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Hotel Telégrafo

Company: Habaguanex
Location: Havana, Old Havana

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The Hotel Telegrafo first opened its doors on Amistad (friendship) Street in 1860, moving to its current prime location in Old Havana in 1888 on the lively corner of 408 Prado and Neptuno Streets. Totally transformed in 1895, it quickly became a landmark throughout Latin America. Today the remodeled Hotel Telegrafo commemorates the hotel’s glorious 19th century luxury and charm. Travelers can trace the hotel’s architectural evolution from the original style still visible on the first two floors, to the more contemporary design of the third floor.
The 63 spacious, high-ceilinged rooms are located on three floors and most offer a view of Prado’s esplanade. In addition to 54 well-appointed rooms, there are 3 suites and 6 junior suites.
The courtyard snack bar features exposed original bricks and masonry and a large ceramic tile mural illustrating colonial Havana’s architecture. The ground floor restaurant offers international cuisine, a great view of Parque Central and huge stained glass windows.

Address: 480 Prado and Neptuno Streets, Old Havana

Food Services: restaurant, snack bar

Hotel Telégrafo, Characteristics

Car Rental
Coffee Bar
Cyber Cafe
In-Room Safety Deposit Box
Lobby Bar
Money Exchange
Night Club
Paid Wifi internet connection
Piano Bar
Snack Bar
Taxi Services
Tourism desk
Wedding and Honeymoon Facilities
Wheelchair Accessible Rooms

Hotel Telégrafo, Room characteristics

Air Conditioning
Cots on Request
Electricity 110V/60Hz
Electricity 220V/60Hz
Facilities for Handicapped Guests
Hair Dryers
Hot and Cold Water
King-size, Double or Twin Single Beds
Private Bath
Safety Deposit Box
Satellite TV
Terrace or Balcony