|Low season||September||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||July||most expensive time to stay|
|37%||expected price decrease|
|27%||expected price increase|
£65 - £142
|Highest day of week||Monday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£105||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£69||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Nacional de Cuba|
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A historic locale made all the more accessible by its numerous cheap hotels, an ideal way to experience Havana is on foot. This city offers the avid sightseer up-close access to various landmarks, such as the Catedral de San Cristóbal and the five-mile-long El Malecón, stretching from the mouth of Havana Harbor to the mouth of the Almendares River. Most of the more prominent Havana hotels offer access to more than just the most notable landmarks. Some up-scale options include the Habana Riviera Hotel in Vedado and Iberostar Parque Central in Habana Vieja. Whether taking in the vibrant culture by tour group or exploring on your own, public transportation, taxis and trains are available. Notable tourism districts include the above-mentioned Habana Vieja (Old Havana), rich in Cuban culture and historical landmarks, as well as Vedado, Miramar, and Centro Havana, each boasting their own unique character, and offering cheap hotels in Havana.
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Deciding on the neighbourhood to stay in for your trip may not mean that any of Havana’s numerous attractions are out of reach to you, but it may inform the general expense of your visit. To experience the real heart of what Havana is and what it has to offer, you may choose to stay in Old Havana. It is a beautiful, colorful neighbourhood with bustling streets and colonial architecture, and a central area for public transportation stops. This popularity does, unfortunately, mean it is one of the more expensive areas to stay in. If you are visiting Havana to get a feel for the city’s local, modern-day culture, you may be surprised to learn that the newest neighbourhood, Prado, is a good option. Here, historical romanticism gives way to modern Cuban culture’s normalcy, making Prado a hub for modern artists and performers. If it’s festivities you are after, La Rampa in the Vedado neighbourhood boasts a variety of hotels, nightclubs, parties and various art exhibitions.
Its unique geopolitical landscape and inviting culture ensure that Havana will provide a memorable experience. A perpetually festive undertone complemented by a warm, tropical climate forms part of the iconic allure that attracts its many tourists from around the world. When it comes to sightseeing, few places could match the neoclassical architecture and historical prevalence of Old Havana. A number of public plazas, a public garden and the famous Havana City Museum offer days (if not weeks) worth of exploration. The walkway El Malecón embodies the Caribbean aesthetic, imparting an atmosphere that sparks the exotic expectations that even the most world-weary traveler cannot deny. Check out the Bay of Havana and Castillo de Los Tres Reyes del Morro, also known as El Morro, which truly calls back to the romanticism of the days of the Caribbean pirates. El Morro was built as a fort to fend off attacks by the sea in the late 16th century.
The entertainment and nightlife scene in Havana is primarily focused in and around the more popular tourism sites. Some of the most popular restaurants offer exquisite views of beaches and landmarks. For the more discerning palate, El Biky is a very popular restaurant located just outside the main tourism hubs, offering traditional Cuban dishes without the ubiquitous fan fair you might otherwise encounter. The Vedado neighbourhood is home to Café Brown, a little bespoke eatery famous for its cocktails, sandwiches and numerous vegetarian alternatives. The lobster, if available, is a must-have. Back in Old Havana, overlooking the Plaza Vieja, the exclusive Azúcar Lounge caters to those looking to enjoy the warm local hospitality. Specializing in twists on traditional Cuban dishes, including interesting takes on traditional tapas, depending on the conversion rate, you may still find the experience costing less than an orange juice in JFK Airport.
A renowned annual event in Havana, the Jazz Plaza International Festival is a collection of events and stages, all celebrating the massive festival that draws the world's largest audience of jazz performers and fans from around the world. It takes place across Old Havana, Vedado and pretty much all parts of the city in mid-January. In early February, the Fortress San Carlos de La Cabaña plays host to the International Book Fair, a literary attraction that promises to offer more than mere debate on the top titles of the year. One of the more formal events to take place in Havana is the Habano Festival in February, which celebrates the proud tradition behind Cuban cigars. Alongside formal galas, participants will be given the opportunity to visit and inspect some of the tobacco fields, an industry Cuba is quite proud of. There are a number of other events that take place in Havana throughout the year, including during the offseason.
Visiting Havana for 6 nights is the most common choice for our users.
The price of a hotel in Havana depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around £57 per night.
Room prices for hotels in Havana can be as much as 38% lower in the month of September. So this is a great time to book and save money.
Tuesday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Havana. The highest price tends to be on Sunday.
Hostels in Havana (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) cost £38 per person, per night on average. This is £19 per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Havana.
Whilst there are several neighbourhoods to choose from, most users tend to stick to La Habana Vieja, La Lisa, Cotorro and San Miguel del Padrón when staying in Havana.
The average temperature in Havana during July is around 27 °C which makes it the perfect time to spend time having fun and seeing something new outside at popular area attractions.
Simone L'Italiano Vero
Manrique, 112 Entre Animas y Lagunas, Havana, Cuba
Calle Morro Numero 52, Havana, Cuba
Villa Marlene (Airport Pickup)
Calle 27, No. 3011 Entre, Havana, Cuba
Casa Miriam Hostal Colonial
206 Lealtad, First Floor, Havana, Cuba
Animas 966, Havana, Cuba
955 Calle 23, Havana, Cuba
El Almendron Rosado
Calle 19 N 459 Alto Entre E Y F, Havana, Cuba
Alahabana Boutique Hotel
Calle 13 No.7818 #78 y 80, Playa, Havana, Cuba
Hotel Bello Caribe
Calle 158 Esq A 31, Havana, Cuba
Casa Adis Y Maibel
Calle K #159 Apt. 7, e/ 11 y 13, Havana, Cuba
Hostal Balcones Muralla
Aguacate Street # 482, Havana, Cuba
Calle 25 #511 Apto 3, Havana, Cuba
Nomad Deluxe Habana Colonial
Consulado 210 Entre Animas Y Trocadero, Havana, Cuba
H10 Habana Panorama
Avenida 3A Y Calle 70 Miramar, Havana, Cuba
Casa la Mulata
Calle 47 1109, Havana, Cuba
Concordia No. 159 Entre Manrique, Havana, Cuba
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