Cuba’s oldest hotel, the charming four-star Hotel Telégrafo Havana, first opened its doors to the public around 1860, and then moved to its present location in 1888. The hotel is a short walk away from the seawall, such points of interest in Old Havana like the Capitolio and the colonial part of the city.
The creation of a third floor of the Hotel Telégrafo Havana in 2001 and renovation of the entire hotel re-opened new conveniences for business, and offer up-to-date conveniences and diligent service.
All 63 spacious and well-decorated hotel’s guestrooms are fitted with elegant furnishing and modern décor and feature air conditioning, phone, and large satellite TV.
The in-house snack bar and restaurant are open daily to serve a variety of meals and healthy light snacks along with good choice of drinks and cocktails.
The high ceilings and supporting arches of Hotel Telégrafo Havana comprise spacious lobby for rest and meeting with friends and little business corner for small business matters.
Number of rooms: 63.
Each room comes with safety deposit box, hair dryer, mini-bar, private bathroom with cold and hot water.
The hotel’s 54 spacious standard rooms offer either the inner courtyard view or street-facing looks. Rooms on the first floor have balconies.
Junior suite rooms feature extra space and comfortable sitting rooms with an additional spacious bathroom along with busy street views and three of them equipped with jacuzi. Bathroom comes with WC and shower.
Breakfast is served daily at the restaurant.
Bar and restaurant offer delicious flavors of international and domestic cuisine.
The conference hall and the business center include high-speed internet access, a printer/ photocopier/ scanner/ fax available to visitors 24 hours a day. All the guestrooms are equipped with a desk, office chair and Wi-Fi internet access.
Telegrafo’s on-site fitness center and indoor swimming pool with modern equipment are available for visitors.
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