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Palacio O´Farrill
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Calle Cuba No. 102-108 esq. a Chacón. La Habana Vieja
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Province: La Habana
Tourist Zone: Havana (Colonial)
Location: City
Chain: Habaguanex
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              Description
              The Palacio O'Farrill Hotel, located in Havana's historic heart, is very close to the attractive Bay of Havana and the impressive La Punta and La Fuerza fortresses. The hotel was named after the family that built the mansion in Old Havana in the early 19th century. Located on the corner of Cuba St. and Chacón St., and 20 kilometers away from José Martí International Airport, the small palace, which belonged to Don José Ricardo O'Farrill y O'Daly, features a neoclassical architectural style. O'Farrill arrived in Havana in the early 18th century and founded one of the richest families in colonial times.
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            • Room facilities
              Cable TVHair dryerMinibarSafety deposit boxTelephone
              Hotel services
              Boutique / ShopCar rentalFax or e-mail servicesInternet accessLaundryParkingRestaurantRoom serviceSnack barTaxisTourism bureau
              Nearby hot spots
              Attractions
              Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
              Museums
              Calle Trocadero e/ Zulueta y Monserrate.
              Memorial a los Estudiantes de Medicina
              Monuments
              Paseo del Prado y Malecón.
              Castillo de la Real Fuerza
              Places of Interest
              Calle O´Reilly No. 2 e/ Ave. del Puerto y Tacón.
              Iglesia del Santo Angel Custodio
              Churches-Places of Cult
              Calle Compostela No. 2 e/ Chacón y Cuarteles.
              Museo Nacional de la Música
              Museums
              Calle Capdevila No. 1 e/ Aguiar y Habana.
              Malecón Tradicional de la Ciudad de la Habana
              Places of Interest
              Ave. Antonio Maceo.
              Museo de la Revolución
              Museums
              Calle Refugio No. 1 e/ Monserrate y Zulueta.
              Plaza de la Catedral
              Places of Interest
              Calle Empedrado y San Ignacio.
              Castillo de San Salvador de La Punta
              Places of Interest
              Ave. del Puerto y Paseo del Prado.
              Restaurants
              Bar Cabaña
              White meat
              Calle Cuba No. 12.
              Catedral de La Habana
              Churches-Places of Cult
              Calle Empedrado No. 158 e/ Mercaderes y San Ignacio.
              El Patio
              International cuisine
              Calle San Ignacio No. 54, Plaza de la Catedral.
              Seminario de San Carlos y San Ambrosio
              Places of Interest
              Calle San Ignacio No. 5 e/ Empedrado y Tacón.
              La Bodeguita del Medio
              Cuban cuisine
              Calle Empedrado No. 206 e/ San Ignacio y Cuba.

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