Hotel Saratoga, Havana, Cuba
Havana’s Hotel Saratoga is an elegant, eclectic style building with marked neoclassical features, located on one of the busiest streets in the Cuban capital.
The hotel is located on Paseo del Prado and Dragones Street, a privileged intersection in Old Havana. Explore the irresistible vitality of the city and visit the Nation’s Capitol building and Fraternity Park, the famous Partagás Cigar Factory and Cuba’s most important opera and ballet house: Havana’s Gran Teatro. When the sun is setting stroll down Paseo del Prado to Havana’s seawall, the malecón. The Hotel Saratoga is perfect for guests who wish to combine visits to places of historical-cultural interest and the city’s night life.
Location and Transfers
The Hotel Saratoga is located at a privileged intersection in Old Havana, at the corner of Paseo del Prado and Dragones in front of the famous Partagás Cigar Factory.
The hotel is approximately 30 minutes from José Martí International Airport.
Deluxe Patio Rooms – there are Deluxe Patio rooms on all floors; these overlook the courtyard with its magnificent glass and aluminum skylight, and some rooms look onto the mezzanine. The decoration of the Deluxe Patio rooms features light colour shades with a touch of mahogany, marble and Cuban ceramic tile floors and comfortable, attractive furniture
Junior Suites Saratoga – fabulous views of the National Capitol and Fraternity Park, and those on the vantage point on top floor reward the guests with a panoramic view of the city. The suites with the higher ceilings have a colonial style, with Cuban tile floors and more traditional designs. The rooms with a more modern touch have benches that run along the outer wall and are nicely decorated with comfortable cushions for a rewarding rest
Prado Suites – the spacious Prado Suites have the bedroom on the upper level, with an elegant bed with canopy and ensuite bathroom. The upper level overlooks the sitting area with its dining table and separate bathroom for visitors. These suites have full floor to ceiling windows and a balcony with a superb view of the city. The generous double height of the suite gives a more traditional atmosphere to the room, with the ever present influence of the colonial period visible in the Cuban mahogany furniture, the large full height windows and the subtle touch of the period revealed in the decoration
Anacona Restaurant – enjoy the exquisite Cuban and international cuisine prepared by the chef in the elegant and eclectic Anacaona Restaurant, which gets its name from the legendary all-women orchestra that used to play at the Aires Libres of the hotel. It’s striking decoration features wall tiles with a Moorish design and foldable wooden screens used to highlight softly lit spaces with elegant colonial style chairs. The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner service
Bar Restaurant Mirador Saratoga – from the Terrace Mirador, perched on the top floor of the hotel, visitors have a 270º view of all of Havana, the bay and Caribbean Sea. This Terrace has several sightseeing levels, a rectangular swimming pool, a gym and a Bar Restaurant offering light food, such as pizzas, sandwiches, grilled meat and fish, etc., as well as exquisite International dishes
Anacaona Bar – the anteroom entrance to the Anacaona Restaurant and there you can enjoy a wide selection of Cuban and international cocktails as well as the renowned Cuban cigar
Mezzanine Bar – a cozy retreat with colonial style decoration located in the inner courtyard. The Mezzanine Bar boasts a beautiful mural by Cuban painter Juan Carlos Botello, inserted in wooden frames depicting the exuberant vegetation of the Cuban countryside. Its counter, tables and comfortable chairs make this a magnificent place to meet and have a morning cup of coffee, savour a continental breakfast or a light lunch, an afternoon tea, snack or a drink or two at night
Facilities and Activities