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Melia Habana, Havana - Address

Address: Ave. 3ra. e/ 76 y 80 - Miramar, Playa, La Habana ., Cuba

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Overview of Melia Habana

Melia Habana is a place in Havana in the country of Cuba. Missed by most of the visitors, Melia Habana is unique in its own way.

Important attractions of the city include Habana Vieja Old Havana, Plaza De La Revolucion, Plaza De La Catedral, El Morro Or Morro Castle and Plaza De Armas. You can also discover other things to do in Havana on TripHobo.

Melia Habana is generally not available on the guided Havana tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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To personalise your visit to the city, you can use an all-inclusive Havana trip planner for the same that will give detailed information about visiting the city.

Hotels like Hotel El Bosque, Melia Habana and Melia Cohiba will solve your problem of where to stay in Havana.

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Getting around Melia Habana, Havana

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 5 minutes, covering a distance of 5.02 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 4.

Walk

Walking is recommended. The distance is around 4.88 Kilometre and it will take around 59 minutes.

Taxi

Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 1.81 Kilometre, costing around USD 2. The duration of the trip is 2 minutes.

Walk

On foot. The distance is 1.16 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 14 minutes.

Taxi

It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly USD 4, taking around 6 minutes. The distance between the two points is 5.8 Kilometre.

Walk

By walking for 66 minutes for a distance of 5.53 Kilometre.

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  • Awesome experience. Staff was friendly and very welcoming. Even sends gifts to your room! The chambermaids even offered to iron our clothes. I definitely recommend!

  • I must say this was experienced that was not planned the plane had got broke so we end up had no choice to stay here.. since I travel for a living in Benton many countries I know what not to expect and what is to expect it but to my surprise this hotel was a lot better off than what I was disappearing it had WiFi just not fast great food buffet very good tasteful and authentic... rooms for well kept comfortable bed they can be a lot of other things I can complain about but the basics were there hot water never ran out so I'm not going to downplay this hotel like others... hotel is about 45 minutes away to an hour from the airport so be prepared for the ride the beach it's not really on the beach you have to walk a little bit as a lots of rocks but it's great scenery is a hotel maintain it could be better but they do what they can

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  • Bedding often smells sour. Like other people's sweat. Pillow aren't washed. Bed is extremely hard. Other than that it's all good. Awesome breakfast buffet

  • Friendly staff, reasonable price, good breakfast, nice pool and a view out to sea

  • The hotel is nice but owners needs to be on top of it as it was obvious some areas needed maintenance (e.g. balcony doors, elevators). I recommend a room with view to the ocean...priceless. You won't only have a view to one of the most beautiful things on this planet but also sun rises and sun sets. So don't oversleep, go vertical early in the morning and make use of most of the day. Excellent staff, very polite and attentive. Housekeeping staff did a great job. My advice, leave them a tip and/or a small present every day and your room will be spotless with a scent of love. During our visit we were approached couple of times to complete satisfaction surveys. Good sign they're eager to improve. Furthermore, we voiced a problem we had with the balcony door and when we were back in the room later that day it was dealt with. The food is fine. Don't expect hotels in Cuba to have top notch number one Chef in the world kind of food selection. It annoys the heck out of me when people complain about the food in Cuba. Did you travel thousands of miles to eat a nice meal? No right? You went there to know the country, the people and sit on the awesome beach with the drink of you choice that cost you less than half of what you normally pay back home. Do get the breakfast because well is convenient and nothing is opened that early. Ask the hotel staff for places to eat out. I'm sure they know of nice "Paladares" (private places you can go and eat) and taste real Cuban local food. Close by you have "El Palenque" which is a nice Government owned place for eating out. Anyways, don't focus on the food, enjoy the people, the scenery, the beaches. Leave your perception of great food to the restaurant you go to back home.

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