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The cutting-edge and magnificent Gran Muthu Habana Hotel is situated in a prestigious and lovely residential area of the city, not far from Havana's renowned Fifth Avenue and the Miramar Trade Centre. It offers stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and convenient access to the city's most important historical and cultural landmarks. The National Aquarium of Cuba is right next to the hotel. The hotel is strategically located and blends in with nearby hotels, churches, markets, reference business centres, and other significant locations.
The 27-story building hotel offers two restaurants, two bars, a gym, a spa, a beauty salon, a children's pool, a pool for adults, rooms for events, rooms for persons with disabilities and a large terrace with a stunning view of the sea. Modern conveniences are available in every room to ensure that your stay is enjoyable and comfortable.
A great way to experience the atmosphere of this beautiful city is to stroll along the Malecón (El Malecon) at sunset. The renowned coastal avenue in Havana stretches for nearly seven km, from Habana Vieja (Old Havana) to the Vedado and Plaza neighbourhood. A vibrant array of 20th-century architectural styles, from Neo-Moroccan to Art Deco, are perched above the boulevard.
This famous area is located in the centre of Old Havana and is surrounded by vibrant structures that represent a range of architectural styles. This historic square, which dates to 1559, has something to appeal to everyone, whether they enjoy classic, Baroque, or Art Nouveau.
Playas del Este
Playas del Este is a vast, palm-lined beach that stretches for miles and is just a short drive from the Havana city centre. If you can't make it to the more isolated beach resorts in other sections of Cuba, this is a fantastic substitute.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
The National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, which is housed in two buildings, is a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts. From the Egyptian to Roman eras, a collection of more than 600 pieces of ancient art along with Cuban Art from the 17th century to the present day are on display here.
Fusterlandia, a little village on the outskirts of Havana, is a collection of three-dimensional neighbourhoods. A resident painter and sculptor José Fuster represented his life and art creating this multicoloured show of mosaics, sculptures and paintings.
Fans of Hemingway should travel to Cojimar, a little fishing village. It is just a 20-minute drive east of Havana. Hemingway made frequent trips to Cojimar during the 1950s, and he used the town as the backdrop for his novel ‘The Old Man and the Sea’.