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Most holidaymakers to Cuba stay in Havana or at an all-inclusive beachside resort, or both. Read on to find the best places to stay and how to bag a bargain.
The biggest conglomeration of hotels in the capital are found within Old Havana (‘Habana Vieja’).
One of Havana’s two grandest hotels, the handsome Nacional, is on the waterfront, while the other, the Iberostar Parque Central, sits right in the heart of the city – both scream old-world comfort and style. Expect to pay anything from £300 a night, although you can find deals for less than half this price outside the peak season.
Unconventional wisdom suggests the cheapest (and some say the best) option is to choose a casa particular (bed & breakfast) – legal casas particulares are marked with a blue capital “H”. In recent years, a new generation of these properties has sprung up, with some truly beautiful and slick options – Chez Nous, occupying a colonial-style residence in Old Havana is just one example.
From nabbing the best views to sweet talking your way into an upgrade, improve your chances of getting the best hotel room – without paying through the nose – with these expert tips.Read moreabout Ask the experts: How to bag the best hotel rooms
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