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Hostal El Comendador Ciudad de La Habana
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Hostal El Comendador
Hostal El Comendador
Adjacent to the Sotolongo family house (now the Hostal Valencia) is the former home of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Pedroso, Prefect of the Carlos III Order. An interior hall links the two 18th century residences, done mainly in breathtaking hues of blues and greens. If walls could talk, they would tell many stories from the days when the lower floor served as an inn, a canteen, a cigarette shop and a little later as offices with living quarters above. La Casa del Comendador’s rooms are beautifully decorated in customary colonial style with an antique, solemn air. The picturesque earthenware vessels, hammered wood doors, furniture and stone floors make for a memorable experience. Abstaining from sensationalism, but being fair to the place’s historical secrets, a team of archeologists have unraveled some curious data after realizing excavations in one of its areas. The findings are in the tiny Hall of Archeology and surely will inspire visitors to snoop around the Pedroso family’s life.
Description
Rooms
Standard Room
Standard Room
La Casa del Comendador has 14 colonial rooms (suites, singles and doubles), seven with high ceilings and seven lower. Generally all rooms have the following:
  • Air conditioning
  • Antique bathtub
  • Shower
  • Antique washbasins
  • Satellite TV
  • Room safes
  • Desks in suites
  • Minibar
  • Antique style telephone
  • Large colonial beds
Restaurant
  • Mesón Honda: A magnificent reproduction of a Spanish in serving delicious tapas made from sausage, peppers and other tidbits. They go perfectly with a cold beer in a mug or glass of wine from a good year
Restaurant-Bar
Restaurant-Bar
Other Areas and Services
Historic Site
Historic Site
  • Rest area: A perfect nook for reading, conversation or important work that requires peace and quiet
  • Archeology Hall: In this air conditioned space are conserved remains from a dig in 1997 and 1998 by a team of researchers from the Archeology department of the Havana City Historian’s Office.
Considerations
  • The hotel only accepts cash and Visa and Mastercard emitted by non-U.S. banks.
Nearby Points of Interest
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Mesón del Fraile
  • Hotel Santa Isabel
  • Plaza de la Catedral
  • Wilfredo Lam Art Center
  • San Francisco de Asís Basilica
  • Zaida del Río Study Gallery
  • Automobile Museum
  • Al Medina Restaurant
  • Private Galleries
  • El Templete
  • Carlos J. Finlay Museum of Science
  • Casa del Habano
  • Casa Guayasamín
  • Archeology Office
  • La Mina Restaurant
  • Hostal del Conde de Villanueva
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