Hotel Nacional de Cuba


81 years of history give prestige to the Classic for Distinction of the Gran Caribe hotel; NATIONAL HOTEL OF CUBA, constituting a symbol of history, culture and Cuban. The guns that were part of the old Santa Clara Battery and now on display in the garden were declared a World Heritage Site, in addition, the Hotel is a National Monument and was inscribed on the Memory of the World Register.
THE December 30, 1930 Hotel was inaugurated in 1992 and was restored in general, keeping all the splendor of its eclectic architecture, a mixture of Art Deco features with other modern influences of the time.
The National Hotel of Cuba has a privileged location in the heart of Vedado, the most central area of ​​Havana, on a hill just a few meters from the sea. Its unique views offer a beautiful and varied landscape of the city, among which you can admire, Havana Bay with their classic seawall and the ancestral Morro fortress.
The magnificence of the National Hotel of Cuba, throughout these years, has trapped hundreds of celebrities from the arts, sciences and politics as Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister artists Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Johnny Weissmuller, Mary Felix, Jorge Negrete, Marlon Brando, Robert Redford, Michael Keaton, Danny Glober, Robert De Niro; filmmakers Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone, Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Polanski; scientists as the discoverer of penicillin Alexander Fleming and many others who have left their mark among the gardens and lounges.