Hostal El Comendador

Address: Calle Obrapia 55, Havana, Cuba | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Obrapia 55, Havana, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Havana

Transit

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 23, 2015

... international terminal but there is a dirt cheap bus from the national terminal. Thus unless you grab a taxi over to the national terminal you need to take a pretty expensive taxi into town. The network is state run so that this expenditure essentially ends up being another Gringo (immigration) tax.

Whilst on some days I'd try winging it over to the other terminal, with the amount of variables already at play in coming to Cuba, I decided to just take the hit and ...

Verdado, our last day in Havana.

A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 18, 2014

... which was part of the hotel.
We carried on down the La Rampa to where the Hotel National was nearer the sea front. This is an old Colonial hotel which has been preserved just as it was in the past. It had some amazing memorial in it with a hall of history bar with pictures of music stars, a record of ages of very old people with their photos, a large old truck that had been left behind, an old telephone etc. In ...

Havana

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 16, 2014

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... from a tray - I bought the cheapest ($4CUC), got the money shot for my Havana challenge and gave the cigar to the barman to smoke.

Walked back to the hotel via Emporado Street - which is not nearly as interesting as Obispo - without finding anywhere to eat. Beautiful evening - warm, but not uncomfortably so. Asked the doorman at the Iberostar for a recommendation for dinner, but he just tried (with all the best intentions I'm sure) to push me into a cyclo although I ...

Dirty Havana Trilogy

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 09, 2014

2 comments, 99 photos

... cave and Cayo Juitas the following day, if we wanted to join them there was space in their car. Sure enough we did, and we had a great day there. We ended up at a local Cubans for dinner, who grilled us lobster and fish while we hung out with his extended family. From Vinales onwards we traveled with Andy (the Brazilian guy) as Thais (the girl) had to go back to Brazil as she was working for FIFA for the World Cup. It was really helpful for us having a fluent ...

Las Terrazas: A Self-Sustaining Community

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 26, 2014

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... instructors” to satisfy the crush of American travelers. Perhaps Cuba would consider a more stringent visa system on their end in the years to come?

Following our lecture, we journeyed west of Havana to the province of Pinar del Rio to spend the rest of the day at Las Terrazas. In the hills of the Sierra del Rosario, Las Terrazas is a UNESCO-designated biosphere that is home to a small, self-reliant rural colony. In the ...