All packages offered by Havana Unique Travel could be booked on private basis, with a guide-driver service, led in various languages.
Spoken languages: English, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, German, others.
In a very privileged location in Old Havana, a magnificent neoclassic palace has taken new life. It used to be the house of Don Jose Ricardo O’Farrill and O’Daly, one of the richest families during the colonial times, whose members were later distinguished with various noble titles and led politically active life during the XVIII and XIX centuries. Its architecture and decoration creates an exceptional mix of history and modernity. Guests will feel transported into wealthy colonial lifestyle, savoring the combination of Irish roots with both Spanish and European inspirations that influenced the personalities of several of the family’s most important members.
Address: Calle Cuba 102-108 entre Chacón y Tejadillo, Habana Vieja, Cuba.
Number of Rooms:38
This property, which dates back to the 19th century, belonged to Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, Commander of the Order of Spanish Queen Elizabeth the Catholic. El Comendador, exceptional for the intimacy and the silence that its inner spaces provide, is the perfect lodge for seclusion and meditation.Book it now!
The Palacio San Miguel Hotel is located at walking distance from Havana’s Harbour and La Punta and El Morro fortresses. The building was bought and modified on 1923 by Antonio San Miguel y Segala, an outstanding man of letters, altruist and promoter of Cuban culture.Book it now!
The house Roy’s Terrace Inn is located in a central area of Santiago de Cuba, where you can enjoy the various tourist spots in the city, rooms have great comfort, have a double and single bed, bathroom in each room hot and cold water, TV, minibar, fan and air conditioner, as well as access to […]Book it now!
A traditional seafaring tavern resembling 18th or 19th century styles, settled in Mercaderes street, very close to the Plaza Vieja. It offers 5 comfortable rooms located on the second floor, following the tradition of travellers who found sleeping quarters on the top floor and a place to eat on the ground floor.Book it now!
History and modern facilities are combined in this 18th-century marvelous building. The interior has a minimalist decoration which contrasts with the baroque design of the hotel’s façade and makes the building unique on the St. Francis of Assisi Square. From its roof-top terrace, you can enjoy the atmosphere of one of the main squares in […]Book it now!