Tejadillo Hostal, an authentic colonial guest house, is characterized by brightly-colored paintings and varied textures with unique pottery and copper statues of travelers. Its spacious and bright lobby resembles the hall of a Havana mansion from the 18th and 19th centuries, opening to a breakfast room – the Cathedral – with capacity for 36 guests, so-named for the adjacent and famous Cathedral Square.
The Inn, composed of three main buildings, features accommodations in 32 comfortable air-conditioned rooms with distinctive mahogany furniture combined with pottery and forged iron.
Note: Many standard rooms face the inner courtyard and do not have windows. While requests for standard rooms with an exterior window may be submitted, ultimately room location in most Cuban hotels is generally assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.