H10 Habana Panorama
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of H10 Habana Panorama
TripAdvisor Reviews H10 Habana Panorama Havana
Travel Blogs from Havana
... those few old radio transmitters they had there and I think I get it that they want to tell us how important the revolution was and how good the socialism is… sadly I can’t really see those good points when I look around and talk with the Cubans.
... for something to happen. There is really no religious orientation in the country. Until the Pope visited, Christmas was not celebrated, it was just another work day.
Her descriptions of the drastic downturn suffered here as the Soviets left in the nineties were dramatic. The Soviets had really fueled the economy of Cuba. Without that support, the country was left with nothing. There was no food, constant black outs, curfews, and with ...
... we went to the Plaza de la Musica with them, an outdoor salsa bar, and then to the Grotto, a nightclub in a cave. I had so much fun on those nights in Trinidad, I could've stayed there for days on end. Apart from the nights out of which we have no photos we went to a national park where there is a beautiful waterfall you will see in our photos. That was truly amazing also. It took us almost one hour to reach the waterfall by foot each way, but it was so worth it when ...
... we are told that you can't self check in to Cuba. Would have been nice if there had been a notice to that effect. Had to queue for the only manual check in desk. Getting a bit worried about time now as we still had to drop off the bags. Eventually get to the head of the queue and get checked in, but discover we now have to buy a "visa" this can be done apparently quite easily at the gate. So we go through to security, and rush off to ...
... David called and found another van we drove to Santa Clara. We all tipped Ivan and thanked him for all his driving. When we arrived to the Che Guevara Memorial in the van, David told us that we could not bring anything in, and that we only had 10 minutes. We walked around outside and by the time we got in line to the enter the actual museum, it was time. We all really wanted to stay, so David convinced the drivers to give us 30 more minutes. ...