Historic, well-run hotel in a lively central location, with stylish rooms and a central courtyard retaining original brickwork and arches.
In a lively corner of Old Havana on the busy Parque Central, a late 19th-century building houses the well-run Hotel Telégrafo - Cuba's oldest hotel. Its striking sky blue façade forms a distinctive part of the local architecture, while inside the décor is tasteful and contemporary.
The well-appointed rooms are stylishly furnished and comfortable. There's a beautiful central courtyard, which has retained much of its original brickwork and arches together with a rather impressive mural. Other amenities include a bar, atmospheric pavement cafe and restaurant serving a good breakfast (not common in Cuba!).
What our clients say
I don't know what the cost was for us to stay there but the tariff in the hotel was 250cucs per night. so not a cheap place to stay. would not compare favourably to similar price in Uk. Satisfactory but lacking in atmosphere and some minor issues in room eg curtains coming off hooks, shower not working well, lack of hot water.SR, Frome
This hotel became our favourite. Sadly we stayed only for one night after a 24 hour delay in arrival but the hotel was very interesting and beautiful, the area was ideal and I will request this next time.MF, London