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About  Tryp Habana Libre

Located in the heart of Havana, in the famous area of La Rampa and near the famous Coppelia ice cream parlour and Havana University, the mythical ceramic façade gives this hotel its casual yet elegant atmosphere.

Located in the centre of Havana, right at the beginning of La Rampa

Original decor with works of art by well-known Cuban artists  

Superb panoramic views of the city, the sea, the sunsets and the sunrises over El Malecón

Specialist restaurants, amongst the best in the city

Nightclub with a retractable roof, inviting you to enjoy a wonderful Cuban night under the stars

Unique hotel that was a Seat of Government and climbed by Alain Robert, the so called “Superman”

Considered the most “superlative” hotel: the tallest, the best located, the most rooms, the biggest rooms, the most meeting rooms and biggest meeting rooms, the most cosmopolitan and the most centrally located Meliá Cuba hotel in Havana.

Combining art with a convention style and leisure ambience, while offering great value for money. An architecturally important building with 25 floors in 1950s style, the iconic Tryp Habana Libre is an reference point in the city for events and meetings, distinguished by its central location, decoration including works of art by well-known Cuban artists, and panoramic views of the city and the sea thanks to a location 137 metres above sea level.

This four star city hotel is located in the centre of Havana, in the popular area of La Rampa in Vedado, and near cinemas, theatres, the famous Coppelia ice cream parlour, Havana University, shopping malls and other tourist attractions. Its façade is covered by a large ceramic mural by the renowned Cuban artist Amelia Peláez and its urban interior gives it a casually elegant atmosphere.

General

  • Outdoor pool
  • Nightclub
  • Concierge desk
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Currency exchange
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Dry cleaning
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Business center
  • Banquet facilities
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Shopping mall
  • Car rental desk
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Elevators
  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)
  • Room service

Weddings and honeymoons

  • Weddings and Honeymoons coordinator, special added values and attentions upon arrival to the room, welcome letter, personalized check-in, etc.
Calle Paseo, Plaza de la Revolucion

Jose Marti Revolution Square

The Revolution Square has been the scene of the largest demonstrations of the Cuban people and a permanent site for defending revolutionary principles, sovereignty and independence. In this historic Square, there is the José Martí Memorial, an enormous marble sculpture of the National Hero of the Republic of Cuba and a star-shaped obelisk at the base of which are four exhibition halls and a function hall. At the top of the memorial is the city's highest viewing point. In the other site of the square, two building facade bears a representation of the face of other two national heros: Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos.

Zapata y 12, Vedado

Colon Cemetery

This cemetery holds the largest concentration of statues in the country and its finest funerary monuments representing different styles of architecture. Its structure is rectangular shaped Roman camp and comprises a grid of street blocks and lots. The entrance features a sculptural monument, Carrara marble, 34 meters long and 21.66 meters high, it is one of the most outstanding Cuban works of the 19th century. Classified as a National Monument, the cemetery is therefore seen as an outdoor museum. The cemetery is the only American cemetery dedicated to Christopher Columbus, the great navigator who discovered the island and other major destinations in the Americas.

Avenida de los Presidentes, Vedado, La Habana

Avenida de los Presidentes

The Avenida de los Presidentes de la Habana Avenue is located in the quarter of Vedado, Havana, surrounded by statues of important Latin American presidents, in the way of Las Ramblas of Barcelona. Among these statues are those of Salvador Allende, Simón Bolívar, and Benito Juárez. This wonderful avenue is known by Cubans as Calle G. To the north of Calle G is the Monument to Calixto García, a sculpture in honor of the brave Cuban general who US military leaders prevented from attending the Spanish surrender in 1898, in Santiago de Cuba. The statue represents the general riding a horse, and is surrounded by 24 bronze sheets telling the story of Calixto’s fight for the Independence of Cuba. At the south is the great monument to José Miguel Gómez, the second president of Cuba. Another one was dedicated to Tomás Estrada Palma, the first president of Cuba, who was considered a puppet of the US, however the only trace left of this statue is a couple of shoes on a pedestal. This place is quite lively during the evenings, when youngsters visit it looking to enjoy themselves with its guitars and drums. This atmosphere is especially present on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Calle 17, e / Calle D y Calle E, Vedado, La Habana

National Museum of Decorative Arts

The Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas (National Museum of Decorative Arts) is housed within a rather interesting building in the district of Vedado, Havana. If you are on your way through Vedado and have free time, it’s worth visiting this museum, or at least to see the building itself. The construction was designed by French architects Virad and Dastugue, surrounded by beautiful gardens with sculptures. The Museum exhibits in its spacious rooms valuable works of European and Oriental art dating back to the 18th to 20th centuries. Among the items stored within the museums and the ones on display in its exhibition rooms, this museum has more than 33,000 works of high artistic and historic value from the reigns of Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napoleón II, as well as some oriental pieces dating from the 16th to the 21st centuries. It also has a Hall of Oriental Lacquers, with Chinese parabanes from the 17th to the 21st century; and a dining room in the Regency style and with Italian marble. You will find very carefully preserved furniture, ceramics, porcelains, paintings, and sculptures as well as works of applied arts. This museum offers several services with guided tours and specialized tours, and also features a library with cultural activities.

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