Cuba Travel

Renovated Saratoga Hotel reopens in Old Havana

Posted November 22, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Travel.

The Saratoga Hotel was officially inaugurated in Havana’s historic heart, a place of interest for foreign tourists.

The five-star hotel, one of the most beautiful establishments in the Cuban capital, offers 96 rooms, three bars, two restaurants, swimming pool, business center and other amenities.

The hotel, located on 603 Prado Promenade and Dragones Street, is run by the joint venture Hotel Saratoga S.A.

The eight-story hotel has a swimming pool on the roof, in addition to seven suites overlooking the interior patio or Parque de la Fraternidad (Fraternity Park).

The building is reminiscent of the Spanish colonial period and has an eclectic architectural style characterized by French carpentry, tiles and Cuban marble.

The Saratoga is part of the country’s hotel offers in Havana, the main tourist destination in the Caribbean Island, and its options will link its future guests with the environment in Old Havana.

Member Comments

On November 13, 2008, Cubaking wrote:

High speed ( for Cuba) internet in the rooms too….