New hotel Paseo Habana illustrates Cuban tourism
Tourism authorities in the capital highlighted the new presence of the Hotel Paseo Habana, located in the Vedado neighborhood and operated by the accommodation company Islazul.
The report of that Cuban hotel chain highlights that with 28 years recently celebrated, Islazul offers travelers comfortable accommodation and for all tastes throughout the largest of the Antilles.
Those who seek nature environments or cultural city experiences in addition to the beaches, have an excellent option in their establishments, they said. In Havana, the company manages the Paseo Habana hotel, very close to the avenue that gives it its name and which is one of the main avenues in the city.
The facility has 30 air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom and cable TV, ideal for resting and relaxing after a tour of the city. As gastronomic options, it offers the Brisas de Paseo restaurant and its Bar 17, where guests can access a varied menu of cocktails and tapas.
For small-format events and meetings, the hotel has a room with capacity for 25 people, air-conditioned, with TV and other technological facilities. Particularly noteworthy is the wide Havana-style portal, one of the spaces preferred by customers to observe life in the Vedado neighborhood.
The arm or rocking chairs guarantee the enjoyment of a good moment of relaxation, while advancing in reading or enjoying a coffee. Very close to the Paseo Habana hotel are theaters such as the Mella, the Trianón and the National, nightclubs such as the Yellow Submarine, the Jazz Café and the Art Factory, and museums such as the Decorative Arts Museum.
Going down Paseo Avenue you can reach the famous Malecón Habanero, move to the Historic Center of the Capital, or enjoy a day under the sun on the Eastern Beaches of Havana, Islazul executives recalled. (Information from Prensa Latina)