Much is made of Ernest Hemingway’s
predilection for staying at the Hotel Ambos Mundos. He wrote the first few
chapters of ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ in room 511, which is now maintained
as something of a shrine.
The rooms are comfortable and this also applies to the ground floor bar
area, with its cozy, squishy modern sofas.
The hotel's reception area
is mostly a bar overlooking Calle
Obispo. The restaurant and bar on the top overlook much of Havana and faces
right toward the Morro Castle. There is a lot of history at the Hotel Ambos
Clients can derive a warm philanthropic glow from the fact that since the
hotel is run by the Office of the City Historian of Havana through its
company called Habaguanex. All its profits are reinvested in the
restoration of the city’s historical centre.
Hotel was recently
In The City Centre
Old Restored Building
Safe Security Box
Shops Max 2min Walk
Snacks and drinks 24
hours a day