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A hotel in Havana: At the centre of the action

Havana City center: 1.7 km
Dbl. from 22.00EUR
excl. breakfast
Havana City center: 0.8 km
11300 Havana City center: 2.1 km
11300 Havana City center: 2.1 km
10 700 Havana City center: 1 km
32900 Havana
10400 Havana City center: 3 km
Havana City center: 0.8 km
10100 Havana City center: 2.9 km
260 Havana City center: 1.1 km

Havana is the capital city and major port of the Caribbean island nation of Cuba. Known for its tobacco, rum and tourism industries, Havana is in fact the largest city on the Caribbean. It is likewise the economic hub of Cuba, with several locations for congresses and trade shows. Whether you wish to meander through the cobbled streets of the old town, or sip a drink with colleagues in the brightly coloured bars, book a hotel in Havana today and you won’t regret it.

What can I expect when I book a hotel in Havana?

As a Caribbean island, Cuba has a tropical climate, with year-round warm weather. The city is divided into three main areas, the Old Town, the Vedado and outer suburban districts. The Old Town is the most culturally rich area of the city, and it is surrounded by the original city walls and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. By night, Havana becomes a lively Caribbean city. Streets are filled with the noise of drums and the salsa clubs come alive.

Why should I choose Havana as my next business destination?

Havana's convenient location has strong transport links to other cities in the Caribbean. Havana Airport even provides flights further afield to cities such as London, Miami and Moscow. This city is also laden with sophisticated hotels where you can make use of the conference rooms on site. Havana is quickly becoming the economic centre of the Caribbean, and as such now hosts its own five-day trade fair (Feria Havana). The Pabexpo and ExpoCuba fairgrounds both host a variety of business events annually.

What can I do when I book a hotel in Havana?

In addition to seeing Old Havana, there are a number of architecturally stunning sites to see. One of these is Plaza de la Catedral. It is one of the five main squares in the district, and is home to some of the grandest mansions on the island. It is surrounded by atmospheric Cuban restaurants that are perfect for business dinners and is the site of the Museo del Arte Colonial. For some high-energy evening entertainment, try Tropicana Nightclub, a latin salsa and cabaret club; the perfect way to relax after a day of business before retiring to your Havana hotel room.