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Obispo St. 153 and Mercaderes St
Hotel Ambos Mundos stands majestically on the corner of Obispo and Mercaderes streets in Old Havana. You can't miss it's pink facade shimmering in the sunlight.
Ambos Mundos Hotel stands on the corner of Obispo and Mercaderes streets in Old Havana. It was built in 1923 and later reformed and enlarged in 1924 and 1930.
This beautiful hotel used to be one of the American writer Ernest Hemmingway's favorites. He even lived in one of the rooms at the beginning of the 1930's when he wrote 'Fishing Chronicles' and 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'.
Hemingway's room is today a museum on the writer's life. Very conveniently located in the core of Old Havana with an atmosphere of elegance and privacy, this hotel is an ideal departure point for touring the old part of the city.
There is a wonderful roof restaurant and bar where you have an excellent view of the old city colonial houses. With old styled rooms and elevator, and beautiful marble in the lobby. This hotel takes you back in time to the beginning of 20th Century and beyond.
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A spacious and tastefully decorated lobby opens to Obispo and Mercaderes, main arteries of the sightseeing circuit often crowded with tourists. The lobby, decorated with an attractive and modern-looking corner fountain, housing art exhibits and featuring a piano bar where jazz and other musicians occasionally perform, is often crowded with visitors and is a lively stopover in its own right. The old, 1930s elevator, though said to demand some patience, is a charming detail.
The Del Monte meeting room, with capacity for as many as 100 people, can accommodate conferences, business gatherings and weddings.
Not all of the Ambos Mundos' rooms have views, but those that do overlook the cobbled and picturesque expanse of Obispo and Mercaderes, which benefit from their proximity to the Plaza de Armas: costumed performers, including Mulatta florists in colonial attire, old fortune tellers, a squad of soldiers in period English uniforms and a carnivalesque troupe of actors on stilts, are sure to enliven your stay at the hotel.
Though close to the action, the Ambos Mundos is not lacking in the quietude and intimacy one will probably seek after a day around town.
Corner of Obispo and Mercaderes streets in Old Havana, Cuba.
Train central Station is 8/10 minutes by taxi. Twenty to Bus central,
13 miles to East Havana beaches. Same distance to Havana’s International Airport.
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