Hotel Iberostar Parque Central
Iberostar Parque Central is a first class resort right on the main square of old Havana with open-air pools, restaurants and bars.
Iberostar’s flagship first class hotel in Havana, the large and luxurious (for Cuba) Parque Central is, as its name suggests, located right in the heart of Havana on the historic central square. Behind the imposing façade of the main neo-classical building and within the adjoining modern tower - connected by an enclosed walkway – are well furnished guestrooms with decor to match; cosy classic style in the old building and contemporary freshness in the tower. Many of the rooms on the higher floors have magnificent views over the city.
The complex offers an impressive array of facilities: two open-air rooftop pools with sun-loungers and city vistas, jacuzzis, three restaurants offering different cuisines, and three bars including a pool bar - live music is sometimes offered in the bars.
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