CheapAir doesn’t yet offer hotel bookings for Cuba properties, we have done some of the research for you in key locations. The following properties are in good locations and boast very positive reviews from former guests. Plus, you can book directly online from their websites, all in English:
A Cuba 5-star experience. Guests report this is in a great location in Havana for both business and relaxation. It’s located near the coastline, offers a café/nightclub, a cigar lounge and an art gallery, and of course, a swimming pool. $250-$400+/night.
Location, location, location! This hotel, recently renovated, is in a very busy area of Havana, across from the Capitol building. Elegant, grand and guests rave about the views—which they are likely enjoying from the rooftop terrace. Note: booking is not entirely online for this property; you must submit a reservation request (email) and go from there.
Hotel Nacional de Cuba
If you’re seeking a slightly more humble and historic experience, this may be the property for you. This hotel dates back to the late 1920s. The land it sits on has a history of pirates and towers and cannons—and the eclectic history has rolled over into this hotel’s architecture, a mix of Art Deco, neo-classical and Moorish; in fact, some say it may be one of the most unusual buildings in the Caribbean region.
Royalton Hicacos Varadero Resort & Spa
Adults only. Think white sand beaches, swim-up pool bars, spa service and fine dining. Guests rave about the gardens, romantic atmosphere and top-notch service.
Melia Las Americas
This property is an all-inclusive option in Cuba’s major resort hotspot. This hotel is known to be a good bang for your buck, and it attracts a lot of golfers and convention business. All the typical resort goodies apply: spa, pool services and fine dining.