Calle Cuba No 2, esquina Pena Pobre, La Habana Vieja, Cuba.
(Old Havana Maps)
"Lovely hotel in excellent location"
Posted by: Sally on Mar 9, 2013
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Near the bay, Hotel San Miguel is located in a building acquired and modified in around 1923 by Antonio San Miguel y Segalá. He was a patron of the arts and distinguished man of letters who directed the Havana newspaper entitled La Lucha. It was an important paper during the war of independence of 1895.
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Posted by: Mariela Miranda
on Oct 8, 2009 >
2 contribution(s) Cuba
Visited on: Oct, 2009
1731 people found this review helpful
This hotel is excellent and the staff is very professional, the best mojitos in Cuba can be enjoyed on the balcony with Mr. Casanova and the best lobster in Havana is made here by chef Boris, I wouldn't hesitate to come back here
Patrick on Mar 26, 2008 >
1 contribution(s) Cuba
Visited on: Mar, 2008
3743 people found this review helpful
We enjoyed our stay here. The rooms were spacious and clean. The staff very friendly. Most all spoke englich. The breakfasts was OK but not as good as other Havana hotels. The location I thoughs was good for walking and sightseeing, also for catching a cab and visiting the near by arts and crafts fair. I would stay here again.
masnada christophe on Jan 25, 2008 >
10 contribution(s) FRANCE
Visited on: Jan, 2008
473 people found this review helpful
Un tout petit hôtel, face à l'entrée de la baie, belle vue. Chambres petites mais complètes, climatisation efficace et sans bruit ! Bon petit déjeuner, bon service. Mes photos : http://www.lahavane.net/san%20miguel.html
Alessio Rincetti on Jun 25, 2007 >
1 contribution(s) ITALY
Visited on: Jun, 2007
5218 people found this review helpful
Excellent location, perfect view from some rooms and top-floor restaurant. Rooms are clean, well equipped, old fashioned and cozy. Small, lovely hotel!
In the next trip to Cuba I will stay here again.