Live the holiday of your dreams as you discover the ageless charm of Cuba's historic capital. Havana is known for its rich heritage and is laden with landmarks that point to various events and chapters in the country's engaging history.
Ambos Mundos is a hotel that shares in this locale's glorious past. It was constructed in the 1920s and bears the reputation of having been the home to one of the world's literary giants, Ernest Hemingway. The renowned American author worked on the first chapters of For Whom The Bell Tolls in room 511 of this prestigious resort. Evidence of this is seen in the writer's belongings, some of which have been preserved in his room. History aside, you will be glad you chose Ambos Mundos Hotel as you savour a variety of exotic dishes from a rooftop terrace that commands amazing views over the city's skyline.
- Departs: london
- Arrives: havana, Cuba
- Departs: havana, Cuba
- Arrives: london
Ambos Mundos Hotel
- Bed and Breakfast
- Famous hotel room 511, in Old Havana
- Lovely colonial building with wonderful Rooftop terrace
- Experience life in the lobby bar
Ambos Mundos Hotel was built in the late 1920's and its room 511 is famous as where Ernest Hemingway stayed when he wrote the first chapters of For Whom The Bell Tolls. This room has become a little shrine with some of Hemingway's belongings and the hotel's Plaza de Armas Restaurant serves some of his favourite dishes. The hotel has an intimate atmosphere and guests can enjoy great views of the Plaza de Armas and surroundings from the roof terrace bar. Ambos Mundos is located close to the most beautiful parts of Old Havana and is a great base for exploring this amazing city.
The hotel was right in the heart of old Havana... perfect location to explore this truly unique city with its lively music and history. I loved the rooftop restaurant where we ate breakfast every morning....the Mojhitos were pretty spectacular too.
Richard Barry reviewing Ambos Mundos Hotel (08-Feb-2017)
£839 per person
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