Islazul Las Terrazas Aparthotel

Address: Ave. Las Terrazas e/10 y Rotonda, Havana, Cuba | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Ave. Las Terrazas e/10 y Rotonda, Havana, is near Cementerio de Colon, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, Monument to Jose Marti, and Revolution Plaza (Plaza De La Revolucion).
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