The city meets sea at Melia Cohiba, a hotel found right in the center of the buzz of Havana.
The Melia Cohiba is in the Miramar district on Havana’s coast. Just steps away from the hotel is the bustling Malecon sea wall. A stay at this property is a good starting point for an exploration of this historic city.
Sleek and modern rooms offer views of the water or the city. Pastel colors give echo the colors of Havana’s historic quarter, while large windows offer plenty of natural light. Cuban marble in the en-suite baths feels stylish and chic.
Dining options abound with flavors from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean available. Local musicians come to liven up the scene in the Gran Anejo, named after a Cuban rum. The restaurant is a burst of color with red seating and Venetian mirrors, while La Piazza pays homage to baseball with black and white photographs lined up along a white subway tile wall. Feel the outdoors come inside as you eat breakfast at the Plaza Habana, a space that evokes a grand colonial patio with lush plants and a fountain.
After a dip in the pool, enjoy light nibbles and drinks from Aqua’s Bar as you lounge in the shade of a white cabana. Palm trees and little gazebos dot the grounds at Melia Cohiba to complete the tropical setting.
Dance and spin to the sounds of the live music at the Habana Cafe nightclub, which is fashioned after the classic 1950s Havana style. Motorbikes, vintage cars, and a faux plane add eye candy to the space. Smoke a cigar at Relicario, where a sommelier can help you choose the best brand and pair it with a mojito made with local rum.
Havana is a charming city full of character, and its friendly people invite you to learn more about their traditions and vibrant culture. In the evening, as the sun sets, take a stroll along the Malecon where locals chit chat and catch up with friends as vintage cars in all hues of the rainbow zip by.Request Information