Hostal Peregrino

Address: Consulado No 152 1st Floor, Havana, Cuba | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Consulado No 152 1st Floor, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, Monument to Jose Marti, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, and Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion).
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Peregrino Havana

Reviewed by samandmegan

Great place to stay in Havana

Reviewed Jun 8, 2014
by (4 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

Julio is great and will put you in touch with everything you need to know about your stay in Havana and Cuba. The rooms have aircon and it's really well situated for Havana Vieja - easily the most interesting part of Havana.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Peregrino Havana

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Havana

Mientras la ciudad duerme, yo pienso en ti

A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Oct 28, 2013

20 photos

... stoops of their street-side homes. All around were the sounds of chatting, laughing and occasional shouts from neighbours conversing from long distances. Any other city in the world and I'd feel sure the next bend would be my last. A constant sprawl of perfect mugging sites lay before us. A closer look and you notice children playing chase, little brothers and sisters dancing salsa on the balconies above. We passed a young dreadlocked rasta as ...


A travel blog entry by arnold.smolders on Jul 27, 2013

13 photos

... they do not have a problem to make a life. This is because, for one, education is free. You also don't have to pay rent. Everyone is equal. They are not free, however. It is not possible for a person born in Cuba to get out of the country. Not even for vacation. The tourists that come into the country have another currency so that the economy does not get mixed up. But enough about communism, lets talk more about tourism. We arrived in Havana, where we got acquainted with ...

Havana, May 31-June 3

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 31, 2013

28 photos

... and the passports. Who knew that the heavy rain would accompany for the next 7 days. For dinner we arranged to meet the girls from the other group. Unfortunately they had not shown up and after the two tour guides had a strange email exchange we just decided to go to bed.

Am nächsten Morgen war es glücklicherweise trocken und wir haben den wunderschönen Friedhof von Havana besucht. Wir hatten eine kleine Kubanische Frau, welche uns rumgeführt hast und uns ...

People Are Interesting

A travel blog entry by p2cezz on Jul 01, 2012

... guarding the front door with machine guns, we jokingly discussed whether we were part of a weird experiment or "gotcha" show testing our reactions. Apparently the police lived in the hotel and they took turns guarding the entrances - I am not sure if this made me feel safer or more of a target! Around 11pm we were then put back on the bus, and I met a cool guy from Japan, whom if I understood correctly, was planning ...

Pointless contemplation

A travel blog entry by mistytravels on Mar 18, 2012

2 comments, 62 photos

... three weeks have (almost) made me doubt my feeling of being a bit of a loner. Perhaps I’m not when surrounded by the right crowd? Anyway, mostly I still prefer to be the observer of things rather than a participant, oooor am I a clingy loner afraid to be by myself?! Need to stop thinking, just need some sleep…

The last couple of days were spent in Santiago de Chile, a city very much alive and kicking. I roamed the streets taking in the many ...