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Armadores de Santander
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Calle Luz No. 4 esq. a San Pedro. La Habana Vieja
Façade of Armadores de Santander Hotel
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Province: La Habana
Tourist Zone: Havana (Colonial)
Location: City
Chain: Habaguanex
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              Description
              At a corner on Havana's Avenida del Puerto stands the majestic Armadores de Santander Hotel, which architectural style and decoration resemble the buildings from that beautiful maritime province in Spain. Santander’s coat of arm decorates the façade of the edifice. Big lanterns, like those used in ancient vessels, hang from the ceiling in the spacious porch. The hotel consists of three buildings (painted in different colors). Two of them are numbered 356 and 358 on San Pedro St., and a third one is numbered 2 and 4 on Luz St. The latter is the main building of the hotel. The first edifice is eclectic, and the second one is neoclassic, with a Roman façade and Corinthian columns. Both were built in the 19th century. The initials J.C. are printed on the main door, after the constructor and proprietor of the building, José Cabrero Mier. The hotel's name comes from the fact that many "armadores" (shipowners) from Santander, including the Count of La Mortera, who owned a fleet of ships that transported goods and troops between that Spanish city and Cuba, had their offices in the building. Havana's "José Martí" International Airport, 12.4 miles.
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            • Room facilities
              Air conditioningBathroomCable TVHair dryerMinibarSafety deposit boxTelephone
              Hotel services
              Baby sitterBarCar rentalFax or e-mail servicesGame arcadeLaundryRestaurantRoom serviceTaxisTourism bureau
              Nearby hot spots
              Attractions
              Museo Histórico de las Ciencias "Carlos J. Finlay"
              Museums
              Calle Cuba No. 460 e/ Amargura y Teniente Rey.
              Paseo Alameda de Paula
              Places of Interest
              Alameda de Paula.
              Casa de Africa
              Museums
              Calle Obrapía No. 157 e/ Mercaderes y San Ignacio.
              Casa de la Poesía
              Institutions
              Calle Muralla e/ Oficios e Inquisidor.
              Casa de la Obra Pía
              Museums
              Calle Obrapía No. 158 esq. a Mercaderes.
              Aduana de La Habana
              Places of Interest
              Calle San Pedro.
              Convento e Iglesia de Santa Clara de Asís
              Places of Interest
              Calle Cuba No. 602 e/ Luz y Sol.
              Fuente de los Leones
              Places of Interest
              Plaza de San Francisco de Asís.
              Casa de Carmen Montilla
              Art Galleries
              Calle Oficios e/ Amargura y Teniente Rey.
              Plaza Vieja
              Parks
              Calles San Ignacio, Teniente Rey, Mercaderes y Muralla.
              Casa del Conde de San Juan de Jaruco
              Places of Interest
              Calle Muralla esq. a San Ignacio.
              Plaza de San Francisco
              Parks
              Calles Oficios, Amargura y San Pedro.
              Iglesia de San Francisco de Paula
              Places of Interest
              Calle Paula No. 9 esq. a San Ignacio.
              Terminal de Cruceros
              Places of Interest
              Ave. San Pedro.
              Museo Armería "9 de Abril"
              Museums
              Calle Mercaderes No. 157 e/ Lamparilla y Obrapía.
              Restaurants
              Café del Oriente
              International cuisine
              Calle Oficios esq. a Amargura.
              Museo del Ron
              Museums
              Calle San Pedro No. 262 e/ Sol y Muralla.
              El Mercurio
              Diet-Vegetarian Cuisine
              Lonja del Comercio, Plaza de San Francisco de Asís.
              Casa Alejandro de Humboldt
              Museums
              Calle Oficios No. 254 esq. a Muralla.
              Café Taberna "Benny Moré"
              International cuisine
              Calle Mercaderes esq. a Teniente Rey.
              Acuario del Centro Histórico
              Places of Interest
              Calle Teniente Rey No. 9 e/ Oficios y Mercaderes.
              El Mesón de la Flota
              Spanish cuisine
              Calle Mercaderes No. 257 e/ Teniente Rey y Amargura.
              Basílica Menor de San Francisco de Asís
              Places of Interest
              Calle Oficios e/ Amargura y Churruca.
              La Marina
              International cuisine
              Calle Teniente Rey esq. a Oficios.
              Museo de Arte Religioso
              Museums
              Calle Oficios e/ Amargura y Churruca.
              Santo Angel
              International cuisine
              Calle Teniente Rey esq. a San Ignacio.

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