This colonial building was built in 1836 and was the elegant former residence of renowned families and opulent businessmen. Hotel Florida opened its doors in 1885 and immediately became one of Havana’s most well-known hotels fitted to American and European comfort. With its 1885 splendor, guests at this Old Havana Habaguanex inn are captivated by its charm and architectural beauty. It features a prime location, just a few meters from Arms Square on the corner of Obispo Street, surrounded by shopping centers, art galleries and museums.
The colonial balconies, interior courtyard with arches and stained glass are the most captivating features of this 18th century noble mansion.
Address: Corner of Obispo and Cuba Streets, Old Havana
Accommodations: 25 rooms, 4 junior suites, 18 standard twin, 7 standard matrimonial rooms, 21 rooms with view, 4 rooms without view, 21 rooms with balcony, 8 doubles (which can be converted to triples), 4 connecting rooms, 4 king-size beds, air conditioning, extra beds, 6 day beds, cribs, telephone services, satellite TV, safety deposit box, minibar, private bathroom, 25 rooms with bathtub, hot and cold water, hair dryer, room service, laundry and ironing, shoe cleaning, parking lot, bellboy / doorman, 24-hour reception service, lobby bar, cafeteria, restaurant, breakfast, piano bar, elevator, shop, tour desk, taxis, meeting rooms, art gallery, luggage room.