The Hotel Santa Isabel is located in a extremely privileged position just facing the charming Plaza de Armas (a cobbled square flanked by colonial-era buildings, museums and restaurants), the colonial structure on three floors is located literally in the heart of 'Old Havana, near the sites of tourist interest in the heart of one of the most fascinating cities in the world. The splendor of the facade invites you to enter the large lobby, where crystal chandeliers, rich sofas and antique furniture back to the time when the palace was owned by the Count of Santovenia, a member of the Cuban nobility of the 19th century. A less formal and more relaxed is located in the shaded patio in Spanish style, where you can enjoy a cocktail or a quiet read in one of the tables surrounding the central fountain. In addition to giving a spectacular view of the square, the terrace is a place of some historical significance: in 1830, the Count of Santovenia arranged to leave a balloon with a basket of flowers, in honor of Princess Isabel María Luisa (hence the hotel name) The Santa Isabel represent the colonial charm of Havana, the terrace overlooking the Plaza, shared rooms facing west, is undoubtedly one of their most interesting features. The hotel suite has received a number of distinguished guests, including former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Jack Nicholson and Sting. Hotel Santa Isabel is the type of structure, high-class, rich in history, colonial charm and an unparalleled location.