Palacio de Los Condes de Santovenia
Museo el Templete
The tiny neoclassical Doric chapel on the east side of Plaza de Armas was erected in 1828 at the point where Havana's first Mass was...
Statue of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
Museo Nacional de Historia Natural
An average museum that contains examples of Cuba's flora and fauna, and overlooks Plaza de Armas.
Nao Bar Paladar
No 1 in Havana's main drag and not too far behind in its food ranking, Nao opened in March 2012 in a 200-year building near the docks...
Palacio de Los Condes de Santovenia information
Lonely Planet review
Habaguanex’ five-star Hotel Santa Isabel is a historic building in its own right and a former stately palace of the counts of Santovenia. It dates from the 1780s and was converted into a luxurious hotel in 1867, making it one of Habana’s oldest hotels. Habaguanex gave the place a much needed makeover in the 1990s, which was good enough for ex-US president Jimmy Carter, who stayed here during his groundbreaking 2002 visit.