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Palacio O'Farrill , Old Havana, Havana, Kuba
O'Farrill Hotel Old Havana
Palacio O'Farrill Ceiling
Old Havana Palacio O'Farrill
Hotel Palacio O'Farrill Entrance
Palacio O'Farrill Interior Hall
O'Farrill Interior Hall
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The Hotel Palacio O’Farrill is a terrifically grand neoclassical mansion standing on the corner of Cuba & Chacon Streets near the port of Havana. Its owner, Don Ricardo O’Farrill y O’Daly, made his fortune in the slave trade, & owned several large sugar mills. The entrance hall of his house is almost ludicrously impressive, with a toweringly high ceiling, & vast iron-studded polished mahogany doors. Also not to be missed, are two small but elegant black marble seats in the hallway or the idiosyncratically double-scrolled archway leading into the courtyard.

The general aesthetic of the O’Farrill is Cuban colonial; Hibernian it is not, but as if to rectify the situation the colour green has been applied with a liberal hand throughout the establishment. On occasion enthusiasm for the Emerald Isle seems to run amuck, such as in the stinging viridian in the stained glass fanlights & the startling lime-green walls of the sitting rooms in the suites.

The faces of visitors drinking pre-lunch cocktails in the courtyard also acquire an interesting hue from the greenish tinge of the canopy which shades them from the sun. However the restaurant and snack bar break with the chromatic norm, & the latter, decorated in mahogany with terracotta furnishings, proves welcomingly cool relief after a morning of sightseeing in what can sometimes feel like the blast furnace, albeit the very picturesque one, of Old Havana.

A particularly attractive feature of the Palacio O'Farrill building is the way in which the mahogany detailing has been left unpainted, being simply varnished to show the beauty of the wood. Throughout the building there are pieces of good old Cuban furniture as well as numerous reproductions, but the latter are so well made in exact imitation of traditional pieces that the overall impression is one of pleasing visual harmony.
© 2013 Nigel Hunt
24 hodinová recepce
Bar
Bezpečnost - uniformovaný bezpečnostní personál 24 hodin
Čištění obuvi
Denní noviny
Galerie
Hlučná ulice
Hotel byl nedávno zrekonstruován
Internet na hotelových počítačích
Kavárna / bar s občerstvením
Klimatizace
Konferenční haly a prostory
Lobby bar
Malecon max 5min chůze
Mastercard & Visa (není vydávána bankou USA)
Mezinárodní kuchyně
Napětí 110/120
Noční klub v okolí
Obchod se základními potřebami, suvenýry a dárky
Obchody max 2min chůzí
Parkování
Personál recepce mluví španělsky, anglicky, francouzsky, německy, italsky
Pošta
Půjčovna aut
Restaurace
Služba praní a žehlení
Snídaně - bufet
Solárium
Stará budova byla obnovena
Taxi
Telefon - národní a mezinárodní hovory
Turistické a informační středisko
TV místnost / bar (mezinárodní kanály a videa)
Úschovna zavazadel
Výtahy
Zařízení pro zdravotně postižené
Zdravotní služby
Detaily Standartní pokoj  
The 35 standard rooms at the Palacio O’Farrill have peach walls and green-stained modern furniture. They’re comfortable, clean and bright but not grand. Windows tend to be small but still provide lots of light. They have particularly attractive tiled floors, squishy sofas and chairs with green (naturally) upholstery and the bathrooms, although small, are shinily clean and functional. There are only 2 standard rooms with matrimonial beds. The other 33 are twin bedded.
© 2013 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 Apartmá typu Junior  
The 3 suites at the Palacio O’Farrill are almost unbelievably grand in terms of space – they’re so large and have such exaggeratedly high ceilings that all their furniture looks as if it were dolls’-house sized. The rooms have beautiful inlaid marble floors and are decorated with Cuban antiques; room 201 contains an irresistible piece of nineteenth century mahogany furniture: a baby’s cradle, made up with crisp white linen sheets and a tiny linen-covered pillow. Floor-to-ceiling French doors open onto balconies overlooking the street and the bathrooms are tiled in beautiful deep green and grey Cuban marble. Highly recommended for those wishing to indulge their delusions of late eighteenth century Colonial grandeur.
© 2013 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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