Inaugurated in 1928, reopens its doors again, enriching the historical surrounding. Park View Hotel was one of the first hotels built with American capital and one of the highest comfort in Havana in the first decades of the 20th century.
Though a bit smallish and plainly decorated, the 55 standard rooms at the Park View are comfortable and practical. No rooms lack windows, but fifteen face a neighboring building which does not make for a picturesque view. Sixteen of the street-facing rooms (located on the 2nd and 5th floor) have balconies and couples will probably prefer one of the fifteen rooms which have matrimonial beds (the forty remaining are twin-bedded). Most rooms are fitted with showers and only twenty have bathtubs.
• Air Conditioning
• Satellite TV
• Safety Deposit Box
• Private Bathroom
• Cold & hot water
Just off Prado, the Park View is around the corner from the Museum of Fine Arts and a short walk away from the seawall (which affords a magnificent view of the lighthouse and Morro fortress). The Capitolio and Gran Teatro are also a brief stroll away, and nearby Obispo leads you straight to the heart of the Havana’s colonial centre.