Hotels Havana
Hotel Santa Isabel
Hotel Santa Isabel
1997, one hundred years after its first opening, this hotel was once again welcoming guests with its original sense of elegance and comfort. The view from roof terrace encompasses the fortress that once protected Old Havana, the marble statue of Christ on the other side of the bay in Casablanca, the La Giraldilla City Emblem and the Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, the first residence of the former Spanish Governor in La Habana.
Hotel Santa Isabel
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Hotel Santa Isabel


In the Plaza de Armas, and just a few meters from the site where in 1519 the city San Cristobel de la Habana was founded, the Hotel Santa Isabel lords over one of the most beautiful parts of Old Havana. The former splendid palace of the Count of Santovenia, with a suite dedicated especially to him, was converted to a hotel in 1867 for the privileged merchants, artists, scientists, ship builders and an illustrious circle of guests who sought the comfort and luxury of this hotel.