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Hostal Habana Moscow , Old Havana, Havana, Cuba
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
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Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
Habana Meets Moscow Room
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
Havana Meets Moscow Room with Two Single Beds Turned Into One Double Bed
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
The Old Plaza Room
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
The Red Plaza Room
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
Traditional Room
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
Bathroom
Hostal Habana Moscow, Old Havana
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Hostel Habana Moscow is where e tropical-traditional style meets modern western European minimalism.

Outside this 1956 house seems like any other house in the Old Havana neighbourhood. Nevertheless, inside there is an unexpected mix between comfort and minimalism. The house is painted in pastel colours, making its architectural pre-revolution style the main selling point. A strong contrast to the deteriorated façades of the building that surrounds the location.

Hostel Habana Moscow contains 4 large independent sound proofed non-smoking rooms: "Havana meets Moscow Room", "Old Plaza Room", "Red Plaza Room" and the "Tradition Room". Each one has a maximum capacity of two people complete with private indoor bathrooms. The “Havana meets Moscow room” is the only one with a private balcony, making it the most illuminated room of the house and the only one with two single beds that can turn into one double bed.

Hostel Habana Moscow also has a few common spaces where the guests can gather: a wide living room with a balcony, an indoor patio that connects the living room with the kitchen, and the most beautiful spot of the entire house, the rooftop terrace. The terrace has a unique setting, equipped with a bar, sofas under a wooden pergola and a set of loungers. Perfect scenario to start the day with a nice breakfast, to have an evening drink or just to take a relaxing nap under the Cuban sun.

Jorge, the owner, lived in Moscow for almost 13 years and always had the dream of having his own hotel and his main goal is to offer an almost hotel-like service to all visitors.

Located on O´Reilly street, the second most transited street in Old Havana, Hostel Habana Moscow is extremely close to Old Havana's main attractions: Parque Central (Central Park), the
Grand Manzana de Gomez (Cuba’s first indoor shopping mall, now converted in a trendy hotel with classy shops on the ground floor), the Floridita (one of Hemingway's favourite hangouts in Cuba), the Revolution Museum, the Plaza Vieja (Old Plaza), the Cathedral and more.

Jorge Wilson invites you to into his home and delight on the amazing comfort and luxury that Havana Moscow has to offer.
© 2017 Nigel Hunt
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24 hour reception
Air conditioning
Bar
Breakfast - à la carte
Daily newspapers
Hotel was recently renovated
Laundry & dry cleaning
Laundry & Ironing Service
Minibar / Fridge (stocked)
Private secure off-street parking
Telephone - national calls only
Terrace
Translation services
Details of Havana meets Moscow Room  
“Havana meets Moscow Room” is the first room and the best room of the hostel, with a spacious white balcony and two single bed that can be paired-up into one double luxury bed. A wildly illuminated room decorated in pastel pale green colour walls and white curtains gives a specific ambiance of paradise and tranquillity from the heights. The room has a narrow bathroom decorated in white and orange tiles and a whimsical blue rug, which matches the blue hairdryer. Two pictures of Havana and Moscow in each column great you as you enter the space, a spiritual tradition that connects the host’s two homes. “Havana meets Moscow”, traditional Cuban architecture and modern stiles of the Moscow.
© 2017 Nigel Hunt
110 volt outlets
220 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Baby's cot (on request)
Balcony
Balcony (subject to availability)
Bathroom (ensuite)
Bathroom amenities
Bedside tables
Hair-dryer
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
Luggage rack
Make-up mirror
Minibar / Fridge (stocked)
Satellite TV
Shower
Twin beds
Details of Old Plaza Room  
Second best room at Hostel Habana Moscow and flawless room of the house. This second room is fully covered in white, with a white geometric dresser (with a mirror) and an enormous closet that takes the entire front bed wall. It is the only bedroom with a king size luxury bed, that goes perfectly with the vanguard furniture and the metallic collared sheets. Modern accommodations with traditional pattern green-beige tassels, very common in houses of old Havana. The decoration of the room is intelligently designed to pop up the “Old Plaza” photo that hangs in the back wall. In middle of the minimalism style, you can find vibrant coloured details. "Old Plaza Room" is less noisy than the first, because there is no balcony and window. The bathrooms, on the other hand, are pretty much the same in every room, narrow structure with showers and all the necessary utensils
© 2017 Nigel Hunt
110 volt outlets
220 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Baby's cot (on request)
Bathroom (ensuite)
Bathroom amenities
Bedside tables
Hair-dryer
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
King size bed
Luggage rack
Make-up mirror
Minibar / Fridge (stocked)
Satellite TV
Shower
Details of Red Plaza Room  
Jorge Wilson lived 13 years in Moscow, so he gets home sick when he gets back to Cuba from time to time. This bedroom is a tribute to one of his favourite’s spots in Moscow, the Red Plaza. To pup-up the most important detail of the room, the Red Plaza photograph, the walls are painted in beige, just as the sheets and the furniture have a wooden and rustic touch (from the night table to the dresser). Even though it is smaller in comparison with the other two, it has a double sized bed and it is quieter because it has no windows or balcony.
© 2017 Nigel Hunt
110 volt outlets
220 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Baby's cot (on request)
Bathroom (ensuite)
Bathroom amenities
Bedside tables
Double bed
Hair-dryer
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
Luggage rack
Make-up mirror
Minibar / Fridge (stocked)
Shower
Details of Tradition Room  
“Tradition” is the last room of the house, at the end of the hallway that connects the living room with the kitchen. This is the most modest and smallest room of the four presented in the Havana Moscow Hostel, with black mahogany furniture. Therefore, it also has the smallest bathroom. The good thing about this room is that is more distant than the other, which makes it perfect if you are looking for some privacy and closer to the kitchen, if you get hungry and want to ask for some snacks. Simple, small, cheap and comfortable is what you get with this room.
© 2017 Nigel Hunt
110 volt outlets
220 volt outlets
Air conditioning
Baby's cot (on request)
Bathroom (ensuite)
Bathroom amenities
Bedside tables
Double bed
Hair-dryer
Hot & cold water
In-room safe
Luggage rack
Make-up mirror
Shower
Guide to 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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