|Low season||August||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||March||most expensive time to stay|
|36%||expected price decrease|
|18%||expected price increase|
£75 - £143
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£107||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£71||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Nacional de Cuba|
Hotels Near Airport
Average Length of Stay
If you're looking for parts of the country with a rich history, artsy taste, and natural landscapes, consider hotels in Cuba in the capital city, Havana, or Santiago de Cuba. You'll want to know a little about the public transport system since things probably work a little differently to back home. One of the main modes of public transport in these two cities is Colectivos, a shared taxi that travels along a fixed route on the road, these are usually cars from the 1950s and very colourful. You can flag these down by raising your hand when seeing one and paying the fee when you get in. Another option in the cities is using private taxis, which come in three different types, Coco Taxis, Cuba Taxis, and Grancar. Yellow coco taxis are tourist taxis and you'll negotiate the price before getting in.
Tourists flock to Cuba yearly for a variety of reasons. It may be one of the largest islands in the Caribbean Sea, but it's the rich history and the political upheaval throughout the years that draw people to the destination. Finding cheap hotels in Cuba is simple enough and a good way to start your exploration of the country. Book Cuba hotels in Havana and take the time to meander through the Havana Malecon, a bustling promenade that serves as a symbol of the city. A couple of other things to do in Havana include wandering the streets of Old Havana or visit the final resting place of the revolutionary, Che Guevara, celebrated with a bronze statue of the man.
If you're travelling through Cuba, you can't miss checking out some of the local paladares, or privately-owned restaurants, in cities like Havana, where the main social scene is. Book hotels in Havana, Cuba, and check out some of the popular places to swing past, such as San Cristóbal, a local, eclectic place serving some Cuban-Creole dishes or La Carboncita, a spot to indulge in carb cravings. Regardless of the place you end up in, you're likely to experience local cuisine like the shredded beef staple ropa vieja, Cerdo Asado (roast pork), and of course, the strongest Cuban coffee imaginable. Havana's nightlife is based around singing and dancing and stands as some of the best in all of Cuba. Check out local places like La Casa de la Musica and try some local brews like Cerveza Cristal.
The capital city is the one constant in the country and bears the mark of much of the socialist propaganda that has driven the art and culture scene for many years, many still centred around Castro's revolution. One of the popular images from this time is the iconic photograph of Che Guevara. Find cheap hotels in Cuba near the Ministry of the Interior building and stare at the giant mural of Che on the side. The two main museums in Havana are The Museum of Fine Arts, which boasts the largest collection in Cuba, and The Museum of Decorative Arts.
At just £65 per night on average, September is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Cuba. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Cuba is July.
As many would assume, more people stay in Havana than in any other city while visiting Cuba.
Be Live Experience Turquesa
Carretera Las Morlas Km 12 1/2 Reparto T, Varadero, Cuba
Hotel Colonial Cayo Coco
Cayo Coco, Jardines Del Rey, Ciego De ÃVila, Cayo Coco, Cuba
Hostal Habana Boulevard
Boulevard de San Rafael #207, Havana, Cuba
La Casa de Oscar
Ayestaran 16, Havana, Cuba
Casa Eduardo y Raquel
Calle 33 #2615A, Entre 26 y 30, Havana, Cuba
Art Studio Habana Vieja 55
Pena Pobre 55, Entre Aguiar Y Habana, Havana, Cuba
Blau Privilege Cayo Libertad (Only Adults)
Carretera Las Morlas Final, Varadero, Cuba
Obrapia 408, Havana, Cuba
Casa Carlos Rico
Alicia Y Katiuska
Crespo 64 Bajos, Havana, Cuba
Hotel Neptuno - Tritón
3ra Ave. Y 74, Miramar, Playa, Havana, Cuba
Villa La Granjita
Carretera Maleza Km. 2 1/2, Santa Clara, Cuba
Brisas del Caribe
Carretera Las Morlas km 12 1/2 Matanzas, Varadero, Cuba
179, Francisco Peterssen/Chinchiquirá, Trinidad, Cuba
Calle 21 Edificio Numero 15 Apto 5c, Havana, Cuba
Cubanacan Hotel Versalles
Alturas de Versalles Km 1/2, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
momondo is free to use with no hidden fees or costs. momondo searches across numerous travel websites to return hotels and accommodation options in Cuba which you can then filter quickly and easily.
You can filter by price, location, amenities, review score and so much more on momondo. That is how we can help you find a great place to stay in Cuba.