooking the garden. 41 doble standard rooms, 15 single rooms, 3 triple rooms, 23 matrimonial rooms, 9 Suites y 6 communicated.
Further to the west this area is home to some of the most expensive hotels, restaurants in Havana and the majority of the country's foreign embassies, the tree-lined avenues and stately mansions on and around Fifth Avenue suggest that this is where Havana's elite reside.
The area contains a few interesting museums, most notably the Museo del Ministerio del Interior which will be of interest to any one wanting to brush up on the antics of the cold war.