Lonely Planet review
It was José Martí's one-time Havana hotel of choice and it's still playing on the fact – which says something about the current state of affairs. Despite a recent renovation, the Inglaterra remains a better place to hang out in than stay in, with its exquisite Moorish lobby and crusty colonial interior easily outshining the lackluster and often viewless rooms.
The rooftop bar is a popular watering hole, and the downstairs foyer is a hive of bustling activity where there's always live music blaring. Beware the streets outside, which are full of overzealous hustlers waiting to pounce.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Air conditioning