Hotel Saratoga, Old Havana.
Leader among luxury hotels in Havana, the Saratoga holds several international awards in this category, including Conde Nast Traveller UK award. Made famous by a spur of celebrity guests, including Beyonce among the first North American artists to visit Cuba, the hotel has managed to hold on to its icon status.
Located in a landmark 1930s building, it’s architecture is one of its most celebrated features, particularly its facade featuring lower arches were of a Doric order, while the upper floors showed Ionic and Corinthian features joined by moldings and with a marked academic design. The railings were forged by the William Gardner, an English ironsmith living in Havana.
Saratoga is not only acknowledged for the quality of its services and facilities, but also it’s location. The hotels boasts some of the best views towards Old Havana, including the Capitolio and the Gran Teatro de La Habana and easy connections to the old squares and the Malecon, Havana’s seafront drive.
- Type: Hotel
Location: Old Quarters, Havana
Board Basis: Bed and Breakfast
Family Friendly, Couples, Solo
Category: Deluxe / Comfort
Services and Facilities at Hotel Saratoga
- 2 Themed Restaurants
- 3 Bars
- Facilities for Meetings and Events
Daily Room Servicing
24/7 Reception Staff
- Luxury Suites
- Walking Distance to Historical Sites
- Suite Habana
- Suit Prado
- Suite Capitolio
Laundry Service ($)
Hot / Cold Water
Hotel Saratoga Location
Saratoga Promo Video
This short video produced by the Hotel itself, allows visitors a sneak peak into Saratoga’s facilities, notable architecture, and elegant decor.
The Saratoga Hotel is ranked 16th place among the 100 best hotels in the category America and the Caribbean, from Condé Nast Traveller. A very characterful hotel, full of history dating back to its golden years between 1933 and 1960 as a hotel, then transformed into social housing project for many years during the revolution until declared inhabitable.
After a full restoration project under the leadership of the Office of the City Historian, Hotel Saratoga is back to it’s rightful place as architectural gem of Havana.