Hotel Roc Presidente

Address: C/ Calzada 110, Havana, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Roc Presidente Havana

      Reviewed by explorergirl

      Renovations and Improvements for Presidente...

      Reviewed Jul 14, 2013
      by (1 review) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

      Overall I was a little disappointed by the hotel. I really enjoyed the bellboy. Has very friendly and helpful. There were a few other staff members that were nice but a few were very unfriendly. The room was clean but the hotel did appear to have a bug infestation. I saw a bug that appeared to be a roach in the room. The breakfast buffet was huge. The cleani. The hotel provided me with what I needed a roof over my head, food and a hot shower. If I go back to Cuba

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Roc Presidente Havana

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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