Hotel El Bosque
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Bosque Havana
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... full time since 2006 cleaning their API ponds of surface oil. The machines had been over worked since the need for constant use. The people at the refinery were amazing and
very thankful to Aqua-Guard and our service over the years. Great visit and great experience for Dylan to see our equipment in operation in difficult conditions.
... and appeared to be in the early stages of renovation. If they ever succeed in returning this strip to anything like its former glory, this could become one of the most sort after addresses in the Caribbean.
A little further on we passed Havana’s most famous hotel, The National. This beautiful building was completed in 1930 and holds a commanding position on a hill looking over the Caribbean. This was another hangout for the rich and famous and its guests ...
... commerce I mentioned before, more and more options are becoming available. Local cuisine revolves around eggs, beans, bread, basic meats and vegetables. However, pizza, pasta and hamburgers are starting to make in roads! Don’t come to Cuba expecting gourmet dining options, cause they don’t exist. Lets just Amanda couldn’t live here with limited fresh foods!
5) Stores: As earlier mentioned, there are very few businesses or stores in Cuba. However they ...
... large man, but the room did have a great view over the town. Loretta got lost as she couldn't make it into the ancient cast iron lift, but we met up again on the roof bar where the lift attendant was having a violent altercation with a guest. This enhanced our mojitos no end and I am sure Hemingway would have approved. At lunch we were serenaded on the accordion by yet another local looking for tips. I thought his choice ...
... convention ever organized and serving as Castro's command centre during the Cuban Missile Crisis (trenches and gun placements are still there)- there's even a pic of our PM Cretien giving Castro a big hug in the lobby.
Having just gotten over my addiction to taking far too many photos of monkeys, I found myself taking far too many photos of vintage automobiles- adding my collection to the billions that have likely been taken already is probably not needed but that's ...