Hotel Iberostar Parque Central

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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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What our clients say

  • Highlight?: Santa Clara - fantastic accommodation and very memorable tour of city, Che mausoleum etc. The tour of Cienfuegos thanks to a wonderful guide (Sara(h?)).

    JM, Dorking
  • We got engaged at La Guarida in Havana on the second night, so the whole trip is going to be a memorable one for a very long time!

    TO, London
  • Highlights?: In no particular order: (1) the Hemingway tour (2) walking tour of old Havana (3) two trips to the fortresses across the Harbour (4) the Museum of the Revolution…

    DA, London
  • Highlight: The music & atmosphere in Havana. Seeing the countryside. Experiencing the quite different locations.

    AKD, Malmesbury
  • Most memorable experiences: The vibrancy of the music,friendliness of the people and the sheer variety of Landscapes,cities and coastlines. Particular highlights were the 1950's cars,Trinidad and vinales...We would definitely consider…

    LVK, Sevenoaks
  • All places were well worth visiting for their particular character etc. Our over-riding memory was of the lovely people we met and the sounds and rhythms of Cuba.

    IB, Chesterfield
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Our Expert's Opinion

A popular place to go in the evenings is Casa de la Música, an open-air street bar where you can dance to the live beats of the Chan Chan or Hasta Siempre, and the mojitos and daiquiris flow.

Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.


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