Melia Cohiba

Ave Paseo entre 1 y 3, Havana, Cuba | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $190.00

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A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 08, 2014

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The day started early. We left the hotel around 6:20 and were at Miami International airport by 7:00 AM prepared to stand and wait (while our tour leader took care of the cumbersome details) until time to board the National AIrlines plane for our 10:00 AM flight. The gate was packed; there were at least two other tours in addition to ours plus a …

Art in Jeff City

A travel blog entry by soppe


On the agenda for Sunday, June 22 was an exploration of Jefferson City. The capitol building was an obvious choice, after spending the prior evening photographing the exterior. I had also found a brochure on Missouri Wines - apparently the state is full of vineyards and wineries. Rumor has it that during Prohibition, Missouri was one of the few places where the grapes grown for ...

A typical day in Havana

A travel blog entry by c.i.222


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On the Road Again (for the first time)

A travel blog entry by soppe


I just can't wait to get on the road again (for the first time)...We left Saturday, June 21 in the afternoon - spent the morning with last minute packing, of course - with a plan to drive 3 full hours to Jefferson City, Missouri.

Why Jefferson City? Because there's a haunted prison, that's why. Don't act surprised. Missouri State Penitentiary closed in ...

Brother John

A travel blog entry by vwlinda


My brother John has more intuitive and experienced knowledge of vehicles than anyone I know. I was eager to take my van to him so he could get his hands on it and check it out. He parked her in his cool garage and began his examination. The cruise control is not working, and he ruled out a fuse issue. He took the lower dash panel off to examine the things one would find there and deemed them good. We enjoyed the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Ave Paseo entre 1 y 3, Havana, is near Missouri State Capitol, Governor's Mansion, Cole County Historical Museum, and Natural Connections Wellness Center and Spa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMelia Cohiba Havana

    Reviewed by rachel21601


    Reviewed Feb 8, 2014
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    Luxurious hotel-accommodating staff. The location, across from the Malecon, is excellent. Not without problems though-for one, the electricity was unreliable. On the other hand, Ramon, the hairdresser is fabulous.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by raymond52

    Great Hotel

    Reviewed Jan 8, 2014
    by (15 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Fantastic place in the middle of a city that has stood still since 1958.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Melia Cohiba Havana

    Top Hotel and not too far from Old Havana


    This hotel was a lot nicer than I expected - actually nicer than I wanted but was booked on a package. This is a really top class hotel. Buffet breakfast was included and food was very good. There are 5 restuarants here to chose from but eating in town is more interesting and generally less expensive. The staff are friendly and helpful but some are not very well trained but they try hard to make your stay pleasant. The two pools and deck area are great. If you go there swimming in the morning it's tempting to lounge around the pool the whole day.

    Good Cohiba


    I was in Cohiba last week in september 2004. No complains. Staff worries about you. Air-condition works properly, food was good (swedish table). Old Havana is 5-6 km far and taxi-fare costs 5 - 7 $. I was really satisfied with hotel. So, if I will go back to Havana, Melia Cohiba is my choice.

    Watch out for long distance calls


    The Hotel is ok but have the following problems:

    Excellent hotel,lush and beautiful!


    This was my 3rd. time to Havana. My second time I stayed at the Melia Cohiba which was good for downtown action and activity as the Havaba Club is next door. However, for honeymooners and a little more class, the Melia Habana is the best. A beautiful hotel with a very large pool in a quiet neighbourhood. Very secure also.

    Socialist service, capitalist price


    If you are staying at the Melia Cohiba, be forewarned of a few things.

    Nice, but no Cuban flavor


    I liked the Cohiba, but it didn't have the flavor I was looking for in Havana. I could have been in the Cohiba in NYC. With that being said, everything was very nice. I got butchered by the hair salon in the hotel. I preferred the Riviera which is around the corner from the Cohiba. That had a 1950's feel of old school Havana.

    Comunist hotel


    stay for 2 hour and check out, the room was like a oven at least 98 f,the air is no up to this hotel, i decide to change rooms and the same happens again and you can not open the windows, the sun beats on the windows really hard (air to maximum) and the hotel have a european electric set up(220v)another pain...

    Melia Cohiba, a memorable stay!!!


    We stayed at Melia Cohiba on January, 2003 and I must say this international first class hotel really exceeded our expectations. A quick ride from Old Havana, I was very much impressed with the cleanliness and quality service we pamper ourselves with. From famed Havana Cafe, with its vintage cars and excellent traditional music to its acclaimed cigar lounge, not forgetting the friendly and professional staff, the hotel is definitely a must-stay for any international traveller. I want to thank friend Bob for wisely reccommending this venue and I will certainly share this experience with other friends visiting Havana.

    Nazi Cohiba


    The Melia Cohiba is lovey but large, and it's location is almost perfect, just across the street from the seawall (the Malecon) and well situated in Vedado between lovely Miramar and hot Habana Centro.

    Melia Cohiba... grand style in Havana


    We stayed at the Melia Cohiba in Havana in Dec. 2002. We had a great time while there. The hotel is big, and sometimes it can look a bit impersonal, but the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Rooms are big, comfortable, with lots of closet/storage space, in room safe, a big bathroom with combined tub/shower, great amenities, including a bidet.

    The location in Havana is great, in Vedado, relatively close to Old Havana (10 min. taxi ride). Lots to see and do in Havana. I would definitely reccommnet staying there. Not exactly cheap, but probably the best place to stay in Havana.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Melia Cohiba Havana

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent