Havana's glory days are celebrated at Paseo 206, an eight-suite luxury boutique hotel located in a restored colonial mansion built in 1934. This elegant property nestles perfectly into its street and is only a short walk away from the famed Malecon seawall promenade.
At Paseo 206, preserved architectural features recall the first days of this charming, elegant space. One room is surrounded by glass walls and plants, making it feel like an indoor garden. Others look out onto Avenida Paseo or the bustling city. The grand room on the rooftop has its own entrance and terrace, a hot tub, and views overlooking the Malecon where locals come to meet and chat as the sun sets.
Suites offer a sea of powder blue walls, patterned tile floors, rich velvet furniture, and crisp white drapery reaching up to the ceiling. Hollywood regency-style furniture has been imported from Paris to remind guests of the era when Havana was the playground for jet-setters like Frank Sinatra and the Hollywood elite. Small details add to the glamour quotient with fresh flowers, tassel key chains, handwritten welcome notes, and bottles of champagne awaiting guests. The spacious en-suite bath is the place to pamper prior to stepping out onto the town.
The halls leading to the suites are flanked by white columns and ironwork in the Belle Epoque style. Intricate white crown moldings enhance the character of this boutique hotel and make guests feel they are in Havana’s golden age.
Cuban and Italian cuisine meet at the Restaurant Eclectico where glittering chandeliers reflect on the mirrored walls, colors are inspired by 1940s Havana, and custom Italian-designed furniture adds a touch of modern to the space. Dine on fresh shrimp with basil pesto, pumpkin truffle ravioli, octopus carpaccio, and a dessert of rum tobacco gelato, all while perched on sea foam tufted seats. The large windows let in ample natural light and overlook the pretty garden with vibrant red chairs and tables under stylish white umbrellas.
Admire the historic architecture as you walk through the streets near Paseo 206, while colorful vintage cars whiz by. Pick out fruit and vegetables at the local market which can be prepared into meals later on at Paseo 206, or follow author Ernest Hemingway’s life in Havana, visiting the home where he wrote his novels and stopping in at the restaurant he frequented for lunch and cocktails.Request Information