Hotel Marques de San Felipe, Luxury Hotels Old Havana
Hotel Marqués de San Felipe y Santiago de Bejucal is a building that at the end of XVIII century belonged to Don Sebastián de Peñalver. At the beginning of the XIX century, the property changed hands to the successors of the IV the Marquees of San Felipe and Santiago. The minimalistic interior blends perfectly with the baroque style of its façade. The Hotel Marqués de San Felipe y Santiago de Bejucal is the first on San Francisco de Assis Square.
The hotel benefits from a privileged location, nearby the Convent of San Francisco de Asís, home to one of Havana’s best concert halls, dedicated to the chamber and choral music. In the vicinity, you find the Carmen Montilla gallery, the elegant Café del Oriente, the business center of Old Havana (Lonja del Comercio), the popular Museum of Chocolate and the Cuban Contemporary Ceramics Museum.
From the rooftop terrace on the sixth floor of the hotel, visitors can use a telescope to take in the splendor of old Havana. San Francisco de Assis square, with its many pigeons and charming Lions Fountain, carved out of marble from Carrara by the Italian artist Giuseppe Gaggini, also treasures the statue of El Caballero de Paris, one of Havana’s most cherished personages. Open the attachment to see some pics.