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Hotel Armadores de Santander , Old Havana, Havana, Kuba
Armadores de Santander & Muelle Luz (Light Pier) c.1904
Armadores de Santander & Muelle Luz c.1904
Terrace At The Hotel Armadores
Hotel Armadores De Santander Terrace
Armadores de Santander Hotel
Hotel Armadores De Santander
Armadores Hotel Suite
Hotel Armadores De Santander Suite
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The Hotel Armadores de Santander (which means ‘Shipowners of Santander’) overlooks the port of Havana. The building’s façade, with its stone reliefs of the coat of arms of Santander surrounded by maritime motifs, is wonderfully evocative of the city’s seagoing past.

Havana’s entire raison to be, was the excellence of its natural harbour and its strategic position within the Spanish Empire in the Americas. Nowhere is this easier to appreciate than from a balcony of the Armadores de Santander. The building was commissioned by Don José Cabrero Mier, a native of that city. Many important Havana shipowners maintained offices there, notably Don Ramón Herrera y Sancibrián, Count of Mortera, who after beginning his career as a weaver in the Spanish town of Mortera was driven by poverty to emigrate and try his luck in Cuba. Here he became a hugely successful banker and shipowner. During the Cuban Wars of Independence Don Ramón dedicated a part of his fleet to the service of the Spanish crown, for which he was rewarded with his title.

The Hotel Armadores de Santander was restored and is run by the Office of the City Historian of Havana, so all its profits are reinvested in the restoration of the city’s historical centre. Anyone keen on maritime history and the comings and goings of ships will love it. From early morning until late at night boats pass to and fro in front of the hotel and the views of the twinkling harbour lights in the evening, and the rising sun gleaming on the smooth water before the morning breeze gets up, are impossibly romantic.
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
Hodnocení 27 Dec 2016 s Hendrik J.M. K od Netherlands
Considering the price it was not ok. brekfast was poor and personnel at breakfast totally not interested. In total it was absolutely not worth the price.
Střední hodnocení od 1 hodnocení tohoto hotelu
24 hodinová recepce
Bar
Bezpečnost - detektory kouře, požární hlásiče, stroboskopy, hasicí přístroje, postřikovače
Bezpečnost - uniformovaný bezpečnostní personál 24 hodin
Čištění obuvi
Denní noviny
Galerie
Hotel byl nedávno zrekonstruován
Internet na hotelových počítačích
Kavárna / bar s občerstvením
Klimatizace
Konferenční haly a prostory
Kulečníky / pingpogové stoly
Malecon max 5min chůze
Mastercard & Visa (není vydávána bankou USA)
Mezinárodní kuchyně
Napětí 110/120
Noční klub v okolí
Obchody max 2min chůzí
Parkování
Personál recepce mluví španělsky, anglicky, francouzsky, německy, italsky
Pošta
Půjčovna aut
Restaurace
Služba praní a žehlení
Snídaně - z menu
Solárium
Stará budova byla obnovena
Taxi
Telefon - národní a mezinárodní hovory
Terasa
Turistické a informační středisko
TV místnost / bar (mezinárodní kanály a videa)
Úschovna zavazadel
Výtahy
Zařízení pro zdravotně postižené
Detaily Standartní pokoj  
The 30 standard rooms at the Armadores de Santander tend to have a smallish floor area but feel anything but cramped due to the immense height of their ceilings. Many of them have lovely marble balconies overlooking the harbour and original tiled floors. The bathrooms are large with attractive blue and white tiling and wonderfully generous 30s-style basins. A few of the room are split-level with a cosy sitting room below and a bedroom area above next to the original beams of the madly high ceilings. 20 of the rooms are twin bedded and the other 10 have matrimonial beds.
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
110 voltů
Balkon (podle dostupnosti)
Dětská postýlka (na vyžádání)
Dvojlůžková postel
Dvoulůžkové postele
Fén
Horká a studená voda
Klimtizace
Koupelna
Manželská postel
Minibar / lednička
Pokoj servis
Satelitní televize
Telefon
Trezor v pokoji
Zařízení pro zdravotně postižené
Detaily Pokoj  
Hotel Armadores de Santander has 1 suite. Details are coming soon.
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
110 voltů
220 voltů
Balkon (podle dostupnosti)
Dětská postýlka (na vyžádání)
Fén
Horká a studená voda
Klimtizace
Koupelna
Manželská postel
Minibar / lednička
Pokoj servis
Telefon
Terasa nebo balkon
Trezor v pokoji
Detaily Apartmá typu Junior  
The Hotel Armadores de Santander junior suite is graciously welcoming with a well designed seating area, kin-size bed, high ceilings and superb views of the harbour. The walls are hung with sepia photographs of Havana’s maritime past.
© 2009 Nigel Hunt
110 voltů
Balkon (podle dostupnosti)
Dětská postýlka (na vyžádání)
Fén
Horká a studená voda
Klimtizace
Koupelna
Manželská postel
Minibar / lednička
Pokoj servis
Satelitní televize
Telefon
Trezor v pokoji
Průvodce po Old Havana
The heart and soul of Havana is the old town Habana Vieja, declared a Heritage of Mankind Site in 1982 by UNESCO. It was keen to preserve the beauty of its architecture and promote the historical importance of its role within the region.

The following are just some of the interesting places to visit: Plaza de Armas, centred around a statue of the patriot Cespedes and emcompassed by shaded marble benches and second-hand booksellers, is the first public square built in the city. Plaza de la Catedral is perhaps the most beautiful square in the Caribbean which is surrounded by examples of the finest baroque architecture in the country. El Templete, small neoclassical temple which marks the spot where the first Mass was said in 1519. Castillo de la Real Fuerza is one of the oldest forts in the Americas, it holds modern art exhibitions downstairs and the battlements afford good views over the harbour. Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, the seat of government and governor's residence was transferred from the fort to the built. The presidential palace and then the municipal palace until Castro seized power it is now Museo de la Ciudad de la Habana. Museo de Arte Colonial, fine palace constructed in 1720, its yellow courtyard and little-altered architectural features are complemented by a large collection of 17th- and 18th-century furniture. Calle Obispo is Old Havana's most important and smartest thoroughfare, pedestrianized with missile heads as bollards.
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