I was here twice over the same week on a recent tour of Cuba. The rooms vary widely. On my first stay I was on a lower floor, had a very basic, small room with only a tiny window. I could barely move around in the room. On the second stay I had a higher floor, nice queen bed, everything seemed to fit better, quite satisfactory. Some in our party complained of street noise, but that was not an issue for me. Hotel staff, especially front desk, not particularly attentive. The restaurant was passable for included breakfast, but for dinner, much better options at nearby paladars.
Internet via lobby computers suitable. If you want wi-fi you'll have to head across the square to the Parque Central, which, from the lobby anyway, looks like a much more upper scale hotel.
The location of the Inglaterra is great, however, situated between the Calle Obispo trendy restaurant bar zone on one side, and great old rustic neighborhoods on the other. The famous Malecon boardwalk is several blocks but a doable walk away. Havana is a treasure and Hotel Inglaterra is right in the middle of it.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included