Rooms at Hotel Inglaterra, Old Havana
Hotel Inglaterra has 83 rooms. These one are located in a single building, they are distributed in three floors with access from 2 elevators.
Rooms at the Hotel Inglaterra are cosy than sleek, but given the age of the building it would be rude to expect a dazzling sophistication. The rooms come in all shapes and sizes and those facing the street are more spacious than those facing into the building’s courtyards.
Standard Room with colonial style furniture
There are 3 superior, 4 simple standard, 42 twin double, 24 double and 10 triples. 45 of them have balcony, offering a beautiful view of Colonial Havana.
Rooms in Hotel Inglaterra have a different kind of designs as for space, all furnished to the colonial style. Interiors are rather chintzy, with rose-strewn frills and flounces on curtains and bedspreads. The chandeliers are antique and the old built-in cupboards are endearing.
The modern furniture is slightly bashed about but the colonial rocking chairs found in some rooms are attractive. The original tiled floors are very pretty.
These rooms don't have double glasses, characteristic non convenient for some tourists, since this offers the possibility of interact directly with the environmental noise and the volubility of some Cubans.